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  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Risk Preference and Entrepreneurial Investment at the Top of the Wealth Distribution

    This study quantifies the distributional effects of the minimum wage introduced in Germany in 2015. Using detailed Socio-Economic Panel survey data, we assess changes in the hourly wages, working hours, and monthly wages of employees who were entitled to be paid the minimum wage. We employ a difference-in-differences analysis, exploiting regional variation in the “bite” of the minimum wage. At the ...

    In: Empirical Economics 66 (2024), S. 735–761 | Frank M. Fossen, Johannes König, Carsten Schröder
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    Hours Risk and Wage Risk: Repercussions over the Life Cycle

    We decompose 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. For estimation, we use data on married American men from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Permanent wage shocks explain ...

    In: The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 125 (2023), 4, S. 956-996 | Robin Jessen, Johannes König
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    The Impact of the Tax Reduction on Fuel Prices in Germany: A Synthetic Difference-in-Differences Approach

    We analyse the impact of the temporary tax reduction on diesel and gasoline prices from June to the end of August 2022 in Germany. By implementing a synthetic difference-in-differences approach with different baskets of European countries, we find a significant reduction in prices by 33.8–34.4 cents per litre for gasoline and 12.2–14.6 cents per litre for diesel. These results are robust to variations ...

    In: Review of Economics 74 (2023), 2, S. 141-160 | Lea Bernhardt, Xenia Breiderhoff, Ralf Dewenter
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    Spatial Patterns of Recent Ukrainian Refugees in Germany: Administrative Dispersal and Existing Ethnic Networks

    Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, many people have fled the war and left their home country. By the end of January 2023, more than one million Ukrainian refugees had been registered in Germany alone. In contrast to refugees from other countries of origin in Germany, Ukrainian citizens can choose their place of residence if they have either found private accommodation ...

    In: Comparative Population Studies 48 (2023), S. 261-280 | Lenore Sauer, Andreas Ette, Hans Walter Steinhauer, Manuel Siegert, Kerstin Tanis
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    Ukrainian Refugees in Germany: Evidence From a Large Representative Survey

    This study describes the first wave of the IAB-BiB/FReDA-BAMF-SOEP Survey on Ukrainian Refugees in Germany, a unique panel dataset based on over 11,000 interviews conducted between August and October 2022. The aim of the IAB-BiB/FReDA-BAMF-SOEP Survey is to provide a data-infrastructure for theory-driven and evidence-based research on various aspects of integration among Ukrainian refugees in Germany, ...

    In: Comparative Population Studies 48 (2023), S. 395-424 | Herbert Brücker, Andreas Ette, Markus M. Grabka, Yuliya Kosyakova, Wenke Niehues, Nina Rother, C. Katharina Spieß, Sabine Zinn, Martin Bujard, Adriana R. Cardozo Silva, Jean Philippe Décieux, Amrei Maddox, Nadja Milewski, Lenore Sauer, Sophia Schmitz, Silvia Schwanhäuser, Manuel Siegert, Hans Walter Steinhauer, Kerstin Tanis
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    Intangible Capital and Productivity Divergence

    Understanding the causes of the slowdown in aggregate productivity growth is key to maintaining the competitiveness of advanced economies and ensuring long-term economic prosperity. This paper provides evidence that investment in intangible capital, despite having a positive effect on productivity at the micro level, is a driver of the weak productivity performance at the aggregate level as it amplifies ...

    In: The Review of Income and Wealth (2024), im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-07-23] | Marie Le Mouel, Alexander Schiersch
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    Changes in Risk Attitudes Vary across Domains throughout the Life Course

    Risk attitudes are important predictors of various economic decisions and socioeconomic outcomes. Although studies show that peoples’ general willingness to take risks decreases with age, there are few reports on the age dependence of domain-specific risk attitudes. Drawing on the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), this study employs a proxy variable approach to disentangle age from periodic and cohort effects, ...

    In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 212 (2023), S. 534-563 | Neil Murray, Levent Neyse, Carsten Schröder
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    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    In: Small Business Economics 61 (2023), S. 1027–1051 | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodríguez, Claudia Stier
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    Shlomo Yitzhaki (1944–2023): In Memoriam

    In: The Review of Income and Wealth 69 (2023), 3, S. 801-805 | Carsten Schröder, Jacques Silber
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    Sin Taxes and Self-Control

    According to theory, "sin taxes" are welfare improving if consumers with low self-control respond at least as much to the tax as consumers with high self-control. We investigate empirically if demand response to soft drink and fat tax variations in Denmark depends on consumers' self-control. We use a unique home-scan panel that includes a survey measure of self-control. When taxes increase, consumers ...

