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Migrant Fertility in Germany and the Eastern Enlargement of the EU

This paper uses data from the Migrant Samples of the German Socio-Economic Panel to study the fertility behaviour of women who migrated to Germany between 1990 and 2015. Special emphasis is placed on the large groups of migrants who have moved to Germany from Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries since the 1990s. We find that CEE migrants had higher first birth, but much lower second birth rates ...


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| Katharina Wolf, Michaela Kreyenfeld

The German feed-in tariff revisited - an empirical investigation on its distributional effects

In the context of the German energy transition, the financial burdens associated with subsidies for renewable energies have increased substantially in recent years. These costs are passed on to consumers in the form of the EEG levy as a component of the electricity price. However, some households benefit from owning photovoltaic (PV) systems because they receive the corresponding feed-in tariffs. In ...

In: Energy Policy 132 (2019), September 2019, 344-356 | Simon Winter, Lisa Schlesewsky

Are there gender differences in associations of effort–reward imbalance at work with self-reported doctor-diagnosed depression? Prospective evidence from the German Socio-Economic Panel

Cohort studies established elevated risks of depression among employees experiencing psychosocial stress at work, defined by ‘job strain’ or ‘effort–reward imbalance’ (ERI). Yet, conflicting evidence exists on whether the strength of these associations varies by gender. We explore this question in a nationally representative sample of working women and men where work stress (ERI) was related to reported ...

In: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 91 (2018), 4, 435-443 | Natalia Wege, Jian Li, Johannes Siegrist

Zur Forschungsethik gehört auch eine "Ethik der Politikberatung"

In: Makroökonomie im Dienste der Menschen : Festschrift für Gustav A. Horn
Marburg: Metropolis Verl.
S. 115-126
Schriften der Keynes-Gesellschaft ; 14

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| Gert G. Wagner

Gert G. Wagner Recommends "Homo Ignorans: Deliberately Choosing Not to Know" by Ralph Hertwig and Christoph Engel

In: Bruno S. Frey, Christoph A. Schaltegger , 21st Century Economics : Economic Ideas You Should Read and Remember
Basel: Springer
S. 143-145

pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| Gert G. Wagner

Inclusion of time-varying covariates in cure survival models with an application in fertility studies

Summary Cure survival models are used when we desire to acknowledge explicitly that an unknown proportion of the population studied will never experience the event of interest. An extension of the promotion time cure model enabling the inclusion of time-varying covariates as regressors when modelling (simultaneously) the probability and the timing of the monitored event is presented. Our proposal enables ...

In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 183 (2020), 1, 333-354 | Philippe Lambert, Vincent Bremhorst

Who Is Bowling Alone? Quantile Treatment Effects of Unemployment on Social Participation

This article examines heterogeneity in the effect of unemployment on social participation. Whereas existing studies on this relationship essentially estimate mean effects, we use quantile regression methods to provide a broader and more complete picture. To account for the potential endogeneity of job loss, we estimate quantile treatment effects (on the treated) based on entropy balancing and focus ...


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| Lars Kunze, Nicolai Suppa

Interpersonal Perceptions and Interviewer Effects in Face-to-Face Surveys

Survey interviewers can negatively affect survey data by introducing variance and bias into estimates. When investigating these interviewer effects, research typically focuses on interviewer sociodemographics with only a few studies examining the effects of characteristics that are not directly visible such as interviewer attitudes, opinions, and personality. For the study at hand, self-reports of ...

In: Sociological Methods & Research (online first) (2020), 0, | Simon Kühne

Comparing Observed and Unobserved Components of Childhood: Evidence From Finnish Register Data on Midlife Mortality From Siblings and Their Parents

In this study, we argue that the long arm of childhood that determines adult mortality should be thought of as comprising an observed part and its unobserved counterpart, reflecting the observed socioeconomic position of individuals and their parents and unobserved factors shared within a family. Our estimates of the observed and unobserved parts of the long arm of childhood are based on family-level ...

In: Demography 55 (2018), 1, S. 295-318
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| Hannes Kröger, Rasmus Hoffmann, Lasse Tarkiainen, Pekka Martikainen

Big-Five personality and political orientation: Results from four panel studies with representative German samples

The aim of this brief report was to replicate the meta-analytic findings concerning the relationship between Big-Five personality and political orientation reported in Sibley, Osborne, and Duckitt (2012) in a sample of N<U+202F>=<U+202F>29,015 participants from four panels involving representative German samples. We replicated the expected significant correlations for Openness to Experience ...

In: Journal of Research in Personality 80 (2019), June 2019, 78-83 | Florian Krieger, Nicolas Becker, Samuel Greiff, Frank M. Spinath
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