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  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Tackling the European Migration Problem

    In: Klaus F. Zimmermann, Thomas Bauer (Eds.) , The Economics of Migration: Vol. 1. The Migration Decision and Immigration Policy
    Cheltenham [u.a.]: Elgar
    S. 483-500
    | Klaus F. Zimmermann
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Mass Migration, Unions, and Government Intervention

    In: Klaus F. Zimmermann, Thomas Bauer (Eds.) , The Economics of Migration: Vol. 4. Migration and the Natives
    Cheltenham [u.a.]: Elgar
    S. 86-102
    | Christoph M. Schmidt, Anette Stilz, Klaus F. Zimmermann
  • Diskussionspapiere 283 / 2002

    Gaining Access to Housing in Germany: The Foreign Minority Experience

    Housing is a critical component of household well being and the extent to which minority households have achieved parity with Germans is a measure of the extent to which this population is integrated into the larger German society. Specifically we examine whether the housing conditions for immigrants2 has improved between 1985 and 1998 despite the greater barriers to upward mobility for low skill workers ...

    2002| Anita I. Drever, William A. V. Clark
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Managing Migration in the European Welfare State

    In: Immigration Policy and the Welfare System
    Oxford : Univ. Press
    S. 1-167
    | Herbert Brücker, Gil S. Epstein, Barry McCormick, Gilles Saint-Paul, Alessandra Venturini, Klaus Zimmermann
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Portuguese Migrants in the German Labor Market: Selection and Performance

    The labor market performance of Portuguese workers in Germany is analyzed in this article. While previous work has compared wages and characteristics of migrants to natives only, this study also matches the data set with an equivalent survey from the sending country. The findings show that Portuguese migrants as a whole are negatively selected, with the exception of blue-collar workers, the largest ...

    In: International Migration Review 36 (2002), 2, S. 467-491 | Thomas Bauer, Pedro T. Pereira, Michael Vogler, Klaus F. Zimmermann
  • Externe Monographien

    Economic and Social Perspectives of Immigrant Children in Germany

    Overall, children in Germany live in households with below average incomes; therefore social policies that address the vulnerable position of Germany's children are necessary. These policies should cover targeted financial transfers as well as improvements in day care provision for children. With respect to selected non-monetary as well as monetary indicators our empirical analyses show significant ...

    Bonn: IZA, 2001, 28 S.
    (Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 301)
    | Joachim R. Frick, Gert G. Wagner
  • Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 2001

    Economic Status of Older German Immigrants

    The income of married couples in which the husband is an immigrant aged 50 and older is compared to that of native- born Germans for the period 1995 to 1997. Immigrants are divided into households that arrived in Germany before and after 1984. Using Samples A, B, and D of the GSOEP, the income of immigrants is shown to be significantly lower than that of the native-born German population for households ...

    2001| Robert L. Clark, Ann York
  • Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 2001

    Income Composition and Redistribution in Germany: The Role of Ethnic Origin and Assimilation

    This paper deals with the relative economic performance of immigrants compared to the native born population in Germany. We compare pre and post-government income, using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel from 1995 to 1997. We categorize six population subgroups by the ethnicity of the adult household members: native-born West Germans, East Germans, "pure" Aussiedler (ethnic German immigrants), ...

    2001| Felix Büchel, Joachim R. Frick
  • Economic Bulletin 9 / 2001

    EU Eastern Enlargement: Sealing Off or Regulated Opening Up? Transition Periods for Free Movement of Workers

    2001| Herbert Brücker, Christian Weise
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Immigrants, Natives and Social Assistance: Comparable Take-Up under Comparable Circumstances

    Are immigrants on welfare because they are more likely to be eligible or because they are more likely to claim benefits for which they are eligible? The answer is politically important, but because most current research on immigration and welfare is based on data from the United States, the answer is difficult due to the complexities of the transfer system which make eligibility determinations difficult. ...

    In: International Migration Review 35 (2001), 135, S. 726-748 | Edward Castronova, Hilke Kayser, Joachim R. Frick, Gert G. Wagner
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