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Ariaans, Mareike (2019): Policy Networks of Organized Interests in Long-Term Care. [Offener Stream: Aktuelle Forschung in der Organisationssoziologie, Frühjahrstagung der Sektion Organisationssoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie (DGS), Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, 04. bis 05. April 2019] mehr
Burgdorf, Katharina, und Henning Hillmann (2019): Kreativer Wandel durch symbolische Netzwerke: Die Identitätskonstruktion von „New Hollywood“. [Frühjahrstagung der DGS-Sektion „Soziologische Netzwerkforschung“, Köln, 14. bis 15. Februar 2019] mehr
Dollmann, Jörg, und Markus Weißmann (2019): What follows immigrants’ positive choices: Real improvement or back to square one?. [3rd International CILS4EU User Conference, MZES, Mannheim, 07. bis 08. Februar 2019] mehr
Eck, Jennifer, und Jochen E. Gebauer (2019): Why do the Big Five predict preferences, decisions, and behaviors? A Sociocultural Motives Perspective. [20th Annual convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Portland, OR, 07. bis 09. Februar 2019] mehr
Kuhnle, Jeremy Jesse (2019): Deregulation, self-employment, and economic integration: the 2004 reform of the German trade and crafts code as a natural experiment. [InGRID2 Spring School: ‘Vulnerable groups on the labour market’ – determinants and consequences of economic vulnerability across Europe, AISSR, University of Amsterdam, 01. bis 05. April 2019] mehr
Kuhnle, Jeremy Jesse (2019): Does Deregulation Lead to Better Economic Performance Among Immigrants? The 2004 Reform of the German Trade and Crafts Code as a Natural Experiment. [ECSR Spring School: “New and Old Data. Cutting-Edge Approaches to Quantitative Social Research”, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, 25. bis 29. März 2019] mehr
Kurella, Anna-Sophie (2019): Why the recent success of radical right parties does not indicate a right shift in public opinion. [Invited Talk at the Unequal Democracies Seminar, Université de Genève, 11. April 2019] mehr
Möhring, Katja, und Andreas Weiland (2019): Linked lives – linked inequality? A multichannel sequence analysis of couples’ life courses and women’s financial well-being in old age. [ISA RC28 Spring Meeting, Frankfurt, 21. bis 23. März 2019] mehr
Roth, Tobias, und Markus Weißmann (2019): The influence of parents’ social capital on their children’s transition to vocational training in Germany. [1st Workshop of the Anglo-German Early Career Researcher Network on School-to-Work Transitions and Consequences for Individual Life Courses, Nürnberg, 04. bis 05. April 2019] mehr
Roth, Tobias, und Markus Weißmann (2019): The role of parents’ ethnic networks in the school-to-work transition in Germany. [ISA RC28 Spring Meeting 2019, Frankfurt am Main, 21. bis 23. März 2019] mehr