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  • Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

    A Star Was Born: How Workers Respond to Politically-Charged Job Postings (with Pawel Adrjan, Mária Balgová, Simon Jäger, and Jason Sockin)

    While nouns in the German language are gendered toward males, the introduction of the "gender star" or "gender colon"' have allowed for nouns to be interpreted as not assigning gender, or non-binary. Their usage however has become highly politically polarizing. Using over 40 million online job postings from 2016 to 2023, we document the rising prevalence of the gender star and colon in the German...

    20.12.2023| Jonas Jessen
  • Externe Monographien

    Out for Good: Labor Market Effects of Transitory and Persistent Health Shocks

    Health shocks limit individuals’ participation in the labor market and pose a major risk to household welfare. In this paper, we derive two novel health shock indicators using machine learning based on sick days and hospitalizations: one for transitory and one for persistent shocks. In an event study framework, we show their respective effects on employment, yearly working hours, and labor earnings, ...

    SSRN, 2022, 48 S.
    (SSRN Papers)
    | Mattis Beckmannhagen, Johannes König
  • Data Documentation 107 / 2024

    DIW Women Executives Barometer: Method Report and Codebook for the Waves 2015-2024

    2024| Virginia Sondergeld, Katharina Wrohlich
  • Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

    Pension and Long-Term Care Expectations: Evidence from Germany

    Two significant drivers of a person's financial situation in old age are pension income and costs for long-term care dependence. Both are unknown when the person makes her most important financial decisions, which makes it particularly interesting to understand her beliefs about them and how they influence her choices. In a representative survey, we elicit detailed expectations about individuals...

    05.07.2023| Bruno Veltri (HU Berlin), Maximilian Blesch
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Financial Incentives and Labor Force Participation of Older Workers: Evidence from France

    This paper estimates the impact of financial incentives on retirement decision in France for cohorts of men retiring between 1994 to 2012. During these two decades, a number of pension reforms took place, all aiming to achieve financial balance in the context of increasing life expectancy. These reforms strengthened incentives to retire later, either by ofoffering increased pension benefit for later ...

    In: Axel Börsch-Supan, Courtney Coile (Eds) , Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World : The Effects of Reforms on Retirement Behavior
    Chicago : University of Chicago Press
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    International Social Security
    | Antoine Bozio, Simon Rabaté, Maxime Tô, Julie Tréguier
  • Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

    The Persistence of Employment Gaps in Couples: To what extent do relative female-to-male wage opportunities matter?

    Gender gaps in employment have narrowed but remain substantial, especially within couples. When I proxy potential earnings through demand-driven wage changes in job tasks within industries and using German administrative data, I show that a rising relative female-to-male potential wage increases work hours of female partners, but at a diminishing rate. Men, on the other hand, reduce their work...

    31.01.2024| Luisa Hammer
  • Research Project

    The effect of pension reforms on old age poverty

    This project analyses various reform and labour market scenarios with regard to their impact on old-age poverty in the period up to 2045. These are changes to the lower limit for the level of protection in the GRV (holding lines), the pension adjustment rule, a higher retirement age, a generous exemption scheme for pension income from the GRV for basic security, and increased gainful employment at...

    Completed Project| Public Economics
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Examining Double Standards in Layoff Preferences and Expectations for Gender, Age, and Ethnicity When Violating the Social Norm of Vaccination

    Whether vaccination refusal is perceived as a social norm violation that affects layoff decisions has not been tested. Also unknown is whether ascribed low-status groups are subject to double standards when they violate norms, experiencing stronger sanctions in layoff preferences and expectations, and whether work performance attenuates such sanctioning. Therefore, we study layoff preferences and expectations ...

    In: Scientific Reports 14 (2024), 39, 14 S. | Cristóbal Moya, Sebastian Sattler, Shannon Taflinger, Carsten Sauer
  • SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    The Economic Determinants of Bitterness – Evidence from Plant Closures in Germany

    -- joint with Panu Poutvaara and Max Steinhardt This study analyzes the determinants of bitterness, which describes a feeling of not having achieved what one deserves compared to others. First, we perform pooled OLS and fixed effects regressions, showing that bitterness is associated with various economic and non-economic factors, whereby the effect of unemployment stands out. Therefore, in the...

    19.04.2023| Christopher Prömel, Freie Universität Berlin
  • SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Do Natural Disasters affect Retirement Savings? Evidence from Queensland Floods 2010-2011

    Pension funds carry implications on citizens wellbeing in their retirement years and countries’ growths, rendering changes to them following natural disasters of great importance. Using administrative data that comprises a 10 percent random sample of the Australian population and a natural experimental design, we investigate the effects of natural disasters on retirement savings in the aftermath...

    17.05.2023| Merve Küçük
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