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Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 2 / 1999

Income, Change in Income and Life-Satisfaction: A Study over Time in West Germany and the Russian Federation

1999| Peggy Schyns
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 2 / 1999

Best Cases of the Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism: The Netherlands, United States, and West Germany

1999| Bruce Headey, Robert E. Goodin, Ruud Muffles, Henk-Jan Dirven
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 2 / 1999

The Effect of Redistribution of Income Risk: Estimates from the PACO Database

1999| Edward J. Bird
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 2 / 1999

The Sensitivity of Family Income to Changes in Family Structures and Job Change in the United States and Germany

1999| Thomas A. DiPrete, Patricia A. McManus
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How Unification and Immigration Affected the German Income Distribution

The German economy is not only affected by unification of Germany but by a significant influx of immigrants from abroad and huge migration from East to West Germany around the date of unification. Data from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (GSOEP) allows one to disentangle those effects by decomposition of the Theil I(0)-Index of inequality. In addition, the paper offers insights into the transition ...

In: European Economic Review 43 (1999), 4-6, S. 867-878 | Markus M. Grabka, Johannes Schwarze, Gert G. Wagner
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Globalisation, Unemployment and Social Inequality: a Farewell to Welfare?

In: Konjunkturpolitik 44 (1998), 1, S. 1-30 | Ludger Lindlar, Harald Trabold
Economic Bulletin 5 / 1998

The Effect of the Increase in VAT on Private Households

1998| Klaus-Dietrich Bedau, Stefan Fahrländer, Bernhard Seidel, Dieter Teichmann
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The Income of Socialist Upper Classes during the Transition to Capitalism: Evidence from Longitudinal East German Data

We use data from the East German sample of the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) to examine the incomes of privileged individuals during the transition from socialism to capitalism. The standard measure of elite status is party membership, but this measure is likely to be inaccurate. Instead we identify the upperclass by the ownership of a telephone before the fall of the Berlin Wall. We find that ...

In: Journal of Comparative Economics 26 (1998), 2, S. 211-225 | Edward J. Bird, Joachim R. Frick, Gert G. Wagner
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Comment: The Political Economy of International Labour Standards ; Conference Paper

In: Stanley W. Black (Ed.) , Globalization, Technological Change, and Labor Markets
Boston [u.a.] : Kluwer
S. 317-324
| Siegfried Schultz
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