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Personality Psychology and Economics

This chapter explores the power of personality traits both as predictors and as causes of academic and economic success, health, and criminal activity. Measured personality is interpreted as a construct derived from an economic model of preferences, constraints, and information. Evidence is reviewed about the “situational specificity” of personality traits and preferences. An extreme version of the ...

In: Erik A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin, Ludger Wößmann , Handbook of the Economics of Education (Volume 4)
Amsterdam: Elsevier
1-181
| Mathilde Almlund, Angela Lee Duckworth, James J. Heckman, Tim Kautz

Married women labour supply: a comparative analysis

Differdange: CEPS/INSTEAD, 2003,
(CHER Document No. 7)
| César Alonso-Borrego, Sergi Jiménez Martin

Improvements and Future Challenges for the Research: Infrastructure in the Field of Civil Society

Despite the obvious existence of civil society organizations (CSOs) and forms of civic engagement, the data available for this sector remains inadequate. This expert report provides a comprehensive view of the current data situation, reveals existing gaps, and offers suggestions on how these gaps might be closed. The empirical material currently provided by existing data sources - the Federal Statistical ...

Berlin: Rat für Sozial- und WirtschaftsDaten (RatSWD), 2009,
(RatSWD Working Paper No. 92)
| Mareike Alscher, Eckhard Priller

Civil Society

Despite the obvious existence of civil society organizations (CSOs) and forms of civic engagement, the data available for this sector remain inadequate. This advisory report provides a comprehensive view of the current data situation, reveals existing gaps, and offers suggestions on how these gaps might be closed. The empirical material currently provided by existing data sources – the Federal Statistical ...

In: Rat für Sozial- und WirtschaftsDaten (RatSWD) , Building on Progress. Expanding the Research Infrastructure for the Social, Economic, and Behavioral Sciences
Opladen: Budrich Unipress
1139-1152
| Mareike Alscher, Eckard Priller

The Politics of Income Inequality in the OECD: The Role of Second Order Effects

Syracuse: Syracuse University, Maxwell School, 2001,
(Luxembourg Income Study Working Paper No. 284)
| Pablo Beramendi Alvarez

Returns to Type or Tenure?

A regression of wages on firm tenure is likely to yield biased estimates of the returns to tenure because tenure and wages are confounded by unobserved attributes of the job and the unobserved quality of the match between the firm and the employee. Previously, the within-job variation in tenure has been used as an instrument to estimate the average returns to tenure. In this paper, we propose to use ...

In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (Statistics in Society) 175 (2012), 1, 153-166 | Roland A. Amann, Tobias J. Klein
Questionnaires of the SOEP Studies

All Questionnaires of the SOEP Studies

Notes on the use of this site. The questionnaires of SOEP-Core before 2012 and the questionnaires of SOEP-IS can currently only be found under the type of questionnaire 'Survey Instruments', since we have not published the respective questionnaires separately. The letters to the respondents and the interviewer's instructions can be found under the type of questionnaire 'Accompanying Instruments'. The ...

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