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  • DIW Wochenbericht 11 / 2005

    Die Sorgen der Bevölkerung über die Folgen der EU-Erweiterung

    Die Europäische Union (EU) befindet sich zurzeit in ihrer bisher größten Erweiterungsphase. Nachdem im Jahre 2004 bereits zehn vor allem mittel- und osteuropäische Länder der EU beigetreten sind, werden Bulgarien und Rumänien voraussichtlich 2007 folgen. Der Abschluss der Beitrittsverhandlungen mit beiden Ländern und die geplante Unterzeichnung der Beitrittsverträge am 25. April dieses Jahres werden ...

    2005| Martin Kroh
  • DIW Weekly Report 5/6 / 2021

    LGBTQI* People in Germany Face Staggering Health Disparities

    Discrimination and rejection experienced by LGBTQI* people affect their mental health and, in the long term, their physical health as well. Survey data from the Socio-Economic Panel and Bielefeld University show that LGBTQI* people in Germany are affected by negative mental health outcomes three to four times more often than the rest of the population. Poor physical health that may be stress-related, ...

    2021| David Kasprowski, Mirjam Fischer, Xiao Chen, Lisa de Vries, Martin Kroh, Simon Kühne, David Richter, Zaza Zindel
  • DIW Weekly Report 49 / 2020

    Mentoring Programs Support the Integration of Refugees

    Over a million people sought asylum in Germany between 2014 and 2016. During this time, many Germans began volunteering in various ways to help refugees and mentorship pro- grams in particular gained significance. As this report shows, participating in a mentorship program has a positive impact on refugees: They improve their language skills and become more socially active. Mentors experience the relationship ...

    2020| Magdalena Krieger, Philipp Jaschke, Martin Kroh, Nicolas Legewie, Lea-Maria Löbel
  • DIW Weekly Report 36 / 2020

    LGBTQI* People on the Labor Market: Highly Educated, Frequently Discriminated Against

    Societal acceptance of the LGBTQI* people has greatly improved over the past decades in Germany and legal equal treatment on the labor market has been improved by the General Equal Treatment Act (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz, AGG). However, about 30 percent of those who identify as LGBTQI* report experiencing discrimination in their work life, according to the results of a survey conducted by ...

    2020| Lisa de Vries, Mirjam Fischer, David Kasprowski, Martin Kroh, Simon Kühne, David Richter, Zaza Zindel
  • Weekly Report 4 / 2010

    The Party Identification of Germany's Immigrant Population: Parties Should Not Fear Eased Naturalization Requirements

    Individuals with a migration background represent a steadily increasing percentage of Germany's population. Although the majority of individuals with migration background lack German citizenship and are therefore unable to vote, the number of naturalized immigrants continues to rise. Accordingly, political parties have been showing greater interest in this group of potential voters. Data from the German ...

    2010| Martin Kroh, Ingrid Tucci
  • Weekly Report 13 / 2008

    Value Change: More and More Germans Showing a Postmaterialistic Orientation

    A popular theory of value change states that "postmaterialistic" values such as emancipation and personal development are steadily replacing traditional "materialistic" values such as social advancement and economic security as a result of the ongoing improvement of living conditions since the Second World War. Post-materialism is thus seen as a phenomenon directly linked to economic affluence. Based ...

    2008| Martin Kroh
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 33/34/35 / 2017

    Income, Social Support Networks, Life Satisfaction: Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals in Germany

    Towards the very end of this legislative period, a cross-caucus parliamentary majority gave same-sex marriage the green light – progress for the legal equality of homosexuals in Germany. This report focuses on the life situations of homosexual and bisexual people in Germany. The careers they pursue, for example, differ from those of heterosexuals. Hourly wages are an area of significant disparity: ...

    2017| Martin Kroh, Simon Kühne, Christian Kipp, David Richter
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 48 / 2016

    Forced Migration, Arrival in Germany, and First Steps toward Integration

    A new representative survey of a total of 4,500 recently arrived refugees to Germany conducted by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB), the Research Centre of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF-FZ), and the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) has generated an entirely new database for analyzing forced migration and the ...

    2016| Herbert Brücker, Nina Rother, Jürgen Schupp, Christian Babka von Gostomski, Axel Böhm, Tanja Fendel, Martin Friedrich, Marco Giesselmann, Yuliya Kosyakova, Martin Kroh, Simon Kühne, Elisabeth Liebau, David Richter, Agnese Romiti, Diana Schacht, Jana A. Scheible, Paul Schmelzer, Manuel Siegert, Steffen Sirries, Parvati Trübswetter, Ehsan Vallizadeh
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 39 / 2016

    Solidarity with EU Countries in Crisis: Results of a 2015 Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) Survey

    In response to the European sovereign debt and currency crisis, the EU has begun to implement measures toward fiscal solidarity at least for the euro area. Survey data from the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) study show that just under half of all adults in Germany generally support providing assistance to EU countries experiencing financial difficulties. Almost one in three respondents also advocate the ...

    2016| Holger Lengfeld, Martin Kroh
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

    Refugees Entered the Labor Market Later Than Other Migrants

    It has taken longer for refugees who have been living in Germany for some time, particularly those who arrived between 1990 and 2010, to take up gainful employment than other migrants. These findings are based on data from the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) and the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample. In addition, these refugees show a higher rate of unemployment and earn lower incomes by comparison even years ...

    2016| Zerrin Salikutluk, Johannes Giesecke, Martin Kroh
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