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19. Sept 2019

Ankommen in der neuen Heimat

Mit dem Zuzug von Geflüchteten in den vergangenen Jahren ist die Integrations-Debatte neu entfacht. Dabei ist die Mehrdeutigkeit des Integrations-Begriffs beachtlich. „Erfolgreiche“ Integration wird zumeist über strukturelle Faktoren wie Arbeitsmarktintegration, Bildungsinvestitionen oder räumliche Inklusion definiert. Die Tragweite von Zuwanderung kann jedoch nicht ausschließlich auf diese Faktoren reduziert werden. Insbesondere gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt wird maßgeblich durch subjektive Dimensionen wie Werthaltungen, individuelles Wohlbefinden und Zugehörigkeitsgefühle geprägt.

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Zeit
18:00 - 20:00
Ort
Elinor-Ostrom-Saal DIW Berlin Raum 1.2.019 Mohrenstr. 58 10117 Berlin
Ansprechpartner/-in
im DIW Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 89789 543
Ansprechpartner/-in
extern
Lukas Marian Fuchs
7. August 2019

Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Investment Losses and Inequality

Systematic differences along the wealth distribution in investment performance will potentially have large consequences for the level and persistence of wealth inequality. These differences in performance are hard to measure except in a few, select countries with detailed information on household portfolios. In this paper we use a modified version of the Global Capital Asset Pricing Model (GCAPM), which relies on classed household portfolio data to measure investment performance in five European countries, where previously no measure of investment performance could be computed. We verify the accuracy of the modified GCAPM using Dutch survey data, which contains unclassed portfolio data enabling direct comparison with the regular GCAPM. In all countries households with less wealth exhibit lower investment performance, even after risk-adjustment. Further, we show that raising investment performance creates large efficiency gains, however, households below the median do not benefit from them.

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Zeit
12:30 - 13:30
Ort
Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
Ansprechpartner/-in
im DIW Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
24. Juli 2019

Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Wealth inequality in Germany, 1895-2017

(together with Thilo Albers (HU Berlin) und Moritz Schularick (Uni Bonn))
This paper provides the first long-run wealth inequality series for Germany. We combine wealth tax data, survey data, national accounts' household balance sheets, and lists of large wealth holders to study the accumulation and distribution of wealth in Germany from 1895 to 2017. We find that wealth concentration in Germany was extremely high in the industrialization period, when the top 1% captured more than half of total net wealth. After World War II, this share was reduced to about a fourth. While wealth inequality has increased since the 1990s when financial assets greatly expanded, the rise of real estate prices since 2010 has enriched the middle class, thereby moderating wealth inequality in Germany in recent years.

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Zeit
12:30 - 13:30
Ort
Joan Robinson Room DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002a Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
Ansprechpartner/-in
im DIW Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
17. Juli 2019

SOEP Brown Bag Seminar 2D:4D and Economic Preferences in a Large Representative Sample of Germans

Over the last decade, there has been a growing interest in the association between 2D:4D, a putative marker for prenatal testosterone exposure, and economic preferences. The results are mixed, and part of the inconclusiveness may come from the typically limited sample sizes as well as the many “researcher degrees of freedom” in the analysis. To firmly test if 2D:4D is associated with economic preferences much larger studies with pre-registered analysis plans are needed. In this study, we will perform the largest study to date on 2D:4D and economic preferences, on a sample of 4500 individuals, representative of Germany’s adult population. We will test if 2D:4D is associated with risk taking, altruism, positive reciprocity, negative reciprocity and trust. The data will be collected via the 2018 wave of the German Socioeconomic Panel-Innovation Sample (SOEP-IS).

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Zeit
12:30 - 13:30
Ort
Besprechungsraum 33002c nn DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002c Mohrenstr. 58 10117 Berlin
Ansprechpartner/-in
im DIW Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
12. Juli 2019

SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Health of Nations: A Comparison of Intergenerational Health Mobility in Denmark, Germany and the United States

Equality of opportunity with respect to health outcomes is severely understudied, while in contrast the cases of income and education have received ample attention in the economic literature. This paper is the first to analyze the importance of family background for health in a cross-country comparison. Using comparable survey data we study sibling correlations in five health outcomes in three countries with different institutions and characteristics in terms of health care provision and income inequality: Denmark, Germany and the US. The main findings are that no country comes out unequivocally as the most mobile, although, perhaps surprisingly, the US exhibit lower sibling correlations on the most outcomes. Exploring simple variance decompositions we show that higher inequality (variance) in US outcomes drives these results, underscoring how sibling correlations measure the relative importance of family background. Our findings are robust to inclusion of various parental socioeconomic controls.

