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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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17. Juli 2018

Seminar Series on Research in Development Economics Are Households Credit Constrained for Sanitation? Experimental Evidence from India

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  • Britta Augsburg, Institute for Fiscal Studies

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    12:30 - 14:00
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    Anna J. Schwartz Room Raum 5.2.010 Mohrenstraße 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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    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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    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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    13. Dez 2017

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar The Short-Term Distributional Effects of the German Minimum Wage Reform

    This study quantifies the short-term distributional effects of the new statutory minimum wage in Germany. Using detailed survey data (German Socio-Economic Panel), we assess changes in the distributions of hourly wages, contractual and actual working hours, and monthly earnings. Our descriptive results indicate growth at the bottom of the hourly wage distribution in the post-reform year, but also considerable noncompliance among eligible employees. In a second step, we employ a difference-in-differences analysis and exploit regional variation in the ``bite'' of the intervention, measured by the share of employees in a geographical region with wages below the minimum wage prior to the reform. We document the reform's positive effect at the bottom of the wage distribution. However, we find a negative effect of the reform on contractual hours worked, which explains why there is no effect on monthly earnings. At the same time, actual hours worked remain unchanged, suggesting an increase in unpaid overtime.

    (together with Marco Caliendo, Malte Preuss, Carsten Schröder, Linda Wittbrodt)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    22. Nov 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Effect of Parental Leave Policies in Frictional Labor Markets

    I analyze the impact of labor market risks on fertility and female labor supply in a dynamic structural life-cycle model. In particular, I provide insights on whether parental leave policies, such as legal job protection periods, can mitigate these risks. To this end, I estimate a dynamic discrete choice model, using a rich German panel dataset, for the time period between 2007 and 2013. Preliminary findings suggest a strong impact of parental leave job protection on fertility.

    A current version of the working paper can be downloaded from here

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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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    22. Nov 2017

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Sensitivity Analysis of Real Income Growth in the SOEP

    A frequently cited result derived from the SOEP suggests that the poorest two quintiles of the population had hardly experienced any real income growth since reunification, and in addition, they did not benefit from the recent positive economic development in Germany. However, the real rise of only 1 per cent turns into growth of nearly 8 per cent over the last 20 years if the start of the investigated period is shifted slightly and if the influence of the newly added migration sample in 2013 is adjusted for. Likewise, the previously observed minus 8.5 per cent real income loss of the poorest ten percent shifts to a real gain of 5.7 percent since 1994. Furthermore, in relative terms the lower income groups have gained as much of the positive economic development of the past decade as the middle and upper income groups. Similar adjustments for the newly added samples of specific family types suggest that these estimates are rather lower bounds of real income growth in recent years.

    Related Article:
    Judith Niehues, 2017, Einkommensentwicklung, Ungleichheit und Armut – Ergebnisse unterschiedlicher Datensätze, in: IW-Trends 3/2017

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  • Judith Niehues (IW Köln)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Ferdinand-Friedensburg-Raum DIW Berlin Raum 2.3.001 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    15. Nov 2017

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Comparing Survey Data and Administrative Records on Gross Earnings: Nonreporting, Misreporting, Survey-Mode, and Earnings Inequality

    The extent of earnings inequality is usually determined using survey data, but these data may not be accurate. Research indicates that some respondents are likely to avoid reporting their gross earnings and others are likely to misreport them. In addition, the format of the survey might affect the accuracy of responses to sensitive questions on issues such as earnings. Given these three possibilities, researchers’ conclusions might be biased. By comparing survey and administrative data, we looked for the nonreporting and misreporting biases suggested by the literature. We also investigated the mode of data collection as a source of nonreporting and misreporting bias. Finally, we analyzed the effects of nonreporting, misreporting, and the mode of data collection on conclusions on the degree of overall earnings inequality. The analyses drew on data from the German employee survey “Legitimation of Inequality Over the Life-Span” and linked administrative data from the Federal Employment Agency (N = 2,282). Using the administrative data as a benchmark, we found that respondents at the lower and upper end of the earnings distribution were more likely to not report or misreport their earnings. Interviewer presence led to higher nonreporting rates as well. Overall inequality was severely underestimated because of nonreporting whereas misreporting had little impact on conclusions on overall inequality.

