Andreas Eberl
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School tracking and its role in social reproduction: Reinforcing educational inheritance and the direct effects of social origin
M Reichelt, M Collischon, A Eberl
The British journal of sociology 70 (4), 1323-1348, 2019
292019
What explains the negative effect of unemployment on health? An analysis accounting for reverse causality
G Krug, A Eberl
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 55, 25-39, 2018
292018
Data resource profile: Panel study labour market and social security (PASS)
M Trappmann, S Bähr, J Beste, A Eberl, C Frodermann, S Gundert, ...
International journal of epidemiology 48 (5), 1411-1411g, 2019
232019
Let’s Talk About Fixed Effects: Let’s Talk About All the Good Things and the Bad Things
M Collischon, A Eberl
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 72 (2), 289-299, 2020
82020
The effect of informal caregiving on social capital investments
A Eberl
Social science research 85, 102319, 2020
32020
The Impact of Informal Care and Employment on the Mental Health of the Caregiver
A Eberl, S Lang, K Seebaß
Sozialer Fortschritt 66 (1), 77-96, 2017
32017
When and how does volunteering influence wages?–Evidence from panel data
A Eberl, G Krug
Acta Sociologica, 0001699320902809, 2020
22020
Structural legacies and the motherhood penalty: How past societal contexts shape mothers’ employment outcomes in reunified Germany
M Collischon, A Eberl, M Reichelt
SocArXiv, 2020
12020
The effect of compulsory service on life satisfaction and its channels
M Collischon, A Eberl, K Jahn
IAB-Discussion Paper 24/2018, 2018
12018
The Link between Relative Pay and Job Satisfaction Revisited
M Collischon, A Eberl
European Sociological Review 37 (2), 238-252, 2021
2021
Gender Roles, Child Moves and Parental Well-being: A Panel Study on Short and Long Term Effects for Germany
M Collischon, A Eberl, T Wolbring
SocArXiv, 2021
2021
Subjective Well-being Scarring Through Unemployment: New Methods, New Results?
A Eberl, M Collischon, T Wolbring
SocArXiv. February 25, 2021
2021
Social capital as a partial explanation for gender wage gaps
M Collischon, A Eberl
The British Journal of Sociology, 2021
2021
Adverse Effects of Societal Institutions: Three Examples of how They Shape Social Inequalities
A Eberl
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2019
2019
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