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Helen Hickmann

Helen Hickmann

Economist at the Competence Center for Securing Skilled Employees KOFA

Tel: +49 221 4981-421
  • B.Sc. Economics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
  • M.Sc. Economics at the University of Cologne
  • Main focus: empirical analyses of the labor and training market, international skilled workers

IW Publications

Werner, Dirk / Jansen, Anika / Pierenkemper, Sarah / Hickmann, Helen / Garb, Maria, 2022, Integration durch berufliche Anerkennung für Geflüchtete aus der Ukraine, IW-Report, Nr. 25, Köln
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Evans, Michaela / Kemper, Jessica / Kucharski, Alexander / Seyda, Susanne / Hickmann, Helen / Pierenkemper, Sarah, 2022, Gestaltungspfade und Gestaltungspraxis der Digitalisierung in der Altenpflege in NRW, IW-Report, Nr. 15, Köln
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Burstedde, Alexander / Hickmann, Helen / Werner, Dirk, 2021, Ohne Zuwanderung sinkt das Arbeitskräftepotenzial schon heute. Mehr Renteneintritte als Nachwuchs-Arbeitskräfte überall, IW-Report, Nr. 25, Köln
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Integration through professional recognition for refugees from the Ukraine
IW-Report No. 25 19. May 2022

Integration through professional recognition for refugees from the Ukraine

Dirk Werner / Anika Jansen / Sarah Pierenkemper / Helen Hickmann / Maria Garb

Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine has triggered a wave of refugees, in the course of which many Ukrainians have already come to Germany and more are still to come. For the refugees, protection, childcare and family care are priorities.

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Design paths and design practices of digitalisation in elderly care in NRW
IW-Report No. 15 8. April 2022

Design paths and design practices of digitalisation in elderly care in NRW

Michaela Evans / Jessica Kemper / Alexander Kucharski / Susanne Seyda / Helen Hickmann / Sarah Pierenkemper

The project "Digitalisation and Work Design in Elderly Care" focuses on company design paths and design practices of digitalisation.

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Without immigration, the potential workforce is already shrinking
IW-Report No. 25 24. July 2021

Without immigration, the potential workforce is already shrinking

Alexander Burstedde / Helen Hickmann / Sebastian Schirner / Dirk Werner

Demographic change has been foreseeable for a long time, but has not always led to forward-looking policies. This study shows that demographic change is accelerating significantly and thus requires decisive and timely action.

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