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Das Basisszenario des Generationenmonitors – Daten, Methodik und zentrale Annahmen

Der Generationenmonitor ist ein Modell, das auf der Methodik von Generationenkontenmodellen basiert. Es dient dazu, langfristige Auswirkungen der Gesetzgebung und der politischen Rahmenbedingungen zu analysieren und dadurch gegebenenfalls Handlungsbedarf abzuleiten. Dabei werden zum einen Annahmen über zukünftige Trends (wie etwa den demographischen Wandel oder eine steigende Frauenerwerbsbeteiligung) ...

Köln: IW Köln, 2019,
(IW-Report 38)
| Johannes Berger, Martin Beznoska, Susanna Kochskämper, Ludwig Strohner

Gendered Time Allocation and Divorce: A Longitudinal Analysis of German and American Couples

Objective To examine the association between divorce and partners' allocation of paid and unpaid work, and change over a few key decades in both West Germany and the United States. Background Past research has indicated that partner similarity in time spent on both paid and unpaid work is associated with a higher risk of marital dissolution. We explore whether the association between paid work disparities ...

In: Family Relations 69 (2020), 1, 207-226 | Daniela Bellani, Gosta Esping-Andersen

Arbeitsbelastung und Gesundheit von Erwerbstätigen mit Migrationshintergrund

Hintergrund und Ziel der Arbeit: Diversität nimmt auch bei Erwerbstätigen zu. Traditionelle Ansätze des betrieblichen Arbeits- und Gesundheitsschutzes reichen meist nicht aus, um den damit einhergehenden Herausforderungen zu begegnen. Auch fehlt es derzeit an Wissen über spezifische Bedarfslagen, um adäquate Interventionen unter Einbindung von Erwerbstätigen mit Migrationshintergrund zu entwickeln. ...

In: Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 62 (2019), 9, 1083-1091 | Jennifer Becker, Gudrun Faller

A test of risk vulnerability in the wider population

Panel data from the German SOEP is used to test for risk vulnerability (RV) in the wider population. Two different survey responses are analysed: the response to the question about willingness-to-take risk in general and the chosen investment in a hypothetical lottery. A convenient indicator of background risk is the VDAX index, an established measure of volatility in the German stock market. This ...

In: Theory and Decision 88 (2020), 1, 37-50 | Philomena M. Bacon, Anna Conte, Peter G. Moffatt

Does the German Minimum Wage Help Low Income Households?: Evidence from Observed Outcomes and the Simulation of Potential Effects

Does the federal minimum wage in Germany introduced in 2015 improve the income situation of low income households and reduce in-work poverty? Previous literature on its distributional impact was either focused on earnings and hourly wages (e.g. Caliendo et al., 2017), or is based on ex-ante simulations (e.g. Müller and Steiner, 2013). This paper provides systematic descriptive ex-post evidence on the ...


pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Teresa Backhaus, Kai-Uwe Müller

Wer trägt die Steuerlast in Deutschland? Steuerbelastung nur schwach progressiv

Eine umfassende mikrodatenbasierte Analyse zu den Verteilungswirkungen des deutschen Steuersystems im Jahr 2015 zeigt, dass die gesamte Steuerbelastung aus direkten und indirekten Steuern bei steigenden Einkommen nur moderat progressiv verläuft und in den unteren Dezilen regressiv wirkt. Zwar sind die Einkommen- und Unternehmensteuern stark progressiv. Sie belasten Haushalte mit niedrigen und mittleren ...


pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Stefan Bach, Martin Beznoska, Viktor Steiner

Economic Downturns and Mental Wellbeing

We study the impact of the business cycle on mental wellbeing by linking rich German survey data to over a decade of detailed gross domestic product information. Endogeneity concerns are tackled using a shift-share instrumental variables approach in which exposure to macroeconomic <U+FB02>uctuations is estimated from regional variations in historical industry sector composition. Estimation results ...


pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Daniel Avdic, Sonja C. de New, Daniel A. Kamhöfer

Testing the Social Investment Principle Around Childbirth: Little Evidence for Personality Maturation Before and After Becoming a Parent

Abstract In line with the social investment principle, becoming a parent should lead to more mature behaviour and an increase in conscientiousness, agreeableness, and emotional stability. However, previous research provided mixed results that do not support this idea. Here, we used data from a nationally representative household panel study from Germany (N = 19 875) to examine whether becoming a parent ...

In: European Journal of Personality (online first) (2020), | Eva Asselmann, Jule Specht

Unemployment and mental health in the German population: the role of subjective social status

Purpose: Subjective social status (SSS) reflects individuals' perceived position in a social hierarchy. Low SSS is associated with several mental health impairments. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to examine if unemployed individuals report lower SSS in Germany (national SSS) and lower SSS in their social community (local SSS) than employed individuals. Moreover, the relationship between ...

In: Psychology Research and Behavior Management 12 (2019), 557-564 | Marie Neubert, Philipp Süssenbach, Winfried Rief, Frank Euteneuer

Financial, Job and Health Satisfaction: A Comparative Approach on Working People

The determinants of domain satisfactions could be differently evaluated depending on the aspect of life considered, which would lead to different implications for public policies. To test this hypothesis, using the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP), we analyse the effect of different economic and non-economic factors on satisfaction with financial situation, job and health status. The main results ...

In: Societies 9 (2019), 2, 34 | María Navarro
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