An article in the magazine MITBESTIMMUNG (“co-determination”) of the Hans-Böckler Foundation refers to results of our COVID-19-Employment Survey (German language only). It basically discusses how employees in co-determined businesses are better off than employees in businesses without co-determination.
In a new paper, I analyzed whether social inequality in Germany increased during the beginning of the Corona pandemic. Building on representative German Online-panel data, I found particularly respondents in deprived social classes affected by income loss, stress, and burden due to the crisis – indicating a fortification of social inequality in Germany. You can find the working paper here.
Here´s my threat on this (only German).
With my co-author Barbara Fulda, we analyzed the impact of social stratification (“Soziale Lebenslagen”) on attitudes toward climate change based on representative panel data from 2017 and 2019 for the German electorate. We find an increasing, widespread worry about climate change throughout the German society, while group differences are rather marginal. You can find the working paper here.
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