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SOEPpapers 882 / 2016

Early Childhood Environment, Breastfeeding and the Formation of Preferences

This study provides insights on the role of early childhood family environment within the process of preference formation. We start by presenting evidence showing that breastfeeding duration is a valid measure of the quality of early childhood environment. In the main analysis, we then investigate how early childhood environment affects the formation of fundamental economic preferences such as time, ...

2016| Armin Falk, Fabian Kosse
SOEPpapers 840 / 2016

The Formation of Prosociality: Causal Evidence on the Role of Social Environment

This study presents descriptive and causal evidence on the role of social environment for the formation of prosociality. In a first step, we show that socio-economic status (SES) as well as the intensity of mother-child interaction and mothers' prosocial attitudes are systematically related to elementary school children's prosociality. In a second step, we present evidence on a randomly assigned variation ...

2016| Fabian Kosse, Thomas Deckers, Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch, Armin Falk
SOEP Survey Papers ; 291 : 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
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The Informed Consent to Record Linkage in Panel Studies: Optimal Starting Wave, Consent Refusals, and Subsequent Panel Attrition

Social scientists increasingly link survey data with administrative records. However, data protection legislation often requires respondents’ informed consent prior to record linkage. This has confronted research with nontrivial refusal rates in combination with selectivity of the consent decision. In longitudinal surveys, linkage requests may also increase attrition rates in subsequent waves, as many ...

In: The Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (2017), 1, S. 131-143 | Philipp Eisnecker, Martin Kroh
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