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DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Half of the Refugees in Germany Found Their First Job Through Social Contacts

In Germany, the majority of people tend to find work through friends, acquaintances, and relatives when they first enter the labor market or switch jobs. The same applies to immigrants and their offspring. Integrating refugees into the labor market is considered crucial to their overall integration into society, yet little is known about how they land their first jobs. The present paper attempts to ...

2016| Philipp Eisnecker, Diana Schacht
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Integrating Refugees: Insights from the Past: Editorial

2016| Philipp Eisnecker, Johannes Giesecke, Martin Kroh, Elisabeth Liebau, Jan Marcus, Zerrin Salikutluk, Diana Schacht, C. Katharina Spieß, Franz Westermaier
DIW aktuell 17 / 2018

Was macht Gerechtigkeit aus? Deutsche WählerInnen befürworten über Parteigrenzen hinweg das Leistungs- und das Bedarfsprinzip

Stimmverluste der Volksparteien – wie zuletzt bei den Landtagswahlen in Bayern und Hessen – werden in der öffentlichen Debatte häufig als Indizien einer tiefen politischen Spaltung der Gesellschaft bewertet. Dabei wird argumentiert, dass die Wählerschaft immer weniger mit den am breiten Konsens orientierten Volksparteien an-fangen könne, da sie in ihren Werten und Interessen zu stark polarisiert sei. ...

2018| Philipp Eisnecker, Jule Adriaans, Stefan Liebig
SOEPpapers 833 / 2016

Stimmungsbarometer zu Geflüchteten in Deutschland: Stabil hohes Engagement in der Gesellschaft für Geflüchtete bei weiterhin überwiegend negativer Einschätzung der Auswirkungen der Flüchtlingszuwanderung

The influx of refugees into Germany continued to dominate the public debate in February. Results from the February 2016 SOEP survey of public opinion on refugees in Germany show that slightly over one third of German adults see more opportunities than risks in the influx of refugees, while around half take the opposite view. In February 2016, around one third of respondents reported having donated ...

2016| Philipp Eisnecker, Jürgen Schupp
SOEP Survey Papers 291: SOEP Survey Papers : Series C - Data Documentations (Datendokumentationen) / 2017

The Request for Record Linkage in the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample

2017| Philipp Simon Eisnecker, Klaudia Erhardt, Martin Kroh, Parvati Trübswetter
Data Documentation 98 / 2019

The Employee Survey "Expectations towards Economy and Society" – Legitimation of Inequality over the Life-Span: Codebook for the Second Wave (LINOS-2)

2019| Jule Adriaans, Philipp Eisnecker, Sebastian Hülle, Julian Klassen, Stefan Liebig, Peter Valet
Data Documentation 97 / 2019

"Erwartungen an Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft" – Legitimation of Inequality over the Life-Span: Feldbericht und Codebuch zur zweiten Welle (LINOS-2)

2019| Jule Adriaans, Philipp Eisnecker, Sebastian Hülle, Julian Klassen, Stefan Liebig, Peter Valet
Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Aufsätze 2018

In 2016, around One-Third of People in Germany Donated for Refugees and Ten Percent Helped out on Site—yet Concerns Are Mounting

The presence of refugees in Germany and the challenges their integration poses have preoccupied the public for the past two years. According to the latest data of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), many more people in Germany were concerned about migration and xenophobia last year than in 2013. The additional representative results of the Barometer of Public Opinion on Refugees in Germany in 2016 and ...

2018| Jannes Jacobsen, Philipp Eisnecker, Jürgen Schupp
Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Aufsätze 2017

Integrating Refugees: Insights from the Past

2017| Philipp Eisnecker, Johannes Giesecke, Martin Kroh, Elisabeth Liebau, Jan Marcus, Zerrin Salikutluk, Diana Schacht, C. Katharina Spieß, Franz Westermaier
Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Aufsätze 2017

Half of the Refugees in Germany Found Their First Job through Social Contacts

In Germany, the majority of people tend to find work through friends, acquaintances, and relatives when they first enter the labor market or switch jobs. The same applies to immigrants and their offspring. Integrating refugees into the labor market is considered crucial to their overall integration into society, yet little is known about how they land their first jobs. The present paper attempts to ...

2017| Philipp Eisnecker, Diana Schacht
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