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Neubert, Moritz (2020): Unpacking decision-making dynamics in the European Union: How intersecting roles shape the Spitzenkandidaten process. [The European Elections and Beyond, (virtual conference), 17. bis 18. Dezember 2020] mehr
Sajons, Christoph, Mariel Leonard und Omar Flayyih (2020): Attitudes and political positions of migrants from the Middle East and the “Conservatism paradox”. [International Workshop on Immigration, Integration and Attitudes, Mannheim, 22. bis 23. September 2020] mehr
Shen, Jing (2020): Gender inequality in childcare and mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: Empirical evidence from the UK. [I-Scientist-Conference, (virtual conference), 16. bis 19. September 2020] mehr
Shen, Jing, und Irena Kogan (2020): How Do Host- and Home-Country Labour Market Contexts Matter? Unemployed Immigrant Men’s Life Satisfaction in Europe. [115th ASA Annual Meeting, (virtual conference), 08. bis 11. August 2020] mehr
Silber, Henning, Johannes Breuer, Christoph Beuthner, Pascal Siegers, Bernd Weiß, Sebastian Stier, Florian Keusch und Tobias Gummer (2020): Linking surveys and digital trace data: Experiences from two pilot studies on factors influencing informed consent. [BigSurv20, (virtual conference), 06. November bis 04. Dezember 2020] mehr
Springer, Angelina (2020): Sending the right signal: An experimental analysis. Formal recognition of foreign skills and labour market chances of immigrants in Germany. [ECSR 2020 Annual Conference for Early Career Researchers, (virtual conference), 02. Juli 2020] mehr
Voßemer, Jonas, und Anna Baranowska-Rataj (2020): What explains the negative effects of unemployment on the well-being of partners?. [ECSR 2020 Annual Conference for Early Career Researchers, (virtual conference), 02. Juli 2020] mehr
Weiland, Andreas (2020): Couples’ careers and women’s financial well-being in later life across Europe. [ESPAnet online PhD seminar, (virtual), 04. September 2020] mehr
Weishaupt, J. Timo (2020): Crisis Corporatism or Corporatism in Crisis? Explaining Social Concertation in Crisis-ridden. [32nd Annual SASE Meeting, (virtual conference), 18. bis 21. Juli 2020] mehr
Welbers, Kasper, Wouter van Atteveldt, Chung-hong Chan, Hartmut Wessler und Scott Althaus (2020): Suspect by Association: Untangling Semantic Relations Between Muslim Communities and Terrorism in the News. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, (virtual conference), 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr

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