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  • SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    The Economic Consequences of Being Widowed by War: A Life-Cycle Perspective (with J. Stuhler)

    Despite millions of war widows worldwide, little is known about the economic consequences of being widowed by war. We use life history data from West Germany to show that war widowhood increased women’s employment immediately after World War II but led to lower employment rates later in life. War widows, therefore, carried a double burden of employment and childcare while their children were young...

    17.07.2024| Sebastian Braun, University of Bayreuth
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    Nowcasting Income Inequality in Germany

    Current developments in the labor income distribution shape the business cycle and the transmission of fiscal and monetary policy measures. During economic crises, timely and well targeted economic policy becomes essential but the volatility of the (labor) income distribution is particularly high. Detailed distributional data on household incomes becomes available after one year at the earliest....

    03.07.2024| Laura Pagenhardt
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    19.06.2024| Kirsten Sehnbruch, London School of Economics and International Inequalities Institute
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    05.06.2024| Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembourg
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    How resilient is public support for carbon pricing? Longitudinal evidence from Germany

    The success of climate policies depends crucially on the dynamics of public support. Using unique longitudinal data from three surveys conducted between 2019 and 2022, we study the variations of public support for carbon pricing in Germany. The period includes two relevant events: the introduction and ramping up of carbon pricing in Germany and the exogenous increase in energy prices following the...

    22.05.2024| Stephan Sommer, Bochum University of Applied Sciences and RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
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    Ethnic segregation in a stratified school system: Does ability tracking hamper ‘white flight’ from local schools?

    Research on parental school choice provides strong evidence of so-called ‘white flight’ – that ethnic majority parents avoid choosing a local school if it contains large numbers of ethnic minority students. In this study, we examine such segregating choices in a formally stratified school system. Theoretically, we argue that segregating choices are less common in an educational setting where...

    08.05.2024| Hanno Kruse, University of Bonn
  • SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Intervivos Gifts as Informal Insurance Responses to Adverse Life Events

    We investigate if and how adverse life events – early widowhood, divorce, disability, job loss - trigger informal insurance responses in the form of intervivos gifts. Drawing from Dutch register data, we construct comprehensive panels comprising individuals undergoing such shocks in the period 2011-2017, and we analyse the patterns of gift receipt surrounding these events. We run separate event...

    24.04.2024| Mathis Sansu, Paris-Panthéon-Assas University and French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)
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    Exploring effects of life-like virtual interviewers on respondents’ answers in a smartphone survey

    Inexpensive and time-efficient web surveys have increasingly replaced survey interviews, especially conducted in person. Even well-known social surveys, such as the European Social Survey, follow this trend. However, web surveys suffer from low response rates and frequently struggle to assure that the data are of high quality. New advances in communication technology and artificial intelligence...

    09.04.2024| Jan Karem Höhne, DZHW and Leibniz University Hannover
  • Conference

    The Power of Where – Spatial Insights from Survey Data

    Joint Spring Meeting of BBSR, BTU & SOEP RegioHub Linking survey data with spatial data is an emerging topic in the social sciences, providing the possibility to contextualize sociodemographic information and social attitudes with geospatial data such as regional indicators, neighborhood information, or environmental time series. The provision of health care, education, housing markets, or...

    29.02.2024| Daniel Meyer (BBSR), Antonia Milbert (BBSR), Simon Kühne (Bielefeld University), Julia Binder (BTU), Jan Goebel
  • Diskussionspapiere 2077 / 2024

    New Trade Models, Same Old Emissions?

    This paper investigates the elusive role of productivity heterogeneity in new trade models in the trade and environment nexus. We contrast the Eaton-Kortum and the Melitz models with firm heterogeneity to the Armington and Krugman models without heterogeneity. We show that if firms have a constant emission share in terms of sales — as they do in a wide range of trade and environment models — the three ...

    2024| Robin Sogalla, Joschka Wanner, Yuta Watabe
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