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Beschäftigung und Arbeitslosigkeit älterer Arbeitnehmer: Eine mikroökonometrische Evaluation der Arbeitslosengeldreform von 1997

  • Zahn, Philipp
  • Wilke, Ralf A.
  • Müller, Eva

m Jahr 1997 wurden die maximalen Anspruchsdauern auf Arbeitslosengeld für ältere Beschäftigte verkürzt. In der vorliegenden Arbeit werden die Auswirkungen dieser Reform auf Übergänge von Beschäftigung in Arbeitslosigkeit und Verweildauern in Arbeitslosigkeit der 54-56jährigen untersucht. Die Analyse beruht auf der IAB{Beschäftigtenstichprobe 1975-2001, welche tagesgenaue Informationen von über einer Million sozialversicherungspflichtigen Beschäftigten und Leistungsempäangern der Bundesagentur für Arbeit umfasst. Es kann festgestellt werden, dass die Wahrscheinlichkeit, arbeitslos zu werden, bei der betrachteten Gruppe der 54-56jährigen nach der Reform abnimmt. Au?erdem wird eine Verkürzung der Dauer der Arbeitslosigkeit nach der Reform beobachtet. Die 54-56jÄahrigen unterscheiden sich nach der Reform nicht mehr von der Gruppe der 52-53jÄahrigen. Insbesondere größere Unternehmen und deren Beschäftigte nutzen die langen Anspruchsdauern auf Arbeitslosengeld zur Frühverrentung.

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Paper provided by ZEW - Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung / Center for European Economic Research in its series ZEW Discussion Papers with number 06-021 [rev.].

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