Browsing All of EconStor by Author Witte, James C.

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1990 The potential for comparative panel research using data from the US Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) and the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP)Witte, James C.
1990 Entry into marriage and the transition to adulthood among recent birth cohorts of young adults in the United States and the Federal Republic of GermanyWitte, James C.
1991 Discrete time models of entry intro marriage based on retrospective marital histories of young adults in the United States and the Federal Republic of GermanyWitte, James C.
1992 Vocational training and job quality: Career attainment in the German labor marketWitte, James C.; Kalleberg, Arne L.
1992 Labor force integration and marital timing: An analysis of couples in the United States and GermanyWitte, James C.
1993 Gegenwärtiger Geburtenrückgang in Ostdeutschland läßt mittelfristig einen "Babyboom" erwartenSchulz, Erika; Wagner, Gert G.; Witte, James C.
1995 Employment and fertility in East Germany after unificationWitte, James C.; Wagner, Gert G.
1995 Declining Fertility in East Germany After Unification: A Demographic Response to Socioeconomic ChangeWitte, James C.; Wagner, Gert G.
1996 The economics of fatherhood: An analysis of men in East Germany in comparison to men in West GermanyWitte, James C.; Wagner, Gert
1997 The Economics of Fatherhood: an Analysis of Men in East and West GermanyWitte, James C.; Wagner, Gert G.
1997 The Incidence and Consequences of Overeducation among Young Workers in the United States and Germany: a Comparative Panel AnalysisBüchel, Felix; Witte, James C.
1999 Youth Employment in the United States and Germany: The Mechanics of RestructuringWitte, James C.
2001 Toward a Longitudinal, Multi-Dimensional Class ModelWitte, James C.