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Jakob Schwerter

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Arbeitsschwerpunkt

  • Bildungsverläufe, Bildungs- und Berufsentscheidungen
  • Entwicklung und Veränderung von Schulsystemen
  • Policy Analysis
  • Lese- und Lernkompetenzen
  • Heterogenität und soziale Ungleichheit in der Schule

Curriculum Vitae - Qualifikationsarbeiten

  • Bachelorarbeit: The Effect of Mayoral Elections on the Crime Rate” (08/2014)
  • Masterarbeit: Economic Uncertainty, Parental Selection and Young Adults’ Labor Outcomes
  • Doktorarbeit:  Econometric Analysis of the Effects of Educational Decisions on Labor Market Outcomes and the Influence of Self-Testing on Learning Outcomes (Verteidigung erfolgt am 07.12.2020)

Publikationen

Vorträge

  • Meeting of the Economics of Education Association, 2018: “Does more math in high school increase the share of female STEM workers? Evidence from a curriculum reform”
  • Inequality processes: sociological, psychological and economic perspectives, 2018, “Does more math in high school increase the share of female STEM workers? Evidence from a curriculum reform”
  • 1st International DZHW User Conference on Dynamics in the Student and Academic Life Course, 2019, “Gender differences in the labor market entry of STEM graduates: Does fertility play a role?”
  • Meeting of the Economics of Education Association, 2019, “Gender differences in the labor market entry of STEM graduates: Does fertility play a role?”
  • ZEW Workshop, The Economics of Higher Education, 2019, “Does more math in high school increase the share of female STEM workers? Evidence from a curriculum reform”
  • Inequality processes: sociological, psychological and economic perspectives, 2020, “Impact of universities in a flat hierarchy: Do degrees from top universities lead to a higher wage?”
  • European Economic Association (virtual), 2020, “Impact of universities in a flat hierarchy: Do degrees from top universities lead to a higher wage?”
  • IAB Labour market transactions (hybrid), 2020, “Impact of universities in a flat hierarchy: Do degrees from top universities lead to a higher wage?”
  • Verein für Socialpolitik (virtual), 2020, “Impact of universities in a flat hierarchy: Do de- grees from top universities lead to a higher wage?”
  • ifo Institut PhD Workshop on Causal Analysis (virtual), 2020, “Does more math in high school increase the share of female STEM workers? Evidence from a curriculum reform”

Accepted but canceled due to pandemic:

  • LEER Conference on Education Economics, 2020, “Impact of universities in a flat hierarchy: Do degrees from top universities lead to a higher wage?”
  • Econometric Evaluation of School Reforms, 2020, “Does more math in high school increase the share of female STEM workers? Evidence from a curriculum reform”

Lehre

  • Sozialwissenschaftliche Statistik 1
  • Sozialwissenschaftliche Statistik 2

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