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Spurious Correlations in Quantile-Based Consumption Spillover Tests

Consumption spillovers are difficult to estimate. Many tests in the literature argue that spillovers cause positive correlations between individual consumption levels and aggregate income quantiles. This paper develops simulation-based procedures for evaluating reduced-form tests for consumption spillovers. I find that the correlation found in prior tests may be spurious, arising from the mechanical ...

2021, | Han Wang
SOEP Survey Papers ; 1050 : Series B - Survey Reports (Methodenberichte) / 2021

SOEP-Core – 2020: Report of Survey Methodology and Fieldwork

2021| Martin Rathje, Axel Glemser

Income loss among the self-employed: implications for individual wellbeing and pandemic policy measures

Due to the pandemic-induced economic crisis, self-employed individuals are currently suffering considerable income losses. The self-employed and the members in their households usually form an economic unit. As a consequence, the income cuts not only affect the self-employed themselves but also the rest of their household. We used the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) to calculate how much income ...

In: Review of Economics of the Household (online first) (2021), | Stefan Schneck

Should Schools Grade Student Behavior? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Comportment Grade Reforms

Numerous countries require teachers to assign comportment grades rating students’ social and work behavior in the classroom. However, the impact of such policies on student outcomes remains unknown. We exploit the staggered introduction of comportment grading across German federal states to estimate its causal effect on students’ school-to-work transitions as well as cognitive and non-cognitive abilities. ...

Munich: CESifo, 2021,
(CESifo Working Paper No. 9275)
| Florian Schoner, Lukas Mergele, Larissa Zierow

Feel dragged out: a recovery perspective in the relationship between emotional exhaustion and entrepreneurial exit

Purpose: This study investigates the relationship between emotional exhaustion and entrepreneurial exit, particularly how this relationship might be invigorated by two critical psychological factors, namely cognitive well-being (CWB) and affective well-being (AWB). Design/methodology/approach: Binary logistic regression analysis was employed on a longitudinal data set of 997 self-employed individuals ...

In: Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (online first) (2021), | Subhan Shahid, Yasir Mansoor Kundi

Happiness adaptation to high income: Evidence from German panel data

This paper is the first to use national representative panel data to demonstrate that individuals do not adapt to high income in the long run: after five or more years, the life satisfaction of high-income people is still higher than that of the average population. Using entropy balancing (EB) matching and Lasso variable selection to reweight the control group yields similar results.

In: Economics Letters 206 (2021), 109995 | Jianbo Luo

Hygiene Behavior in Face of the Corona Pandemic: Compliance Rates and Associations With Fear, SARS-COV-2 risk, Mental Health and Disability

Background: During the COVID-19 pandemic, hygiene behaviors such as keeping distance, avoid-ing masses, wearing face masks and adhering to hand hygiene recommendations became impera-tive. The current study aims to determine factors interrelating with hygiene behaviors. Methods: 4,049 individuals (1,305 male, 2,709 female, aged 18-80 years) were recruited from rehabilitation clinics or freely on the ...

2021,
(Preprints.org Preprint)
| Sonia Lippke, Franziska M. Keller, Christina Derksen, Lukas Kötting, Alina Dahmen

Parenting daughters does not increase monetary prosocial behavior: evidence from the Dictator game

Prior work suggests that parenting daughters makes the preferences of men more in line with those of women. We use behavior in a Dictator game as a measure of pure social preferences, to test whether parenting daughters increases prosociality, specifically charitable giving. Data is sourced from the German Socio-Economic Panel, where 1,461 participants decided how to split a 50€ endowment between themselves ...

2021,
(PsyArXiv Preprints)
| Johannes Leder, Pawel Niszczota

Time, Income and Subjective Well-Being – 20 years of Interdependent Multidimensional Polarization in Germany

Society drifts apart in many dimensions. Economists focus on income of the poor and rich and the distribution of income but a broader spectrum of dimensions is required to draw the picture of multiple facets of individual life. In our study of multidimensional polarization we extend the income dimension by time, a pre-requisite and fundamental resource of any individual activity. In particular, we ...

Ottawa: International Association for Research in Income and Wealth (IARIW), 2021,
(36th IARIW Virtual General Conference Paper)
| Joachim Merz, Bettina Scherg

On the Use of Aggregate Survey Data for Estimating Regional Major Depressive Disorder Prevalence

Major depression is a severe mental disorder that is associated with strongly increased mortality. The quantification of its prevalence on regional levels represents an important indicator for public health reporting. In addition to that, it marks a crucial basis for further explorative studies regarding environmental determinants of the condition. However, assessing the distribution of major depression ...

In: Psychometrika (online first) (2021), | Domingo Morales, Joscha Krause, Jan Pablo Burgard
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