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  • Benita Combet (LMU München)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Francine D. Blau Room DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002b Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
    10. Juli 2019

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Better Together? Heterogeneous Effects of Tracking on Student Achievement

    This study estimates mean and distributional effects of early between-school ability tracking on student achievement. For identification, I exploit heterogeneity in tracking regimes between German federal states. After comprehensive primary school, about 40% of students are selected for the academic track and taught in separate schools in all states. The remaining students, however, are either taught comprehensively or further tracked into two different school forms depending on the state. I estimate the effects of this tracking on students' mathematics and reading test scores with a difference-in-difference-in-differences estimator to eliminate unobserved heterogeneity in achievement levels and trends between states. I find substantial achievement gains from comprehensive versus tracked schooling at ages 10-13. These average effects are almost entirely driven by low-achievers. I do not find evidence for negative effects of comprehensive schooling on the achievement of higher performing students. My results show that decreasing the degree of tracking in early secondary school can reduce inequality while increasing the efficiency of educational production.

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  • Pamela A. Meyerhofer (Cornell University)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
    27. - 28. Juni 2019

    SOEPcampus SOEPcampus@Universität Halle-Wittenberg 2019

    Das Sozio-oekonomische Panel (SOEP) ist eine seit 1984 existierende, für Deutschland repräsentative Langzeitbefragung. Im Rahmen der Studie werden in ausgewählten Haushalten jährlich alle Personen zu Themen des täglichen Lebens befragt. Dazu zählen unter anderem die allgemeine Zufriedenheit, Haushaltszusammensetzung, Freizeitgestaltung, Bildungsstatus und -aspirationen, Einkommens- und Erwerbsbiographie, Wohnsituation, Gesundheitszustand, politische Einstellungen, und vieles mehr.

    Durch die Panelstruktur, die Repräsentativität der Daten, sowie die Breite der Themen ist das SOEP eine der wichtigsten Ressourcen für quantitative sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung mit Bezug auf Deutschland.

    Der zweitägige Workshop bietet eine fundierte und praxisorientierte Einführung in das Arbeiten mit dem umfangreichen Datenangebot des SOEP. Aufbau, Datenstruktur, Ziehungsdesign und Gewichtungsstrategie des SOEP sowie sich daraus ergebende Analysepotentiale werden vorgestellt.

    In diversen „Hands-on Sessions“ können die Teilnehmenden den Datensatz sowie die vom SOEP zur Verfügung gestellte Datenmanagementinfrastruktur in praktischen Übungen kennenlernen. In den Übungen wird der Prozess vom Auffinden der interessierenden Variablen bis zur Erstellung eines Forschungsdatensatzes und der Durchführung erster Analysen nachempfunden. Für diesen Teil sind Grundkenntnisse im Umgang mit der Statistiksoftware STATA sowie grundlegender statistischer Analysemethoden erforderlich. Eine Übersicht der erforderlichen STATA Kenntnisse finden haben wir in diesem Dokument für Sie zusammengestellt. Während des gesamten Workshops stehen SOEP Mitarbeiter selbstverständlich auch für individuelle Fragen zur Verfügung.

    Die Unterrichtssprache ist Deutsch. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und die Anmeldung erfolgt über diesen Link.

