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  • DIW Wochenbericht 9 / 2015

    Fluglärm ist mit einer verringerten Lebensqualität auch abseits der Berliner Flughäfen verbunden

    Fluglärm ist eine besonders problematische Lärmquelle, da viele Flughäfen innerhalb oder in der Nähe von Großstädten liegen und dadurch dicht besiedelte Gebiete davon betroffen sind. Die Daten der Berliner Altersstudie II (BASE-II), deren sozioökonomisches Modul auf der seit 1984 laufenden Längsschnittstudie Sozio-oekonomisches Panel (SOEP) basiert, bieten die Möglichkeit, den Einfluss verschiedener ...

    2015| Peter Eibich, Konstantin Kholodilin, Christian Krekel, Gert G. Wagner
  • DIW Wochenbericht 9 / 2015

    Fluglärm beeinträchtigt Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit – auch wenn er nicht stört: Fünf Fragen an Peter Eibich

  • DIW Economic Bulletin 9 / 2015

    Aircraft Noise in Berlin Affects Quality of Life Even Outside the Airport Grounds

    Aircraft noise is a particularly problematic source of noise as many airports are located in or near major cities and, as a result, densely populated areas are affected. Data from the Berlin Aging Study II (Berliner Altersstudie II, BASE-II), whose socio-economic module is based on the longitudinal Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) study which has been conducted since 1984, allows us to examine the effect ...

    2015| Peter Eibich, Konstantin Kholodilin, Christian Krekel, Gert G. Wagner
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 9 / 2015

    Aircraft Noise Has Negative Impact on Well-Being and Health - Even When Not Perceived as a Disturbance: Five Questions to Peter Eibich

  • Diskussionspapiere 1428 / 2014

    How Does Fuel Taxation Impact New Car Purchases? An Evaluation Using French Consumer-Level Data

    This study evaluates the impact of fuel prices on new car purchases, using exhaustive individual-level data of monthly registration of new private cars in France from 2003 to 2007. Detailed information on the car holder enables us to account for heterogeneous preferences across purchasers. We identify demand parameters through the large oil price fluctuations of this period. We find that the sensitivity ...

    2014| Pauline Givord, Céline Grislain-Letrémy, Helene Naegele
  • SOEPpapers 694 / 2014

    Intergenerational Transmission of Unemployment: Evidence for German Sons

    This paper studies the association between the unemployment experience of fathers and their sons. Based on German survey data that cover the last decades we find significant positive correlations. Using instrumental variables estimation and the Gottschalk (1996) method we investigate to what extent fathers' unemployment is causal for offsprings' employment outcomes. In agreement with most of the small ...

    2014| Miriam Mäder, Steffen Müller, Regina T. Riphahn, Caroline Schwientek
  • SOEPpapers 417 / 2011

    Self-Employment and Geographical Mobility in Germany

    Little is known about the individual location behaviour of self-employed entrepreneurs. This paper investigates the geographical mobility behaviour of self-employed entrepreneurs, as compared to employees, thereby shedding new light onto the place embeddedness of self-employment. It examines whether self-employed entrepreneurs are "rooted" in place and also whether those who are more rooted in place ...

    2011| Darja Reuschke
  • SOEPpapers 589 / 2013

    Locus of Control and Low-Wage Mobility

    We investigate whether non-cognitive skills - in particular Locus of Control - are important determinants of the labour market processes at the low-wage margin. Based on data from the German Socio-Economic Panel, we estimate dynamic multinomial logit models with random effects and investigate whether Locus of Control influences the probability of being higher-paid or low-paid as well as the probability ...

    2013| Daniel D. Schnitzlein, Jens Stephani
  • SOEPpapers 469 / 2012

    Long-Distance Moves and Labour Market Outcomes of Dual-Earner Couples in the UK and Germany

    Chances are high that partners in dual-earner couples do not receive equal occupational returns from long-distance moves, because job opportunities are distributed heterogeneously in space. Which partners are more likely to receive relatively higher returns after moves? Recent research shows the stratification of returns by gender and highlights the importance of gender roles in mobility decisions. ...

    2012| Philipp M. Lersch
  • SOEPpapers 681 / 2014

    Regional Structures and Mobility Dispositions: A Multilevel Proportional- & Partial-Proportional Odds Approach

    In the light of persistent regional disparities in Germany, a wide range of studies discuss the role of regional characteristics in explaining the mobility behavior of individuals. Although multi-stage mobility theories underline the importance of regional structures particularly within the first stage of the decision-making process – whereas the actual mobility behavior is often seen as being dependent ...

    2014| Christoph Kern
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