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Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2015): Revisiting Pension Privatization in Europe. [Pension Forum 2015, School of Public Policy & Governance, University of Toronto, January 28th, 2015] more
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2015): Welfare Retrenchment. Pp. 521-527 in: James D. Wright (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. 2nd ed., Amsterdam: Elsevier. more
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard, and Jonas Radl (2015): Pushed out prematurely? Comparing objectively forced exits and subjective assessments of involuntary retirement across Europe. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 41, issue sept., pp. 115–130. more
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard, and Dirk Hofäcker (2015): Reforming Welfare States and Changing Capitalism: Institutional Change and Reversing Early Retirement Regimes in Europe. Pp. 79-97 in: Seán Ó Riain, Felix Behling, Rossella Ciccia, Eoin Flaherty (Eds.) The Changing Worlds and Workplaces of Capitalism. London: Palgrave. more
Endres, Fabian, Matthias Mader and Harald Schoen (2015): On the Relationship Between Strategic Cultures and Support for European Defence: A Comment on Irondelle, Mérand and Foucault. European Journal of Political Research, 54, issue 4, pp. 848–859. more
Esser, Hartmut (2015): Ability Tracking and Educational Inequality: Two Approaches, a Comprehensive Model and Empirical Evidence from the BiKS. A Comparison between Bavaria and Hesse in Germany. [Conference on "(Persistent) Inequalities Reconsidered: Education and Social Mobility", Ascona, July 26th to July 31st, 2015] more
Esser, Hartmut (2015): Early conditions of political participation and civic integration of immigrant-children. Pp. 115-134 in: Thomas Poguntke, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck, Sonja Zmerli (Eds.) Citizenship and Democracy in an Era of Crisis: Essays in honour of Jan W. van Deth. London, New York: Routledge. more
Esser, Hartmut (2015): Institutional sorting and educational poverty: Is ability tracking really (nothing but) responsible for stronger social (and ethnic) educational inequalities? A comparison between Bavaria and Hesse in Germany. [Conference "Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications", International University, San Servolo (Venice), November 16th to November 18th, 2015] more
Esser, Hartmut, and Ilona Relikowski (2015): Is Ability Tracking (Really) Responsible for Educational Inequalities in Achievement? A Comparison between the Country States Bavaria and Hesse in Germany. Bonn [IZA-Discussion Paper] more
Faas, Thorsten (2015): Bring the state (information) in: Campaign dynamics in the run-up to a German referendum. Electoral Studies, 38, issue June, pp. 226-237. more

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