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Leben wir in einer Angstgesellschaft?: Die Verbreitung von persönlichen und gesellschaftsbezogenen Sorgen in Deutschland

In: Christiane Lübke, Jan Delhey , Diagnose Angstgesellschaft?: Was wir wirklich über die Gefühlslage der Menschen wissen
Bielefeld: transcript Verlag
29-58
| Christiane Lübke

Hygiene Behavior in Face of the Corona Pandemic: Compliance Rates and Associations With Fear, SARS-COV-2 risk, Mental Health and Disability

Background: During the COVID-19 pandemic, hygiene behaviors such as keeping distance, avoid-ing masses, wearing face masks and adhering to hand hygiene recommendations became impera-tive. The current study aims to determine factors interrelating with hygiene behaviors. Methods: 4,049 individuals (1,305 male, 2,709 female, aged 18-80 years) were recruited from rehabilitation clinics or freely on the ...

2021,
(Preprints.org Preprint)
| Sonia Lippke, Franziska M. Keller, Christina Derksen, Lukas Kötting, Alina Dahmen

Das soziale Wohlbefinden von Personen mit Migrationshintergrund in Deutschland: Ein dauerhaftes Defizit?

In: Christiane Lübke, Jan Delhey , Diagnose Angstgesellschaft?: Was wir wirklich über die Gefühlslage der Menschen wissen
Bielefeld: transcript Verlag
193-222
| Anne-Kristin Kuhnt, Annelene Wengler

Parenting daughters does not increase monetary prosocial behavior: evidence from the Dictator game

Prior work suggests that parenting daughters makes the preferences of men more in line with those of women. We use behavior in a Dictator game as a measure of pure social preferences, to test whether parenting daughters increases prosociality, specifically charitable giving. Data is sourced from the German Socio-Economic Panel, where 1,461 participants decided how to split a 50€ endowment between themselves ...

2021,
(PsyArXiv Preprints)
| Johannes Leder, Pawel Niszczota

Time, Income and Subjective Well-Being – 20 years of Interdependent Multidimensional Polarization in Germany

Society drifts apart in many dimensions. Economists focus on income of the poor and rich and the distribution of income but a broader spectrum of dimensions is required to draw the picture of multiple facets of individual life. In our study of multidimensional polarization we extend the income dimension by time, a pre-requisite and fundamental resource of any individual activity. In particular, we ...

Ottawa: International Association for Research in Income and Wealth (IARIW), 2021,
(36th IARIW Virtual General Conference Paper)
| Joachim Merz, Bettina Scherg

On the Use of Aggregate Survey Data for Estimating Regional Major Depressive Disorder Prevalence

Major depression is a severe mental disorder that is associated with strongly increased mortality. The quantification of its prevalence on regional levels represents an important indicator for public health reporting. In addition to that, it marks a crucial basis for further explorative studies regarding environmental determinants of the condition. However, assessing the distribution of major depression ...

In: Psychometrika (online first) (2021), | Domingo Morales, Joscha Krause, Jan Pablo Burgard

Reservation Raises: The Aggregate Labor Supply Curve at the Extensive Margin

We measure extensive-margin labor supply (employment) preferences in two representative surveys of the U.S. and German populations. We elicit reservation raises: the percent wage change that renders a given individual indifferent between employment and nonemployment. It is equal to her reservation wage divided by her actual, or potential, wage. The reservation raise distribution is the nonparametric ...

Berkeley: 2021,
(Working Paper)
| Preston Mui, Benjamin Schoefer

The Evolution of Educational Wage Differentials for Women and Men, from 1996 to 2019

This paper studies the evolution of three higher education wage differentials from 1996 to 2019 in Germany, a period when significant changes in the educational composition of the workforce took place. Based on regression analysis and samples of male and female workers from the Socio-Economic Panel Study, the study finds that while all three educational wage differentials increased, workers graduating ...

Mannheim: Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW), 2021,
(ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-066)
| Jessica Ordemann, Friedhelm Pfeiffer

Transformations of Industrial Labour in Western Europe: Intergenerational Change of Life Cycles, Occupation and Mobility 1970–2000

The article explores key issues for a social history of Western European working classes during the last three decades of the twentieth century, starting from a comparative examination of the West German and French cases. The scope of deindustrialization and its social consequences (mass unemployment and growing regional disparities) is the first issue; the transformation of work processes in manufacturing ...

In: German History 30 (2012), 1, 100-119 | Lutz Raphael

School-to-Work Transitions and Labor Market Outcomes

"Diese Dissertation befasst sich mit der Ökonomie der postsekundären Bildung in Deutschland. In Anbetracht der Tatsache, dass junge Erwachsene in Deutschland nach dem Abschluss der Sekundarstufe in der Regel entweder ein Studium oder eine Berufsausbildung (oder manchmal auch beides) aufnehmen, werden drei grundlegende Fragen untersucht: (i) ""Lohnt sich ein Hochschulstudium für das Individuum ...

2021, | Dominik Hügle
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