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  • DIW Wochenbericht 41 / 2022

    Höheres Renteneintrittsalter bei Frauen führt zu einer Verschlechterung der Gesundheit: Interview

    2022| Mara Barschkett, Erich Wittenberg
  • DIW Wochenbericht 41 / 2022

    Anhebung des Renteneintrittsalters hat negative Konsequenzen für die Gesundheit

    Zur Stabilisierung der Finanzen der Gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung wird regelmäßig eine weitere Anhebung des Renteneintrittsalters gefordert. Ein längeres Arbeitsleben hat jedoch Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit. Anhand von detaillierten Daten der gesetzlichen Krankenkassen zeigen Untersuchungen, dass die Abschaffung der „Rente für Frauen“ im Jahr 1999, die einen Renteneintritt ab einem Alter von 60 ...

    2022| Mara Barschkett, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan
  • DIW Wochenbericht 16 / 2021

    Gesundheitsprävention in Kitas und Schulen sollte höheren Stellenwert erhalten: Interview

    2021| Mara Barschkett, Erich Wittenberg
  • DIW Wochenbericht 16 / 2021

    Kindergesundheit im ersten Corona­Lockdown: Weniger Behandlungsfälle und weniger Diagnosen von Infektionen

    Während des ersten Corona-Lockdowns im Frühjahr 2020 sind die Behandlungsfälle von Kindern in ambulanten Arztpraxen um bis zu 20 Prozent zurückgegangen. Wie diese Studie auf Basis administrativer Diagnosedaten aller gesetzlichen Krankenkassen in Deutschland zeigt, wurden im zweiten Quartal 2020 im Vergleich zum Vorjahreszeitraum bei ein- bis zwölfjährigen Kindern vor allem deutlich weniger körperliche ...

    2021| Mara Barschkett, C. Katharina Spieß
  • DIW Weekly Report 41 / 2022

    A Higher Retirement Age Has Negative Health Effects

    In the policy debate, there are regular demands to further increase the retirement age to address the financial challenges for the pension system. However, a prolonged working life impacts a person’s health. Detailed data from the statutory health insurance companies shows that abolishing the “Rente für Frauen” (women’s pension) in 1999, which allowed women to retire at 60, resulted in negative health ...

    2022| Mara Barschkett, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan
  • DIW Weekly Report 13-16 / 2021

    Child Health during the First Coronavirus Lockdown in Germany: Fewer Treatment Cases and Fewer Diagnoses of Infections

    During the first coronavirus lockdown in Germany in spring 2020, treatment cases of children in outpatient care declined by up to 20 percent. As this study based on administrative diagnosis data of all statutory health insurance companies in Germany shows, there were significantly fewer physical diseases, such as infections, diagnosed in one to 12-year-old children in the second quarter of 2020 compared ...

    2021| Mara Barschkett, C. Katharina Spieß
  • Diskussionspapiere 1985 / 2021

    The Effects of an Increase in the Retirement Age on Health: Evidence from Administrative Data

    This study analyzes the causal effect of an increase in the retirement age on health. We exploit a sizable cohort-specific pension reform for women using two complementary empirical approaches - a Regression Discontinuity Design and a Difference-in- Differences approach. The analysis is based on official records covering all individuals insured by the public health system in Germany and including all ...

    2021| Mara Barschkett, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan, Anna Hammerschmid
  • Diskussionspapiere 1975 / 2021

    Does Grandparenting Pay off for the Next Generations? Intergenerational Effects of Grandparental Care

    Grandparents act as the third largest caregiver after parental care and daycare in Germany, as in many Western societies. Adopting a double-generation perspective, we investigate the causal impact of this care mode on children's health, socio-emotional behavior, and school outcomes, as well as parental well-being. Based on representative German panel data sets, and exploiting arguably exogenous variations ...

    2021| Mara Barschkett, C. Katharina Spieß, Elena Ziege
  • SOEPpapers 1152 / 2021

    Does Grandparenting Pay off for the Next Generations? Intergenerational Effects of Grandparental Care

    Grandparents act as the third largest caregiver after parental care and daycare in Germany, as in many Western societies. Adopting a double-generation perspective, we investigate the causal impact of this care mode on children’s health, socio-emotional behavior, and school outcomes, as well as parental well-being. Based on representative German panel data sets, and exploiting arguably exogenous variations ...

    2021| Mara Barschkett, C. Katharina Spiess, Elena Ziege
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    The Effects of an Increase in the Retirement Age on Health Care Costs: Evidence from Administrative Data

    In this paper, we use unique health record data that cover outpatient care and the associated costs to quantify the health care costs of a sizable increase in the retirement age in Germany. For the identification, we exploit a sizable cohort-specific pension reform which abolished an early retirement program for all women born after 1951. Our results show that health care costs significantly increase ...

    In: The European Journal of Health Economics im Ersch. (2022), [online first: 2022-10-23] | Johannes Geyer, Mara Barschkett, Peter Haan, Anna Hammerschmid
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