Veranstaltungen

Demographie und Bevölkerung
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14. Sept 2018

Workshop Finanzielles Wissen und Verhalten von Frauen – Noch ein Gendergap!?

3. Workshop in der Veranstaltungsreihe "Finanzkompetenz für alle Lebenslagen"

In den meisten Ländern der Welt ist das Finanzwissen von Frauen geringer als das von Männern (beispielsweise Grohmann, DIW Wochenbericht 46/2016). In Deutschland schneiden Frauen vor allem bei komplexen Finanzfragen schlechter ab als Männer. Mit Blick auf das Anlageverhalten von Frauen, ist festzuhalten, dass Frauen mit geringem Finanzwissen nicht dazu neigen, riskant zu investieren. Ganz im Gegenteil: Frauen setzen bevorzugt auf einfache, als sicher geltende Anlageformen und gehen wenig Risiken ein. Frauen lassen damit auch spürbar Ertragschancen verstreichen. Die Gründe dafür, dass Frauen eine andere Finanzbildung haben als Männer, ergeben sich aus einem komplizierten Zusammenspiel von Bildung, Einkommen und der Rolle der Frau in der Gesellschaft in Bezug auf Geld. In dem Workshop wird den Gründen des Finanzverhaltens von Frauen nachgespürt, zudem werden sich Initiativen vorstellen, die Frauen dabei unterstützen wollen, ihr Finanzwissen zu erweitern und finanzielle Entscheidungen zu fundieren.

Das Programm und die Anmeldungsinformationen werden voraussichtlich im Juni veröffentlicht.

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26. - 27. Juli 2018

BeNA - Seminar für Arbeitsmarktforschung The Long-Run Effects of Anti-Poverty Policies

The 2018 BeNA Lecture will be given by David Neumark, Ph.D. on July 26th and 27th, 2018. Prof. Neumark will talk about the Long-Run Effects of Anti-Poverty Policies. As usual, the Lecture Series consists of three lectures and a research talk. Please see the flyer for more information.

The lectures and the research talk will be in English, are free of charge, and open to the interested public. Please register no later than July 9, 2018, by sending an email to 

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19. - 20. Juli 2018

SOEP 13th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference (SOEP 2018)

The 13th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference (SOEP2018) will be held in Berlin, July 19-20, 2018 at Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (BBAW).

The conference provides researchers who use the SOEP with the opportunity to present and discuss their work with other researchers familiar with SOEP data. Researchers of all disciplines (e.g., economics, demography, geography, political science, public health, psychology, and sociology) who use the SOEP or the SOEP part of the Cross-National Equivalent File (CNEF) are invited to submit an abstract. We encourage in particular submission of papers using the longitudinal features of SOEP as well as papers on survey methodology and cross national comparative analysis.

Besides the open call for paper submissions, we invite session contributions with four papers each on the following topics:

• Implications of Technological Change
• Intergenerational Transmission
• Low and Minimum Wages
• Migration and Integration (e.g., refugees, EU-enlargement)
• Unification of Germany

At the 13th International SOEP User Conference the entire SOEP team and research community will celebrate Gert G. Wagner’s numerous accomplishments on behalf of the SOEP. This is a particularly fitting venue, as it was Gert Wagner who launched the first SOEP User Conference in 1993. We are delighted that this conference will be held at the same location as it was 25 years ago: the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (BBAW) on Gendarmenmarkt, in the center of Berlin.

Scientific Committee:

Charlotte Bartels, DIW Berlin
Martin Biewen, University of Tuebingen
Diana Schacht, DIW Berlin
Fabian Pfeffer, University of Michigan
Holger Görg, IfW Kiel

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Keynote Speakers
  • Stephen Jenkins, London School of Economics/UK
    Armin Falk, briq and University of Bonn/Germany

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    Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften Jägerstraße 22/23 10117 Berlin
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    27. Juni 2018

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Training Participation with Increasing Working Horizons: Evidence from a German Pension Reform

    Investments into the human capital of (older) individuals—by employees, governments and especially firms—are expected to depend on the remaining working horizon of individuals. Thus, with the anticipation of shifts in retirement ages due to pension reforms, an increase in training participation rates should be expected. As training increases the employability of older individuals, this would be an important complementary development to pension reforms aiming to increase the employment rates of older age-groups. In this paper, a 1999 German pension reform is used as a natural experiment to study the development of training participation with increasing working horizons. Pre- and post-reform cohorts are compared in a Regression Discontinuity Design using the German Microcensus. However, based on the evidence available for this study, an increase in training participation in anticipation of longer working horizons could not be found. Thus, further interventions are needed to ensure that shifts in the retirement age do not lead to increased old-age unemployment rates due to low productiveness.

