More publications of this project

Moritz Heß
2018
Expected and preferred retirement age in Germany
S. 98–104
Moritz Heß, Jürgen Bauknecht, Sebastian Pink
2018
Working Hours Flexibility and Timing of Retirement: Findings from Europe
S. 478-494
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Dirk Hofäcker
2016
The reversal of early exit from work in aging societies: going beyond static regimes with temporal fuzzy set analysis
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Dirk Hofäcker, Jonas Radl
2016
Retirement Transitions in Times of Institutional Change: Theoretical Concept
S. 1-22
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Moritz Heß
2016
Germany: A Successful Reversal of Early Retirement?
S. 147-169
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Stefanie König, Julia Schilling
2016
The Outdistanced Vanguard: Early Retirement Policy in Denmark as an Obstacle to Progress in Active Aging
S. 291-313
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Heß, Stefanie König
2016
Delaying Retirement. Progress and Challenges of Active Ageing in Europe, the United States and Japan
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Thomas Biegert, Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2016
Accumulation or absorption of employment risks during the Great Recession? Comparing household low/non-employment in Europe before and since 2009
University of Oxford
Stefanie König, Moritz Heß, Dirk Hofäcker
2016
Trends and Determinants of Retirement Transition in Europe, the USA and Japan: A Comparative Overview
S. 23-51
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Stefanie König, Gabriella Sjögren Lindquist
2016
Sweden: Steeply Rising Older Workers’ Employment Rates in a Late-Exit Country
S. 315-336
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Moritz Heß, Stefanie König, Dirk Hofäcker
2016
Retirement Transitions Under Changing Institutional Conditions: Towards Increasing Inequalities? Comparing Evidence from 13 Countries
S. 363-378
London
Palgrave Macmillan
Dirk Hofäcker, Elias Naumann
2015
The emerging trend of work beyond retirement age in Germany – Increasing social inequality?
S. 473-479
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Dirk Hofäcker
2015
Reforming Welfare States and Changing Capitalism: Institutional Change and Reversing Early Retirement Regimes in Europe
S. 79-97
London
Palgrave
Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Heß, Elias Naumann
2015
Changing retirement transitions in times of paradigmatic political change: towards growing inequalities?
S. 205-226
Basingstoke
Palgrave Macmillan
Elias Naumann, Moritz Heß, Leander Steinkopf
2015
Die Alterung der Gesellschaft und der Generationenkonflikt in Europa
S. 426-446
Thomas Biegert
2014
Out of it for the money? A pseudo-panel analysis of welfare benefit impact on labour market performance
University of Bremen
Thomas Biegert
2014
On the Outside Looking in? Transitions out of non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany
S. 3-18
Thomas Biegert
2014
Out of it for the money? A pseudo-panel analysis of welfare benefit impact on labour market performance
WZB Berlin
Dirk Hofäcker, Stefanie König
2014
The shift from early exit to active ageing in European societies: Towards a better integration of older workers or the re-emergence of old inequalities
WZB, Berlin
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2014
Reforming welfare states and changing capitalism : institutional change and reversing early retirement regimes in Europe
University of Greenwich, London
Dirk Hofäcker
2013
Does institutional reversal of early retirement policies lead to changes in retirement planning? Evidence from German Survey Data
Umeå University
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2013
Reversing early retirement in advanced welfare economies: overcoming push and pull factors
CEPS, Belval-Luxembourg
Marius Busemeyer, Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Stephan Leibfried, Nicole Mayer-Ahuja, Herbert Obinger, Birgit Pfau-Effinger
2013
Wohlfahrtspolitik im 21. Jahrhundert: Neue Wege der Forschung
S. 323
Frankfurt
Campus
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2013
Reversing early exit from work in Europe - Overcoming push and pull towards early retirement
Central European University, Budapest
Thomas Biegert
2013
Retrenchment for Growth? A pseudo-panel analysis of welfare benefit impact on labour market performance
Pozna? University of Economics
Dirk Hofäcker
2013
Who wants to work longer – and why? Comparing Support and Readiness for Work beyond Retirement Age in European Countries
University of Turin
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Dirk Hofäcker
2013
Reversing Early Retirement in Advanced Welfare Economies: A Paradigm Shift to Overcome Push and Pull Factors
S. 807-840
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2013
Reforming Welfare States and Changing Capitalism: Reversing Early Retirement Regimes in Europe
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Moritz Heß
2013
Ageism in Europe: New Findings from the Cultural Map of the World and the European Social Survey
Seoul
Moritz Heß
2013
Age - Stereotypes and their Effect on Retirement Intentions
Poznan University of Economics
Thomas Bahle, Vanessa Hubl
2013
Mindestsicherung als Ersatz für die Sozialversicherung? Evidenz aus Europa
Berlin
Thomas Biegert
2013
(Con-)Sequences of Non-employment: Labour Market Reintegration in the United Kingdom and Germany
MZES, Mannheim
Dirk Hofäcker, Marge Unt
2013
Exploring the ‘new worlds’ of (late?) retirement in Europe
S. 163-183
Vanessa Hubl
2013
The duration of household nonemployment spells in the United Kingdom and Germany: How do individual, structural and policy factors interact?
