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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
also showing the negative consequences of screen time
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
Comparing inequality in Germany and the US: although market income inequality developed similarly, policies do make a difference. Considering pensions and benefits (gross income) and taxation (disposable income), the picture changes significantly, says
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
putting things into perspective: even low income individuals within the US income distribution are above the median when considering the global income distribution. 50% of the US incomes are even located in the top 10% of the global income distribution.
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 3
Last day of with insights by on tax policy and inequality: although difficult to implement, economists in theory would like to tax the ability to consume. This includes unrealized capital gains, fringe benefits and imputed rent for homeowners.
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Dirk vom Lehn Jul 5
. on do you need to have first hand drug-use experience to do Sociological research on drugs?
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Michelle Rosenberger Jul 30
For higher SES twins genetic factors account for more variation in IQ but for low SES twins the environmental factors account for more variation.
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Lea Marzo Aug 12
Philly it’s been real. Peace.
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briq institute Jul 9
The 2018 Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality Bonn jointly organized with has started. A very big welcome to all participants and lecturers!
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Michelle Rosenberger Aug 1
talks about the thirty million word gap between low and high children and the TMW’s model for parent-centered public health approach to early learning.
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Nelson Oviedo Jul 31
Second day at the . on the American gun market.
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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
Why do just one workshop when you can do two and the Tübingen Personality Series?
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Kathryn DelGenio Aug 13
I was nervous for my first conference as a grad student, but and were such invigorating, affirming spaces. Looking forward to the years to come!
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Robert Dingwall 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 #PeoplesVote Jul 4
Important presentation by on confused sociological and - especially - psychological thinking about stigma.
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HCEO Sep 10
Read the latest issue of , which features an overview of Chicago
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Lea Marzo Aug 9
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Dirk vom Lehn Jul 4
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Julia Rohrer Jul 13
Replying to @dingding_peng
Religious Jews in Israel will write BSD (“with the help of heaven”) on their exams—makes it possible to investigate religious bias in grading. But also super interesting in itself!
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Salar Khaleghzadegan Jul 30
Replying to @hceconomics
Policy Implications: has great potential and can have a significant public health impact because of its great reach and scalability
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Salar Khaleghzadegan Jul 30
: More conversational turns, rather than just an increase in the total number of words spoken by adults or children, associated with greater surface area in left language cortex
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Julia Rohrer Jul 13
Replying to @dingding_peng
Religious in-group bias (religious versus secular) in bunching (bumping score from fail to pass; 99 to 100 perfect score) in male but not in female examiners (who bunch “evenly”) in Israel
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