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  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Combating Poverty in Europe and Germany

    In: Peter Krause, Gerhard Bäcker, Walter Hanesch (Eds.) , Combating Poverty in Europe
    Aldershot [u.a.] : Ashgate
    S. 1- 19
    | Gerhard Bäcker, Walter Hanesch, Peter Krause
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Why Are Day Care Vouchers an Effective and Efficient Instrument to Combat Child Poverty in Germany?

    In: Peter Krause, Gerhard Bäcker, Walter Hanesch (Eds.) , Combating Poverty in Europe
    Aldershot [u.a.] : Ashgate
    S. 305-316
    | C. Katharina Spieß, Gert G. Wagner
  • Diskussionspapiere 377 / 2003

    Trends in Income Inequality, Pro-Poor Income Growth and Income Mobility

    We provide an analytical framework within which changes in income inequality over time are related to the pattern of income growth across the income range, and the reshuffling of individuals in the income pecking order. We use it to explain how it was possible both for 'the poor' to have fared badly relatively to 'the rich' in the USA during the 1980s (when income inequality grew substantially), and ...

    2003| Stephen P. Jenkins, Philippe VanKerm
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Income Distribution and Social Exclusion of Children: Evidence from Italy and Spain in the 1990s

    In: Journal of Comparative Family Studies 34 (2003), 3, S. 479-495 | Conchita D'Ambrosio, Carlos Gradin
  • Externe Monographien

    Family Related Transfer and Children's Economic Well-Being in Europe

    Luxembourg: CEPS / INSTEAD, 2003, 27 S.
    (CHER Working Paper ; 4)
    | Joachim R. Frick, Birgit Kuchler
  • Diskussionspapiere 1366 / 2014

    The Effects of Family Policy on Mothers' Labor Supply: Combining Evidence from a Structural Model and a Natural Experiment

    Parental leave and subsidized child care are prominent examples of family policies supporting the reconciliation of family life and labor market careers for mothers. In this paper, we combine different empirical strategies to evaluate the employment effects of these policies for mothers in Germany. In particular we estimate a structural labor supply model and exploit a natural experiment, i.e. the ...

    2014| Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan, Katharina Wrohlich
  • SOEPpapers 576 / 2013

    Causal Effects on Employment after First Birth: A Dynamic Treatment Approach

    The effects of childbirth on future labor market outcomes are a key issue for policy discussion. This paper implements a dynamic treatment approach to estimate the effect of having the first child now versus later on future employment for the case of Germany, a country with a long maternity leave coverage. Effect heterogeneity is assessed by estimating ex post outcome regressions. Based on SOEP data, ...

    2013| Bernd Fitzenberger, Katrin Sommerfeld, Susanne Steffes
  • Diskussionspapiere 1208 / 2012

    For Some Mothers More than Others: How Children Matter for Labour Market Outcomes When Both Fertility and Female Employment Are Low

    We estimate the causal relationship between family size and labour market outcomes for families in low fertility and low female employment regime. Family size is instrumented using twinning and gender composition of the first two children. Among families with at least one child we identify the average causal effect of an additional child on mother's employment to be -7.1 percentage points. However, ...

    2012| Krzysztof Karbownik, Michal Myck
  • Externe Monographien

    Optimal Top Marginal Tax Rates under Income Splitting for Couples

    This paper provides formulas for optimal top marginal tax rates when couples are taxed according to income splitting between spouses, consumption is taxed, and the skill distribution is unbounded. Optimal top marginal income tax rates are computed for Germany using a dataset that includes the tax returns of all German top taxpayers. We find that the optimal top marginal tax rate converges to about ...

    Berlin: Freie Univ. Berlin, FB Wirtschaftswiss., 2011, 24 S.
    (Discussion Paper / School of Business & Economics ; 2011,21)
    | Stefan Bach, Giacomo Corneo, Viktor Steiner
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Optimal Top Marginal Tax Rates under Income Splitting for Couples

    This paper provides formulas for optimal top marginal tax rates when couples are taxed according to income splitting between spouses, consumption is taxed, and the skill distribution is unbounded. Optimal top marginal income tax rates are computed for Germany using a dataset that includes the tax returns of all German top taxpayers. We find that the optimal top marginal tax rate converges to about ...

    In: European Economic Review 56 (2012), 6, S. 1055-1069 | Stefan Bach, Giacomo Corneo, Viktor Steiner
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