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Alternative Approaches to Discrete Working Time Choice in an AGE Framework

We compare two options of integrating discrete working time choice of heterogenous households into a general equilibrium model. The first, known from the literature, produces household heterogeneity through a working time preference parameter. We contrast this with a model that directly incorporates a logit discrete-choice approach into a AGE framework. On the grounds of both calibration consistency ...

Mannheim: Centre for European Economic Research, 2005,
(ZEW Discussion Paper No. 05-62)
| Melanie Arntz, Stefan Boeters, Nicole Gürtzgen

The need for and use of panel data

Stability and change are essential elements of social reality and economic progress. Cross-sectional surveys are a means of providing information on specific issues at a particular point in time, though without providing any information about the prevailing stability. Limited information on change can be obtained by retrospective questioning, but this is often impaired by “recall bias.” However, valid ...

Bonn: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), 2017, | Hans-Jürgen Andreß

The Economic Consequences of Partnership Dissolution - A Comparative Analysis of Panel Studies from Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Sweden

The paper analyses the economic consequences of partnership dissolution in different institutional settings. Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Sweden are selected as representatives of four prototypical models of family support (market model, extended family model, male breadwinner model, dual earner model). It is assumed that these four types of family support create specific dependencies ...

In: European Sociological Review 22 (2006), 5, 533-560 | Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Barbara Borgloh, Miriam Bröckel, Marco Giesselmann, Dina Hummelsheim

Income and Life Satisfaction After Marital Disruption in Germany

In: Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (2007), 2, 500-512 | Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Miriam Bröckel

Sampling migrants in six European countries: how to develop a comparative design?

This article discusses the possibilities and constraints of designing an identical or at least comparable sampling strategy across different European countries. It is based on expert reviews from six European Union member states that discuss the possibilities of sampling migrants in their respective countries. The country sample includes two countries from Northern Europe (Sweden, Denmark), two from ...

In: Comparative Migration Studies 6 (2018), 1, 33 | Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Romana Careja

Introduction: the working poor in Europe

In: Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Henning Lohmann , The Working Poor in Europe. Employment, Poverty and Globalization
Cheltenham, Northampton: Edward Elgar
| Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Henning Lohmann

Poverty Risk and the life cycle - The individualization thesis reconsidered

In: Hans-Jürgen Andreß , Empirical Poverty Research in a Comparative Perspective
Aldershot et al.: Ashgate
| Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Katja Schulte

The Income Package of Low-Income German Households

In: Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference of German Socio-Economic Panel Study Users. Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 63 (1994), 1/2, 36-41 | Hans-Jürgen Andreß, Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn

Once poor, always poor? Do initial conditions matter? Evidence from the ECHP

London: 2008, | Eirine Andrioupoulou, Panos Tsakloglou