New publications

Voßemer, J., & Heyne, S. (forthcoming) Unemployment and housework in couples: task-specific differences and dynamics over time. Journal of Marriage and Family

Adriaans, J., Valet, P. & Liebig S. (forthcoming). Comparing Administrative and Survey Data: Is Information from Administrative Records of the German Institute for Employment Research Consistent with Survey Self-reports? Quality & Quantity.

Sauer, C., Valet, P., Roscigno, VJ & Wilson, G. (forthcoming). Neoliberalism's Public-Sector Impact: The US and Germany Compared. In Dwyer, R., Warhurst, C. & Mathieu, C. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Job Quality. Cambridge: Oxford University Press.

Calnitsky, D., E. Forget, and J. Latner (forthcoming). Life after work: The impact of basic income on non-employment activities. Social Science History 

Ehab Samy, M. (2019). Employment transitions of youth and health implications in Egypt. Economic Research Forum, Working Paper no. 1355. Download (Open Access!)

Högberg, B., Strandh, M., Voßemer, J., & Gebel, M. (2019). Unemployment, wellbeing and the moderating role of education policies: A multilevel study. International Journal of Comparative Sociology , 60 (4) 269-291. download

Badurashvili, I., M. Gebel, N. Kobakhidze, G. Meladze and R. Nadiradze (2019). Descriptive analyses of youth transitions in Georgia. TEW-CCA Working Paper No. 4.2. Bamberg: TEW-CCA Project, University of Bamberg. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M. and G. Heineck (2019). Returns to education in the life course. In R. Becker (ed.) Research Handbook on Sociology of Education. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Chapter 24, 454–475. Information on book

Fauser, S. (2019). Time availability and housework: The effect of unemployment on couples' hours of household labor. Social Science Research. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.04.017

Voßemer, J. (2019). Losing standard employment in Germany: The consequences of displacement and dismissal for workers’ subsequent careers. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. doi: 10.1016/j.rssm.2019.100420 

Voßemer, J. (2019). The effects of unemployment on non-monetary job quality in Europe: The moderating role of economic situation and labor market policies. Social Indicators Research, 144, 379-401. doi: 10.1007/s11205-018-2044-7

Latner, J. (2019).  Economic insecurity and the distribution of income volatility in the United States. Social Science Research, 77, 193-213. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2018.09.005

Valet, P., Adriaans, J. & Liebig, S. (2019). Comparing Survey Data and Administrative Records on Gross Earnings: Nonreporting, Misreporting, Interviewer Presence and Earnings Inequality. Quality & Quantity, 53(1), 471-491. doi:10.1007/s11135-018-0764-z

Voßemer, J. (2019). The economic and non-economic consequences of job loss, unemployment, and inadequate re-employment in Germany and Europe. [PhD thesis] Bamberg: University of Bamberg.

Gebel, M. and E. Mandieva (2019). General methodology of the TEW‐CCA Youth Transition Surveys in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Tajikistan. In: M. Gebel, I. Badurashvili, S. Olimova and R. Sattarov (eds.) Methodological report on TEW-CCA Youth Transition Surveys in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Tajikistan. TEW-CCA Working Paper No. 3. Bamberg: University of Bamberg, pp. 7-54. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M., I. Badurashvili, S. Olimova and R. Sattarov (eds.) (2019). Methodological report on TEW-CCA Youth Transition Surveys in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Tajikistan. TEW-CCA Working Paper No. 3. Bamberg: University of Bamberg. 99 pages. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Unt, M., M. Gebel and S. Bertolini (2018). Social exclusion of youth in Europe: Consequences of labour market insecurity. Journal of Transition States and Societies, 10(3), 1-8. Download (OPEN ACECSS!)

Unt, M., M. Gebel and S. Bertolini (eds.) (2018). Social exclusion of youth in Europe: Consequences of labour market insecurity. Journal of Transition States and Societies, 10(3), Special Issue. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Bela, A., N. Feinauer, M. Gebel, G. Heineck, J. Lettau and K. Mergard (2018). Returns to education across the life course in the National Educational Panel Study: Theoretical framework and corresponding survey program. (NEPS Survey Paper No. 50). Bamberg, Germany: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, National Educational Panel Study. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

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. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M., D. Hofäcker, M. Jeliazkova, S. Schadow, K. Täht and M. Unt (2018). Proposal for future research based on EXCEPT project. EXCEPT Working Papers No.58. Tallinn:  Tallinn  University. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Unt, M. and M. Gebel (2018). Synthesis of the main empirical findings of EXCEPT project. EXCEPT Working Papers No.57. Tallinn:  Tallinn  University. 121 pages. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Schlee, C. (2018). Young adults in insecure labour market positions in Germany – The results from a qualitative study, EXCEPT Working Papers, WP No 19. Tallinn University, Tallinn. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M. (2018). The role of education institutions for the transition from education to work: A European comparative perspective. In P. Boyadjieva, M. Kanoushev, M. Ivanov (eds.) Inequalities and social (dis)integration: In search of togetherness. Jubilee collection in honor of Prof. Rumiana Stoilova. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad, 181-200.

