Psychologie und Familienökonomik

Anlässlich der Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik in Kiel (vom 7.9. – 10.9.2010) mit dem Schwerpunktthema “Ökonomie der Familie” wird die Familienökonomin und Arbeitsmarktökonomin Professorin Shelly Lundberg aus Washington ein Plenumsvortrag mit dem Titel “Psychology and Familiy Economics” halten.

Die ZBW, die Sponsorin der Jahrestagung ist, hat eine kleine Titelliste mit den wichtigsten Publikationen von Frau Shelley Lundberg zusammengestellt plus weitere Titel zum Thema ihres Tagungsbeitrages.

Literaturliste

Personality and marital surplus / Shelly Lundberg.
This paper uses data from the German Socio-economic Panel Study to examine the relationship between psychological traits, in particular personality, and the formation and dissolution of marital and cohabiting partnerships. Changing patterns of selection into and out of relationships indicate that the determinants of marital surplus have altered between older cohorts who were born in the years after World War II and younger cohorts born in the 1960s. For younger cohorts, relationships between personality traits and the probability of marriage are identical for men and women, which is consistent with returns to marriage that are based on joint consumption. Tastes for marital public goods are negatively related to openness to experience (a desire for change and variety) and positively related to conscientiousness for both men and women. Selection into marriage is associated with distinctly different personality profiles for older men and older women, suggesting that gender-specialized contributions to household public goods were an important source of marital surplus for these cohorts. — Personality ; marriage ; divorce

  • Personality and marital surplus / Shelly Lundberg.
    (2010) SOEPpapers on multidisciplinary panel data research ; 307; Online-Ressource.

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  • Personality and marital surplus / Shelly Lundberg.
    (2010) Discussion paper series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 4945; Online-Ressource (38 S.).

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Decision-making by children / Shelly Lundberg; Jennifer L. Romich; Kwok Ping Tsang.

  • Decision-making by children / Shelly Lundberg; Jennifer L. Romich; Kwok Ping Tsang.
    (2009) In: Review of Economics of the Household. – Norwell, Mass.. – Bd. 7.2009, 1, (Mar.2009) S. 1-30.

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Sons, daughters, wives and the labour market outcomes of West German men / Hyung-jai Choi; Jutta M. Joesch; Shelly Lundberg.

  • Sons, daughters, wives and the labour market outcomes of West German men / Hyung-jai Choi; Jutta M. Joesch; Shelly Lundberg.
    (2008) In: Labour economics. – Amsterdam [u.a.]. – Bd. 15.2008, 5, (Okt.2008) S. 795-811.

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Gender and household decision-making / Shelly Lundberg.

  • Gender and household decision-making / Shelly Lundberg.
    (2008) In: Frontiers in the economics of gender. – London [u.a.]. – 2008, S. 116-133.

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The American family and family economics / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.
The twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of Gary Becker’s path-breaking Treatise on the Family provides an occasion to reexamine both the American family and family economics. We begin by discussing how families have changed in recent decades: the separation of sex, marriage, and childbearing; fewer children and smaller households; converging work and education patterns for men and women; class divergence in partnering and parenting strategies; and the replacement of what had been family functions and home production by government programs and market transactions. After discussing recent work in family economics that attempts to explain these changes, we point out some challenging areas for further analysis, and highlight issues of commitment in two primary family relationships: those between men and women, and those between parents and children. We conclude by discussing the effectiveness of policies to target benefits to certain family members (e.g., children) or to promote marriage and fertility.

  • The American family and family economics / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.
    (Mar. 2007) Discussion paper series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 2715; Online-Ressource, 33 S., Text.

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  • The American family and family economics / Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.
    (2007) In: The journal of economic perspectives. – Bd. 21.2007, 2, S. 3-26.

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  • The American family and family economics / Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak. (Economics of family law / edited by Margaret F. Brinig ; Vol. 1)
    An Elgar reference collection; XVII, 605 S.

