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Die individuellen Kosten des Erziehungsurlaubs: Eine empirische Analyse der kurz- und längerfristigen Folgen für den Karriereverlauf von Frauen

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Die Studie untersucht den Einfluss des Erziehungsurlaubs auf den weiteren Einkommensverlauf von Frauen mit Kindern. Der empirischen Analyse liegen Karriereverlaufsdaten des Sozio-ökonomischen Panels für die Jahre 1984-1999 zugrunde, die durch Fixed-Effects-Regressionsmodelle analysiert werden. Danach verringern sich mit zunehmender Dauer des Erziehungsurlaubs die weiteren Karrierechancen von Frauen. Dieser Effekt kann durch die Rückkehr zum früheren Arbeitgeber nur teilweise wieder aufgehoben werden. Darüber hinaus zeigen die Ergebnisse, dass die Auswirkungen des Erziehungsurlaubs kumulativ sind und die negativen Folgen sich nicht direkt beim Wiedereinstieg in den Beruf, sondern vor allem in mittel- und längerfristig geringeren Karrierechancen von Müttern auswirken.

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  • Ziefle, Andrea, 2004. "Die individuellen Kosten des Erziehungsurlaubs: Eine empirische Analyse der kurz- und längerfristigen Folgen für den Karriereverlauf von Frauen," Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Labor Market Policy and Employment SP I 2004-102, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB).
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