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  • Peter Valet, Jule Adriaans, and Stefan Liebig (University Bielefeld

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    11. Oktober 2017

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

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    9:15 - 16:30 Uhr
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    27. Juni 2017

    Berlin Lunchtime Meeting Elterngeld und Ungleichheit – Perspektiven im Bundestagswahljahr

    Vortrag: Prof. Dr. C. Katharina Spieß, DIW Berlin

    Moderation: Barbara Gillmann, Handelsblatt

    Podium:

    • Dr. Franziska Brantner, Sprecherin für Kinder- und Familienpolitik, Bündnis‘90/Die Grünen
    • Cornelia Möhring, Mitglied im Ausschuss für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend, Die LINKE
    • Sylvia Pantel, Mitglied im Ausschuss für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend, CDU/CSU
    • Swen Schulz, Mitglied im Haushaltsausschuss zuständig für den Etat des Bildungs- und Forschungsministerium, SPD

    Die Elterngeld-Reform ist eine der bedeutendsten familienpolitischen Reformen der letzten Jahrzehnte. So hat das Elterngeld die wirtschaftliche Situation vieler Familienhaushalte verbessert und das Erwerbsverhalten insbesondere von Müttern verändert. Allerdings gibt es Unterschiede. In einer neuen Analyse des DIW Berlin, die im Wochenbericht am 28. Juni erscheint, werden die Auswirkungen der Elterngeldreform auf die Entwicklung von Kindern untersucht: erhöht das Elterngeld soziale Ungleichheiten? Beim Berlin Lunchtime Meeting stellt Prof. C. Katharina Spieß die Studie vor, anschließend diskutieren vor diesem Hintergrund Abgeordnete der Bundestagsfraktionen die Studienergebnisse und familienpolitische Herausforderungen für die nächste Legislaturperiode.

    Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und bitten um Ihre verbindliche Anmeldung an .

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    12:00 -13:15
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    Schumpeter Saal DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    8. - 9. Juni 2017

    Workshop Concerns for Status and Social Image: Theory, Evidence and Implications for Welfare and Policy

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    WZB - Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung Reichpietschufer 50 10785 Berlin
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    Jennifer Rontganger, Ina Thies-Hoelzmann
    mail: statusconference2017@wzb.eu
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    24. Mai 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Low-income children, pre-school peer groups, and early child development: evidence from England

    Early education has increasingly been prioritised within OECD countries’ policy agenda, with a growing focus on early education’s potential to narrow the social class gaps in child development. The positive impact of early provision depends upon a number of factors, however – including the influence of the peers with whom a child interacts. Emerging evidence suggests that peers can directly influence children’s pre-academic skills, as well as affect the quality of the interactions between adults and children at group level.
    This paper examines socio-economic segregation in early education in England. Drawing on administrative data, we analyse a cohort of three-and-four-year-olds who attended early education in 2011 (approximately 560,000 children). We investigate the distributions of children across settings according to income-level and find little evidence of segregation. We also examine the relationships between peer groups in early education and children’s development in the initial year of formal schooling. We find that children who are themselves low income and attend settings with fewer peers who are also low-income have better developmental assessments.  However, this variation is largely eliminated once additional child-level characteristics, the characteristics of settings and of local areas are accounted for.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    10. Mai 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Effect of Pension Reforms on Savings Behavior

    Many OECD countries are currently undergoing reforms of their statutory pension schemes. In theory, a decrease of pension generosity can have a positive or negative effect on private savings - depending on the corresponding level of employment effects. Thus, it is an empirical question to determine the sign of the effect. A particular reform of the German Statutory Pension Scheme lifted the early retirement age (ERA) of women. The reform was implemented along birth cohorts, allowing for an intuitive identification strategy and causal interpretation of effects.
    While previous studies found positive effects of other generosity decreasing pension reforms on private savings, this is the first study isolating the effect of an increase of the ERA on savings. An upward-shift of the ERA by 3 to 5 years has a statistically and economically significant negative effect on private monthly savings of single women. The effects in the subsample of couples are insignificant.

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    26. April 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen The Value of Partial Retirement for Labor Supply, Public Balances and Income Inequality - Evidence from a Structural Analysis

    This paper develops a structural dynamic retirement model to investigate effects and corresponding underlying mechanisms of a partial retirement program in Germany on labor supply, fiscal balances and the pension income distribution. The structural approach  allows to disentangle the two counteracting mechanisms that drive the employment effects of partial retirement: 1) the crowd-out from full-time employment, and 2) the movement from early retirement or unemployment to partial retirement. It also allows to investigate the isolated role of financial compensations in a partial retirement program. The analysis is based on a unique administrative dataset that collects biographical information on full employment histories and combines information on partial retirement take-up with information on individual pension levels. For this purpose I subsequently perform three counterfactual policy simulations: 1) full access to partial retirement 2) an increase of the normal retirement age from 65 to 67, and 3) Adding wage and pension compensations to partial retirement. The results show negative employment effects but potentially positive fiscal consequences as well as a reduction in pension income inequality when partial retirement is introduced. Wage and pension compensations in partial retirement do not substantially affect employment behavior but pension compensations proof necessary to avoid an increased risk of old-age poverty when access to partial retirement is unrestricted.

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    12:30 - 13:30
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    Arthur-Cecil-Pigou-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 3.3.002C Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    1. März 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Evaluating the Labor Market Effects of Compulsory Military Service in Germany

    Between 1956 and 2011 more than 12.4 million German men had to perform some form of compulsory national service, either military or civil. However, little is known about the impacts of this conscription system on draftees in Germany. I present new evidence on the long-run effects of mandatory military service on wages of West-German men born between 1960 and 1970 using detailed longitudinal data.