Central European University, Budapest
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2013
Institutional Change in Advanced Democracies
New York, NY
Oxford University Press
Dirk Hofäcker, Heike Schröder, Yuxin Li, Matthew Flynn
2013
Trends and determinants of work: retirement transitions in Japan, Germany and England
Pozna? University of Economics
Dirk Hofäcker, Stefanie König
2013
Flexibility and work-life conflict in times of crisis: a gender perspective
S. 613-635
Thomas Biegert, Michael Kühhirt
2013
Fixed-Term Contracts as a Screening Device: Comparing the Effects of Layoffs and other Job Exits on the Probability to Enter Temporary Employment in Germany
University of Trento
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Dirk Hofäcker
2013
Institutional Conditions for the Successful Reversal of Early Exit in East and West: A Comparison of OECD Countries
Seoul
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2013
Reversing early exit from work in Europe: overcoming push and pull towards early retirement
University of Luxembourg
Dirk Hofäcker, Marge Unt
2013
Exploring the institutional determinants of women’s retirement preferences in an ageing Europe
Umeå University
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Desired retirement ages in Europe: Reconstructing Trends, Determinants and the Impact of Rising Economic Insecurity
Tel-Aviv University
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Does Institutional Reversal of Early Retirement Policies lead to Changes in Retirement Planning? Evidence from German Survey Data
York
Dirk Hofäcker, Heike Schröder, Matthew Flynn, Yuxin Li
2012
Does the Promotion of Extended Working Lives Foster the Emergence of New Inequalities? Comparing Trends and Determinants of Work-retirement Transitions in Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom
Center for the Study of Social Stratification and Inequality, Tohoku University, Sendai
Marge Unt, Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Exploring the ‘New Worlds’ of (Late?) Retirement in Europe
Umeå University
Thomas Biegert
2012
Transitions out of Non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany: Who Leaves and Where Do They Go?
Edinburgh
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
In line or at odds with public policies? Individual retirement preferences in a changing pension landscape
University of Edinburgh
Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Heß
2012
Erwerbstätigkeit älterer Arbeitnehmer im Übergang von der Frühverrentung zum ‚aktiven Altern‘ – Lebenslaufsoziologische Perspektiven
Wiesbaden
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Reversing Early Retirement in Advanced Welfare Economies: Overcoming Push and Pull Factors
Stockholm University, Stockholm
Vanessa Hubl
2012
The duration of household nonemployment spells in the United Kingdom and Germany: How do individual, structural and policy factors interact?
Trento
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers – Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation
Brussels
Mutual Leearning Programme
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Eager to exit or forced to retire? Exploring Patterns and Determinants of Voluntary and Involuntary Retirement in Europe
Toulouse
Dirk Hofäcker, Elias Naumann
2012
Happy Retirement – Cancelled? Exploring an emergent trend on the German labour market
Umeå University
Dirk Hofäcker
2012
Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers: Exploring Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation
Brussels
Thomas Biegert
2012
Institutions and Labor Market Transitions: Leaving Non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany
Stockholm
Dirk Hofäcker
2011
Determinanten von Erwerbsarbeit und Ruhestand
Wien
Dirk Hofäcker
2011
Determinanten der Frühverrentung: Ergebnisse der Testnutzung des Datensatzes 'Biographiedaten ausgewählter Sozialversicherungsträger in Deutschland (BASID)'
Berlin
Dirk Hofäcker
2011
Determinants of older workers' employment and retirement transitions: a cross-national comparison
Genf
Thomas Biegert
2011
Patterns of Non-employment: Labor Market Institutions and Employment Performance of Social Groups
Mannheim
MZES