Sepahniya, Samin

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Quantitative research methods in social work education: Status and development potentials

2022-11-25, Fellmann, Lukas, Gautschi, Joel, Haunberger, Sigrid, Hümbelin, Oliver, Kessler, Dorian, Maggiori, Christian, Nieuwenboom, Jan Willem, Sepahniya, Samin

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Herausforderungen und Zukunftsperspektiven in der Arbeitsintegration

2022, Neuenschander, Peter, Fritschi, Tobias David, Sepahniya, Samin

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Chili_SRK: Entwicklung theoretischer Grundlagen und Empfehlungen

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«Soziale Determinanten schwerer COVID-19-Verläufe in der Schweizer Bevölkerung» (SD-Covid-19-Pop)

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Einblicke in die Studie: «Socioeconomic inequalities and effects of nature on children’s health related quality of life»

2022-09-13, Sepahniya, Samin, Hess, Nadja

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Gespart bei der Arbeitslosenversicherung – um welchen Preis? Wirkung der AVIG-Revision von 2011 auf berufliche Reintegration von arbeitslosen Personen mit und ohne Migrationshintergrund

2021, Sepahniya, Samin

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Evaluation Projekt Gemeinsam rauchfrei! Tabakprävention und Rauchstopp (TPFGemeinsamRauchfrei)

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Weathering the storm together: Does unemployment insurance help couples avoid divorce?

2022, Kessler, Dorian, Hevenstone, Debora, Vandecasteele, Leen, Sepahniya, Samin

This study examines whether unemployment insurance benefit generosity impacts divorce, drawing on full population administrative data and a Swiss reform that reduced unemployment insurance maximum benefit duration. We assess the effect of the reform by comparing the pre- to the post-reform change in divorce rates among unemployed individuals who were affected by the reform with the change in divorce rates among a statistically balanced group of unemployed individuals who was not affected by the reform. Difference-indifferences estimates suggest that the reform caused a 2.8 percentage point increase in divorce (a 25% increase). Effects were concentrated among low-income couples (+58%) and couples with an unemployed husband (+32%) though gender differences are attributable to men’s breadwinner status. Female main breadwinners were more strongly affected (+78%) than male main breadwinners (+40%). Results confirm the ‘family stress model’ which posits that job search and financial stress cause marital conflict. Policymakers should consider a broad array of impacts, including divorce, when considering reductions in unemployment insurance generosity

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Social Disparity in Covid Migration: AP1 und AP2 (Disp_Covid_BAG)

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Suchtprävention und psychische Gesundheit Lernende Kanton Luzern