Michael Gebel

PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY, ESPECIALLY METHODS OF EMPIRICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH

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Office: Feldkirchenstraße 21, Room: F21/01.16A, 96045 Bamberg, Germany
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E-Mail:michael.gebel(at)uni-bamberg.de
Phone: +49 (0)951/863-2629
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Pillar 2: Educational and Social Inequality Across the Entire Life Course
Pillar 3: Changes in Human Capital, Labour Markets and Demographic Structures and their Impact on Social Structures in Modern Societies
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// CURRENT POSITIONS

 

  • Professor of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research
  • Faculty Member of the Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences



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// SUPERVISION


Professor Dr. Michael Gebel is interested in supervising doctoral students who conduct empirical studies on social inequality (esp. sociology of education, labour market and the family) from a life course perspective and/or in international comparative perspective based on micro data. Students who analyze micro data from non-European countries in international comparative perspective as well as students who apply techniques of longitudinal data analyses and modern methods of causal analysis are particularly welcome. 


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// RESEARCH


His research focuses on the transition to adulthood (school-to-work transition, family formation, etc.), atypical employment, unemployment, international comparative social research, methods of longitudinal data analysis, and modern methods of causal analysis. He has co-authored three internationally comparative books on Central and Eastern Europe and North Africa and the Middle East and published widely in leading SSCI-listed journals such as Advances in Life Course Studies, European Sociological Review, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Social Forces, Social Science & Medicine, Social Indicators Research, and International Journal of Comparative Sociology.


RESEARCH PROJECTS

  • The Socio-Economic Consequences of Temporary Employment: A Comparative Panel Data Analysis (SECCOPA), ERC-Starting Grant
  • Opportunities and Barriers at the Transition from Education to Work. A Comparative Youth Study in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Tajikistan (TEW-CCA), Volkswagen Foundation


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// SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Voßemer, J., M. Gebel, K. Täht, M. Unt, B. Högberg and M. Strandh (2018). The effects of unemployment and insecure jobs on well-being and health: the moderating role of labor market policies. Social Indicators Research, 138(3), 1229-1257.

Gebel, M. und J. Giesecke (2016). Does deregulation help? The impact of employment protection reforms on youths’ unemployment and temporary employment risks in Europe. European Sociological Review. 32(4), 486-500.

Heyne, S. and M. Gebel (2016). Education effects on the school-to-work transition in Egypt: A cohort comparison  of  labor  market  entrants  1970-2012.  Research  in  Social Stratification  and  Mobility, 46(A), 37-49.



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