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Externe referierte Aufsätze

Using the Dirichlet Process to Form Clusters of People’s Concerns in the Context of Future Party Identification

Connections between interindividual differences and people’s behavior has been widely researched in various contexts, often by using top-down group comparisons to explain interindividual differences. In contrast, in this study, we apply a bottom-up .

In: PloS one 14 (2019), 3, e0212944, 20 S. | Patrick Meyer, Fenja M. Schophaus, Thomas Glassen, Jasmin Riedl, Julia M. Rohrer, Gert G. Wagner, Timo von Oertzen
Data Documentation 98 / 2019

The Employee Survey "Expectations towards Economy and Society" – Legitimation of Inequality over the Life-Span: Codebook for the Second Wave (LINOS-2)

2019| Jule Adriaans, Philipp Eisnecker, Sebastian Hülle, Julian Klassen, Stefan Liebig, Peter Valet
Data Documentation 97 / 2019

"Erwartungen an Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft" – Legitimation of Inequality over the Life-Span: Feldbericht und Codebuch zur zweiten Welle (LINOS-2)

2019| Jule Adriaans, Philipp Eisnecker, Sebastian Hülle, Julian Klassen, Stefan Liebig, Peter Valet
SOEPcampus

SOEPcampus@University of Osnabrück

This two day workshop offers a well-grounded and practically oriented introduction into this sophisticated data source. Participants will be introduced to the content of the study, its data-structure, sample selection and weighting strategy and they ...

22.10.2019| Johannes König
Monographien

Essays on Structural Vector Autoregressions Identified through Time-Varying Volatility

Berlin: FU Berlin, 2019, XXX, 170, XLV S. | Thore Schlaak
Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

The role of heterogeneous expectations in life cycle models

BAMS is a joint seminar by the DIW Berlin, the Hertie School of Governance, the HU Berlin and the WZB.

17.02.2020| R. Vincent Pohl (University of Georgia)
DIW Weekly Report 3 / 2020

Financial Stability: New, Detailed Datasets Allow for Innovation of Stress Tests

The 2008-2010 crisis has shown that authorities were missing crucial information necessary to identify risks to the financial system in an accurate and timely manner. To be prepared for future crises, a range of legislation in Europe and beyond was .

2020| Justus Inhoffen, Iman van Lelyveld
Externe referierte Aufsätze

Same, but Different? Testing Monetary Policy Shock Measures

In this study, we determine the reliability and exogeneity of four popular monetary policy shock measures, namely the narrative series of Romer and Romer (2004), the high-frequency series of Barakchian and Crowe (2013), the high-frequency series of .

In: Economics Letters 184 (2019), 108640, 5 S. | Stephanie Ettmeier, Alexander Kriwoluzky
Monographien

Integrating Randomized Controlled Field Trials into (Existing) Panel Surveys: The "Mentoring of Refugees" Study

Randomized controlled trials (RCT) are the gold standard in research design for studying causal relationships. In migration studies, they can, for instance, help studying the effects of government and non-government programs on migrant integration. .

2019, 9 S.
(Briefs on Methodological, Ethical and Epistemological Issues ; 7)
| Nicolas Legewie, Philipp Jaschke, Magdalena Krieger, Martin Kroh, Lea-Maria Löbel, Diana Schacht
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