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Tieben, Nicole (2012): Intergenerational educational mobility and partner choice in the Netherlands. [ECSR/EQUALSOC, Stockholm, 24. bis 26. September 2012] mehr
Tieben, Nicole, und Christian Deindl (2012): Educational inequality across three generations: Transfer of family resources and context conditions. [PSID conference “Inequality across Multiple Generations”, Ann Arbor, 13. bis 14. September 2012] mehr
Unt, Marge, und Dirk Hofäcker (2012): Exploring the ‘New Worlds’ of (Late?) Retirement in Europe. [ESA RN 13 Interim Meeting “Families, care and work facing the challenges of a globalized world: policies, practices and services”, Umeå University, 03. bis 05. Oktober 2012] mehr
Vegetti, Federico (2012): Party polarization and the balance between ideology and competence in Europe. [EPSA General Conference, Berlin, 21. bis 23. Juni 2012] mehr
Vegetti, Federico (2012): Party polarization and the balance between ideology and competence in Europe. [ELECDEM Final Conference - Advancing Electoral Research, Florence, 28. bis 30. Juni 2012] mehr
Vegetti, Federico (2012): Party polarization and the balance between ideology and evaluation in Europe. [EPOP Conference, Oxford, 07. bis 09. September 2012] mehr
Vegetti, Federico (2012): Party polarization as a constraint for the voter's choice in multiparty systems: Evidence from the Netherlands. [Annual MPSA Meeting, Chicago, 12. bis 15. April 2012] mehr
Walter, Stefanie (2012): Research proposal: EU citizens in the European public sphere. [ECPR Summer School, University of Ljubljana, 25. Juli bis 10. August 2012] mehr
Weishaupt, J. Timo (2012): Beyond National Navel Gazing: Assessing the Impact of International Organizations on National Labor-Market Reforms. [American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 30. August bis 02. September 2012] mehr
Weishaupt, J. Timo, und Tobias Schulze-Cleven (2012): Leveraging Ideational Legacies: Partisan Labor Market Policies in Crisis-Ridden Europe. [24th Annual Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) Conference, Cambridge, 28. bis 30. Juni 2012] mehr

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