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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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    1. Februar 2017

    Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen Paid parental leave and child development: Evidence from the 2007 German parental benefit reform and administrative data

    This paper examines the effects of a substantial change in publicly funded paid parental leave in Germany on child development and socio-economic development gaps at age 6. For children born before January 1, 2007, parental leave benefits were means-tested and paid for up to 24 months after childbirth.  Thereafter, parental leave benefits were earnings-related and only paid for up to 14 months. Higher-income households benefited more from the reform than low-income households. We study the reform effects on children's language skills, motor skills, socio-emotional stability, and school readiness using administrative data from mandatory school entrance examinations. To estimate causal reform effects on child development, we use a difference-in-differences design which exploits the eligibility rule based on children's birthdate. We find no impact of the reform on child development and socio-economic development gaps. The effects are precisely estimated and robust to various model specifications and sample definitions. Our results suggest that  such substantial changes in parental leave benefits are unlikely to have a substantial impact on children's development.

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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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    27. Januar 2017

    Brown Bag Seminar Cluster Industrial Economics Internet and Health Choices: Evidence from the UK

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    10:30 - 11:30
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    Gustav-Schmoller-Raum DIW Berlin im Quartier 110 Raum 3.3.002A Mohrenstraße 58 10117 Berlin
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    11. Januar 2017

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar Monetary returns to tertiary degrees for non-traditional alumni

    The work in progress to be presented focuses on the income mobility of non-traditional alumni in comparison to their traditional counterparts. Based on a rational-choice-approach, I assume that non-traditional alumni are driven to study by their desire to earn more money. Due to their previous occupational career, non-traditionals have more human capital to exchange for better earnings in the labor market than traditional alumni. This results in higher paying positions at the beginning of their post-study career. At the same time they are anchored at vocational career ladders by the state dependence upon their first vocational career. Therefore, they will earn less than the traditional alumni over the subsequent career. If their additional human capital will balance that difference remains an empirical question.
    I will present preliminary findings of the estimated growth models based upon waves 1 to 32 of the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP). The findings suggest, that, in contrast to their occupational status placement, the non-traditional alumni in my sample do not differ from their traditional counterparts in regard to their hourly wage – regardless if they include bonuses or not.

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  • Jessica Ordemann (Universität Leipzig)

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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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    30. Nov 2016

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar "Wege in Deutschland" - Eine Studie zur Analyse integrationsfördernder und -hemmender Faktoren bei Flüchtlingen

    Im Jahr 2015 haben über 1,2 Mio. Flüchtlinge in Deutschland Schutz gesucht. Dies stellt unsere Politik und Gesellschaft vor große Herausforderungen, die neben der unmittelbaren Versorgung, langfristig insbesondere die Integration der Schutzsuchenden in die hiesige Gemeinschaft betreffen.

    Im Fokus des großangelegten Projekts „Wege in Deutschland“ (Paths in Germany, PaGe) steht daher die Identifikation integrationsfördernder und -hemmender psychosozialer, individueller Einflussfaktoren besonders in den Bereichen der sog. nicht-kognitiven Faktoren (z.B. Motivation, Kontrollüberzeugungen) sowie persönlichkeitsrelevanten Aspekten (z.B. Big Five Persönlichkeitsfaktoren, Selbstregulation, Zukunftsvorstellungen). Ein weiterer Kernbereich bezieht sich auf Gründungsmotivationen und -perspektiven. Eine erfolgreiche Integration wird im Rahmen des Projekts insbesondere im Sinne einer schulischen oder beruflichen Perspektive bzw. Laufbahn verstanden sowie in Bezug auf kulturelle und soziale Teilhabe an der Gesellschaft. Durch das angewendete Konzept soll die Bedeutung von sog. Metaskills und Einstellungen in Bezug auf vergangene Ereignisse und zukünftige Möglichkeiten für die Integration und den damit verbundenen Erfolg herausgestellt werden. Die Studie richtet ihr Augenmerk auf Asylberechtigte bzw. anerkannte Flüchtlinge zwischen 17 und 45 Jahren, welche innerhalb eines Zeitfensters von ca. 6 Monaten seit Herbst 2015 in die Bundesrepublik Deutschland kamen. Nach einer erfolgreichen Pilotierung wurde zwischen März und Juli 2016 die erste Haupterhebung der Studie im Rahmen einer schriftlichen Befragung umgesetzt (N = 266, M = 27 Jahre, 96% Herkunft Syrien). Im vorliegenden Beitrag soll die aktuelle Stichprobe vor dem Hintergrund vergangener und zukünftiger Herausforderungen bei der Realisierung einer möglichst selektionsfreien Akquise von Teilnehmern vorgestellt werden. Erste deskriptive Befunde sowie der weitere Verlauf der Studie werden dargestellt und diskutiert.

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  • Dr. Elisabeth Hahn (Universität des Saarlandes)

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    12:30 - 13:30
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