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Ausschluss aus dem Arbeitsmarkt. Eine Längsschnittstudie mit Administrativdaten der Sozialen Sicherheit der Schweiz

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  • Oliver Hümbelin

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  • Tobias Fritschi

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    Dieser Artikel untersucht das Risiko des Ausscheidens aus dem Arbeitsmarkt im Längsschnitt auf der Grundlage von verknüpften Administrativdaten der Sozialen Sicherheit. Auswertungen über einen Zeitraum von fünf Jahre zeigen starke Effekte entlang vertikaler Schichtmerkmale (Bildung, Einkommen) hinsichtlich der Abhängigkeit von Sozialleistungen. Dabei sind Kompensationseffekte zu erkennen; das Risiko geringer Bildung kann etwa mit einem einmal erreichten hohen Status im Arbeitsmarkt ausgeglichen werden. Ein Rückzug aus dem Arbeitsmarkt ohne Sozialleistungen kann schliesslich besser mit Merkmalen der horizontalen Sozialstruktur (Geschlecht, Alter, Zivilstand und Nationalität) erklärt werden. Überdurchschnittlich hohe Risiken aus dem Arbeitsmarkt auszuscheiden haben Personen im fortgeschrittenen Erwerbsalter (ab 56 Jahren), Frauen, Ausländer/innen und Verheiratete.

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    Paper provided by University of Bern, Department of Social Sciences in its series University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers with number 20.

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    Length: 41 pages
    Date of creation: 06 May 2016
    Handle: RePEc:bss:wpaper:20
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