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Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

Can Gender Quotas in Candidate Lists Empower Women? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design

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

29.04.2019| Manuel Bagues (Aalto University)
Workshop

Gender Economics Workshop

Documentation of the event

18.10.2018
Seminar Series on Research in Development Economics

Social Norms, Women's status and Domestic Violence: Evidence from India's Northeast

29.11.2018| Stefan Klonner, Universität Heidelberg
Seminar Series on Research in Development Economics

Polarising or unifying? The impact of priming on attitudes towards women empowerment in Tunisia

Abstract

21.06.2018| Michael Grimm, Universität Passau
Weekly Report

Increasing number of women on supervisory boards of major companies in Germany: executive boards still dominated by men

By Elke Holst and Katharina Wrohlich The gender quota for supervisory boards is continuing to show its impact: the proportion of women on the supervisory boards of the 200 highest-performing companies in Germany increased by over two percentage ...

18.01.2019| Elke Holst, Katharina Wrohlich
Weekly Report

Women on high-level boards of banks and insurance companies: growth coming to a standstill on supervisory boards

By Elke Holst and Katharina Wrohlich The proportion of women on executive boards of the 100 largest banks stagnated at almost nine percent in 2018. In the 60 largest insurance companies, the proportion increased by a good percentage point to almost

18.01.2019| Elke Holst, Katharina Wrohlich
Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

The “End of Men” and Rise of Women in the High-Skilled Labor Market

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

15.10.2018| Henry E. Siu, University of British Columbia
Weekly Report

Also on Sundays, Women Perform Most of the Housework and Child Care

by Claire Samtleben Paid and unpaid work are still distributed very unequally between men and women in Germany. Regardless of time restrictions imposed by gainful employment, there is a gender- specific gap in time spent on housework and child care

11.03.2019| Claire Samtleben
Weekly Report

Strong Correlation between Large Gender Pay Gaps and Non-Linear Pay in Certain Occupations

by Aline Zucco The gender pay gap of 21 percent in Germany is partly due to the fact that men and women work in different occupations. However, considerable pay gaps between men and women can also be observed within occupations, although the gap is

11.03.2019| Aline Zucco
Weekly Report

Differences in Full-Time Work Experience Explain almost a Quarter of the Gender Pay Gap in Management Positions

Women still earn less than men on average in Germany. This applies to management positions even more: between 2010 and 2016, there was an average gender pay gap of 30 percent in gross hourly earnings. If gender-specific differences in relevant wage .

30.08.2018| Elke Holst
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