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Michael Gebel
2009
Does Temporary Employment Help to Reintegrate the Unemployed Youth? Evidence from British and German Panel Data.
Dijon
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2009
Economic uncertainty and fertility: the effects of employment insecurity and unemployment on family formation in East and West Germany
Berlin
Michael Gebel
2009
Does Temporary Employment Help to Reintegrate the Unemployed? Evidence from British and German Panel Data
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2009
Labour market flexibility and inequality: the changing skill-based temporary employment and unemployment risks in Europe
Mannheim
Michael Gebel
2009
Early career consequences of temporary employment in Germany and the United Kingdom
ISER, University of Essex, Colchester
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2008
Labor Market Flexibility and Inequality: The Changing Risk Patterns of Temporary Employment in Europe
Florence
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2008
Employment Insecurity and the Transition to Parenthood
Berlin
Michael Gebel
2008
Early Career Consequences of Temporary Employment: Evidence from British and German Panel Data
Bamberg
Michael Gebel
2008
Labor Market Flexibility and Inequality: The Changing Risk Patterns of Temporary Employment in Europe
Neuchâtel
Michael Gebel
2008
Early Career Consequences of Temporary Employment: Evidence from British and German Panel Data
Stanford University, Palo Alto
Michael Gebel
2007
Fixed-Term Contracts at Labour Market Entry: Individual Risk Patterns and Quality of First Job.
Levico (Trento)
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2007
Labour Market Flexibility and Inequality: The Changing Risk Patterns of Atypical Employment. Evidences from the German Labour Market
Groningen
Michael Gebel, Johannes Giesecke
2007
Atypical Employment in Germany
Trento
Michael Gebel, Friedhelm Pfeiffer
2007
Educational Expansion and its Heterogeneous Returns for Wage Workers.
S. 13
Berlin
DIW
Michael Gebel
2007
Labour Market Flexibility and Inequality: The Changing Risk Patterns of Atypical Employment. Evidences from the German Labour Market
Humboldt Universität Berlin
Michael Gebel
2007
Educational Expansion and its Heterogeneous Returns for Wage Workers
München