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  • Research Project

    DECIPHE – Demographic Change and the Intergenerational Persistence in Homeownership in Europe

    DECIPHE is the first project to comprehensively study whether and how profound demographic changes in Europe impact the intergenerational persistence of homeownership, considering variations across countries, regions, and birth cohorts. It adopts a life course framework on housing tenure, in which individuals’ homeownership is shaped by their household members’ preferences and resources and...

    Current Project| German Socio-Economic Panel study
  • Infographic

    Restricted healthcare puts a strain on refugees and society

    19.03.2024
  • Diskussionspapiere 2070 / 2024

    The Effect of Migration on Careers of Natives: Evidence from Long-term Care

    This paper examines the effect of increasing foreign staffing on the labor market outcomes of native workers in the German long-term care sector. Using administrative social security data covering the universe of long-term care workers and policy-induced exogenous variation, we find that increased foreign staffing reduces labor shortages but has diverging implications for the careers of native workers ...

    2024| Peter Haan, Izabela Wnuk
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Immigration, Female Labour Supply and Local Cultural Norms

    We study the local evolution of female labour supply and cultural norms in West Germany in reaction to the sudden presence of East Germans who migrated to the West after reunification. These migrants grew up with high rates of maternal employment, whereas West German families mostly followed the traditional breadwinner-housewife model. We find that West German women increase their labour supply and ...

    In: The Economic Journal 134 (2024), 659, S. 1146–1172 | Jonas Jessen, Sophia Schmitz, Felix Weinhardt
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Effect of Area-Level Socioeconomic Deprivation on Mental and Physical Health: A Longitudinal Natural Experiment among Refugees in Germany

    Existing studies on contextual health effects struggle to account for compositional bias, limiting causal interpretation. We use refugee dispersal in Germany as a natural experiment to study the effect of area-level socioeconomic deprivation on mental and physical health, while considering the potential mediating role of neighbourhood characteristics. Refugees subject to dispersal (n = 1466) are selected ...

    In: SSM - Population Health 25 (2024), 101596, 11 S. | Louise Biddle, Kayvan Bozorgmehr
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Health of Parents, Their Children's Labor Supply, and the Role of Migrant Care Workers

    In: Journal of Labor Economics (2024) im Ersch. | Wolfgang Frimmel, Martin Halla, Jörg Paetzold, Julia Schmieder
  • Nicht-referierte Aufsätze

    Utilisation of Dental Services by Refugees in Germany: Results of the Population-Based RESPOND Survey

    Background: The utilisation of outpatient dental services is an important indicator for monitoring healthcare provision in Germany. In the general population, the 12-month prevalence of dental service utilization is 82.2%. For refugees, this indicator has hardly been measured, although studies suggest an objectively high need for dental care. Methodology: As part of the population-based cross-sectional ...

    In: Journal of Health Monitoring 9 (2024), S1, 10 S. | Kayvan Bozorgmehr, Maren Hintermeier, Louise Biddle, Claudia Hövener, Nora Gottlieb
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Proximity to Refugee Accommodations Does not Affect Locals’ Attitudes toward Refugees: Evidence from Germany

    With the so-called 'long summer of migration' of 2015, there was an urgent need to accommodate many refugees in Germany. This situation was framed as a 'refugee reception crisis', and it revealed diametrically opposed stances within German society. Within this debate, anti-refugee sentiment is often explained with the placement of nearby refugee reception facilities. Conclusive evidence of this claim ...

    In: European Sociological Review (2024), im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-06-01] | Katja Schmidt, Jannes Jacobsen, Theresa Iglauer
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Bridging Distance: Transnational and Local Family Ties in Refugees’ Social Support Networks

    This study examines the familial ties in the social support network of refugees in Germany. Itinvestigates whether distance to family plays a role in the provision of emotional and informationalsupport and how this relationship is moderated by social network services (SNS). Usingdata from the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees (N¼5237), the paper provides evidence for afamily-centred network. Increasing ...

    In: Journal of Refugee Studies (2024), im Ersch. [online first: 2024-05-25] | Ellen Heidinger
  • DIW Weekly Report 12 / 2024

    Extended Restrictions to Health Care Entitlements for Refugees: Negative Health Consequences Without the Anticipated Savings

    Refugees have limited health care entitlements during the asylum process. In February 2024, the maximum length of this exclusion period was increased from 18 to 36 months. This increase may double the actual waiting time, which is currently already more than one year, as data from the Socio-Economic Panel show. This particularly affects refugees with a low level of education and little knowledge of ...

    2024| Louise Biddle
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