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DIW Wochenbericht 49 / 2017

Mindestlohn noch längst nicht für alle – Zur Entlohnung anspruchsberechtigter Erwerbstätiger vor und nach der Mindestlohnreform aus der Perspektive Beschäftigter

Berechnungen auf Basis des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels (SOEP) zeigen, dass sich nach der Einführung des Mindestlohns im Januar 2015 das Lohnwachstum der anspruchsberechtigten Beschäftigten mit niedrigen Löhnen deutlich beschleunigt hat: So lag das nominale Wachstum bei den vertraglichen Stundenlöhnen im unteren Dezil, das heißt im untersten Zehntel der Lohnverteilung, vor der Reform bei weniger als ...

2017| Patrick Burauel, Marco Caliendo, Alexandra Fedorets, Markus M. Grabka, Carsten Schröder, Jürgen Schupp, Linda Wittbrodt
DIW Weekly Report 48 / 2021

Artificial Intelligence in Germany: Employees Often Unaware They Are Working with AI-Based Systems

Using a new SOEP-IS data module on digitalization including information on the prevalence of AI use in the workplace, this report shows that the term “artificial intelligence” often remains inscrutable in the day-to-day work of many employees. When asked directly about the use of digital systems with the term “artificial intelligence,” around 20 percent of the working respondents in the sample indicate ...

2021| Oliver Giering, Alexandra Fedorets, Jule Adriaans, Stefan Kirchner
DIW Weekly Report 28/29 / 2019

Minimum Wage: Many Entitled Employees in Germany Still Do Not Receive It

There has been a universal statutory minimum wage in Germany for a good four years, but many employees still do not receive it. This is the finding of new calculations based on the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), which have updated noncompliance with the minimum wage for 2017. Even conservative calculations indicate that around 1.3 million people who are entitled to the minimum wage receive a lower wage ...

2019| Alexandra Fedorets, Markus M. Grabka, Carsten Schröder
DIW Economic Bulletin 49 / 2017

Minimum Wage Not yet for Everyone: On the Compensation of Eligible Workers before and after the Minimum Wage Reform from the Perspective of Employees

Calculations based on data from the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) show that after the introduction of a statutory minimum wage in Germany in January 2015, the wage growth of eligible employees with low wages accelerated significantly. Before the reform, the nominal growth in contractual hourly wages in the lowest decile, the bottom tenth of the pay distribution, was less than two percent in the long-term ...

2017| Patrick Burauel, Marco Caliendo, Alexandra Fedorets, Markus M. Grabka, Carsten Schröder, Jürgen Schupp, Linda Wittbrodt
DIW aktuell ; 61 : Sonderausgaben zur Bundestagswahl 2021 / 2021

Mindestlohn: Nicht nur die Höhe ist entscheidend

Sechs Jahre nach der Einführung des Mindestlohns in Deutschland stehen vor allem die Höhe des Mindestlohns und seine europaweite Einführung im Fokus der politischen Debatte. Dabei wird zu wenig auf weitere strukturelle Schwachstellen eingegangen, die im Rahmen der Mindestlohneinführung zutage traten. So lassen sich Stundenlohnerhöhungen nicht eins zu eins in Erhöhungen der Monatseinkommen übersetzen. ...

2021| Alexandra Fedorets, Mattis Beckmannshagen
Diskussionspapiere 1810 / 2019

Gender Quotas in the Boardroom: New Evidence from Germany

We examine the introduction of a gender quota law in Germany, mandating a minimum 30% of the underrepresented gender on the supervisory boards of a particular type of firms. We exploit the fact that Germany has a two-tier corporate system consisting of the affected supervisory boards and unaffected management boards within the same firm. We find a positive effect on the female share on supervisory ...

2019| Alexandra Fedorets, Anna Gibert, Norma Burow
SOEPpapers 1000 / 2018

How Do Households Allocate Risk?

Individuals often have to decide to which degree of risk they want to expose others, or how much risk to accept if their choice has an externality on third parties. One typical application is a household. We run an experiment in the German Socio-Economic Panel with two members from 494 households. Participants have a good estimate of each other’s risk preferences, even if not explicitly informed. They ...

2018| Christoph Engel, Alexandra Fedorets, Olga Gorelkina
SOEPpapers 968 / 2018

Great Expectations: Reservation Wages and the Minimum Wage Reform

We use the German Socio-Economic Panel to show that introducing a high-impact statutory minimum wage causes an increase in reservation wages of approximately 4 percent at the low end of the distribution. The shifts in reservation wages and observed wages due to the minimum wage reform are comparable in their magnitude. Additional results show that German citizens adjust their reservation wages more ...

2018| Alexandra Fedorets, Alexey Filatov, Cortnie Shupe
SOEPpapers 950 / 2017

The Short-Run Employment Effects of the German Minimum Wage Reform

We assess the short-term employment effects of the introduction of a national statutory minimum wage in Germany in 2015. For this purpose, we exploit variation in the regional treatment intensity, assuming that the stronger a minimum wage 'bites' into the regional wage distribution, the stronger the regional labour market will be affected. In contrast to previous studies, we draw upon detailed individual ...

2017| Marco Caliendo, Alexandra Fedorets, Malte Preuss, Carsten Schröder, Linda Wittbrodt
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