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Physical Activity of Adults: A Survey of Correlates, Determinants, and Effects

Cabane, Charlotte; Lechner, Michael (2015)
Publisher: ZBW Journal Data Archive
We survey the literature on the link of labour market related outcomes to individual physical activity and sports participation. The first part of the survey is devoted to the individual participation decision and is based on papers from various disciplines. The second part summarises parts of the epidemiological literature on health effects and the economic literature on the labour market effects as well as on the effects on well-being and social capital. Somewhat surprisingly, at least for ...

Youth Unemployment in the OECD: The Role of Institutions

Sachs, Andreas; Smolny, Werner (2015)
Publisher: ZBW Journal Data Archive
This paper analyses the risk of unemployment, unemployment duration, and the risk of longterm unemployment immediately after apprenticeship graduation. Unemployed apprenticeship graduates constitute a large share of unemployed youth in Germany but unemployment incidence within this group is unequally distributed. Our paper extends previous research in three dimensions. It shows that (i) individual productivity assessment of the training firm, (ii) initial selection into high reputation traini...