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Mindestlohn und Arbeitsintensität: Evidenz aus Deutschland

2015 wurde nach jahrelangen und zum Teil heftigen politischen Diskussionender gesetzliche Mindestlohn in Deutschland eingeführt. Seitens der Gegner undSkeptiker dieser Reform wurden vielfältige negative Folgen eines gesetzlichenMindestlohns antizipiert. So wurde unter anderem argumentiert, dass einMindestlohn und dessen geplante regelmäßige Anpassung zu einer gesteigertenArbeitsintensität in den Mindestlohnbereichen ...

In: WSI-Mitteilungen 74 (2021), 6, S. 446-453 | Alexandra Fedorets, Ralf Himmelreicher
Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Monographien

Transformation in Eastern Europe: Impact on Trade and Employmentin France and Germany

1995| Dieter Schumacher
Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

Voice at Work

31.05.2021| Simon Jäger (MIT)
Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

Perceived Costs and Benefits of Maternal Labor Supply Decisions

29.03.2021| Teodora Boneva (University of Zurich)
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Lost Job, Lost Trust? On the Effect of Involuntary Job Loss on Trust

This paper tests the conjecture that involuntary job loss erodes trust. Using the German Socio-Economic Panel and considering how trust evolves over a quinquennial time interval, we find that job loss decreases trust by about 9 percent of a standard deviation.

In: Journal of Economic Psychology 84 (2021), 102369, 9 S. | Tim Friehe, Jan Marcus
SOEPpapers 1122 / 2021

Wage Determination in the Shadow of the Law: The Case of Works Councilors in Germany

The German law on co-determination at the plant level (Betriebsverfassungsgesetz) stipulates that works councilors are neither to be financially rewarded nor penalized for their activities. This regulation contrasts with publicized instances of excessive payments. The divergence has sparked a debate about the need to reform the law. This paper provides representative evidence on wage payments to works ...

2021| Laszlo Goerke, Markus Pannenberg
Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

New Frontiers: The Origins and Content of New Work, 1940-2018

08.02.2021| Anna Salomons, Utrecht University
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Great Expectations: Reservation Wages and Minimum Wage Reform

This paper is the first causal study using quasi-experimental methods to identify the effect of minimum wages on the reservation wages of non-workers. We exploit variation in regional exposure to the introduction of a high-impact minimum wage in Germany in 2015, combined with survey responses about wage acceptance thresholds of job seekers. Results show a 16% increase in reservation wages among non-employed ...

In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 183 (2021), S. 397–419 | Alexandra Fedorets, Cortney Shupe
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Early Retirement of Employees in Demanding Jobs: Evidence from a German Pension Reform

Early retirement options are usually targeted at employees at risk of not reaching their regular retirement age inemployment. An important at-risk group comprises older employees who have worked in demanding jobs formany years. This group may be particularly negatively affected by the abolition of early retirement options. Tomeasure differences in labor market reactions of employees in low- and high-demand ...

In: The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 22 (2022), 100387, 23 S. | Thomas Zwick, Mona Bruns, Johannes Geyer, Svenja Lorenz
SOEPpapers 1166 / 2022

The Impact of Natives’ Attitudes Towards Immigrants on Their Integration in the Host Country

Exploiting the random allocation of asylum seekers to different locations in Germany, we study the impact of right-wing voting on refugees’ integration. We find that in municipalities with more voting for the right-wing AfD, refugees have worse economic and social integration. These impacts are largest for groups targeted by AfD campaigns and refugees are also more likely to suffer from harassment and ...

2022| Pia Schilling, Steven Stillman
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