Natalie Nitsche
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Mythos Flexibilisierung?
KU Mayer, D Grunow, N Nitsche
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 62 (3), 369-402, 2010
Housework over the course of relationships: Gender ideology, resources, and the division of housework from a growth curve perspective
N Nitsche, D Grunow
Advances in Life Course Research 29, 80-94, 2016
Partners’ educational pairings and fertility across Europe
N Nitsche, A Matysiak, J Van Bavel, D Vignoli
Demography 55 (4), 1195-1232, 2018
Do economic resources play a role in bargaining child care in couples? Parental investment in cases of matching and mismatching gender ideologies in Germany
N Nitsche, D Grunow
European Societies 20 (5), 785-815, 2018
‘The proper age for parenthood’and second birth rates in Europe
J Van Bavel, N Nitsche
European Sociological Review 29 (6), 1149-1161, 2013
Opting out of the family
N Nitsche, H Brueckner
Social change in racial inequality in family formation patterns and marriage …, 2009
Data Resource Profile: COVerAGE-DB: a global demographic database of COVID-19 cases and deaths
T Riffe, E Acosta
International Journal of Epidemiology 50 (2), 390-390f, 2021
Institutions and costs–determinants of firm financed training activities in four European countries
R Mytzek-Zühlke, N Nitsche
Lifelong Learning. Building Bridges through Transitional Labour Markets …, 2006
Opting out of the family? Social change in racial inequality in family formation patterns and marriage outcomes among highly educated women
N Nitsche, H Brueckner
American Sociological Association.(August 2009). Retrieved from http://www …, 2009
Preferences, partners, and parenthood: Linking early fertility desires, marriage timing, and achieved fertility
N Nitsche, SR Hayford
Demography 57 (6), 1975-2001, 2020
COVerAGE-DB: A database of age-structured COVID-19 cases and deaths.
T Riffe, E Acosta, JM Aburto, D Alburez-Gutierrez, A Altová, U Basellini, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Subjective perceptions of employment mobility: a comparison of east and west Germany
N Nitsche, KU Mayer
Comparative Sociology 12 (2), 184-210, 2013
Emerging Trends: Family Formation and Gender
A Matysiak, N Nitsche
Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary …, 2016
Explaining the recent change in parental leave policy in Germany: A German–Austrian comparison
N Nitsche
Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Boston: ASA, 2008
Is occupational flexibilization a myth? How stable have working lives been and as how stable are they being perceived?
KU Mayer, D Grunow, N Nitsche
Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 62 (3), 369-402, 2010
Opting Out of the Family? Social Change in Racial Equality in Family Formations Patterns and Marriage Outcomes among Highly Educated Women
H Brueckner, N Nitsche
annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco …, 2009
Late, But Not Too Late? Postponement of First Birth Among Highly Educated US Women
N Nitsche, H Brückner
European Journal of Population 37 (2), 371-403, 2021
Stability or Instability of Work Trajectories: Expectations, Aspirations, and Perceptions in East and West Germany
N Nitsche, KU Mayer
CIQLE working paper 2011, 2011
Birth cohort changes in fertility ideals: Evidence from repeated cross-sectional surveys in Finland
K Savelieva, N Nitsche, V Berg, A Miettinen, A Rotkirch, M Jokela
SocArXiv, 2021
Countries Embracing Maternal Employment Have Opened Schools Sooner after COVID-19 Lockdowns
A Hudde, N Nitsche
SocArXiv, 2020
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