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SOEPpapers 264 / 2010

The Optimal Choice of a Reference Standard for Income Comparisons: Indirect Evidence from Immigrants' Return Visits

I propose two new tests of Falk and Knell's (2004) prediction that individuals' reference income increases with ability. To overcome the difficulty that the reference incomeis not observed in existing large data sets, I extend Falk and Knell's model to establish a link between immigrants' reference income and their return visits to their countries of origin. I derive the (arguably counter-intuitive) ...

2010| Holger Stichnoth
Monographien

Desintegration und soziale Kohäsion in Berlin

Düsseldorf: Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, 2008, 110 S.
(Edition der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung ; 172)
| Hartmut Häußermann, Martin Kronauer, Martin Gornig
DIW Wochenbericht 5 / 2002

Einkommensarmut von Kindern: ein deutsch-britischer Vergleich für die 90er Jahre

In Deutschland ist jedes fünfte Kind arm, in Großbritannien fast jedes dritte. Alleinerziehende und deren Kinder haben ein besonders hohes Armutsrisiko. In Großbritannien leben etwa 15 % aller Kinder bei Alleinerziehenden, in Westdeutschland sind es etwa 9 %. Aber auch innerhalb dieser besonders gefährdeten Gruppe ist die Armutsquote in Großbritannien höher als hierzulande. Die Aufnahme einer Erwerbstätigkeit ...

2002| Stephen P. Jenkins, Chris Schluter, Gert G. Wagner
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 4 / 2001

Japanese Welfare State Reforms in the 1990s and Beyond: How Japan is Similar to and Different from Germany

Beginning with a review of Japanese welfare state reform in 1990s, we discuss similarities and differences between Japan and Germany in the implementation of three major reforms: public pension reform, health care reform and introduction of long-term care insurance. The latest public pension reform in both countries has the same aim: to establish middle- and long-term stability of the system against ...

2001| Tetsuo Fukawa
SOEPpapers 30 / 2007

Earnings Assimilation of Immigrants in Germany: The Importance of Heterogeneity and Attrition Bias

Heterogeneity in the ethnic composition of Germany's immigrant population renders general conclusions on the degree of economic integration difficult. Using a rich longitudinal data-set, this paper tests for differences in economic assimilation profiles of four entry cohorts of foreign-born immigrants and ethnic Germans. The importance of time-invariant individual unobserved heterogeneity and panel ...

2007| Michael Fertig, Stefanie Schurer
Externe referierte Aufsätze

Firm Wage Differentiation in Eastern Germany: A Non-parametric Analysis of the Wage Spread

In Eastern Germany, wage differentiation between firms has clearly grown, parallel to individual wage differentials. Nevertheless, the wage spread between firms is still much less than in Western Germany. In this paper, a non-parametric decomposition is used to analyze the difference between the wages spread in the two parts of Germany. Only part of the difference can be explained by different economic ...

In: Economics of Transition 16 (2008), 2, S. 273-292 | Bernd Görzig, Martin Gornig, Axel Werwatz
Monographien

International Migration, Ethnicity and Economic Inequality

Bonn: IZA, 2008, 57 S.
(Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 3450)
| Martin Kahanec, Klaus F. Zimmermann
SOEPpapers 156 / 2009

Do Smart Parents Raise Smart Children? The Intergenerational Transmission of Cognitive Abilities

Complementing prior research on income mobility and educational transmission, we provide evidence on the intergenerational transmission of cognitive abilities using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study. Our estimates suggest that individuals' cognitive skills are positively related to the abilities of their parents, even when educational attainment and family background is controlled for. ...

2009| Silke Anger, Guido Heineck
Diskussionspapiere 871 / 2009

Parental Income and Child Health in Germany

We use newly available data from Germany to study the relationship between parental income and child health. We find a strong gradient between parental income and subjective child health as has been documented earlier in the US, Canada and the UK. The relationship in Germany is about as strong in the US and stronger than in theUK. However, in contrast to US results, we do not find that the disadvantages ...

2009| Steffen Reinhold, Hendrik Jürges
Weitere Aufsätze

Konzept und Messung von Defamilisierung in international vergleichender Perspektive

In: Birgit Pfau-Effinger, Sladana Sakac Magdalenic, Christof Wolf (Hrsg.) , International vergleichende Sozialforschung
Wiesbaden : VS Verl. für Sozialwissenschaften
S. 93-128
| Henning Lohmann
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