Team

Felicitas Schikora

Felicitas Schikora
Role
Research Associate
Research Infrastructure
German Socio- Economic Panel study
Field(s) of work
Applied Panel Analyses
Key activities

Applied Microeconomics, Labor Economics, Migration, Refugees

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Digitale Wirtschaft : Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2018
    Freiburg, 02.09.2018 - 05.09.2018

    The Effect of Initial Placement Restrictions on Refugees' Language Acquisition in Germany
    Felicitas Schikora

  • Vortrag The Impact of Public Policies on Labor Markets and Income Distribution : 74th Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF 2017)
    Tampere, Finnland, 21.08.2018 - 23.08.2018

    The Effect of Initial Placement Restrictions on Refugees’ Language Acquisition in Germany
    Felicitas Schikora

  • Vortrag 15th IZA Annual Migration Meeting
    Bonn, 09.08.2018 - 10.08.2018

    The Effect of Initial Placement Restrictions on Refugees’ Language Acquisition in Germany
    Felicitas Schikora

  • Vortrag SOEP 2018 : 13th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference
    Berlin, 19.07.2018 - 20.07.2018

    The Effect of Initial Placement Restrictions on Refugees’ Language Acquisition in Germany
    Felicitas Schikora

  • Vortrag Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen, DIW Berlin
    Berlin, 14.02.2018

    The Impact of Initial Placement Restrictions on Labor Market Outcomes of Refugees
    Felicitas Schikora

  • CV - Short Version

    Felicitas Schikora is a Ph.D. student at the DIW Graduate Center in Berlin. She began her academic career with an interdisciplinary Bachelor’s program (Governance and Public Policy, Economics as major subject) at the University of Passau. Subsequently, she stayed at the Eberhard-Karls University of Tübingen and the University of Connecticut (UConn), United States, for her Master’s program. She conducted her thesis as a part of a research project at the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IAW), Tübingen, where she also worked as a student assistent. The thesis investigated occupational careers within the non-medical healthcare industry in Germany and examined decisive parameters that motivate employees to a drop out of their profession early in their employment careers. She joined the DIW Graduate Center with the 2016 cohort.