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Proceedings of the 11th International Socio-Economic Panel User Conference (SOEP 2014) (JCE 1/2015)

Schmollers Jahrbuch, 135. Jahrgang (2015), Heft 1

2015. S. 1–108.
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The 11th SOEP User Conference focused on two broad areas: socio-economic inequalities and migration, reflecting the growing interest of the social sciences in understanding the inter-temporal patterns behind these phenomena and their implications for modern welfare states. As the potentials of longitudinal data in these research domains remain vastly underexplored, the conference sought to provide a forum to discuss the potentials of panel data and to promote the possibilities of these data to research community.

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Marco Giesselmann, Carsten Schröder, Johannes Giesecke, John Haisken-DeNew, Anika Rasner, and Jule Specht
Editorial: From Panel Data to Longitudinal Analytical Designs: a Note on Contemporary Research Based on Data from the Socio Economic Panel Study (SOEP)

Alexander Sohn, Nadja Klein, and Thomas Kneib
A Semiparametric Analysis of Conditional Income Distributions

Christoph Kern
Modeling Mobility Dispositions from a Multilevel Perspective

Leen Vandecasteele and Frederike Esche
Women's Labour Force Exit: the Role of her Partner's Socio-Economic Position

Andrea Zochert
Getting a Job: The Effect of Employment Sectors and Men's and Women's Networks

Martin Ehlert
Couples' Strategies after Job Loss in West Germany and the United States – The Added Worker Effect and Linked Life Courses

Rossella Icardi
Is Workplace Training more Beneficial for Vocationally Educated Workers? A Comparison Between England and Germany

Christiane Bozoyan and Tobias Wolbring
The Usefulness of Directed Acyclic Graphs: What Can DAGs Contribute to a Residual Approach to Weight-Related Income Discrimination?

Bruce Headey and Ruud Muffels
People Typically Experience Extended Periods of Relative Happiness or Unhappiness due to Positive Feedback Loops Between LS and Variables Which are Both Causes and Consequences of LS


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