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The impact of ageing on income inequality
The question whether ageing leads to more or less inequality is not easily answered. Different, in part opposed, effects can be identified that are sensible to reactions of private households, theExpand
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The impact of a shortened schooling time on the transition from school to studies – empirical evidence from a natural experiment
ABSTRACT The policy measure G8 was supposed to bring German school leavers into university earlier. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the effect of G8 on the transition from school into universityExpand
The transition behaviour from school to studies – Empirical evidence on the reasons of a delayed start of studies in Germany
With the end of school and the diploma qualifying for university admission or matriculation young people in Germany can choose between vocational education and studies. In the period from 2000 toExpand
Input-Output Modelling in the MENA Region - A case study for Morocco
Science-based policy analysis becomes increasingly important in the globalised world. Complex economic and social structures need to be thoroughly analysed and direct and indirect effects of policyExpand
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Reallocation of Purchasing Power due to Demographic Change - The Case of North Rhine-Westphalia
The ageing process of populations due to demographic change affects the economy in various ways. The study at hand focuses on the reallocation of income and changes in consumption expenses caused byExpand
Consumption modelling considering different socio-economic household types
Private households constitute one of the main economic sectors. The underlying house-hold structure determines income and consumption aggregates. For example, changes in the population compositionExpand
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The similarities in efficiency of universities and universities of applied sciences in Lower Saxony
Due to the advancing economisation and the associated discussion on the distribution of public budgets and tax revenues, the efficiency of higher education institutions is increasingly coming intoExpand
Empirical evidence in explaining the transition behaviour from school to studies - challenges in forecasting the number of first-year students in Germany
The German education system is organised in a federal system, i.e. each of the 16 Federal States is solely responsible for the supply and financing of the university places. Offering a sufficientExpand
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