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Labour, Markets and Inequality

Workshop at the IAB, Nuremberg (Germany)

Thursday, 24 September 2009

Time (CET) Program
9:00 - 9:30 Registration

9:30 - 9:45

Welcome /Introduction (Room 168)
Joachim Möller (IAB)

9:45 - 10:45
Invited Lecture I
  • Colin Crouch Warwick Business School
    Flexibility and security on the labour market: an analysis of the governance of  inequality (Room 168)
    Paper
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 13:00

Session A: Wages and inequality I (Room 168)
Chair: Christian Lahusen (Universität Siegen)

  • Johannes Giesecke* (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin), Roland Verwiebe (Universität Wien)
    The impact of class on social inequality: Winners and losers of the income dynamics in Germany between 1998 and 2005
    (Discussant: Markus Promberger, IAB)
    Paper  
  • Dirk Antonczyk*, Bernd Fitzenberger, Ute Leuschner (Universität Freiburg)
    Can a task-based approach explain the recent changes in the German wage structure?
    (Discussant: Joachim Möller, IAB)
    Paper
  • Kjersti Misje Nilsen*, Harald Dale-Olsen (Institute for Social Research, Oslo)
    The Matthew principle in practice - on the development of wage dispersion in Norway and the relation to changes in the profitability distribution of firms
    (Discussant: Lutz Bellmann, IAB)
    Paper
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 16:20 

Session B1: Wages and inequality II (Room 164)
Chair: Joachim Möller (IAB) 

  • Ngoc Ha Dao* (Université du Québec à Montreal)
    Asymmetric information, wage dispersion and unemployment fluctuations
    (Discussant: Philipp vom Berge, University Regensburg)
     Paper
  • Tatiana Karabchuk*, Vladimir Gimpelson, Rostislav Kapelyushnikov (Higher School of Economics, State University Moscow)
    Differences in wages of standard and non-standard workers in Russia
    (Discussant: Martin Dietz, IAB)
    Paper

15:20 - 15:40 Coffee Break

  • Lutz Bellmann* (IAB), Martyn Andrews (University of Manchester), Torsten Schank (Universität Erlangen-Nuremberg), Richard Upward (University of Nottingham)
    The impact of financial participation on workers
    (Discussant: Dirk Antonczyk, Universität Freiburg)
    Paper

14:00 - 17:00

Session B2: Impact of taxes and transers on inequality (Room 168)
Chair: Viktor Steiner (DIW Berlin)

  • Andreas Peichl* (IZA Bonn), Clemens Fuest (University of Oxford), Judith Niehues (Universität Köln)
    The redistributive effects of tax benefit systems in the enlarged EU
    (Discussant: Ulrich Walwei, IAB)
    Paper
  • Karen Jaehrling* (University of Duisburg-Essen)
    Low income households in European welfare states 'after the male breadwinner' - A challenge for politics and for comparative welfare state research
    (Discussant: Gesine Stephan, IAB)
    Paper

15:20 - 15:40 Coffee Break

  • Kerstin Bruckmeier*, Barbara Schwengler (IAB)
    How federal social policies influence spatial income inequalities in Germany
    (Discussant: Viktor Steiner, DIW Berlin)
    Paper - revised version 
  • Gesine Stephan* (IAB)
    Employer wage subsidies and wages in Germany: Evidence from individual data
    (Discussant: Andreas Peichl, IZA Bonn)
    Paper
17:00 - 18:00
Invited Lecture II

John E. Roemer Yale University
Incentives versus coordination as market functions (Room 168)
 Paper

19:00 Dinner
Gutmann am Dutzendteich, Bayernstr. 150, 90478 Nürnberg

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Friday, 25 September 2009

Time (CET) Program
09:00 - 10:00
Invited Lecture III

Claus Offe Hertie School of Goverance 
Varieties of labor market inequality: Some benign, some not so (Room 168)

10:00 - 10:15 Coffee break
10:15 - 12:15

Session C1: (Wage) Inequality and gender I (Room 168)
Chair: Ulrich Walwei (IAB)

  • Alissa Tolstokorova* (International School Equal Opportunities, Kiev, Ukraine)
    The burden of bread-winning in the bread basket of Europe: Gender dimension of rural poverty, unemployment and labour migration in Ukraine
    (Discussant: Tatiana Karabchuk, Centre for Labour Market Studies, Moscow)
    Paper 
  • Katrin Sommerfeld*, Bernd Fitzenberger, Dirk Antonczyk (Universität Freiburg)
    The decline of wage bargaining, rising wage dispersion, and the gender wage gap
    (Discussant: Hermann Gartner, IAB)
    Paper 
  • Christoph Meng*, Ger Ramackers (Masstricht University)
    Care or assert? The impact of the gender match on wage
    (Discussant: Stefan Fuchs, IAB)
    Paper 

10:15 - 12:15

Session C2: Labour market mobility and inequality (Room 162)
Chair: Rainer Trinczek (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

  • Ronald Bachmann*, Thomas K. Bauer, Peggy David (RWI, Essen)
    Cohort wage effects and job mobility
    (Discussant: Uwe Blien, IAB)
    Paper  
  • Steffen Hillmert* (University Tübingen)
    Occupational mobility and cumulative inequality along the life course: Long-term trends on the German labour market
    (Discussant: Bernd Fitzenberger, Universität Freiburg))
    Paper 
  • Brigitte Schels* (IAB)
    Job entry and the ways out of benefit receipt of young adults in Germany
    (Discussant: Martin Abraham, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
    Paper  
12:15 - 13:15 Lunch
13:15 - 15:15

Session D: (Wage) Inequality and gender II (Room 168)
Chair: Wolfgang Ludwig-Mayerhofer (Universität Siegen)

  • Kathrin Leuze* (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin), Susanne Strauß* (Universität Tübingen)
    Wage inequality between male and female university graduates: the influence of occupational specialization, female-dominated subjects and occupational segregation
    (Discussant: Britta Matthes, IAB)
    Paper 
  • Matthias Pollmann-Schult* (Universität Bielefeld)
    Marriage and earnings: an investigation into the causes of the male wage premium
    (Discussant: Rainer Trinczek, Technische Universität München)
    Paper 
  • Stefan Liebig*, Carsten Sauer, Jürgen Schupp (Universität Bielefeld) 
    The justice of earnings in dual-earner households
    (Discussant: Wolfgang Ludwig-Mayerhofer, Universität Siegen) 
    Paper 
15:15 - 15:30 Joachim Möller (IAB)
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