Prof. Dr. John P. de New (formerly Haisken-DeNew)
Prof. Dr. John P. de New (formerly Haisken-DeNew)
MIAESR, University of Melbourne, Australia
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Money does matter! Evidence from increasing real income and life satisfaction in East Germany following reunification
P Frijters, JP Haisken-DeNew, MA Shields
American Economic Review 94 (3), 730-740, 2004
Desktop companion to the German socio-economic panel study (GSOEP)
JP Haisken-DeNew, JR Frick
version, 2005
The causal effect of income on health: Evidence from German reunification
P Frijters, JP Haisken-DeNew, MA Shields
Journal of health economics 24 (5), 997-1017, 2005
You’re fired! The causal negative effect of entry unemployment on life satisfaction
SC Kassenboehmer, JP Haisken‐DeNew
The Economic Journal 119 (536), 448-462, 2009
Native wage impacts of foreign labor: a random effects panel analysis
JP de New, KF Zimmermann
Journal of population economics 7 (2), 177-192, 1994
Investigating the patterns and determinants of life satisfaction in Germany following reunification
P Frijters, JP Haisken-DeNew, MA Shields
Journal of Human resources 39 (3), 649-674, 2004
Interindustry and interregion differentials: Mechanics and interpretation
JP Haisken-DeNew, CM Schmidt
Review of economics and Statistics 79 (3), 516-521, 1997
Panelwhiz: A flexible modularized Stata interface for accessing large scale panel data sets
JP Haisken-DeNew, M Hahn
mimeo, 2006
PanelWhiz: efficient data extraction of complex panel data sets–an example using the German SOEP
JP Haisken-DeNew, MH Hahn
Journal of Contextual Economics–Schmollers Jahrbuch, 643-654, 2010
Can the large swings in Russian life satisfaction be explained by ups and downs in real incomes?
P Frijters, I Geishecker, JP Haisken‐DeNew, MA Shields
scandinavian Journal of Economics 108 (3), 433-458, 2006
International labor migration, economic growth and labor markets-the current state of affairs
TK Bauer, JP Haisken-DeNew, CM Schmidt
RWI Discussion Paper, 2004
Employer learning and the returns to schooling
TK Bauer, JP Haisken-DeNew
Labour Economics 8 (2), 161-180, 2001
Wage and mobility effects of trade and migration
JP Haisken-DeNew, KF Zimmermann
Available at SSRN 291068, 1996
Heresy or enlightenment? The well-being age U-shape effect is flat
SC Kassenboehmer, JP Haisken-DeNew
Economics Letters 117 (1), 235-238, 2012
Implications of COVID-19 labour market shocks for inequality in financial wellbeing
F Botha, JP de New, SC de New, DC Ribar, N Salamanca
Journal of population economics 34 (2), 655-689, 2021
Early bird catches the worm: The causal impact of pre-school participation and teacher qualifications on Year 3 National NAPLAN Cognitive Tests
D Warren, JP Haisken-DeNew
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2013
Smoke signals: The intergenerational transmission of smoking behavior
C Bantle, JP Haisken-DeNew
DIW Discussion Paper, 2002
Assimilation and other determinants of school attainment in Germany: Do immigrant children perform as well as Germans?
JP Haisken-DeNew, F Büchel, GG Wagner
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 66 (1), 169-179, 1997
PanelWhiz and the Australian Longitudinal Data Infrastructure in Economics
MH Hahn, JP Haisken‐DeNew
Australian Economic Review 46 (3), 379-386, 2013
Money for nothing and your chips for free? The anatomy of the PC wage differential
JP Haisken-DeNew, CM Schmidt
The Anatomy of the Pc Wage Differential (December 1999), 1999
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