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Persönliche Seite von Prof. Dr. Daniel Schnitzlein

Contact Information

E-Mail: schnitzleinaoek.uni-hannover.de

Office hours: by appointment

Research webpage: 

http://schnitzlein.wordpress.com

 

Institute of Labour Economics Secretary

Phone: +49-(0)511-762-5620

Fax: +49-(0)511-762-8297

 

 

Research Interests

  • Intergenerational mobility
  • Social Inequality
  • Economics of Education
  • Health Economics

Publications

Discussion papers and submitted manuscripts:

  1. The effect of maternal education on offspring's mental health (with Daniel Graeber) - manuscript available upon request.
  2. The relationship between trust, cognitive skills, and democracy - evidence from 30 countries around the world - manuscript available upon request.
  3. The protective (?) effect of education on mental health (with Sarah Dahmann) - manuscript available upon request.
  4. Occupational Knowledge and Educational Mobility - Evidence from the Introduction of Job Information Centers (with Nils Saniter and Thomas Siedler) – submitted, manuscript available upon request.


Articles in refereed journals:

  1. Bügelmayer, E., Schnitzlein, D.D. (2017), Is it the family or the neighborhood? Evidence from sibling and neighbor correlations in youth education and health, Journal of Economic Inequality, online first.
  2. Anger, S., Schnitzlein, D. D. (2017), Cognitive Skills, Non-cognitive Skills, and Family Background: Evidence from Sibling CorrelationsJournal of Population Economics 30(2), pages 591-620.
  3. Bratberg E., Davis J., Mazumder B., Nybom M., Schnitzlein D. D., Vaage K., (2017), A Comparison of Intergenerational Mobility Curves in Germany, Norway, Sweden and the U.S.Scandinavian Journal of Economics 119(1), pages 72-101.
  4. Schnitzlein, D.D., Stephani J., (2016), Locus of Control and low-wage mobility, Journal of Economic Psychology 53, pages 164-177.
  5. Riphahn, R.T., Schnitzlein, D.D., (2016), Wage Mobility in East and West Germany, Labour Economics 39, pages 11-34.
  6. Schnitzlein, D.D., Wunder, C., (2016), Are we architects of our own happiness? The importance of family background for well-being, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 16(1), pages 125-149.
  7. Schnitzlein, D.D., (2016), A New Look at Intergenerational Mobility in Germany Compared to the U.S., Review of Income and Wealth 62, pages 650–667. 
  8. Schnitzlein, D.D., (2014), How important is the family? Evidence from sibling correlations in permanent earnings in the US, Germany and Denmark , Journal of Population Economics 27(1), pages 69-89.
  9. Schnitzlein, D.D., (2012), How important is cultural background for the level of intergenerational mobility? , Economics Letters 114(3), pages 335-337.
  10. Schnitzlein, D.D., Stephani J., (2011), Lohnmobilität von jüngeren Geringverdienern in Deutschland, Vierteljahrshefte der Wirtschaftsforschung 80(4), S. 13-30.
  11. Schnitzlein, D.D., (2009), Struktur und Ausmaß der intergenerationalen Einkommensmobilität in Deutschland, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 229(4), S. 450-466.
  12. Bruckmeier, K., Schnitzlein D.D., (2009), Der Übergang von Arbeitslosenhilfeempfängern in das SGB II - Eine empirische Analyse anhand von Befragungsdaten, Sozialer Fortschritt 58(1), S. 1-9.

 

Further publications:

  1. Schnitzlein, D.D. (2017), Was ist uns Bildung wert? Ausgaben für und Erträge von Bildung, impu!se für die Gesundheitsförderung 97, pages 4-5.
  2. Schnitzlein, D.D. (2013), Wenig Chancengleichheit in Deutschland: Familienhintergrund prägt eigenen ökonomischen Erfolg, DIW Wochenbericht 4-2013, S. 3-9. English version published as: Schnitzlein, D.D. (2013), Low Level of Equal Opportunities in Germany: Family Background Shapes Individual Economic Success, DIW Economic Bulletin 5-2013, pages 3-8.
  3. Schnitzlein, D.D. (2011) Umfang und Folgen der Nichtinanspruchnahme von Urlaub in Deutschland, DIW Wochenbericht 51+52-2011, S. 14-20. English version published as: Schnitzlein, D.D. (2012), Extent and Effects of Employees in Germany Forgoing Vacation Time, DIW Economic Bulletin, pages 25-31.
  4. Bernhard, S., Dressel, C., Fitzenberger, B., Schnitzlein, D.D., Stephan, G. (2006) Überschneidungen in der IEBS: Deskriptive Auswertung und Interpretation, FDZ Methodenreport 04/2006, IAB Nürnberg.


Books and Book Chapters:

  1. Schnitzlein, D.D., (2012), Inter- and intragenerational economic mobility – Germany in international comparison, IAB-Bibliothek Nr. 332, Dissertationen, W. Bertelsmann Verlag, Nuremberg/Bielefeld.
  2. Eine regionale Betrachtung der Sozialversicherung und raumwirksamer Mittel –Wer partizipiert wie?, in: H. Mäding (Hrsg.), Öffentliche Finanzströme und räumliche Entwicklung, Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Forschungs- und Sitzungsberichte 232, Hannover, pages 105-133 (with Kerstin Bruckmeier and Michael Zarth).

Short CV

Professional career:

since 04/2014 Assistant Professor (W1) of Economics, in particular Economics of Education, Leibniz University Hannover.
since 08/2011 Research Associate DIW Berlin; German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP).
04/2017 – 09/2017 Guest Professor (W3) of Labour Economics, Humboldt-University Berlin.
04/2013 – 04/2014 Guest Assistant Professor (W1) of Economics, Economics Department, University of Hamburg.
05/2010 – 09/2011 Researcher, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Chair: Regina T. Riphahn, Ph.D.
04/2008 – 04/2010 Researcher, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) Nuremberg.
09/2007 – 04/2008 Specialist, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) Nuremberg.


Education:

03/2012 Dr. rer. pol. (summa cum laude), equiv. to Ph.D. in economics, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Main supervisor: Prof. Regina T. Riphahn, Ph.D.
Second supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Stephan
04/2008 Dipl.-Volkswirt (equiv. to Master in economics), University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.

Further Affiliations

since 06/2017 - Senior Research Associate, DIW Econ

since 03/2017 - Bildungsökonomischer Ausschuss, Verein für Socialpolitik

since 03/2017 - Scientific Advisory Board, Thailand-Vietnam Socio-Economic Panel

since 01/2016 - Berlin Economics Research Associates (BERA)