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Risky Asset Holdings during Covid-19 and their Distributional Impact: Evidence from Germany

We present evidence from a repeated survey on risky asset holdings carried out on a representative sample of the German population six times between April and June 2020. Given the size of the Covid-19 shock, we find little evidence of portfolio rebalancing in April 2020. In May, however, individual investors started buying heavily, parallel to market recovery. The cross-section shows large differences ...

In: The Review of Income and Wealth (2021), im Ersch. [online first: 2021-10-23] | Lukas Menkhoff, Carsten Schröder
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Resuming Social Contact after Months of Contact Restrictions: Social Traits Moderate Associations between Changes in Social Contact and Well-being

Humans possess a need for social contact. Satisfaction of this need benefits well-being, whereas deprivation is detrimental. However, how much contact people desire is not universal, and evidence is mixed on individual differences in the association between contact and well-being. This preregistered longitudinal study (N = 190) examined changes in social contact and well-being (life satisfaction, depressivity/anxiety) ...

In: Journal of Research in Personality 98 (2022), 104223 | Michael D. Krämer, Yannick Roos, David Richter, Cornelia Wrzus
Monographien

Pandemic Depression: COVID-19 and the Mental Health of the Self-Employed

We investigate the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-employed people’s mental health. Using representative longitudinal survey data from Germany, we reveal differential effects by gender: whereas self-employed women experienced a substantial deterioration in their mental health, self-employed men displayed no significant changes up to early 2021. Financial losses are important in explaining these ...

Potsdam: CEPA, 2022, II, 65 S.
(CEPA Discussion Papers ; 46)
| Marco Caliendo, Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
Monographien

Pandemic Depression: COVID-19 and the Mental Health of the Self-Employed

We investigate the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-employed people’s mental health. Using representative longitudinal survey data from Germany, we reveal differential effects by gender: whereas self-employed women experienced a substantial deterioration in their mental health, self-employed men displayed no significant changes up to early 2021. Financial losses are important in explaining these ...

Bonn: IZA, 2022, II, 65 S.
(Discussion paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 15260)
| Marco Caliendo, Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
DIW Weekly Report 17/18 / 2022

Refugees in Germany Perceived Higher Discrimination in the Wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Refugees in Germany perceive discrimination due to their country of origin in various life dimensions, which can negatively affect their integration into society. Using IAB-BAMF-SOEP survey data, this report analyzes to what extent refugees perceive discrimination on the labor market, at educational institutions, on the housing market, with public authorities, and in daily life. The results show that ...

2022| Adriana Cardozo Silva, Christopher Prömel, Sabine Zinn
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Expectation Management of Policy Leaders: Evidence from COVID-19

This paper studies how the communication of political leaders affects the expectation formation of the public. Specifically, we examine the expectation management of the German government regarding COVID-19-related regulatory measures during the early phase of the pandemic. We elicit beliefs about the duration of these restrictions via a high-frequency survey of individuals, accompanied by an addi-tional ...

In: Journal of Public Economics 209 (2022), 104659, 26 S. | Peter Haan, Andreas Peichl, Annekatrin Schrenker, Georg Weizsäcker, Joachim Winter
Monographien

Von der Pandemie zur Energiekrise - Wirtschaft und Politik im Dauerstress: Gemeinschaftsdiagnose Frühjahr 2022 ; Dienstleistungsauftrag des Bundesministeriums für WIrtschaft und Klimaschutz

[Wechselnde Orte]: Projektgruppe Gemeinschaftsdiagnose, 2022, 95 S.
(Gemeinschaftsdiagnose / Projektgruppe Gemeinschaftsdiagnose ; 1/2022)
| Guido Baldi, Paul Berenberg-Gossler, Kerstin Bernoth, Britta Gehrke, Simon Junker, Konstantin Kholodilin, Frederik Kurcz, Laura Pagenhardt, Kristina van Deuverden, Martin Gornig
DIW Wochenbericht 13 / 2022

Umweltzonen verbessern Luftqualität und Gesundheit, verringern aber temporär Lebenszufriedenheit

Luftverschmutzung verursacht hohe ökonomische Kosten durch gesundheitliche Belastungen der AnwohnerInnen, vor allem in städtischen Gebieten. Fahrbeschränkungen in Umweltzonen sollen zur Verbesserung der Luftqualität beitragen. Empirische Analysen in diesem Wochenbericht bestätigen, dass Umweltzonen verkehrsbedingte Luftverschmutzung verringern. Zusätzlich ergeben die Untersuchungen unbeabsichtigte ...

2022| Luis Sarmiento, Nicole Wägner, Aleksandar Zaklan
DIW Wochenbericht 13 / 2022

Umweltzonen erhöhen Luftqualität, Konzept könnte aber verbessert werden: Interview

2022| Nicole Wägner, Erich Wittenberg
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Social Norms and Preventive Behaviors in Japan and Germany During the COVID-19 Pandemic

According to a recent paper by Gelfand et al., COVID-19 infection and case mortality rates are closely connected to the strength of social norms: “Tighter” cultures that abide by strict social norms are more successful in combating the pandemic than “looser” cultures that are more permissive. However, countries with similar levels of cultural tightness exhibit big differences in mortality rates. We ...

In: Frontiers in Public Health (2022), 10, 842177 | Christoph Schmidt-Petri, Carsten Schröder, Toshihiro Okubo, Daniel Graeber, Thomas Rieger
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