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  • The American family and family economics / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.
    (2007) NBER working paper series ; 12908; 33 S.

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Sons, daughters, and parental behaviour / Shelly Lundberg.

The division of labor by new parents : does child gender matter? / Shelly Lundberg.
This paper documents some distinct and surprising patterns of specialization among new parents in the NLSY79. Child gender has significant effects on the labor supply of both mothers and father, and these effects are opposite at the two ends of the education spectrum boys reduce specialization among the college-educated and increase specialization among parents with less than a high school education. Estimates from the recent American Time Use Survey are generally consistent with the NLSY79 findings, and indicate that highly-educated parents devote more childcare time to young sons. The labor supply results are inconsistent with previous research that found boys substantially increase the work hours of their fathers relative to girls but have no effect on mother’s work hours. Possible explanations for the heterogeneous responses to sons and daughters across education groups include a bias towards same-sex parental inputs as desired child quality increases and child gender effects on the relative bargaining power of the mother and father. No evidence of improved maternal bargaining power can be found in the leisure consumption of mothers of young sons in the ATUS, but patterns in parental childcare time suggest gender differences in child production functions. — child gender ; parenthood ; labor supply ; time allocation ; specialization

  • The division of labor by new parents : does child gender matter? / Shelly Lundberg.
    (Sept. 2005) Discussion paper series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 1787; Online-Ressource, 33 S., Text.

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Work and family : marriage, children, child gender and the work hours and earnings of West German men / Hyung-Jai Choi; Jutta M. Joesch; Shelly Lundberg.
We find a strong association between family status and labor market outcomes for recent cohorts of West German men in the German Socio-Economic Panel. Living with a partner and living with a child both have substantial positive effects on earnings and work hours. These effects persist in fixed effects models that control for correlation in time-invariant unobservables that affect both family and work outcomes. Child gender also matters — a first son increases fathers’ work hours by 100 hours per year more than a first daughter. There is evidence of son “preference” in the probability that a German man is observed to be coresiding with a son or a daughter. Men are more likely to remain in the same household with a male child than a female child and girls are underrepresented in the raw data. Controlling for selective attrition in our labor supply model reveals that men who remain with female children are strongly positively selected (in terms of their work hours) relative to men who remain with male children. — child gender ; fatherhood ; labor supply ; family

  • Work and family : marriage, children, child gender and the work hours and earnings of West German men / Hyung-Jai Choi; Jutta M. Joesch; Shelly Lundberg.
    (Sept. 2005) Discussion paper series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 1761; Online-Ressource, 27 S., Text.

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Men and islands: dealing with the family in empirical labor economics / Shelly Lundberg.

  • Men and islands: dealing with the family in empirical labor economics / Shelly Lundberg.
    (2005) In: Labour economics. – Amsterdam [u.a.]. – Bd. 12.2005, 4, S. 591-612.

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Efficiency in marriage / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.

  • Efficiency in marriage / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.
    (2003) In: Review of Economics of the Household. – Bd. 1.2003, 3, S. 153-167.

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  • Efficiency in marriage / Shelly Lundberg; Robert A. Pollak.
    (2001) NBER working paper series ; 8642; 26 S.

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The retirement-consumption puzzle : a marital bargaining approach / Shelly Lundberg; Richard Startz; Steven Stillman.

  • The retirement-consumption puzzle : a marital bargaining approach / Shelly Lundberg; Richard Startz; Steven Stillman.
    (2003) In: Journal of public economics. – Amsterdam [u.a.]. – Bd. 87.2003, 5/6, S. 1199-1218.

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The effects of sons and daughters on men’s labor supply and wages Shelly Lundberg and Elaina Rose

  • The effects of sons and daughters on men’s labor supply and wages Shelly Lundberg and Elaina Rose
    (2002) In: The review of economics and statistics. – Cambridge, Mass.. – Bd. 84.2002, 2, S. 251-268.

