Studies among selected public: Unemployed

Number of studies21
Additional keywordsjobless, unwaged
See alsoRecent unemployment

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Atkinson et al. (1986): study US 1982
 
The Social Costs of Unemployment: Implications for Social Support.
 
Unemployed males followed 2 month after jobloss and matched controls, Boston, USA, 1982
 
Binder & Coad (2013): study GB 1996
 
Life Satisfaction and Self-employment: A Matching Approach.
 
Working age, UK, followed 10 years, 1996-2006
 
DeGoede & Maassen (1987): study NL 1982
 
Niet Jong en Niet Oud: Verschillen in Omgaan met Werkeloosheid. (Not Young and Not Old:Differences in Coping with Unemployment.)
 
25-55 aged males, unemployeds and controls, The Netherlands, 1982/2
 
Drenth et al. (1983): study NL 1981 /1
 
The Meaning of Working. Results of a Survey on a National Sample and Ten Specific Target Groups in tghe Netherlands: A source Book.
 
Employed, unemployed and retired people, Netherlands, 1981
 
Galatzer-Levy et al. (2010): study DE 1984
 
From Marianthal to Latent Growth Mixture Modeling: A Return to the Exploration of Individual Differences in Response to Unemployment.
 
21-60 aged unemployed, before and after jobloss, Germany, 1984-2003
 
Hoff & Jehoel - Gijsbergs (1998): study NL 1982
 
Een Bestaan zonder Baan. (Live without Work).
 
Adults, in labor force, The Netherlands, 1982-1995
 
Kirchler (1984b): study AT 1983
 
Sechs Monate ohne Arbeit. (Six Months without Work).
 
Unemployed, followed 6 months after job loss, Linz Austria, 1983
 
Knabe & Rätzel (2007): study DE 1992
 
Quantifying the Psychological Costs of Unemployment: The Role of Permanent Income.
 
21-64 aged, Germany, followed 13 years ,1992-2005
 
Knabe et al. (2009): study DE 2008
 
Dissatisfied with Life, but Having a Good Day: Time-Use and Well-Being of the Unemployed.
 
Fulltime employed and long-term unemployed, Germany, 2008
 
Koch et al. (2005): study DE 2002
 
Workfare: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen. (Workfare: Possibilities and Limitations).
 
18-65 aged, on low wage or on social security, Germany, 2002-2003
 
Krause (2013): study DE 2007
 
Don't Worry, be Happy? Happiness and Reemployment.
 
16+ aged, recently fallen unemployed, Germany, 2007-2008
 
Lang (1999): study DE 1997
 
Ostdeutsche Befindlichkeiten ein Jahrzehnt nach der Wende - Ambivalente Spuren des Umbruchs. (Attitudes in East Germany 10 Years after Reunification).
 
20-24 and 40-44 aged, Germany, 1997
 
Lucas (2008): study XZ Germany West 1984
 
Personality and Subjective Well-Being.
 
Employed - unemployed - -re-employed, Germany, followed 15 years 1984-1998
 
Ouweneel (2002): study ZZ Developed nations 1980
 
Social Security and Well-Being of the Unemployed in 42 Nations.
 
Unemployed adults, 42 nations, 1980-90
 
Ouweneel (2002): study ZZ Developed nations 1980 /1
 
Social Security and Well-Being of the Unemployed in 42 Nations.
 
Employed and unemployed adults, 42 nations, 1980-90
 
Scales & Scase (2001): study GB 2001
 
Fit and Fifty? Britain Towards 2010.
 
50-59 aged, Britain, 2001
 
Shamir (1985): study IL 1983 /1
 
Sex Differences in Psychological Adjustment to Unemployment and Reemployment: A Question of Commitment, Alternatives or Finance?
 
27-47 aged academics, unemployed and reemployed, Israel, 1983
 
Shamir (1985a): study IL 1983
 
Unemployment and 'Free Time'. The Role of Protestant Work Ethic and Work Involvement.
 
27-47 aged unemployed male academics, Israel, 1983
 
Shamir (1986): study IL 1983
 
Protestant work ethic, work involvement and the psychological impact of unemployment.
 
27-47 aged academics, followed 6 months, Israel, 1983
 
Winkelmann (2009): study XZ Germany West 1984
 
Unemployment, Social Capital, and Subjective Well-Being.
 
Employed, who fell unemployed, West-Germany 1984-2004
 
Zijlmans (2009): study DE 1998 /1
 
Work Involvement in the Valuation of Unemployment.
 
Unemployed, 21-64 aged, Germany, 1998-1999