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Publications of the Project: The Spread of the Coronavirus in Germany: Socio-Economic Factors and Consequences (SOEP-CoV)

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  • Diskussionspapiere 1903 / 2020

    COVID-19: A Crisis of the Female Self-Employed

    We investigate how the economic consequences of the pandemic, and of the government-mandated measures to contain its spread, affected the self-employed relative to employed individuals in Germany and, secondly, to what extent the female self-employed were more strongly hit than their male counterparts. For our analysis, we use representative, real-time survey data where respondents are asked about ...

    2020| Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
  • SOEPpapers 1132 / 2021

    Time Spent on School-Related Activities at Home during the Pandemic: A Longitudinal Analysis of Social Group Inequality among Secondary School Students

    Substantial educational inequalities have been documented in Germany for decades. In this article, we examine whether educational inequalities among children have increased or remained the same since the school closures of spring 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our perspective is longitudinal: We compare the amount of time children in secondary schools spent on school-related activities at home ...

    2021| Sabine Zinn, Michael Bayer
  • SOEPpapers 1108 / 2020

    Covid-19: A Crisis of the Female Self-Employed

    We investigate how the economic consequences of the pandemic, and of the government-mandated measures to contain its spread, affected the self-employed relative to employed individuals in Germany and, secondly, to what extent the female self-employed were more strongly hit than their male counterparts. For our analysis, we use representative real-time survey data in which respondents were asked about ...

    2020| Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
  • SOEPpapers 1096 / 2020

    Coronavirus & Care: How the Coronavirus Crisis Affected Fathers’ Involvement in Germany

    Background: As a response to the spread of the coronavirus in Germany, day care centres and schools closed nationwide, leaving families to grapple with additional child care tasks. In Germany, as in many other societies, women shoulder the lion’s share of housework and child care responsibilities. While the gendered division of household labour has shifted in recent years as men have become more engaged ...

    2020| Michaela Kreyenfeld, Sabine Zinn, Theresa Entringer, Jan Goebel, Markus M. Grabka, Daniel Graeber, Martin Kroh, Hannes Kröger, Simon Kühne, Stefan Liebig, Carsten Schröder, Jürgen Schupp, Johannes Seebauer
  • SOEPpapers 1083 / 2020

    COVID-19 Is Not Affecting All Working People Equally

    The corona pandemic and the political measures undertaken to contain it are changing the working conditions of many people in Germany. Based on data from the first tranche of a supplementary survey (SOEP-Cov) to the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), this study analyzes the effects of the corona crisis on Germany’s working population in 2019. In this paper, we investigate how severely people have ...

    2020| Carsten Schröder, Theresa Entringer, Jan Goebel, Markus M. Grabka, Daniel Graeber, Martin Kroh, Hannes Kröger, Simon Kühne, Stefan Liebig, Jürgen Schupp, Johannes Seebauer, Sabine Zinn
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    In Reply: Letters to the Editor Attitudes Toward Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination in Germany: A Representative Analysis of Data from the Socio-economic Panel for the Year 2021

    In: Deutsches Ärzteblatt International 120 (2023), 12, S. 12 | Carsten Schröder
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Attitudes Toward Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination in Germany: A Representative Analysis of Data from the Socio-economic Panel for the Year 2021

    Adequate immunity to COVID-19 apparently cannot be attained in Germany by voluntary vaccination alone, and therefore the introduction of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination is still under consideration. We present findings on the potential acceptance of such a requirement by the German population, and we report on the reasons given for accepting or rejecting it and how these reasons vary according to population ...

    In: Deutsches Ärzteblatt International 119 (2022), 19, S. 335–341 | Thomas Rieger, Christoph Schmidt-Petri, Carsten Schröder
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Social Norms and Preventive Behaviors in Japan and Germany during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    According to a recent paper by Gelfand et al., COVID-19 infection and case mortality rates are closely connected to the strength of social norms: “Tighter” cultures that abide by strict social norms are more successful in combating the pandemic than “looser” cultures that are more permissive. However, countries with similar levels of cultural tightness exhibit big differences in mortality rates. We ...

    In: Frontiers in Public Health (2022), 10, 842177 | Christoph Schmidt-Petri, Carsten Schröder, Toshihiro Okubo, Daniel Graeber, Thomas Rieger
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    COVID-19: a Crisis of the Female Self-Employed

    We investigate how the economic consequences of the pandemic and the government-mandated measures to contain its spread affect the self-employed — particularly women — in Germany. For our analysis, we use representative, real-time survey data in which respondents were asked about their situation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our findings indicate that among the self-employed, who generally face a higher ...

    In: Journal of Population Economics 34 (2021), S. 1141–1187 | Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Coronavirus and Care: How the Coronavirus Crisis Affected Fathers’ Involvement in Germany

    Background: Some have hypothesized that the coronavirus crisis may result in a retraditionalization of behaviour. This paper examines this hypothesis by analyzing how the time fathers and mothers spent with their children changed during the first lockdown in the case of Germany.Methods: Data for this investigation come from the German Socio-Economic Panel. The outcome variable is the time spent on ...

    In: Demographic Research 44 (2021), Art. 4, S. 99-124 | Michaela Kreyenfeld, Sabine Zinn
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