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Parenthood and the earnings of married men and women / Shelly Lundberg; Elaina Rose.

  • Parenthood and the earnings of married men and women / Shelly Lundberg; Elaina Rose.
    (2000) In: Labour economics. – Amsterdam [u.a.]. – Bd. 7.2000, 6, S. 689-710.

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The determinants of specialization within marriage / by Shelly Lundberg and Elaina Rose.

  • The determinants of specialization within marriage / by Shelly Lundberg and Elaina Rose.
    (1999) Discussion paper series / School of Economics and Finance, the University of Hong Kong ; 275 : Economics & Finance Workshop; 35 S.

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Do husbands and wives pool their resources? : Evidence from the United Kingdom child benefit / Shelly J. Lundberg ; Robert A. Pollak ; Terence J. Wales.

  • Do husbands and wives pool their resources? : Evidence from the United Kingdom child benefit / Shelly J. Lundberg ; Robert A. Pollak ; Terence J. Wales.
    (1997) In: Journal of human resources. – Madison, Wis.. – Bd. 32.1997, 3, S. 463-480.

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The well-being of children and families : research and data needs / Arland Thornton, ed..

  • The well-being of children and families : research and data needs / Arland Thornton, ed..
    (c 2001) Ann Arbor; X, 465 S.

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  • Bargaining and distribution in marriage / Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.
    (1996) In: The journal of economic perspectives. – Bd. 10.1996, 4, S. 139-158.

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Adolescent premarital childbearing : do economic incentives matter? / Shelly Lundberg ; Robert D. Plotnick.

  • Adolescent premarital childbearing : do economic incentives matter? / Shelly Lundberg ; Robert D. Plotnick.
    (1995) In: Journal of labor economics. – Chicago, Ill.. – Bd. 13.1995, 2, S. 177-200.

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Noncooperative bargaining models of marriage / by Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.

  • Noncooperative bargaining models of marriage / by Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.
    (1994) In: The American economic review. – Nashville, Tenn.. – Bd. 84.1994, 2, S. 132-137.

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Separate spheres bargaining and the marriage market / Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.

  • Separate spheres bargaining and the marriage market / Shelly Lundberg and Robert A. Pollak.
    (1993) In: The journal of political economy. – Bd. 101.1993, 6, S. 988-1010.

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Labor supply of husbands and wives : a simultaneous equations approach / Shelly Lundberg.

  • Labor supply of husbands and wives : a simultaneous equations approach / Shelly Lundberg.
    (1988) In: The review of economics and statistics. – Cambridge, Mass.. – Bd. 70.1988, 2, S. 224-235.

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Pooling of income and sharing of consumption within households / Martin Browning and Jens Bonke.

  • Pooling of income and sharing of consumption within households / Martin Browning and Jens Bonke.
    (2009) Department of Economics discussion paper series / University of Oxford ; 428; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 20 S.).

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The internal organization of the family : economic analysis and psychological advice / Donald Wittman.

  • The internal organization of the family : economic analysis and psychological advice / Donald Wittman.
    (2005) In: Kyklos. – Oxford. – Bd. 58.2005, 1, S. 121-144.

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The economics of family and group decisions / by Jungmin Lee.

  • The economics of family and group decisions / by Jungmin Lee.
    (2004) Zugl.: Austin, Tex., Univ. of Texas, Diss., 2004. – ; XIV, 164 S.

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Explaining choice of hypothetical marriage partner by a motive measure of preferences : evidence on May’s theory of the aggregation of preference patterns / Charlotte DeMonte Phelps.

  • Explaining choice of hypothetical marriage partner by a motive measure of preferences : evidence on May’s theory of the aggregation of preference patterns / Charlotte DeMonte Phelps.
    (1988) In: Journal of behavioral economics. – Macomb, Ill.. – Bd. 17.1988, 1, S. 57-76.

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