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DIW Wochenbericht 13 / 2012

Das deutsche Pflegesystem ist im EU-Vergleich unterdurchschnittlich finanziert

In Europa steigt die Zahl der Hochbetagten drastisch an. Viele von ihnen sind längerfristig in den Aktivitäten des täglichen Lebens eingeschränkt und auf Pflege durch Familienangehörige oder professionelle Dienste angewiesen. Wie wird die Pflege in Europa organisiert und finanziert? In welchem Verhältnis steht die informelle Pflege durch Familienangehörige zur formellen Pflege durch ambulante Pflegedienste ...

2012| Erika Schulz
Data Documentation 54 / 2011

Handgreifkraftmessung im Sozio-oekonomischen Panel (SOEP) 2006 und 2008

2011| Jens Ambrasat, Jürgen Schupp
SOEPpapers 305 / 2010

Childbearing History, Later Life Health, and Mortality in Germany

Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel, we investigated the role of childbearing history in later life health and mortality, paying particular attention to possible differences by sex and region. Higher parity is associated with better self-rated health in Western German mothers and fathers aged 50+, but its relationship with Eastern German women's physical health and survival is negative. ...

2010| Karsten Hank
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Die Anwendung der Wettbewerbs- und Kartellvorschriften im Gesundheitswesen: Status Quo und wettbewerbsökonomische Implikationen

Mit den letzten beiden Gesundheitsreformen (GKV-WSG, GKVOrg-WG) sind die Spielräume für mehr Wettbewerb im Gesundheitswesen erheblich erweitert worden. Krankenversicherungen können nun selektive Verträge mit Leistungsanbietern und Rabattverträge mit Pharmaunternehmen schließen. Außerdem können Kassen Versicherten Wahltarife anbieten. Im Beitrag werden die Beschränkungen hinsichtlich der Anwendung der ...

In: Wirtschaft und Wettbewerb (2010), 5, S. 502-513 | Pio Baake, Björn A. Kuchinke, Christian Wey
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Late-Life Decline in Well-Being across Adulthood in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States: Something Is Seriously Wrong at the End of Life

Throughout adulthood and old age, levels of well-being appear to remain relatively stable. However, evidence is emerging that late in life well-being declines considerably. Using long-term longitudinal data of deceased participants in national samples from Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States, we examined how long this period lasts. In all 3 nations and across the adult age range, well-being ...

In: Psychology and Aging 25 (2010), 2, S. 477-485 | Denis Gerstorf, Nilam Ram, Guy Mayraz, Mira Hidajat, Ulman Lindenberger, Gert G. Wagner, Jürgen Schupp
SOEPpapers 502 / 2012

Forecasting Life Satisfaction across Adulthood: Benefits of Seeing a Dark Future?

Anticipating one's future self is a unique human capacity that contributes importantly to adaptation and health throughoutadulthood and old age. Using the adult lifespan sample of the national German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP; N > 10,000, age range 18-96 years), we investigated age-differential stability, correlates, and outcomes of accuracy in anticipation of future life satisfaction across six subsequent ...

2012| Frieder R. Lang, David Weiss, Denis Gerstorf, Gert G. Wagner
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The Course of Subjective Sleep Quality in Middle and Old Adulthood and Its Relation to Physical Health

Objectives. Older adults more often complain about sleep disturbances compared with younger adults. However, it is not clear whether there is still a decline of sleep quality after age 60 and whether changes in sleep quality in old age are mere reflections of impaired physical health or whether they represent a normative age-dependent development. - Method. Subjective sleep quality and perceived physical ...

In: The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 68 (2013), 5, S. 721-729 | Sakari Lemola, David Richter
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Herders coping with hazards in Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia

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SOEPpapers 432 / 2012

Does Job Loss Make You Smoke and Gain Weight?

This paper estimates the effect of involuntary job loss on smoking behavior and body weight using German Socio-Economic Panel Study data. Baseline nonsmokers are more likely to start smoking due to job loss, while smokers do not intensify their smoking. Job loss increases body weight slightly, but significantly. In particular, single individuals as well as those with lower health or socioeconomic status ...

2012| Jan Marcus
SOEPpapers 386 / 2011

Using Geographically Referenced Data on Environmental Exposures for Public Health Research: A Feasibility Study Based on the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP)

Background: In panel datasets information on environmental exposures is scarce. Thus, our goal was to probe the use of area-wide geographically referenced data for air pollution from an external data source in the analysis of physical health. Methods: The study population comprised SOEP respondents in 2004 merged with exposures for NO2, PM10 and O3 based on a multi-year reanalysis of the EURopean Air ...

2011| Sven Voigtländer, Jan Goebel, Thomas Claßen, Michael Wurm, Ursula Berger, Achim Strunk, Hendrik Elbern
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