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Presentation at the Colloquium of the Department of Sociology of Education at the University of Bern

December 11, 2019

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel held a presentation on “The effects of education-to-work transitions on youth’s subjective well-being“ at the Colloquium of the Department of Sociology of Education at the University of Bern. In his talk he motivated the SECCOPA research and outlined the research agenda, also with respect to Switzerland. He showed first evidence from his current SECCOPA research on the subjective well-being consequences of experiencing different sequence patterns of unemployment and temporary employment during the transition from education to work using data from the Socio-Economic-Panel (SOEP).

 
Presentation at the GESIS workshop in Mannheim

November 29, 2019

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel held a presentation on “Multilevel analysis using comparative microdata “ at the GESIS Workshop on “Working with European Union Labor Force Survey (EU-LFS)“ in Mannheim. Next to giving methodological insights in applying multilevel analysis to comparative microdata he showed examples of analyzing temporary employment across Europe.

November 14 – 17, 2019

Sonja Scheuring gave two presentations in the context of the workshop “Labor Market Insecurity and Health of Family Members”. The workshop was funded by the European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) and organized by Jonas Voßemer (Umeå University) from the ERC project HEALFAM (“The Effects of Unemployment on Health of Family Members”) and co-organized by our doctoral student Sonja Scheuring.

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Collaborative research with the ISS at the University of Tokyo

October 21 November 21, 2019

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel was visiting research fellow at the Insitute of Social Science (ISS) at the University of Tokyo for one month. During his research visit he collaborated with his academic host Prof. Hiroshi Ishida on the topic of consequences of non-standard employment and unemployment in the early career in a German-Japanese comparison. The ongoing collaborative research is based on longitudinal data of the Japanese Life Course Panel Survey as well as the German National Education Panel Study (NEPS) SC6.

October 24, 2019

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel held a presentation on “The effects of education-to-work transitions on youth’s subjective well-being “ at the Institute of Social Science (ISS) at the University of Tokyo.

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October 18 – 19, 2019

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel held a presentation on “Labor Market Transitions and Intergenerational Support. Evidence from German Panel Data“ at the ISA-RC06 and VSA International Conference on The Family in Modern and Global Societies: Persistence and Change in Hanoi. This is ongoing joint work with SECCOPA international collaborator Prof. Anna Manzoni, PhD, from North Carolina State University, USA.

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