Querschnittsthema
Demografischer Wandel

Publikationen

Artikel in referierten Zeitschriften

2018

Kluve, J. und S. Schmitz (2018), Back to Work: parental benefits and mothers' labor market outcomes in the medium-run. Industrial and Labor Relations Review (forthcoming)

Giesecke, M. und G. Yang (2018), Are Financial Retirement Incentives More Effective if Pension Knowledge is High?. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance (forthcoming)

Giesecke, M. (2018), The Effect of Benefit Reductions on the Retirement Age: The Heterogeneous Response of Manual and Non-Manual Workers. Review of Income and Wealth 64 (1): 213-238.

Neumann, U. (2018), Ageing by feet? Regional migration, neighbourhood choice and local demographic change in German cities. Population, Space and Place (forthcoming)

2017

Basilio, L., T. K. Bauer und A. Kramer (2017), Transferability of Human Capital and Immigrant Assimilation: An Analysis for Germany. LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 31 (3): 245-264.

Artikel in sonstigen Zeitschriften

2015

Schmidt, C. M. (2015), Rentenpolitik im Angesicht des demografischen Wandels - Problemverschärfung statt Rationalität. Wirtschaftsdienst 95 (13): 7-15. download

Diskussionspapiere

2017

Kolodziej, I. und P. García-Gómez (2017), The Causal Effects of Retirement on Mental Health: Looking Beyond the Mean Effects. Ruhr Economic Papers #668. RUB, RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788775 download

2016

Neumann, U. (2016), Ageing by Feet? Regional Migration, Neighbourhood Choice and Local Demographic Change in German Cities. Ruhr Economic Papers #665. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788771 download

Kluve, J., S. Puerto, D. Robalino, J. Romero, F. Rother, J. Stöterau, F. Weidenkaff und M. Witte (2016), Do Youth Employment Programs Improve Labor Market Outcomes? A Systematic Review. Ruhr Economic Papers #648. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788754 download

Bredtmann, J. und N. Smith (2016), Inequalities in Educational Outcomes – How Important Is the Family?. Ruhr Economic Papers #644. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788749 download

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