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Katharina Anna Wrohlich
Katharina Anna Wrohlich
DIW Berlin, Universität Potsdam
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Can child care policy encourage employment and fertility?: Evidence from a structural model
P Haan, K Wrohlich
Labour Economics 18 (4), 498-512, 2011
3192011
Does distance determine who attends a university in Germany?
CK Spiess, K Wrohlich
Economics of Education Review 29 (3), 470-479, 2010
3072010
Household taxation, income splitting and labor supply incentives–a microsimulation study for Germany
V Steiner, K Wrohlich
CESifo Economic Studies 50 (3), 541-568, 2004
2392004
Labor supply and child care choices in a rationed child care market
K Wrohlich
DIW Berlin discussion paper, 2011
2112011
The effects of family policy on maternal labor supply: Combining evidence from a structural model and a quasi-experimental approach
J Geyer, P Haan, K Wrohlich
Labour Economics 36, 84-98, 2015
1942015
The parental leave benefit reform in Germany: costs and labour market outcomes of moving towards the Nordic model
CK Spiess, K Wrohlich
Population Research and Policy Review 27, 575-591, 2008
1712008
The excess demand for subsidized child care in Germany
K Wrohlich
Applied Economics 40 (10), 1217-1228, 2008
1612008
Do tuition fees affect the mobility of university applicants? Evidence from a natural experiment
N Dwenger, J Storck, K Wrohlich
Economics of Education Review 31 (1), 155-167, 2012
1322012
Work incentives and labor supply effects of the ‘Mini-jobs reform’in Germany
V Steiner, K Wrohlich
Empirica 32 (1), 91-116, 2005
1292005
Does subsidized care for toddlers increase maternal labor supply? Evidence from a large-scale expansion of early childcare
KU Müller, K Wrohlich
Labour Economics 62, 101776, 2020
1212020
Child care costs and mothers' labor supply: an empirical analysis for Germany
K Wrohlich
DIW Discussion Papers, 2004
1092004
Elterngeld Monitor. Endbericht: Forschungsprojekt im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend
K Wrohlich, EM Berger, J Geyer, P Haan, D Sengül, CK Spieß, ...
DIW Berlin: Politikberatung kompakt, 2012
922012
Why are mothers working longer hours in Austria than in Germany? A comparative microsimulation analysis
H Dearing, H Hofer, C Lietz, R Winter‐Ebmer, K Wrohlich
Fiscal Studies 28 (4), 463-495, 2007
902007
Evaluating the German ‘Mini-Job’reform using a natural experiment
M Caliendo, K Wrohlich
Applied economics 42 (19), 2475-2489, 2010
872010
Corona-Krise erschwert Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Familie vor allem für Mütter: Erwerbstätige Eltern sollten entlastet werden
KU Müller, C Samtleben, J Schmieder, K Wrohlich
DIW Wochenbericht 87 (19), 331-340, 2020
812020
Fathers, parental leave and gender norms
U Unterhofer, K Wrohlich
DIW Berlin Discussion Paper, 2017
762017
Documentation of the tax-benefit microsimulation model STSM: Version 2012
V Steiner, K Wrohlich, P Haan, J Geyer
DIW Data Documentation, 2012
752012
Introducing family tax splitting in Germany: How would it affect the income distribution, work incentives, and household welfare?
V Steiner, K Wrohlich
FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis, 115-142, 2008
692008
Financial student aid and enrollment in higher education: New evidence from Germany
V Steiner, K Wrohlich
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 114 (1), 124-147, 2012
662012
Frauen in Corona-Krise stärker am Arbeitsmarkt betroffen als Männer
A Hammerschmid, J Schmieder, K Wrohlich
Berlin: Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW), 2020
652020
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