* 9 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (9) Topics Welfare State (9) Labor Market (7) Germany (6) Economic & Financial Crises (2) Europe (2) European Union & Euro (2) Growth (2) Innovation (2) USA (1) Publicationtype Working Paper (9) Units Forecasting Center (9) Special Topics (9) Experts Klaus Schrader (9) Hans H. Glismann (6) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (2) Janno Reiljan (2) Alfred Boss (1) Björn Christensen (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Welfare State Publicationtype: Working Paper Experts: Klaus Schrader Remove all filters Working Paper Structural Weaknesses as Barriers to Social Progress in Estonia 01.01.2014 Although Estonia developed a functioning market economy, it has hardly succeeded in catching-up economically with the richer countries of the euro area. Working Paper A functional system of private unemployment insurance (original publication in German) 01.06.2001 The authors suggest a dual-system model of private unemployment insurance that includes incentives on the side of employees as well as of employers to reduce unemployment. Working Paper Deficiencies in the Development of an Estonian Welfare State 10.07.2014 Estonia has hardly succeeded in catching-up economically with the richer countries of the euro area. Correspondingly, the level of social security is rather limited. In this paper the authors raise the question what the causes of the sluggish... Working Paper Options for an efficient organization of unemployment insurance (original publication in German) 01.06.2001 The paper is about the economically efficient design of financial transfers to the unemployed in a highly industrialized country. There have been quite a few contributions to this problem – for example by Beenstock/Brasse, Feldstein/ Altman, Grubel,... Working Paper The reform of the German unemployment insurance against the background of its history 01.01.2002 In search of an efficient system of unemployment insurance the authors take a look at German history. Working Paper Incentive problems with Hartz IV: ALG II instead of work? 01.01.2005 According to the principle of "promoting and demanding", Hartz IV should help unemployed people to live without transfers as quickly as possible. Working Paper Alternative Unemployment Insurance Systems - The Example of the United States and the United Kingdom (original publication in German) 01.01.2001 Comparing the unemployment insurance systems of the United States and of the United Kingdom it is shown that the US unemployment insurance (UI) is the only system that provides for a negative feedback between UI expenditures and layoffs (“experience... Working Paper On the introduction of private unemployment insurance in Germany (original publication in German) 01.01.2003 The authors calculate the statistic fundamentals of a dual system of private unemployment insurance, using data of the year 2000. Working Paper On the Reform of German Unemployment Insurance - Problems and Solutions in German Literature (original publication in German) 01.07.2000 The analysis is about the compulsory German unemployment insurance system (GUIS). It is known that GUIS has done nothing to prevent the continuous rise of the rate of unemployment since the 1970s.