|October 2007 - March 2011|
PhD student at the Ruhr Graduate School in Economics (RGS), Essen
Master of Arts in Economics
|October 2005 -|
Master in Economics, University of Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
August 2004 -
Year Abroad at Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
|October 2002 -|
European Economic Studies Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg
Die Analyse ordinalskalierter Merkmale. Ein Überblick über das Ordered Logit und das Ordered Probit Modell und die Schätzung mit STATA am Beispiel der Lebenszufriedenheit.
Home care and the labour force participation of household members
|May 2006 - March 2011|
Student Research Assistant to Prof. Reinhold Schnabel,
EAPs/MAP2030 Workshop on the Future of Family Support for Older People, London School of Economics
Second Belgian SHARE Conference
Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik
Ageing, Savings, and Retirement Workshop, DIW Berlin
Netspar Pension Workshop
International Conference on Evidence-Based Policy in Long-Term Care, London School of Economics
Award of the Geno-Volks-Bank
Microeconometric analyses on
- relation between labour supply decision and caregiving to family members / acquaintance
- opportunity costs of informal care
- intergenerational relationships between parents and their adult children
Meng, A. (2011), Informal home care and labor force participation of household members,
Meng, A. (2009), Do parents buy their children's attention?,
Meng, A. (2010), Long-term care responsibility and its opportunity costs,
Meng, A. (2010), The impact of demographic change, co-morbidity and European care policies on the choice of care arrangement, mimeo, 1-33.
Keese M., Meng, A. and Schnabel, R. (2010), Are you well prepared for long-term care? Assessing financial gaps in private German care provision, Ruhr Economic Papers, # 203, 1-31.
Meng, Annika (2011), Informal Caregiving and the Retirement Decision, German Economic Review, forthcoming.