Affiliate Researcher

Peter Eibich

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Demographic Perspectives on Human Capital Formation Projects details
Determinants and Consequences of Retirement Projects details
Social, Demographic, and Health Consequences of Job Loss for Individuals and Their Families (Dissertation) Projects details
The Couple Dimension of Economic Precariousness (Dissertation) Projects details
Unpaid Work Throughout the Life Course Projects details

MPIDR Publications

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Eibich, P.; Siedler, T.:
European Economic Review 124:103392, 1–41. (2020)       
Pedron, S.; Maier, W.; Peters, A.; Linkohr, B.; Meisinger, C.; Rathmann, W.; Eibich, P.; Schwettmann, L.:
Economics & Human Biology 38:100893, 1–14. (2020)    
Roope, L. S. J.; Smith, R. D.; Pouwels, K. B.; Buchanan, J.; Abel, L.; Eibich, P.; Butler, C. C.; Tan, P. S.; Walker, A. S.; Robotham, J. V.; Wordsworth, S.:
Science 364:6435, e4679–e4679. (2019)
Eibich, P.; Dakin, H. D.; Price, A. J.; Beard, D.; Arden, N. K.; Gray, A. M.:
BMJ Open 8:4, e019477–e019477. (2018)    

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