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Metz, Ashley, und Florian Keusch (2023): Sensor- and smartphone-based data collection in organization studies and management. [39th EGOS Colloquium, Cagliari, 06. bis 08. Juli 2023] mehr
Mikucka, Malgorzata (2023): Loneliness among Older Adults in Poland. Triggers and Socioeconomic Differences. S. 187–232 in: Joshua K. Dubrow, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski, Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, Michal Kotnarowski (Hrsg.) Poland: Thirty Years of Radical Social Change. Leiden: Brill. mehr
Mikucka, Malgorzata, und Radoslaw Antczak (2023): Role of individual characteristics and national distancing policies for COVID-19 protective behaviour among older adults: a cross-sectional study of 27 European countries. BMJ Open, 23, (article no. e060291), pp. 1-10. mehr
Mikucka, Malgorzata, Ewa Jarosz und Annalisa Donno (2023): Inequality in time spent together. [Measuring Progress Annual Workshop, Luxembourg, 02. bis 03. Juni 2023] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra (2023): Does Credibility beat Anxiety? Evidence from a Field Experiment. [119th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA, 31. August bis 03. September 2023] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra (2023): Inclusion of videos in seminar design. Washington, DC [APSA Preprints] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra (2023): Quantitative measurements of migration decision making: How a more differentiated measurement perspective provides new insights on gender imbalances. [20th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Warsaw, 03. bis 06. Juli 2023] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra, und Felix Jäger (2023): Can emotions explain how threat rhetoric shapes preferences for freedom versus security?. [PolMETH Europe, London, 19. bis 20. Juni 2023] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra, und Julia Kleinewiese (2023): Can (s)he be protected? Experimental evidence on vulnerabilities to exploitative labour migration offers in Tanzania. [9th Annual Conference on Migration and Diversity, Berlin, 11. bis 13. Oktober 2023] mehr
Morgenstern, Sandra, und Marc Helbling (2023): Migration aspirations and the perceptions of the political, economic and social environment in Africa. International Migration, 61, Heft 6, S. 102-117. mehr

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