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2423 Ergebnisse, ab 41
  • Externe referierte Aufsätze

    Income Growth in the United Kingdom during Late Career and after Retirement: Growing Inequalities after Deindustrialisation, Educational Expansion and Development of the Knowledge-based Economy

    This article shows how late-life incomes from work and pensions evolved in the United Kingdom between 1991 and 2007, the year the Great Recession began. Our main contribution comes from focusing on changes across cohorts in different educational groups while also considering the gender divide. Our statistical analyses based on the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) suggest that deindustrialisation, ...

    In: Ageing and Society 43 (2023), S. 393–420 | Alberto Veira-Ramos, Paul Schmelzer
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    Pandemic Depression: COVID-19 and the Mental Health of the Self-Employed

    We investigate the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on self-employed people’s mental health. Using representative longitudinal survey data from Germany, we reveal differential effects by gender: whereas self-employed women experienced a substantial deterioration in their mental health, self-employed men displayed no significant changes up to early 2021. Financial losses are important in explaining these ...

    In: Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 47 (2023), 3, S. 788-830 | Marco Caliendo, Daniel Graeber, Alexander S. Kritikos, Johannes Seebauer
  • Externe Monographien

    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    Potsdam: CEPA, 2023, 41 S.
    (CEPA Discussion Papers ; 61)
    | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodriguez, Claudia Stier
  • DIW Wochenbericht 6 / 2023

    Gender Pay Gap: Ein Armutszeugnis für Deutschland: Kommentar

    2023| Marcel Fratzscher
  • DIW Wochenbericht 7 / 2023

    Midijob-Reform: Mehr Umverteilung in der Rente – spürbare Kosten entlasten nicht zielgenau

    Die Bundesregierung hat die Förderung von Beschäftigung mit niedrigen Bruttoarbeitsentgelten (Midijobs) zum 1. Januar 2023 ausgeweitet und die Verdienstobergrenze auf 2 000 Euro brutto monatlich angehoben. Rund 6,2 Millionen Menschen mit einem Midijob profitieren von reduzierten Sozialbeiträgen. Zudem erhalten sie die vollen Rentenansprüche, obwohl sie verminderte Rentenbeiträge zahlen. Möglich wird ...

    2023| Hermann Buslei, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan
  • DIW Wochenbericht 7 / 2023

    Die Gewährung voller Rentenansprüche bei Midijobs ist wenig zielgenau: Interview

    2023| Hermann Buslei, Erich Wittenberg
  • Zeitungs- und Blogbeiträge

    Deutschland braucht die Kindergrundsicherung

    In: Die Zeit (10.02.2023), [Online-Artikel] | Marcel Fratzscher, Stefan Bach
  • Externe Monographien

    Basic Income - From Vision to Creeping Transformation of the Welfare State

    Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2023, XIV, 275 S. | Rolf G. Heinze, Jürgen Schupp
  • DIW Weekly Report 7 / 2023

    Midijob Reform: Increased Redistribution in Pension Insurance – Noticeable Costs, Relief Not Well Targeted

    The German Federal Government has expanded subsidies for employees with low gross wages (midijob employees) as of January 1, 2023, and raised the upper earnings limit to 2,000 euros. As a result, around 6.2 million midijob employees will benefit from paying reduced social security contributions while still receiving their full pension entitlements, made possible by a redistribution within the social ...

    2023| Hermann Buslei, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan
  • Externe referierte Aufsätze

    Inequality over the Business Cycle: The Role of Distributive Shocks

    This paper examines how wealth and income inequality dynamics are related to fluctuations in the functional income distribution over the business cycle. In a panel estimation for OECD countries between 1970 and 2016, although inequality is, on average countercyclical and significantly associated with the capital share, one-third of the countries display a pro- or noncyclical relationship. To analyze ...

    In: Macroeconomic Dynamics (2023), im Ersch. [online first:2021-11-18] | Marius Clemens, Ulrich Eydam, Maik Heinemann
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