    Workshop-Programm

    27.06.2019

    Ab 09:30            Registrierung der Teilnehmer
    10:00-10:15       Begrüßung
    10:15-12:30       Inhalte und Struktur des SOEP
    12:30-13:30       Mittagspause
    13:30-14:30       Serviceleistungen des SOEP/ Paneldata.org
    14:30-14:45       Kaffeepause
    14:45-17:30       Hands-On Session I: Erstellen eines Datensatzes,
                              erste Analysen im Längsschnitt

    28.06.2019

    10:00-11:00        Potentiale und Limitation des SOEP für
                               längsschnittliche Analysen

    11:00-12:30        Hands-On Session II: Intergenerationale
                               und kontextuale Analysen

    12:30-13:30        Mittagspause
    13:30-14:30        Plenum: Ziehungsdesign und Gewichtung im SOEP
    14:30-15:00        Kaffeepause
    15:00-16:00        Hands-On Session III: Gewichtung
    16:00-17:00        SOEP Datenzugang, Abschlussmoderation
                               und Ausblick

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    24. - 26. Juni 2019

    SOEPcampus SOEPcampus@Universität Mannheim 2019
    Längsschnittdatenanalyse mit dem Sozio-oekonomischen Panel (SOEP)

    Der Workshop wird von Prof. Dr. Thomas Gautschi in Zusammenarbeit mit der Längsschnittstudie „Sozio-oekonomisches Panel“/DIW Berlin veranstaltet und findet vom 24. bis zum 26. Juni 2019 an der Universität Mannheim, Seminargebäude A 5, 6, Gebäudeteil C, Raum C-108, Untergeschoss, statt. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich an fortgeschrittene Studierende, Doktoranden und Nachwuchswissenschaftler aus den Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Voraussetzungen für die Teilnahme sind solide Kenntnisse in multivariaten Analyseverfahren und erste praktische Erfahrungen mit der Datenanalyse. Kenntnisse im Arbeiten mit dem SOEP werden nicht vorausgesetzt. In den Beispielen und Übungen im Rahmen des Workshops wird ausschließlich das Statistikprogrammpaket Stata verwendet.

    Die Unterrichtssprache ist Deutsch.

    Teilnahme und Anmeldung

    Die Teilnahmegebühr beträgt 50 Euro. Ansprechpartnerin ist Deborah Gottinger-Würtz (). Die Teilnehmerzahl ist auf 36 Personen begrenzt. Anmeldungen sind ab sofort möglich.
    Nach Ihrer Anmeldung erhalten Sie zeitnah die Rechnung per E-Mail. Die Anmeldung ist erst nach Eingang des Betrags vollständig.

    Ihre Anmeldung ist nach eingegangener Zahlung verbindlich

    Inhalte:

    • Anwendungsorientierte Einführung in den Aufbau, die Inhalte und das Arbeiten mit dem SOEP
    • Vorstellung grundlegender Regressionsmodelle für Paneldaten (Paneldatenanalyse)
    • Vorstellung des Analyseverfahrens Propensity Score Matching

    Ein ausführliches Workshop-Programm finden Sie hier.

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  • Felix Bader, Universität Mannheim

  • Ort
    Universität Mannheim
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 428
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    extern
    Deborah Gottinger-Würtz
    soeporga@mail.uni-mannheim.de
    21. Juni 2019

    DIW Applied Micro Seminar The Roots of Inequality: Estimating Inequality of Opportunity from Regression Trees and Forests

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  • Paul Hufe, ifo Insititut, München

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    Zeit
    13:15 - 14:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 165
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 673
    19. Juni 2019

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Which preferences cause horizontral sex segregation in fields of studies? Some experimental evidence

    Occupational gender segregation is one of the most persistent gender inequalities in the labor market and one contributing factor is the lack of women in STEM fields. Possible explanations for this pattern are the characteristics of the fields of study (creative-associative versus analytical-systematic thinking style required, the number of mathematics courses, competitive atmosphere), and the characteristics of the job for which the field of study prepares for (risky transition to the labour market, social versus technical skills, income, prestige and family-friendly working conditions). However, previous research was not able to tell which factor really contributes to the gender segregation as the characteristics of the fields are highly correlated and cannot be disentangled with survey data. For this reason, I conducted a choice experiment with high school students two years before they start university. The results show that women and men have different preferences except for prestige and risk aversion and that they differ the most in their self-image (thinking style: 20 percentage points difference; technical versus people-oriented skills: 25 percentage points difference).

