Sophia Fauser (M.A.)
Sophia Fauser (M.A.)
Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research
University of Bamberg
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Sophia Fauser studied Sociology (B.A. 2014 and M.A. 2017) at the University of Mannheim and the University of Ottawa, Canada (2015/16). During her studies she worked as a student assistant at the Collaborative Research Center 884 "Political Economy of Reforms" at the University of Mannheim, as well as at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in the research group "International Distribution and Redistribution". After her studies she worked as a research assistant in the project "Social participation of young migrants and their integration into the labour market in their later life course" (SOPAL) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. In May 2018 she began her doctoral studies at the University of Bamberg. She is part of the team of “The socio-economic consequences of temporary employment: A comparative panel data analysis” SECCOPA project, which is funded with the European Research Council (ERC) starting grant until 2023.
- Social Inequality
- Temporary and Atypical Employment
- International Comparative Social Research
- Methods for Panel Data Analyses
- Methods of Quantitative Empirical Social Research
Fauser, S. (2020). Career trajectories and cumulative wages: The case of temporary employment. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 69. doi: 10.1016/j.rssm.2020.100529. (open access)
Fauser, S. (2019). Time availability and housework: The effect of unemployment on couples' hours of household labor. Social Science Research, 83. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.04.017.
Participation in conferences
[November, 2020] Talk on “Couples’ Early Career Trajectories and Later Life Housing Consequences in Germany: Investigating Cumulative Disadvantages”, YOUNG-IN online workshop.
[January, 2020] Talk on "Females’ Labor Market and Motherhood Trajectories: A Closer Look at Irregular Employment in South Korea", 12th Interdiciplinary PhD Workhop at the Institute of Employment Research (IAB). Nuremberg, Germany.
[July, 2019] Talk on "Atypical Employment and the Reconciliation of Work and Family Life: An Empirical Analysis using Data from PAIRFAM", ISA RC06 meeting in Rhodes, Greece.
[June, 2019] Talk on "The Effect of Temporary Employment on Cumulative Wages: A Sequence Analysis with the SOEP", 3rd Joint Graduate Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
[March, 2019] Talk on "The Effect of Temporary Employment on Cumulative Wages: A Sequence Analysis with the SOEP", ISA RC28 Spring Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.
[March, 2019] Talk on "Career Outcomes of Temporary Employment: Disentangling Functions of Screening, Entry Port and Entrapment", 6th European User Conference for EU-Microdata in Mannheim, Germany.
[April, 2018] Talk on "Fostering integration through sports? Analysing the long-term effect of youth sport activities on subsequent labour market success of migrants", annual conference of the British Sociological Association, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
[March, 2018] Talk on "Time availability and housework: The effect of unemployment on couples' division of household labor", annual conference of the German Association of Demography in Cologne, Germany.
[August, 2017] Talk with Christiane Lübke on "Fostering integration through sports? Analysing the long-term effect of youth sport activities on subsequent labour market success of migrants", 13th conference of the European Sociological Association in Athens, Greece.