Carina Steckenleiter

Carina Steckenleiter

Carina Steckenleiter

PhD
Postdoc
SEW-HSG
Büro 06-U102
Varnbüelstrasse 14
9000 St. Gallen
Fields of research
  • Labor Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Sports Economics
  • Education Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
Projects

Peer-reviewed publications
Pawlowski, T., Steckenleiter, C., Wallrafen, T., & Lechner, M. (2021). Individual labor market effects of local public expenditures on sports. Labour Economics, 70, 101996.

Kesternich, I., Siflinger, B., Smith, J. P., & Steckenleiter, C. (2020). Unbalanced sex ratios in Germany caused by World War II and their effect on fertility: A life cycle perspective. European Economic Review, 130, 103581.

Grant, I., Kesternich, I., Steckenleiter, C., & Winter, J. (2018). Historic sex-ratio imbalances predict female participation in the market for politicians. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 156, 144-165. 
 

Book Chapters

Steckenleiter, C. (2021). Wie viel Training brauchen Arbeitslose?. In: C. Keuschnigg, M. Kogler (Eds.) Die Wirtschaft im Wandel. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden.

Steckenleiter, C., & Lechner, M. (2019). Recent evidence on the effects of physical activity on human capital and employment. In: P. Downward, B. Frick, B. R. Humphreys, T. Pawlowski, J. E. Ruseski, B. P. Soebbing (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Sports Economics (pp. 64-71). SAGE Publications Ltd.

Steckenleiter, C. (2018). Wie der Männermangel nach dem 2. Weltkrieg uneheliche Geburten beeinflusste. In: C. Keuschnigg (Eds.) Inklusives Wachstum und wirtschaftliche Sicherheit. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden.


Working papers
Steckenleiter, C., Lechner, M., Pawlowski, T., & Schüttoff, U. (2019). Do local public expenditures on sports facilities affect sports participation in Germany? (No. 1905). University of St. Gallen, School of Economics and Political Science.


Work in progress
Steckenleiter, C. Effects of vocational training for women in a society with traditional role models – Evidence from West Germany.

Voluntary school sports in the Canton of St.Gallen (with Michael Lechner).