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  • Benita Combet (LMU München)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Conference Room 33002c nn DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002c Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
    12. Juni 2019

    DIW Applied Micro Seminar New International Evidence on the Effects of Minimum Wages

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  • David Neumark, University of California, Irvine

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    Zeit
    13.15 - 14.30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 165
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 673
    7. Juni 2019

    DIW Applied Micro Seminar Collaborative Learning & Student Outcomes: Evidence from a Field Experiment

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  • Nabanita Datta Gupta, Aarhus University

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    Zeit
    13.15 - 14.30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 165
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 673
    5. Juni 2019

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Paid Family Leave and Fertility: The Case of California

    Current research on maternal and parental leave focuses on leave take-up and employment outcomes, finding that short leaves have beneficial labor market outcomes. As the US faces below replacement fertility and an aging population, we need to consider potential unintended fertility consequences of these policies. Generous European and Australian leave policies have increased fertility and fertility intentions. The unpaid Family Medical Leave Act in the US also increased fertility. Yet, we do not know the effect of short, modestly paid leaves on fertility, especially in the US policy context. Using Synthetic Control Method, I estimate the impact of the introduction of a modest paid family leave policy, California’s Paid Family Leave (CA-PFL), on several fertility outcomes. Preliminary results find no impact of CA-PFL on aggregate birthrates, which is expected given the modest benefits of this policy. As this policy was targeted towards disadvantaged populations who do not have access to paid family leave and/or cannot afford unpaid leave, the next step is to explore heterogenous effects by race, income, and education. I will also test for changes along the intensive margin such as age at birth and birth timing/spacing. While preliminary findings do not show increasing fertility as previous research suggested, CA-PFL also does not appear to dampen fertility. This means that women can reap the labor market and gender equity benefits of paid family leave found in previous research without unintended fertility consequences.

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  • Pamela A. Meyerhofer (Cornell University)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
    5. Juni 2019

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Residential Segregation and Charitable Giving to Refugees

    A large corpus of literature investigates how the presence of ethnic and economic out-group affects pro-social behavior. However, some long-standing theoretical controversies have not yet been resolved and empirical results are mixed. On the one hand, researchers associated with social identity and group-threat theories argue that out-group presence will drive down the pro-social behavior towards the out-group members. On the other hand, social contact theorists claim that residing in the ethnically and economically mixed neighborhoods will have a positive infuence as social contact reduces out-group prejudice. One way to reconcile these two theoretical streams is to take the geographical clustering of social groups into account. Residential segregation will reduce the likelihood of inter-group cooperation by limiting inter-group contact opportunities as well as making group boundaries more salient. My study tests this hypothesis by linking neighborhood-level social indicators and detailed individual-level data on charitable giving to refugees in Germany. I find that likelihood of giving to refugees declines in the city-level immigrant share. However, this effect is driven by the german natives living in the predominantly german neighborhoods.

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    Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Conference Room 33002c nn DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002c Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
    29. Mai 2019

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Multidimensional Inequality Analysis using SOEP data and the Constitution of Germany

    Well-being inequality is a subject that has being extensively covered and which is widely discussed also in the political and civil environment. However, the majority of the studies done in this field are still limited to the analysis of monetary variables, like income, wealth or expenditure, completely forsaking non-monetary elements such as education, health or employment on the basis that monetary variables have the same trends and are sufficiently good proxies of well-being.
    However, many scholars (such as Sen, 1980, 1992, 1997) think the opposite. This presentation aims to go beyond the monetary-only one dimensional approach and to construct a multidimensional measure of inequality comprised of both monetary and non-monetary values, as it has already been done with well-being (Sen, Stiglitz, Fitoussi, 2010) and poverty (Rippin, 2010) and to see the trends and values of well-being multidimensional inequality in Germany before and after the crisis of 2007. The role of non-monetary inequality and gender and regional differences are also important topics that will be analysed.
    At the same time, a strong theoretical background that justifies the choice of dimensions and weights is proposed in the form of the Constitutional Approach by (Burchi, De Muro & Kollar, 2014) which uses the countries' constitutions and annexed documents to identify the most important variables for those countries.
    The analysis will make use of the SOEP, an invaluable source of information on many aspects of well-being and arguably among the best dataset available for this kind of analysis. A comparison with some previous analysis regarding Italy (using IT SILC) will allow to understand the possible outcome of the research made with the SOEP.

