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  • The Political Fallout of Air Pollution

    This paper studies the effect of air pollution on voting outcomes. We use data from 60 federal and state elections in Germany from 2000 to 2018 and exploit plausibly exogenous fluctuations in ambient air pollution within counties across election dates. Higher air pollution on election day shifts votes away from incumbent parties and towards opposition parties. An increase in the concentration of particulate ...

    2022, | Luna Bellani, Stefano Ceolotto, Benjamin Elsner, Nico Pestel
  • Eine Dateninfrastruktur für die Gesellschaftswissenschaften. Unterstützung in der Arbeit mit Forschungsdaten durch KonsortSWD

    KonsortSWD ist das NFDI Konsortium für die Sozial-, Verhaltens-, Bildungs- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Für die äußerst vielfältigen Datentypen und Forschungsmethoden bauen die Beteiligten im Rahmen der NFDI eine bereits bestehende Forschungsdateninfrastruktur aus und ergänzen neue integrierende Dienste. Basis sind die heute 41 vom Rat für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsdaten akkreditierten Forschungsdatenzentren ...

    In: Zeitschrift für Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie 69 (2022), 1-2, 45-58 | Andreas Blätte, Anna Fräßdorf, Jan-Ocko Heuer, Ute Hoffstätter, Christoph Leonhardt, Laura Menze, Bernhard Miller, Kati Mozygemba, Dagmar Pattloch, Julia Rakers, Silke Reineke, Thomas Runge, Friederike Schlücker, Thomas Schmidt, Knut Wenzig, Christof Wolf
  • Personality stability and change: A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies

    Past research syntheses provided evidence that personality traits are both stable and changeable throughout the lifespan. However, early meta-analytic estimates were constrained by a relatively small universe of longitudinal studies, many of which tracked personality traits in small samples over moderate time periods using measures that were only loosely related to contemporary trait models such as ...

    (PsyArXiv Preprints)
    | Wiebke Bleidorn, Ted Schwaba, Anqing Zheng, Christopher J. Hopwood, Susana S. Sosa, Brent W. Roberts, D. A. Briley
  • Good Bye Lenin Revisited: East-West Preferences Three Decades After Reunification

    In this paper, we document that living under Communism vs. Capitalism has lasting e<U+FB00>ects on preferences for a strong government. Relying on the natural experiment of German reuni<U+FB01>cation and extending the analysis of Alesina and Fuchs-Schündeln (2007), we show that East Germans still have stronger preferences for redistribution than West Germans 27 years after reuni<U+FB01>cation. ...

    (Working Paper)
    | Mariia Bondar, Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln
  • Did Immigrants Perceive More Job Insecurity during the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic? Evidence from German Panel Data

    Immigrants have been affected more than native-born ethnic majority populations by the negative economic consequences of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. This contribution examines whether they have also experienced higher levels of perceived job insecurity, reflected in a differential increase in financial concerns and the fear of job loss during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. This empirical study employs the SOEP-CoV ...

    In: Social Sciences 11 (2022), 5, 224 | Marvin Bürmann, Jannes Jacobsen, Cornelia Kristen, Simon Kühne, Dorian Tsolak
  • The Determinants of Population Self-Control

    This paper demonstrates that structural factors can shape people's self-control. We study the determinants of adult self-control using population-representative data and exploiting two sources of quasi-experimental variation-Germany's division and compulsory schooling reforms. We find that former East Germans have substantially higher levels of self-control than West Germans and provide evidence for ...

    Bonn: Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), 2022,
    (IZA DP No. 15175)
    | Deborah A. Cobb-Clark, Sarah C. Dahmann, Daniel A. Kamhöfer, Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch
  • Intergenerational Transmission of Welfare: Evidence from Germany

    We study the intergenerational transmission of welfare receipt in Germany. We first describe the correlation of welfare receipt experienced in the parental household and subsequent own welfare receipt of young adults. In a second step, we investigate whether the observed correlations reflect causal effects using the Gottschalk (1996) approach and a family fixed effects estimation. We take advantage ...

    Munich: CESifo, 2021, | Jennifer Feichtmayer, Regina T. Riphahn
  • Mortality, severe disability and long-term care in Germany: recent trends, differences and determinants

    2021, | Olga Grigoriev
  • SOEP Survey Papers ; 1096: Series H - SOEP-IS Modules / 2022

    SOEP-IS 2014 – Inattentional Blindness

    2022| Dalton Conley, Christopher F. Chabris, Daniel J. Simons
  • SOEP Survey Papers ; 1093: Series H - SOEP-IS Modules / 2022

    SOEP-IS 2014 – Determinants of Attitudes to Income Redistribution

    2022| Christina Fong, Ilpo Kauppinen, Panu Poutvaara
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