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Forschungsprojekt: Großeltern bleiben trotz Kita-Ausbaus wichtig für Kinderbetreuung

Welche Rolle spielen Oma und Opa für die Betreuung von Kindern in Deutschland? Und hat sich daran im Zuge des Kita-Ausbaus der vergangenen Jahres etwas geändert? Diesen und vielen weiteren Fragen in diesem Zusammenhang ist ein Forschungsprojekt des Bundesinstituts für Bevölkerungsforschung (BiB) und des Deutschen Instituts für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW Berlin) in den vergangenen ...

27.06.2022| Mara Barschkett
Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

A decomposition of the life-cycle part-time wage gap: Forgone promotion prospects and stagnant wage growth within job levels

Long periods of part-time work lead to a stagnation of wage growth. In this paper, I study how the wage stagnation decomposes in lack of career development and the lack of wage growth conditional on the career level. I develop a dynamic choice model of labor supply which distinctly incorporates vertical career moves to jobs paying higher wages as a function of the choice of hours of work. I...

15.06.2022| Boryana Ilieva
Medienbeitrag

"Frauen nutzen die gesparte Zeit für Haus- und Sorgearbeit"

Am 8. März 2022 erschien auf Spiegel Online ein Interview mit DIW-Forscherin Katharina Wrohlich. Corona hat für viele Menschen den Arbeitsalltag verändert. Verbessert hat sich für Frauen aber wenig. Arbeitsmarktexpertin Katharina Wrohlich sagt, woran das liegt – und warum Chefs zu Frauen unfairer sind. SPIEGEL: Frau Wrohlich, hat die Pandemie Frauen im Kampf um Gleichberechtigung ...

09.03.2022| Katharina Wrohlich
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Centre-Based Care and Parenting Activities

We examine the relationship between parenting activities and centre-based care using time diary and survey data for mothers in Germany. While mothers using centre-based care spend significantly less time in the presence of their child, we find that differences in the time spent on specific activities such as reading, talking, and playing with the child are relatively small or zero. The pattern of results ...

In: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics im Ersch. (2022), [Online first: 2022-06-16] | Jonas Jessen, C. Katharina Spieß, Sevrin Waights
Diskussionspapiere 2006 / 2022

Heterogeneous Effects of After-School Care on Child Development

It is often argued that institutionalized after-school care (ASC) can benefit children lacking adequate homework support at home and, hence, foster equality of opportunity. However, despite considerable policy interest, it is unclear whether these afternoon programs are beneficial for child development and if selection into them is efficient, i.e., whether students benefiting most from the programs ...

2022| Laura Schmitz
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The Length of Schooling and the Timing of Family Formation

Individuals typically traverse several life phases before forming a family. We analyze whether changing the duration of one of these phases, the education phase, affects the timing of marriage and childbearing. For this purpose, we exploit the introduction of short school years (SSYs) in Germany in 1966–1967, which compressed the education phase without affecting the curriculum. Based on difference-in-differences ...

In: CESifo Economic Studies 68 (2022), 1, S. 1-45 | Josefine Koebe, Jan Marcus
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The Intergenerational Transmission of Gender Norms: Why and How Adolescent Males with Working Mothers Matter for Female Labour Market Outcomes

Social norms are put forward as a prominent explanation for the changing labour supply decisions of women. This paper studies the intergenerational transmission of these norms, examining how they affect subsequent female labour supply decisions, taking into account not only the early socialization of women but also that of their partner. Using large representative panel data sets from West Germany, ...

In: Socio-Economic Review 20 (2022), 1, S. 281-322 | Sophia Schmitz, C. Katharina Spiess
Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

Increasing employment and family care? A structural analysis of pension and long-term care policy reforms

We develop a comprehensive life-cycle model of elder parent care and work to evaluate options that address pressing conflicts between pension and long-term care (LTC) policies. Many OECD countries react to challenges of demographic change by increasing LTC by family members (informal care) and raising retirement ages. This intensifies conflicts between paid employment and informal care provision....

25.11.2021| Björn Fischer
DIW aktuell

Zu Beginn von vierter Corona-Welle: Eltern bei geöffneten Kitas und Schulen zufriedener und mit weniger Sorgen

Eltern waren zu Beginn der vierten Corona-Welle im Oktober deutlich zufriedener mit dem Familienleben, der Kinderbetreuung und dem Leben allgemein als in den Lockdowns im vergangenen Winter und Frühjahr. Gleichzeitig äußerten sie deutlich weniger Sorgen als im April, etwa mit Blick auf die Bildung und wirtschaftliche Zukunft ihrer Kinder. Trotz vergleichsweiser hoher Inzidenzen...

23.11.2021| Mathias Huebener, C. Katharina Spieß, Gert G. Wagner
Personalie

Jonas Jessen has successfully defended his dissertation

Jonas Jessen, who worked at the Education and Family department, has successfully defended his dissertation at the Freie Universität Berlin. The dissertation with the title "Unintended Consequences and Spill-over Effects of Family Policies: Six Essays in Labour and Family Economics" was supervised by Prof. C. Katharina Spieß (DIW Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin) and Prof. ...

16.11.2021
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