Title:Selective Flexibilization and Deregulation of the Labor Market: The answer of Continental and Southern Europe Author(s):BLOSSFELD, Hans Peter; BUCHHOLZ, Sandra; HOFÄCKER, Dirk; BERTOLINI, SoniaDate:2012Citation:
- Stato e Mercato, 2012, 96, 3, 363-390
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this article, we reconstruct the institutional responses of different European welfare states and their implications for individual life course and employment trajectories and the related nation-specific patterns of ...
Title:The impact of formal adult education on the likelihood of being employed : a comparative overview Author(s):KILPI-JAKONEN, Elina; VONO DE VILHENA, Daniela; KOSYAKOVA, Yuliya; STENBERG, Anders; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2012Citation:
- Studies of Transition States and Societies, 2012, 4, 1, 48-68
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article aims to map formal adult education in terms of the determinants of educational upgrading later in life, relating these back to social inequalities from a comparative perspective, and to labour market outcomes ...
Title:Changes in the Economy, the Labor Market, and Expectations for the Future: What might Europe and the United States look like in twenty-five years? Author(s):BUCHHOLZ, Sandra; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2012Citation:
- New Directions for Youth Development, 2012, 135, 17-25
Type:ArticleAbstract:In times of globalization, modern societies' labor markets have been marked by an increasing segmentation and growing social inequality. Youths in particular have experienced a worsening of their employment chances in the ...
Title:Chancen für die Forschung durch interdisziplinäre Netzwerkbildung. Das Beispiel des Nationalen Bildungspanels Author(s):VON MAURICE, Jutta; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2012Citation:
- Gegenworte, 2012, Heft 28, 39-43
Title:Editorial: Einführung in das Schwerpunktthemenheft Frühe Förderung in der Familie Author(s):BLOSSFELD, Hans Peter; ROSSBACH, Hans-GüntherDate:2012Citation:
- Zeitschrift für Familienforschung/Journal of Family Research, 2012, 24, 2, 112-114
Title:Horizontal and vertical gender segregation in Russia : changes upon labour market entry before and after the collapse of the Soviet Regime Author(s):KOSYAKOVA, Yuliya; KURAKIN, Dmitry; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2015Citation:
- European sociological review, 2015, Vol. 31, No. 5, pp. 573-590
Type:ArticleAbstract:Using retrospective data from the Russian Education and Employment Survey (EES), we examine labour market entry in Russia in terms of changes in horizontal gender segregation and vertical gender inequalities before and ...
Title:Gender and job-related non-formal training : a comparison of 20 countries Author(s):DÄMMRICH, Johanna; KOSYAKOVA, Yuliya; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2015Citation:
- International journal of comparative sociology, 2015, Vol. 56, No. 6, pp. 433-459
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article analyses gender differences in the participation in various types of job-related non-formal training in 20 societies and examines the relationship of these gender differences with country-specific institutional ...
Title:Linking the macro to the micro : a multidimensional approach to educational inequalities in four European countries Author(s):BUKODI, Erzsebet; EIBL, Ferdinand; BUCHHOLZ, Sandra; MARZADRO, Sonia; MINELLO, Alessandra; WAHLER, Susanne; BLOSSFELD, Hans Peter; ERIKSON, Robert; SCHIZZEROTTO, AntonioDate:2018Citation:
- European societies, 2018, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 26-64
Type:ArticleAbstract:Recent research into educational inequalities has shown the importance of decomposing social origins into parental class, status and education, representing economic, socio-cultural and educational family resources, ...
Title:Entry of men into the labour market in West Germany and their career mobility (1945-2008) a long-term longitudinal analysis identifying cohort, period, and life-course effects Author(s):BECKER, Rolf; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2017Citation:
- Journal for labour market research, 2017, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 113-130
Type:ArticleAbstract:This study analyses how the long-term modernisation process as well as ups and downs of business cycles affect the entry of men into the labour market in West Germany and their career mobility. Combining longitudinal data ...
Title:From parents to children : the impact of mothers' and fathers' educational attainments on those of their sons and daughters in West Germany Author(s):MINELLO, Alessandra; BLOSSFELD, Hans PeterDate:2017Citation:
- British journal of sociology of education, 2017, Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. 686-704
Type:ArticleAbstract:Empirical studies have repeatedly shown that in Germany educational success still strongly depends on the social origin of individuals. Using the National Educational Panel Study, we analyse the effects of fathers' and ...