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  • Elisabeth Kurz

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    12:30-13:30
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    Karl Popper Room DIW Berlin Raum 2.3.020 Mohrenstr. 58 10117 Berlin
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    20. Juni 2018

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Neighborhood level immigrant share, home ownership and charitable giving to refugees?

    Enormous amount of literature in political science, sociology and economics argues that ethnic diversity and economic disparities hinder pro social attitudes and behaviors. Inspired by social identity and out-group threat theories this study tests if being surrounded by ethnic out-group will reduce charitable giving to that out-group among native Germans. This question is tackled by combining individual level data from Socio-Economic Panel with social indicators measured at the neighborhood level. Evidence that charitable giving to refugees among natives decreases in increasing immigrant share is reported. Importantly, this negative statistical association is driven by home-owners residing in the low home-ownership areas. Possible mechanisms underlying these results are discussed.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Anna-J.-Schwartz-Raum DIW Berlin Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstr. 58 10117 Berlin
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    15. Juni 2018

    DIW Applied Micro Seminar Later pension, poorer health? Evidence from the new State Pension age in the UK

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  • Ludovico Carrino, King’s College London and University of Venice Ca’ Foscari

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    13.15 - 14.30
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    30. Mai 2018

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Fertility as a Driver of Maternal Employment

    Based on findings of an extensive empirical literature that mainly stem from high- income countries, economists often hypothesize that having more children, especially young ones, unambiguously decreases the time mothers spend in the labor market. Re- search on middle- and low-income countries is scarce, despite of several interesting aspects that are common to these countries and that potentially matter for the relationship between fertility and maternal labor supply: the low wealth of a large number of house- holds, the provision of informal child care within extended families, and the high prevalence of informal employment. I use Mexican census data from 2010 in order to provide new evidence on the relationship between fertility and female labor market outcomes in a middle-income country. In order to disentangle causal effects of childbearing, parental preferences for mixed-sex siblings are exploited. My findings show that an exogenous rise in family size is associated with a significant increase in labor supply by mothers that are induced to change their family size by the instrument. This response tends to be driven by an increase in formal employment at the intensive margin for a very small fraction of women, while having mainly an impact at the extensive margin for informal labor. I further show that the presence of grandparents and low household wealth potentially contribute to this positive effect. The external validity of my results is shown to be limited, but econometric approaches that allow to extrapolate from this effect indicate that the response in informal employment is non-negative for the whole sample.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    9. Mai 2018

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Seeking asylum in Germany: Does human and social capital determine the outcome of asylum procedures?

    The outcome of asylum procedure is vital for staying perspectives of refuges and their well-being, as well as their following economic and social integration in the host society. In principal, persecution and other forms of violation of human rights should solely determine the outcome of asylum procedures according to the Geneva convention and the asylum legislation in Europe. However, some previous (rather qualitative) evidence suggests that the asylum procedure outcome may be subject to socio-economic selectivity. If this is true, unequal chances for recognition of asylum application may contribute to the cumulative (dis-)advantages over the life course.
    Using a recent longitudinal household data, the IAB-BAMF-SOEP-Survey of Refugees in Germany, we investigate whether and how human capital characteristics of refugees and their command about social resources such as networks affect the probability of recognition of the asylum application. Our findings evidence that higher socio-economic status of refugees and support by social networks affect the outcomes asylum procedures positively. Throughout the analysis we control for variables which capture the violation of human rights and other forms of violence, changes in asylum policies and country-of-origin-specific fixed effects. Our findings turn out to be robust to different specifications. Altogether, we conclude that the overarching aim of the asylum process, granting asylum to those who are in need of protection for reasons of violence and persecution seems to be diluted by social and economic factors, which are relevant for the outcomes and the length of asylum processes as well. As Germany has emerged as the dominant destination of asylum-seekers in the OECD, the study is in our view of general interest for an understanding of the forces which drive asylum procedures in developed countries.
    Keywords: asylum, refugees, human capital, social networks, IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees.