Voßemer, J., M. Gebel, O. Nizalova and O. Nikolaieva (2018). The effect of an early-career involuntary job loss on later life health in Europe. Advances in Life Course Studies, 35, 69-76. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M. and S. Heyne (2017). Familienverständnis in Nordafrika und dem Nahen Osten. Analysen zu familiären Rollen und zur Abgrenzung vom Staat. University of Bamberg Press. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M. (2017). Der Übergang vom Bildungssystem in den Arbeitsmarkt im europäischen Vergleich. Die Rolle von Bildungs– und Arbeitsmarktinstitutionen. In J. Schmid, K. Amos, J. Schrader and A. Thiel (eds.) Governance und Interdependenz von Bildung. Internationale Studien und Vergleiche. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 13–36. Download

Gebel, M. (2017). The effects of unemployment and temporary employment on leaving the parental home in Germany. In Baranowska-Rataj A., Bertolini S. and Goglio V. (eds.). Country level analyses of mechanisms and interrelationships between labour market insecurity and autonomy, EXCEPT Working Papers, WP No.11. Tallinn: Tallinn University, pp. 97-130. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Baranowska-Rataj, A., M. Gebel, K. Gousia, M. Klobuszewska, O. Nikolaieva, O. Nizalova, E. Norton, M. Rokicka, J. Stasiowski, M. Strandh and J. Voßemer (2016). Interdependencies between labour market insecurity and well-being - evidence from panel data. EXCEPT Working Paper No. 8. Tallinn: Tallinn University. 56 pages. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Athanasiades, C., L. Figgou, A. Flouli, M. Gebel, K. Gousia, B. Högberg, M. Kostouli, O. Nizalova, N. Shapoval, M. Sourvinou, M. Strandh, K. Täht, M. Unt, J. Voßemer and D. Xanthopoulou (2016). Report on the impact of the institutional setting and policies on the well-being and health of youth in insecure labour market positions in EU-28 and Ukraine. EXCEPT Working Paper No. 7. Tallinn: Tallinn University. 128 pages. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

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. Download

Gebel, M. and S. Heyne (2016). Delayed transitions in times of increasing uncertainty: School-to-work transition and the delay of first marriage in Jordan. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 46(A), 61-72. Download

Gebel, M. (2016). Education, employment dynamics and the middle class in Germany. Sociological Problems, 48(Special Issue), 23-45. Download

Gallie, D., M. Gebel, J. Giesecke, K. Halldén, P. van der Meer and R. Wielers (2016). Quality of work and job satisfaction: Comparing female part-time work in four European countries. International Review of Sociology, 26(3), 457-481. Download

Gebel, M. and 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. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Voßemer, J. and B. Schuck (2016). Better overeducated than unemployed? The short- and long-term effects of an overeducated labor market re-entry. European Sociological Review, 32(2), 251-265. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcv093. Download

Voßemer, J. and N. Eunicke (2015). The impact of labor market exclusion and job insecurity on health and well-being among youth - a literature review. EXCEPT Working Papers, WP No 2. Tallinn University, Tallinn. download

Gebel, M. (2015) Comment on "Vocational, vocational tertiary and academic qualifications". In ZEW-BMBF Research Report "Educational Indicators in International Comparison" , pp. 22-27. Download (OPEN ACCESS!)

Gebel, M. (2015). Labor market instability: Labor market entry and early career development. In R. Scott and S. Kosslyn (eds.) Emerging trends in the social and behavioral sciences , New York: Wiley. download

Gebel, M. (2015). Book review: D. Gallie (ed.): Economic crisis, quality of work, and social integration: The European experience. European Sociological Review , 31 (1), 131-133. download

Salikutluk, Zerrin and Stefanie Heyne (2014). "Who is actually disadvantaged?" And "Impact of traditional gender roles on academic performance and parental aspiration in German and Turkish families." Journal of Sociology , 43, no. 6, pp. 421-440. download