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  • Diskussionspapiere 265 / 2001

    The Anatomy of Subjective Well-Being

    Subjective Well-Being has increasingly been studied by several economists. This paper fits in that literature but takes into account that there are different aspects of life such as health, financial situation, and job. We call them domains. In this paper, we consider Subjective Well-Being as a composite of various domain satisfactions (DS). We postulate a two -layer model where individual Subjective ...

    2001| Bernard M. S. van Praag, P. Frijters, Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Living Conditions of Immigrant Children in Germany

    In: Koen Vleminckx, Timothy M. Smeeding (Eds.) , Child Well-Being, Child Poverty and Child Policy in Modern Nations
    Bristol : Policy Press
    S. 275-298
    | Joachim R. Frick, Gert G. Wagner
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    The Impact of Poverty on Children's School Attendance: Evidence from West-Berlin

    In: Koen Vleminckx, Timothy M. Smeeding (Eds.) , Child Well-Being, Child Poverty and Child Policy in Modern Nations
    Bristol : Policy Press
    S. 151-173
    | Felix Büchel, Joachim R. Frick, Peter Krause, Gert G. Wagner
  • Externe Monographien

    Child Poverty in Britain and Germany

    London: Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society, 2001, V, 47 S. (276,1 KB) | Stephen P. Jenkins, Christian Schluter, Gert G. Wagner
  • Materialien 9 / 2001

    Child Poverty in Britain and Germany

    2001| Stephen P. Jenkins, Christian Schluter, Gert G. Wagner
  • Diskussionspapiere 253 / 2001

    Income Redistribution and the Political Economy of Social Health Insurance: Comparing Germany and Switzerland

    In many countries, collectively financed health insurance systems or health services delivery systems (such as the NHS) exist. Typically, these institutions are financed via general taxes or specific contributions levied on earnings. As benefits are not dependent upon income, this implies a redistribution from high to low earners. An exception can be found in Switzerland, where equal per-capita contributions ...

    2001| Friedrich Breyer
  • Diskussionspapiere 255 / 2001

    Life Course Risks, Mobility Regimes, and Mobility Consequences: A Comparison of Sweden, Germany and the U.S.

    Intragenerational mobility has been a central concern in sociology, especially in the latter half of the 20th century. Most of this analysis has proceeded using measures of social position that are functions of an individual's occupation. This approach has been based on two primary justifications. First, occupational mobility is a key attribute of labor market structure, and the labor market, along ...

    2001| Thomas A. DiPrete
  • Diskussionspapiere 256 / 2001

    Decomposing Permanent and Transitory Poverty

    In der vorliegenden Arbeit wird eine neue Berechnungsweise des Anteils permanenter Armut an der gesamten vorhandenen Armut vorgestellt. Es wird gezeigt, dass der weithin genutzte Shorrocks-Index zur Zerlegung von permanenter und transitorischer Ungleichheit auch zur Beschreibung von Armut genutzt werden kann. Damit können Unzulänglichkeiten in der von Rodgers & Rodgers (1993) gewählten Berechnung behoben ...

    2001| Jan Goebel
  • Externe Monographien

    The Impact of Eastern Enlargement on Employment and Labour Markets in the EU Member States: Final Report ; Manuscript Completed in 2001

    Brussels: European Commission, 2001, XIV, 240 S.
    (Employment and European Social Fund)
    | Part A.: Herbert Brücker with Contrib. by Heike Belitz, Uta Möbius, Wolfram Schrettl, Dieter Schumacher, Parvati Trübswetter et al. Part B: Giuseppe Bertola, Tito Boeri, Michael Burda et al.
  • Externe referierte Aufsätze

    Immigrants, Natives and Social Assistance: Comparable Take-Up under Comparable Circumstances

    Are immigrants on welfare because they are more likely to be eligible or because they are more likely to claim benefits for which they are eligible? The answer is politically important, but because most current research on immigration and welfare is based on data from the United States, the answer is difficult due to the complexities of the transfer system which make eligibility determinations difficult. ...

    In: International Migration Review 35 (2001), 135, S. 726-748 | Edward Castronova, Hilke Kayser, Joachim R. Frick, Gert G. Wagner
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