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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, Zürich, 09. bis 12. September 2019] mehr
Kretschmer, David, Lars Leszczensky und Swetlana Nowoshenowa (2019): Gender differences in religious segregation of adolescents’ friendship networks. [ISA RC 28 Spring Meeting, Frankfurt, 21. bis 23. März 2019] mehr
Kuhnle, Jeremy Jesse (2019): Deregulation, self-employment, and economic integration: the 2004 reform of the German trade and crafts code as a natural experiment. [InGRID2 Spring School: ‘Vulnerable groups on the labour market’ – determinants and consequences of economic vulnerability across Europe, AISSR, University of Amsterdam, 01. bis 05. April 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”, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, 25. bis 29. März 2019] mehr
Kurella, Anna-Sophie (2019): Why the recent success of radical right parties does not indicate a right shift in public opinion. [Invited Talk at the Unequal Democracies Seminar, Université de Genève, 11. April 2019] mehr
Mader, Matthias, Francesco Olmastroni und Pierangelo Isernia (2019): Public opinion towards European foreign and defence policy and NATO: Still wanting it both ways?. [Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) Conference, Glasgow, 13. bis 15. September 2019] mehr
Mata, Jutta (2019): Health psychology in the age of social media. [Women in Data Science Conference, Mannheim, 25. März 2019] mehr
Mata, Jutta (2019): Socio-economic differences in food choice: Representative surveys of 9 European countries. [33rd Annual Conference of EHPS "Individuals and Professionals:Cooperation to Health", Dubrovnik, 03. bis 07. September 2019] mehr
Mäki, Miika, Katja Möhring, Anna Rotkirch und Andreas Weiland (2019): Linked lives and couples’ later life well-being in Finland and Germany. [Workshop: New Social Risks and Pension Policies in Europe, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, 21. Mai bis 22. Juli 2019] mehr
Möhring, Katja, und Andreas Weiland (2019): Linked lives – linked inequality? A multichannel sequence analysis of couples’ life courses and women’s financial well-being in old age. [ISA RC28 Spring Meeting, Frankfurt, 21. bis 23. März 2019] mehr