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  • Yuliya Kosyakova (IAB Nürnberg)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    2. Mai 2018

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Teacher incentives and grade retention

    This paper provides a simple framework to test whether teachers strategically retain students in the first grade of primary school in order to minimize the number of students in their class for grades 2-4. I build a model in which classes are subject to a class size cap and teachers can choose to retain students if their performance falls below an academic threshold. The key prediction, borne out in administrative data for the German state Sachsen, is that grade retention rates increase monotonically with class size but drop sharply in the vicinity of the class-size cap because teachers expect that classes might be split if class size exceeds the class size cap in the next grade.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    21. Februar 2018

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Selektivität und Erfahrungen bei qualitativen Gesprächen mit SOEP-Befragten - Am Beispiel der "Metropole Ruhr" mit einigen inhaltlichen Ergebnissen

    In den letzten Jahren wurde die SOEP-Stichprobe mehrfach als Basis für qualitative Methoden genutzt. Der Vortrag zeigt am Beispiel der "Metropole Ruhr" die Bedeutung der Selektivität von Gesprächspartnern für qualitative Interviews. Beispielhaft wird auch die Methodik der Anwerbung von SOEP-Befragten für Gespräche gezeigt und einige wenige inhaltliche Ergebnisse werden präsentiert.

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  • Stefan Siebert (HU Berlin)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    14. Februar 2018

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Impact of Initial Placement Restrictions on Labor Market Outcomes of Refugees

    This paper analyzes employment effects of a policy reform that was introduced as a measure for targeted integration of foreigners into local labor markets in Germany. The Residence Rule puts additional constraints on initial residence decisions for refugees after having received a permanent residence permit. Given that this reform applies to a subset of refugees only, it creates exogenous variation that I exploit in a Differences-in-Differences analysis. Using a novel data set, the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees in Germany, the results suggest a negative effect of the reform on the probability to take up employment. This effect is robust to the inclusion/exclusion of covariates. Yet, since sample size in the post-treatment period is relatively small, some specifications yield statistically insignificant effects.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    7. Februar 2018

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Disappointed Hopes of Upward Mobility? A Study on Income Development in Germany 1995-2015

    Similar to many other OECD countries, income inequality in Germany has increased over the past decades. However, it is not yet clear to what extent there has actually been a decline at the household level. Our study therefore examines what is behind the increased income inequality: increases or decreases of household incomes or a change in the composition of the population. Using SOEP data from 1995-2015 and hybrid panel regressions, we show that income inequality increases between different educational groups and EGP-classes, as well as between migrants and Germans.
    Furthermore, we show that the increasing income inequality at the household level cannot be attributed solely to a change in the composition of the population, but that disadvantaged households have experienced lower increases in disposable household income over time than other households.
    These findings suggest that hopes of upward income mobility are increasingly disappointed among the more disadvantaged population groups in recent years.

    Related Articles:

    Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Buchholz, Sandra, Bukodi, Erzsébet und Karin Kurz (Hg.) (2008): Young Workers,
    Globalizaton and the Labor Market. London: Edward Elgar.

    Hartmann, Jörg (2016): Do second-generaton Turkish migrants in Germany assimilate into the middle
    class? In Ethnicites 16 (3), S. 368–392.

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  • Karin Kurz and Jörg Hartmann (both University of Göttingen)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    29. Januar 2018

    Veranstaltung Integration of Migrants in the EU: Why Such Differences Between Member States?

    Since the early 1990s, immigration has been a more important source of population increase in the EU than the natural change due to births and deaths, while in recent years Europe is facing a large inflow of refugees. At the same time, Eurobarometer opinion surveys reveal that immigration tops the list of challenges that EU citizens are most concerned about and therefore effective policies toward immigration are more important now than ever.

    Following the keynote address by Jutta Cordt on European and German immigration policies, the event will focus on integration of migrants in the EU and explore the reasons behind the large differences in migration integration effectiveness across the EU member states.

