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Jale Tosun, José L. Arco-Tirado, Maurizio Caserta, Zeynep Cemalcilar, Markus Freitag, Felix Hörisch, Carsten Jensen, Bernhard Kittel, Levente Littvay, Martin Lukeš, William A. Maloney, Monika Mühlböck, Emily Rainsford, Carolin Rapp, Bettina Schuck, Jennifer Shore, Nadia Steiber, Nebi Sümer, Panos Tsakoglou, Mihaela Vancea, Federico Vegetti
2019
Perceived economic self-sufficiency: a country- and generation-comparative approach
S. 510-531
Jennifer Shore, Jale Tosun
2019
A Two-Generation Study in Germany: Insights Into Survey Data Collection
Sage
Mihaela Vancea, Jennifer Shore, Mireia Utzet
2019
Role of employment-related inequalities in young adults’ life satisfaction: A comparative study in five European welfare state regimes
S. 357-365
Jennifer Shore, Jale Tosun
2019
Assessing youth labour market services: Young people’s perceptions and evaluations of service delivery in Germany
S. 22-41
Bettina Schuck, Jennifer Shore
2019
How Intergenerational Mobility Shapes Attitudes toward Work and Welfare
S. 139-154
Robert Strohmeyer, Vartuhi Tonoyan, Jennifer E. Jennings
2017
Jacks-(and Jills)-of-all-trades: On whether, how and why gender influences firm innovativeness
S. 498-518
Bettina Schuck, Jennifer Shore
2017
Does intergenerational mobility have political consequences? The impact of mobility experiences and expectations on normative attitudes toward the welfare state
University of Oslo
Jale Tosun, Jennifer Shore
2017
The Scope of European NEET Outreach Measures
S. 8
Heidelberg
Heidelberg University
Bettina Schuck, Jennifer Shore
2017
Does intergenerational mobility have political consequences? Mobility experiences and expectations and attitudes toward the welfare state
University of Glasgow
Jennifer Shore, Jale Tosun
2017
Personally Affected, Politically Disaffected? How Experiences with Public Services Impact Young People’s Political Efficacy
University of Glasgow
Marc Debus, Jale Tosun, Marcel Maxeiner
2015
Parties and their positions on entrepreneurship over time: Does the historical legacy of a political system matter or is economic problem pressure the decisive factor?
London School of Economics and Political Science, London
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer, Jennifer E. Jennings
2015
Cross-Country Gender Gaps in Perceived Start-Up Ease: Second-Order Effects of Labor Market Segregation
Wellesley, MA
Felix Hörisch, Jennifer Shore, Jale Tosun, Claudius Werner
2014
Labour market policies and youth unemployment
S. 9
Michael Gebel, Bettina Schuck
2014
European Youth Labour Markets during the Economic Crisis: Describing and explaining cross-country differences
University of Glasgow