SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research

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SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research

Beginning in 2007, we launched our new discussion paper series SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research. This series publishes papers based on SOEP data either directly or as part of an international comparative dataset (for example CNEF, ECHP, LIS, LWS, CHER/PACO). In line with SOEP's multidisciplinary design, we welcome research from all scholarly disciplines within the social sciences: Sociology, psychology and behavioral genetics, survey methodology, economics, econometrics and advanced statistics, demography, educational science, political science, public health, geography, and sport science.

SOEPpapers are only published online and can be downloaded for free through this website, SSRN, RePEc and EconStor.

available through:
DIW Berlin
SSRN (Social Science Research Network),
RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) oder
EconStor (Publikationsserver der ZBW).

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Contributions

SOEPpapers are published on a non-exclusive basis, so there is nothing to prevent an author from publishing elsewhere as well.

All SOEP users are invited to use SOEPpapers as a platform for their SOEP-based research. The series is designed to open up ongoing research work to an international audience for discussion and debate.

Please notice our hints for authors.  

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Editors

Jan Goebel (Spatial Economics)
Martin Kroh (Political Science, Survey Methodology)
Carsten Schröder (Public Economics)
Jürgen Schupp (Sociology)

  • Conchita D'Ambrosio (Public Economics, DIW Research Fellow)
  • Denis Gerstorf (Psychology, DIW Research Director)
  • Elke Holst (Gender Studies, DIW Research Director)
  • Frauke Kreuter (Survey Methodology, DIW Research Fellow)
  • Frieder R. Lang (Psychology, DIW Research Fellow)
  • Jörg-Peter Schräpler (Survey Methodology, DIW Research Fellow)
  • Thomas Siedler (Empirical Economics, DIW Research Fellow)
  • C. Katharina Spieß (Education and Family Economics)
  • Gert G. Wagner (Social Sciences)

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