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Kretschmer, David, und Lars Leszczensky (2019): Are there age-specific gender differences in the segregation of Muslim adolescents’ friendship networks?. [4th European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2019), Zurich, 09. bis 12. September 2019] mehr
Kretschmer, David, Lars Leszczensky und Swetlana Nowoshenowa (2019): Gender differences in religious segregation of adolescents’ friendship networks. [ISA RC28 Spring Meeting, Frankfurt, 21. bis 23. März 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke (2019): Analyzing Administrative Data with Privacy Protection in Place. [Workshop "Privacy and the Science of Data Analysis", Berkeley, 08. bis 12. April 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke (2019): Investigating the Utility of Interviewer Observations on the Survey Response Process. [Interviewer Workshop at University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 27. Februar 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke (2019): The Social Survey Statistician's Perspective on (Differential). [Workshop "Data Privacy: Foundations and Applications Boot Camp", Berkeley, 28. Januar bis 01. Februar 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke (2019): Understanding Data Generating Processes. [Statistical Reasoning and Thinking Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 14. Juli 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke (2019): Will Differential Privacy Transform Social Science. [SEM 2019 - 6th Annual Conference, Frankfurt, 16. bis 18. August 2019] mehr
Kreuter, Frauke, Rayid Ghani und Julia Lane (2019): Change Through Data: A Data Analytics Training Program for Government Employees. Harvard Data Science Review, 1, Heft 2, (e-only). 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 Annual Conference "Inequality Over the Life Course", Lausanne, 12. bis 14. September 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”, Turin, 25. bis 29. März 2019] mehr

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