Publikationen mit SOEP-Daten: SOEPlit

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Results of the 2019 SOEP User Survey

In: SOEP Annual Report 2019
S. 68

pub_soep_nutz: mention of the SOEP study
| Martin Gerike, Selin Kara, Stefan Zimmermann

Why Didn’t the College Premium Rise Everywhere? Employment Protection and On-the-Job Investment in Skills

Why has the college wage premium risen rapidly in the United States since the 1980s, but not in European economies such as Germany? We argue that differences in employment protection can account for much of the gap. We develop a model in which <U+FB01>rms and workers make relationship-speci<U+FB01>c investments in skill accumulation. The incentive to invest is stronger when employment protection ...

pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Matthias Doepke, Ruben Gaetani

The Situation is Serious, but Not Hopeless - Evidence-Based Considerations on the Intra-Couple Division of Childcare before, during and after the Covid-19 Lockdown

Drawing on data from the Socio-economic Panel (SOEP) for 2018, we use a sample of 2,145 heterosexual couples with children below age 13 to investigate the paternal involvement in domestic childcare and the relation of the underlying mechanisms to the two job-related “Covid-19 factors” systemic relevance (SR) and capacity to work from home (WfH). Based on bi- and trivariate analyses of the intra-couple ...

pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Christina Boll, Simone Schüller

Die Lage ist ernst, aber nicht hoffnungslos – empirisch gestützte Überlegungen zur elterlichen Aufteilung der Kinderbetreuung vor, während und nach dem COVID-19 Lockdown

Dieser Beitrag untersucht auf Basis des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels (SOEP) 2018 die Zusammenhänge zwischen dem väterlichen Kinderbetreuungsanteil im Paar und den in der Literatur einschlägigen Wirkmechanismen Zeitbudgetverhältnis, Einkommensrelation und Geschlechterrolleneinstellungen im Paar. Die Untersuchungsstichprobe besteht aus 2.145 heterosexuellen Paaren im Alter 18 bis 65 Jahre mit Kindern unter ...

pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Christina Boll, Simone Schüller

Gender and Changes in Household Wealth after the Dissolution of Marriage and Cohabitation in Germany

Objective: To document how changes in household wealth following the dissolution of marriage and cohabitation differ by gender in Germany. Background; Marital property regimes usually prescribe that both partners receive a share of the couple's wealth following a divorce. The dissolution of cohabiting unions is not governed by marital property regimes in most countries, including Germany. Because men, ...

In: Journal of Marriage and Family (online first) (2020), | Diederik Boertien, Philipp M. Lersch

Determinants of earnings losses of displaced workers

Using an unusually rich matched employer-employee data set for Portugal, we studied the persistent earnings losses of workers displaced due to firm closure, collective dismissals and individual dismissals. We found that those losses are rather severe and persistent, representing around 50 percent of the pre-displacement wages, six years after the separation event. Those losses are largely explained ...

2013, | Pedro S. Raposo

Hours Risk and Wage Risk : Repercussions over the Life-Cycle

We decompose permanent earnings risk into contributions from hours and wage shocks. To distinguish between hours shocks, modeled as innovations to the marginal disutility of work, and labor supply reactions to wage shocks we formulate a life-cycle model of consumption and labor supply. Both permanent wage and hours shocks are important to explain earnings risk, but wage shocks have greater relevance. ...

pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| Robin Jessen, Johannes König

Public childcare provision and employment participation of East and West German mothers with different educational backgrounds

By focusing on a period of a major public childcare expansion in Germany, this study investigates whether higher levels of childcare coverage for under-threes have been positively associated with employment among mothers with different educational backgrounds. Both standard economic labour theories and sociological theories presume that the effect of public childcare provision varies with mothers’ ...

In: Journal of European Social Policy (online first) (2020), | Gundula Zoch

Attrition and selectivity of the NEPS starting cohorts: an overview of the past 8 years

This article documents the number of target persons participating in the panel surveys of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) as well as the number of respondents who temporarily dropout and of those leaving the panel (attrition). NEPS comprises panel surveys with six mutually exclusive starting cohorts covering the complete life span. Sample sizes, numbers of participants and temporary as ...

In: AStA Wirtschafts- und Sozialstatistisches Archiv (2020), 14, S. 163–206
pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| Sabine Zinn, Ariane Würbach, Hans Walter Steinhauer, Angelina Hammon

What Can We Obtain from Mental Health Care? The Dynamics of Physical and Mental Health

This study analyzes the dynamic interaction of an individual's physical and mental health using the German Socio-Economic Panel and the Cross-National Equivalent File of Germany. Its main objective is to find a way to reduce people's health expenditure by examining the magnitude of the interdependence between physical and mental health. For the analysis, this study develops a dynamic correlated random ...

In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (2019), 17, 3098 | Sung-Joo Yoon
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