    11.00 - 11.15

    Welcome Address

    Marcel Fratzscher President of DIW Berlin

    Guntram Wolff Director, Bruegel

    11.15 - 12.00

    Keynote Address

    Jutta Cordt , Head of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, on the Integration of Migrants in Europe

    12.00 - 12.30

    Presentation of the Report: People on the Move: Impact and Integration of Migrants in the European Union

    Zsolt Darvas, Senior Fellow, Bruegel

    12.30 - 13.30

    Panel Discussion

    Chair: Guntram Wolff Director, Bruegel

    Manu Bhardwaj Vice President for Research and Insights, Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

    Herbert Brücker Professor of Economics at the University of Bamberg and head of the department for International Comparisons and European Integration at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg

    Naika Foroutan Vice-Director of the Berlin Institute on Integration and Migration Research (BIM)

    Manjula M. Luthria Senior Economist at the Social Protection Labor and Jobs Global Practice, World Bank

    The event will be followed by a lunch. We hope that you will be able to join us, and look forward to your participation. To participate, we kindly ask you to register by emailing .

    A Livestream of the event will be available here...

    This event is made possible with the kind support of the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth.

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    11.00 - 13.30 Uhr
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    Schumpeter Hall Mohrenstr. 58 10117 Berlin
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    24. Januar 2018

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar The relationship between trust, cognitive abilities, and democracy. Evidence from 30 countries around the world

    Beside risk preferences, willingness to trust in others is one of the key requirements in economic transactions. A growing literature in economics deals with the question what factors determine an individual’s willingness to trust. Existing results highlight a strong and robust positive correlation between measures of cognitive abilities and trust measures. However, most of the existing literature only focuses on single country studies, or is only able to include proxies for cognitive ability. The present study applies data from the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) including survey measures of trust for 30 countries around the world. In addition, PIAAC contains comprehensive measures of cognitive abilities in three domains, numerical skills, literacy skills, and problem solving skills. The results show, that the average level of trust varies substantially among the analyzed countries with the Scandinavian countries ranked at the top of the scale. The evidence supports a positive correlation between trust and cognitive abilities over all countries. This result is robust to including country fixed effects or controlling for country characteristics. However, the strength of this relationship varies substantially between countries.
    Including measures of democracy in the respective countries shows that the strength of the relationship between trust and cognitive skills increases with the level of democracy in a society. In the second part of the paper, based on PIAAC-L – a longitudinal extension of the German PIAAC data – German reunification is used as a natural experiment to analyze the effect of democracy in a setting that allows for a more causal interpretation. The results support the finding of a positive effect of democracy on the relationship between trust and cognitive ability.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    18. Januar 2018

    Seminar Series on Research in Development Economics Measuring Poverty and Vulnerability in Real Time

    Abstract

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  • Joshua Blumenstock, University of California, Berkeley

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    12:30 - 14:30
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    Gustav-Schmoller-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 3.3.002A Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    16. Januar 2018

    Veranstaltung Release of the World Inequality Report 2018

    The DIW Berlin is happy to invite you to join the presentation of the first release of the World Inequality Report conducted by the internationally leading inequality experts centered around Thomas Piketty and Gabriel Zucman.


    Economic inequality is widespread and has been growing since the 1980s questioning economic growth policies over the world. The report will be introduced by its general director Lucas Chancel. Thereafter, Charlotte Bartels will present her findings on the evolution of economic inequality in Germany from 1871 to 2013, summarized in the German chapter in the World Inequality Report. Albeit the big political and economic changes affecting Germany over the past 150 years, inequality remained surprisingly stable. In a podium discussion, Lucas Chancel, Charlotte Bartels, and Hartmut Kaelble will discuss long-term implications of rising inequality for the world and Germany.

    Please find here the executive summary of the World Inequality Report 2018

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  • Charlotte Bartels is a postdoctoral researcher at DIW Berlin/SOEP. Her research is in the fields of empirical public and labor economics, in particular, the distribution of income and wealth in a long-run perspective.

    Lucas Chancel is codirector of the World Inequality Lab and of the World Wealth and Income Database (WID.world) at the Paris School of Economics. He is also a Lecturer at Sciences Po and general coordinator of the World Inequality Report 2018.

    Hartmut Kaelble is a senior professor of social history at the Department of Economic and Social History at Humboldt University, Berlin. His most recent book is “Mehr Reichtum, mehr Armut” (More Wealth, more poverty) (campus 2017). He has published widely on inequality, social mobility and comparative history of Europe.