    In: American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 15 (2023), 3, S. 1-34 | Renke Schmacker, Sinne Smed
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    Codevelopment of Life Goals and the Big Five Personality Traits across Adulthood and Old Age

    Since the new millennium, research in the field of personality development has focused on the stability and change of basic personality traits. Motivational aspects of personality and their longitudinal association with basic traits have received comparably little attention. In this preregistered study, we applied bivariate latent growth curve model to investigated the codevelopment of nine life goals ...

    In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 126 (2024), 2, S. 346-368 | Laura Buchinger, Theresa Entringer, David Richter, Gert G. Wagner, Denis Gerstorf, Wiebke Bleidorn
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    SOEP-LEE2: Linking Surveys on Employees to Employers in Germany

    This article presents the new linked employee-employer study of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP-LEE2), which offers new research opportunities for various academic fields. In particular, the study contains two waves of an employer survey for persons in dependent work that is also linkable to the SOEP, a large representative German annual household panel (SOEP-LEE2-Core). Moreover, SOEP-LEE2 includes ...

    In: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (2024), im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-07-25] | Wenzel Matiaske, Torben Dall Schmidt, Christoph Halbmeier, Martina Maas, Doris Holtmann, Carsten Schröder, Tamara Böhm, Stefan Liebig, Alexander S. Kritikos
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    The Impact of Public Procurement on Financial Barriers to General and Green Innovation

    This study investigates whether public procurement mitigates or exacerbates innovative enterprises’ financial constraints. We distinguish between general and environmentally beneficial innovative enterprises. Theory suggests that the treatment effects of public procurement, particularly when mediated by the demand-pull effect, may lower a company’s funding constraints for innovation. We test this theory ...

    In: Small Business Economics 62 (2024), S. 939–959 | Dorothea Schäfer, Andres Stephan, Sören Fuhrmeister
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    Working Life and Human Capital Investment: Causal Evidence from a Pension Reform

    In: Labour Economics 84 (2023), 102426, 12 S. | Elisabeth Fürstenau, Niklas Gohl, Peter Haan, Felix Weinhardt
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    Should Mama or Papa Work? Variations in Attitudes towards Parental Employment by Country of Origin and Child Age

    Employment among mothers has been rising in recent decades, although mothers of young children often work fewer hours than other women do. Parallel to this trend, approval of maternal employment has increased, albeit not evenly across groups. However, differences in attitudes remain unexplored despite their importance for better understanding mothers’ labour market behaviour. Meanwhile, the employment ...

    In: Comparative Population Studies 48 (2023), S. 339-368 | Ludovica Gambaro, C. Katharina Spiess, Katharina Wrohlich, Elena Ziege
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    Transactional Effects between Personality and Religiosity

    Do changes in religiosity beget changes in personality, or do changes in personality precede changes in religiosity? Existing evidence supports longitudinal associations between personality and religiosity at the between-person level, such that individual differences in personality predict subsequent individual differences in change in religiosity. However, no research to date has examined whether ...

    In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 125 (2023), 2, S. 421-436 | Madeline R. Lenhausen, Ted Schwaba, Jochen E. Gebauer, Theresa Entringer, Wiebke Bleidorn
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    How Flexible Electrification Can Integrate Fluctuating Renewables

    To phase out fossil fuels, energy systems must shift to renewable electricity as the main source of primary energy. In this paper, we analyze how electrification can support the integration of fluctuating renewables, like wind and PV, and mitigate the need for storage and thermal backup plants. Using a cost-minimizing model for system planning, we find substantial benefits of electricity demand in ...

    In: Energy 278 (2023), 127832, 12 S. | Leonard Göke, Jens Weibezahn, Mario Kendziorski
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    Digitisation and Renaissance of the Manufacturing Industry in Major Cities: The Case of Berlin

    The rise of digitisation will cause a major upheaval in the manufacturing industries, bringing changes to traditional industrial location patterns as well. In order to understand the direction these structural changes are taking, this paper analyses the start-up activity in the industrial sector. The frontrunners are metropolitan regions and in particular major cities such as Berlin or Munich. Furthermore, ...

    In: Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal 16 (2023), 4, S. 385-395 | Martin Gornig
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    Estimating the Marginal Costs of Road Renewals: Evidence from a Duration Approach

    Within an analytical approach that mirrors the relationship between road deterioration, traffic load, and road renewal, we estimate the marginal costs of road renewals as part of a social marginal cost scheme for road charging. Based on a comprehensive data set for German motor ways, we estimate a Weibull dura tion model with shared frailties that account for unobserved heterogeneity, including covariates ...

    In: Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 57 (2023), 2, S. 104-130 | Neil Murray, Heike Link
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    Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequalities between and within Households

    Positive assortative mating may be a driver of wealth inequalities, but this relationship has not yet been examined. We investigate the association between assortative mating and wealth inequality within and between households drawing on data from the United States Survey of Income and Program Participation and measuring current, individual-level wealth for newly formed couples (N = 3936 couples). ...

    In: Social Forces 102 (2023), 2, S. 454–474 | Philipp M. Lersch, Reinhard Schunck
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