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Talks at scientific conferences 2018

Christina Boll

  • What does actually drive migrant and non-migrant mothers’ employment and childcare usage in Germany? (paper by Christina Boll, Andreas Lagemann), Conference „Gender Economics and the Workplace“, Nuremberg, 8+9 November 2018.
  • The Gender Lifetime Earnings Gap: Exploring Gendered Pay from the Life Course Perspective (paper by Christina Boll, Andreas Lagemann, Malte Jahn), Keynote auf der 5. Nutzerkonferenz des FDZ der Bundesagentur für Arbeit am IAB, Nuremberg, 11.12.2018.
  • Public Childcare and Maternal Labour Supply: New Evidence for Germany, 9. Nutzerkonferenz von gesis, Destatis und den Statistischen Ämtern des Bundes und der Länder „Forschen mit dem Mikrozensus“ Analysen zur Sozialstruktur und zum sozialen Wandel, Mannheim, 27.-28.11.2018.
  • Persistence, change and heterogeneity in the gender pay gap across the European Union, Input Statement to the Conference “Seeking Progress – The Gender Pay Gap: Dialogue between Country Desk Officers, D.2 Gender Equality Unit of DG Justice and Consumers/European Commission and SAAGE Country Experts”, organised by SAAGE network, Brussels, 19 February 2018.

Malte Jahn

  • Using the FLQ formula in estimating interregional output multipliers (paper with Tony Flegg and Timo Tohmo), 10th Input-Output Workshop, University of Bremen (in cooperation with GWS and HS Bochum), Bremen, 15-16 March 2018.

Katrin Knauf

  • Recent developments of the commodity prices, AIECE Meeting, Warsaw, 17 May 2018.

Andreas Lagemann

  • Do children mirror their parents’ time use? The case of educational activities (paper by Christina Boll, Andreas Lagemann), 40th International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR) Conference "Time for Us – Celebrating Time", Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 24-26 October 2018.
  • The Gender Lifetime Earnings Gap: Exploring Gendered Pay from the Life Course Perspective (paper by Christina Boll, Andreas Lagemann, Malte Jahn), European Population Conference, Brussels, 8 June 2018.

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