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  • Tommaso Bechini  (Sapienza Università di Roma)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Conference Room 33002c nn DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002c Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
    29. Mai 2019

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Changing the incentive to pollute: Heterogeneous effects of waste pricing policies

    To internalize pollution externalities of municipal waste, Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) pricing schemes for unsorted waste are adopted worldwide. This paper estimates causal effects of PAYT on unsorted, recycling and total waste generation, and analyzes the determinants of policy adoption and compliance. The empirical strategy uses a multiple random forest approach on a unique six-year panel data on a large set of covariates for about all municipalities in Italy. Policy adoption is found to be most likely for municipalities with high recycling, and heterogeneous in socio-economic and political variables. Results show that PAYT is on average effective, decreasing per capita unsorted waste up to -72%. Effects are mostly driven by an increase in recycling (up to 40%), and less by waste reduction (up to -19\%). Analyzing heterogeneity reveals that total waste increases (rebound effects) are possible when households have low opportunity costs of recycling, and low education. Thereby, targeting these municipalities with awareness-raising campaigns could increase PAYT effectiveness.

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    Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
    24. Mai 2019

    DIW Applied Micro Seminar TBA

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    Zeit
    13:15 - 14:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 165
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 673
    21. - 22. Mai 2019

    Comparative Life Course Research
    Joint German-Japan Workshop

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    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 490
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 671
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 283
    15. Mai 2019

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Impact of Formal Child Care on Parenting Intensity

    (together with C. Katharina Spieß and Sevrin Waights)
    We examine the impact of day care usage on parenting activities. We measure parenting activities as the amount of time that parents spend on child rearing and, in particular, on educational activities with children. Using time-use data and panel data of a household survey, we estimate the effects at the extensive (use vs. non-use) and intensive (full-day vs. half-day) margins of day care, respectively. We make use of variation in day care availability across age groups and geographies to implement fuzzy-DD and IV-2SLS approaches. Our estimates imply that day care usage reduces the amount of time that parents spend with their children overall but that there are only small impacts on the time spent on educational activities, specifically. As a result, day care usage increases the educational content of the home environment. This finding offers evidence for a previously under-explored channel for child development effects, i.e. through the effect of day care on parenting intensity. We find these effects to be more pronounced for less-educated parents, which may help explain the bigger child development impacts for this group seen in the literature.

    Referent/-in
    Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 356
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 261
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 353
    10. Mai 2019

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Do immigrants prefer regions in which people are generally more open towards immigrants and immigration?

    In my dissertation, I analyse the effect of migrant-open climate on immigrant location choice: Do immigrants prefer regions in which people are generally more open towards immigrants and immigration? I argue that to maximise well-being, immigrants reduce their risk of facing discrimination by choosing regions of residence in which migrant-open climate is higher.To capture revealed preferences, migrant-open climate is a voter-weighted measure of party positions on immigrants and immigration.
    The work in progress I present at the brown bag seminar focuses on the third empirical chapter, which adds an individual analysis of immigrant location choice in Germany, and tests if immigrants' life satisfaction does depend on migrant-open climate. The SOEP sample consists of both direct and indirect immigrants. Explaining variation in immigrants' moving behaviour, I estimate linear probability models with county and year dummies. I find that the migrant-open climate in a county has a positive pull effect on an immigrant's choice of her or his new location of residence. Secondly, I find a significant negative effect of migrant-open climate on immigrants' life satisfaction, which contradicts my theoretical expectation. That result is driven by immigrants who have never moved, by immigrants with an indirect migration background, and by immigrants who have German citizenship.
    Since people's experienced discrimination partly depends on their ethnicity, I compare effects on both moving probability and life satisfaction for different ethnic groups, and test for threshold effects of migrant-open climate on life satisfaction.
    I am interested in general feedback, but would also appreciate your input on modeling ethnicity with SOEP data. To this end, the presentation also includes a SOEP-specific technical section.

    Referent/-in
  • Vera Guill (BGSS)

  • Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
    Ort
    Joan Robinson Room DIW Berlin Raum 3.3.002a Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
    Ansprechpartner/-in
    im DIW Berlin
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 461
    Tel.: +49 30 89789 326
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