    Welcome address by: Prof. Dr. Stefan Liebig | DIW Berlin

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    3.00 pm - 4.30 pm
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    6. Dez 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Effects of Fees on Study Duration and Completion in the Population of German Students

    This paper exploits unexpected regional changes in fees to uncover the causal effect on the duration of study and completion probabilities for an entire country. The empirical analysis relies on a novel empirical framework that merges difference-in-difference estimation with duration analysis to exploit a natural policy experiment, namely the introduction and terminationof fees for university studies in several German states. This strategy allows uncovering effects of fees on the intensive margin, while holding constant extensive margin responses such as changes in the composition of the student body or migration responses that occur due to fees.We find that even modest fees have large and significant impacts on study duration and will also examine if the private costs paid by students are recovered through pubilc savings due to students studying faster.

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    Zeit
    12:30 - 13:30
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    Eleanor-Dulles-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    12. Oktober 2017

    Veranstaltung What works - Perspektiven auf eine moderne Chancengerechtigkeit in der Arbeitswelt

    Die fünf besten amerikanischen Orchester hatten jahrzehntelang einen Frauenanteil von insgesamt 5 Prozent. Beim Vorspielen vor den männlichen Jurys fielen die Kandidatinnen regelmäßig durch. Offenbar sind Frauen die schlechteren Musiker. Oder doch nicht? Als eine der Jurys nicht mehr sehen konnte, ob ein Mann oder eine Frau spielte, stieg die Quote plötzlich dramatisch an. Alles, was es dazu brauchte, war ein Vorhang.

    Bei der Einstellung, bei der Beförderung, beim Gehalt – überall werden Frauen massiv benachteiligt. Die Harvard-Professorin Iris Bohnet zeigt in ihrem Buch "What works", dass die Ursache dafür oft verzerrte Wahrnehmungen sind, die unsere Entscheidungen auch dann beeinflussen, wenn wir fest glauben, dass wir ganz objektiv sind. So wie die Jury überzeugt war, dass sie lediglich die musikalische Leistung bewertet. Die Antwort auf dieses Dilemma liegt nicht in der Anpassung der Frauen an männliche Verhaltensmuster oder im Appell an unsere Objektivität. Wir können unsere Wahrnehmung nicht überlisten. Aber wir können mehr Vorhänge aufhängen und die Spielregeln ändern.

    Im Gespräch mit DIW-Wissenschaftlerin Johanna Mollerstrom beleuchtet Iris Bohnet, wie jenseits von Quoten und Gesetzen Frauen gefördert und Perspektiven moderner Gleichstellung in der Arbeitswelt entwickelt werden können.

    Wir freuen uns über Ihre verbindliche Anmeldung an

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  • Iris Bohnet, Verhaltensökonomin und Professorin für Public Policy an der Harvard Kennedy School in Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Johanna Mollerstrom, Leiterin der Abteilung Wettbewerb und Verbraucher am DIW Berlin und Professorin für Angewandte Mikroökonomie an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

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    18:30 Uhr
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    11. Oktober 2017

    Workshop Finanzielle Kompetenzen und Altersvorsorge
    Verhalten steuern durch Beratung und Information – geht das?

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    Zeit
    9:15 - 16:30 Uhr
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    Schumpeter Saal DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    13. Sept 2017

    Veranstaltung 4. Berliner Rede zur Integrationspolitik

    „Ein Land für alle – Bemerkungen zur Idee einer solidarischen Einwanderungsgesellschaft“

    mit Katja Kipping, Vorsitzende der Partei DIE LINKE

    Prof. Dr. Herbert Brücker, Leiter der Abteilung »Ökonomische Migrations- und Integrationsforschung« am BIM

    Jürgen Kaube, 
    Herausgeber der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (FAZ)

    Katja Kipping, Vorsitzende der Partei DIE LINKE

    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schupp, Direktor des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels (SOEP) am DIW Berlin

    Moderation durch Esra Kücük, Leiterin Gorki Forum

    Begrüßung durch Prof. Dr. Naika Foroutan, stellv. Direktorin des BIM und Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, Ph.D., Präsident des DIW Berlin

    Im Anschluss wollen wir den Austausch mit Ihnen bei Wein und Brezeln weiterführen. Der Eintritt ist kostenlos.

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    19.00 - 20.30 Uhr
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    Schumpeter Saal DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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