Hannes Kröger
Hannes Kröger
Research Associate, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)
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What causes health inequality? A systematic review on the relative importance of social causation and health selection
H Kröger, E Pakpahan, R Hoffmann
The European Journal of Public Health 25 (6), 951-960, 2015
Geflüchtete machen Fortschritte bei Sprache und Beschäftigung
H Brücker, J Croisier, Y Kosyakova, H Kröger, G Pietrantuono, N Rother, ...
DIW-Wochenbericht 86 (4), 55-70, 2019
Menschen mit hohem Einkommen leben länger
M Kroh, H Neiss, L Kroll, T Lampert
DIW-Wochenbericht 79 (38), 3-15, 2012
The long arm of childhood circumstances on health in old age: Evidence from SHARELIFE
E Pakpahan, R Hoffmann, H Kröger
Advances in Life Course Research 31, 1-10, 2017
Pathways between socioeconomic status and health: Does health selection or social causation dominate in Europe?
R Hoffmann, H Kröger, E Pakpahan
Advances in life course research 36, 23-36, 2018
Statistical methods for causal analysis in life course research: an illustration of a cross-lagged structural equation model, a latent growth model, and an autoregressive …
E Pakpahan, R Hoffmann, H Kröger
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 20 (1), 1-19, 2017
Social causation versus health selection in the life course: Does their relative importance differ by dimension of SES?
R Hoffmann, H Kröger, S Geyer
Social indicators research 141 (3), 1341-1367, 2019
Erwerbstätige sind vor dem Covid-19-Virus nicht alle gleich
C Schröder, J Goebel, MM Grabka, D Graeber, M Kroh, H Kröger, ...
SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research, 2020
On the causal nature of the relationship between Internet access and political engagement: Evidence from German panel data
M Kroh, H Neiss
Digital media and political engagement worldwide: A comparative study 160, 2012
The Association of Levels of and Decline in Grip Strength in Old Age with Trajectories of Life Course Occupational Position
H Kröger, J Fritzell, R Hoffmann
PLOS ONE 11 (5), e0155954, 2016
The stratifying role of job level for sickness absence and the moderating role of gender and occupational gender composition
H Kröger
Social science & medicine 186, 1-9, 2017
Newspell - Easy management of complex spell data
H Kröger
Stata Journal 15 (1), 155-175, 2015
Internet Access and Political Engagement: Self-Selection or Causal Effect?
M Kroh, H Neiss
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
Retrospective life course data from European countries on how early life experiences determine health in old age and possible mid-life mediators
E Pakpahan, R Hoffmann, H Kröger
Data in brief 10, 277-282, 2017
Consequences of measurement error for inference in cross-lagged panel design: the example of the reciprocal causal relationship between subjective health and socio-economic status
H Kröger, R Hoffmann, E Pakpahan
Wiley 179, 607-628, 2016
Psychische Krise durch Covid-19? Sorgen sinken, Einsamkeit steigt, Lebenszufriedenheit bleibt stabil
TM Entringer, H Kröger, J Schupp, S Kühne, S Liebig, J Goebel, ...
SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research, 2020
Lifespell: Information on the pre-and post-survey history of soep-respondents
M Kroh, H Kröger
SOEP-Core v32–Documentation on Biography and Life History Data 418, 2017
The contribution of health selection to occupational status inequality in Germany–differences by gender and between the public and private sectors
H Kröger
Public Health 133, 67-74, 2016
Einkommensunterschiede in der Mortalität in Deutschland–ein empirischer Erklärungsversuch
H Kröger, M Kroh, LE Kroll, T Lampert
Zeitschrift für Soziologie 46 (2), 124-146, 2017
A cross-cultural comparison of the ultrabrief mental health screeners PHQ-4 and SF-12 in Germany.
AN Tibubos, H Kröger
Psychological Assessment, 2020
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