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Redistributive effects of social benefits in Poland vs analogous effects in other European countries

Differdange: CEPS/INSTEAD, 2003,
(CHER Document No. 12)
| Ewa Aksman

The paradox of falling job satisfaction with rising job stickiness in the German nursing workforce between 1990 and 2013

Literature reports a direct relation between nurses’ job satisfaction and their job retention (stickiness). The proper planning and management of the nursing labor market necessitates the understanding of job satisfaction and retention trends. The objectives of the study are to identify trends in, and the interrelation between, the job satisfaction and job stickiness of German nurses in the 1990–2013 ...

In: Human Resources for Health 15 (2017), 1, 55 | Mohamad Alameddine, Jan Michael Bauer, Martin Richter, Alfonso Sousa-Poza

Immigration, Social Networks and Occupational Mismatch

In this study we investigate the link between the job search channels that workers use to find employment and the probability of occupational mismatch in the new job. Our specific focus is on differences between native and immigrant workers. We use data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) over the period 2000-2014. First, we document that referral hiring via social networks is the most frequent ...

Bielefeld: Center for Mathematical Economics, 2019,
(Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers. Vol 612.)
| Sevak Alaverdyan, Anna Zaharieva

Immigration, Social Networks, and Occupational Mismatch

In this study we investigate the link between the job search channels that workers use to <U+FB01>nd employment and the probability of occupational mismatch in the new job. Our speci<U+FB01>c focus is on differences between native and immigrant workers. We use data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) over the period 2000-2014. First, we document that referral hiring via social networks ...

SOEPpapers 1033 | Sevak Alaverdyan, Anna Zaharieva

Trust, risk and time preferences: evidence from survey data

The paper shows that time preferences and risk preferences are key covariates of self-reported trust. They both predict negatively a measure of generalized trust; however, risk aversion is positively correlated with an index of particularized trusting behaviour (which refers to the circle of known people).

In: International Review of Economics 64 (2017), 4, 367-388 | Giuseppe Albanese, Guido de Blasio, Paolo Sestito

How Rising Income Inequality Influenced Economic Growth in Germany

The cumulative growth rate of the German economy since reunification would have been around two percentage points higher if income inequality had remained constant. This is whatsimulations using the DIW Macroeconomic Model have shown. They were made under the assumption that the income distribution dynamics would not be influenced by any feedback effects of economic growth. In 2015, Germany’s real ...

DIW Economic Bulletin 7 (2017), 10, 113-121| Hanne Albig, Marius Clemens, Ferdinand Fichtner, Stefan Gebauer, Simon Junker, Konstantin Kholodilin

Earnings Prospects for People with Migration Background in Germany

Mannheim: Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), 2007,
(ZEW Discussion Paper No. 07-031)
| Alisher Aldashev, Johannes Gernandt, Stephan L. Thomsen

The Immigrant Wage Gap in Germany

Mannheim: Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW), 2008,
(ZEW Discussion Paper No. 08-089)
| Alisher Aldashev, Johannes Gernandt, Stephan L. Thomsen
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