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Managing Expatriates: Success Factors in Private and Public Domains

The latest volume of the Series on Population Studies published by the BiB provides in-depth examinations of a variety of individual, social, and environmental factors that contribute to the success of expatriate employees. Using data from numerous large-scale studies from both the public and private sectors, this volume provides valuable insights into expatriate success with implications for both theoretical understanding and practical management. More: Managing Expatriates: Success Factors in Private and Public Domains …

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21 Dec 2017

BiB Data and Technical Report 3/2017 on Transitions and Old Age Potential (TOP)

The second wave of TOP focuses on the transitions to retirement, the realization of activity intentions, particularly on the labor market, as part of a multi-stage model of action as well as on the changes in the potentials of older adults over the course of time. More: BiB Data and Technical Report 3/2017 on Transitions and Old Age Potential (TOP) …

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20 Dec 2017

The changing nature of (un-)retirement in Germany: living conditions, activities and life phases of older adults in transition

The aim of the new BiB Working Paper is to review the current state of research, provide an overview of basic concepts as well as to advance the discourse on the transition to retirement and the potential of older people in Germany. More: The changing nature of (un-)retirement in Germany: living conditions, activities and life phases of older adults in transition …

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20 Dec 2017

One in Four Newborns Has a Mother Aged 35 or Older

191,345 children were born in Germany in 2015, whose mothers were 35 years of age or older. This corresponds to a share of 25.9 percent of all live births according to a recent calculation by the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB). This means that the proportion of older mothers has steadily increased over the last few decades. > More

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29 Nov 2017

Stress Caused by Commuting: Driving Annoys the City Dwellers, while Public Transportation Stresses in the Countryside

How much stress commuters undergo on their way to work every day depends to a large extent on the means of transport and the place of residence. According to a study by the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), there are initially hardly any differences between people commuting by car and those using public transport. However, the experience of stress depends strongly on the settlement structure. > More

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