Publikationen

  • Kofol, C., Kriechel, B., Nguyen, T., & Vetter, T. (2022). Skills mismatch measurement in ETF partner countries: cross-country report. [-PDF-])(https://www.etf.europa.eu/sites/default/files/2022-08/Skills%20Mismatch%20Measurement_final%20report_EN.pdf}.
  • Bock-Famulla, K., Girndt, A., Vetter, T., & Kriechel, B. (2022). Fachkräfte-Radar für KiTa und Grundschule 2022, Bertelsmann Stiftung.
  • Kofol, C., Kriechel, B., & Vetter, T. (2021). Does literacy benefit internally displaced and returnee women and child-ren?. Education Economics, 1-16.
  • Kofol, Chiara; Kriechel, Ben; Düll, Nicola; Vetter, Tim (2020): Technological Change Induced by the Digital Transformation in Economic Sectors and Changing Demand for Skills, ILO Final Report, Economics & Data Research & Consulting, München
  • Kriechel, Ben; Vetter, Tim (2019): Skills mismatch measurement in ETF partner countries, European Training Foundation, Turin.
  • Cedefop 2018. Skills forecast: trends and challenges to 2030 (No. 108), Cedefop reference series. Publications Office, Luxembourg.
  • Kriechel, Ben; Vetter, Tim (2017): Skill needs anticipation: systems and approaches – Analysis of stakeholder surveys on skill needs assessment and anticipation, ILO, Geneva.
  • Anika Jansen, Andries de Grip, Ben Kriechel (forthcoming): The Effect of Choice Options in Training Curricula on the Supply of and Demand for Apprenticeships, Education Economics.
  • Frederiksen, Anders; Lange, Fabian; Kriechel, Ben (2017): “Subjective Performance Evaluations and Employee Careers”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2016.12.016
  • Bakule, M.; Czesaná, V.; Havlícková, V.; Rasovec, T.; Kriechel, B.; Wilson, R.(2016): Developing Skills Foresights, Scenarios and Forecasts, Guide to Anticipation and Matching Skills and Jobs, Volume 2, European Training Fund / Cedefop / ILO, Luxemburg, ISBN: 978-92-9157-655-514/10/2016.
  • Vogler-Ludwig, K., Düll, N., Kriechel, B., & Vetter, T. Arbeitsmarkt 2030 Wirtschaft und Arbeitsmarkt im digitalen Zeitalter, W. Bertelsmann Verlag.
  • Brenzel, Hanna; Czepek, Judith; Kiesl, Hans; Kriechel, Ben; Kubis, Alexander; Moczall, Andreas; Rebien, Martina; Röttger, Christof; Szameitat, Jörg; Warning, Anja; Weber, Enzo (2016): Revision der IAB-Stellenerhebung * Hintergründe, Methode und Ergebnisse. (IAB-Forschungsbericht, 04/2016), Nürnberg,
  • Anika Jansen, Andries de Grip, Ben Kriechel (2016): The Effect of Choice Options in Training Curricula on the Supply of and Demand for Apprenticeships, IZA DP No. 9697, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn.
  • Kriechel, B. (2015): The development of an Ukrainian forecasting model – Evaluation and future development, Technical Report, Economics & Data.
  • Raitano, Micheal; Matteo Luppi, Riccardo Conti, Diego Teloni, Nicholas Sofroniou, Ben Kriechel (2015): Secondary effects following a change of regulations on the exportation of family benefits; Report to the EU Commission.
  • Raitano, Micheal; Matteo Luppi, Riccardo Conti, Diego Teloni, Nicholas Sofroniou, Ben Kriechel (2015): Secondary effects following a change of regulations on the aggregation of periods or salaries for unemployment benefits; Report to the EU Commission.
  • Kriechel, B. (2015): Eine Prognose des externen Arbeitsmarktes für MTU Aero Engines AG München auf Basis der Arbeitsmarktprognose 2030, Report, Economics & Data.
  • Vogler-Ludwig, K.; Düll, N.; Kriechel, B. (2015): Arbeitsmarkt 2030 – Die Bedeutung der Zuwanderung für Beschäftigung und Wachstum – Hauptbericht 2014, W. Bertelsmann Verlag.
  • Fouarge, D; Kriechel, B; Dohmen, T (2014): Occupational sorting of school leavers: The role of economic preferences Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, Volume 106, October, Pages 335–351
  • Skriabikova, O.; Dohmen, T ; Kriechel, B. (2014): “New evidence on the relationship between risk attitudes and self-employment” Labour Economics, DOI:10.1016/j.labeco.2014.04.003
  • Kriechel, B.; Mühlemann, S.; Pfeifer, H.; Schütte, M. (2014): “Works councils, collective bargaining and apprenticeship training” Industrial Relations, 53(2), 199-222.