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Jan Paul Heisig
Jan Paul Heisig
Head of Research Group "Health and Social Inequality", WZB Berlin Social Science Center
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Why You Should Always Include a Random Slope for the Lower-level Variable Involved in a Cross-level Interaction
JP Heisig, M Schaeffer
European Sociological Review 35 (2), 258–279, 2019
1792019
Who does more housework: rich or poor? a comparison of 33 countries
JP Heisig
American Sociological Review 76 (1), 74-99, 2011
1232011
Multilevel analysis with few clusters: improving likelihood-based methods to provide unbiased estimates and accurate inference
M Elff, JP Heisig, M Schaeffer, S Shikano
British Journal of Political Science, 1-15, 2020
91*2020
Destabilisierung und Destandardisierung, aber für wen? Die Entwicklung der westdeutschen Arbeitsplatzmobilität seit 1984
J Giesecke, JP Heisig
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 62 (3), 403-435, 2010
882010
The Costs of Simplicity: Why Multilevel Models May Benefit from Accounting for Cross-Cluster Differences in the Effects of Controls
JP Heisig, M Schaeffer, J Giesecke
American Sociological Review 82 (4), 796-827, 2017
832017
Secondary Education Systems and the General Skills of Less-and Intermediate-educated Adults A Comparison of 18 Countries
JP Heisig, H Solga
Sociology of Education 88 (3), 202-225, 2015
632015
Verarmungsrisiken nach kritischen Lebensereignissen in Deutschland und den USA
U Kohler, M Ehlert, B Grell, JP Heisig, A Radenacker, M Wörz
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 64 (2), 223-245, 2012
452012
Zusammenhänge und Wechselwirkungen zwischen Erbschaften und Vermögensverteilung
M Kohli, H Künemund, C Vogel, M Gilles, JP Heisig, J Schupp, A Schäfer, ...
Forschungsprojekt im Auftrag des Bundesministerium für Gesundheit und …, 2005
41*2005
Do new labour activation policies work? A descriptive analysis of the German Hartz reforms
J Alber, JP Heisig
WZB Discussion Paper, 2011
35*2011
Getting more unequal: Rising labor market inequalities among low-skilled men in West Germany
J Giesecke, JP Heisig, H Solga
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 39, 1-17, 2015
332015
Ethnic inequality in retirement income: a comparative analysis of immigrant–native gaps in Western Europe
JP Heisig, B Lancee, J Radl
Ageing & Society 38 (10), 1963-1994, 2018
202018
Late-career Risks in Changing Welfare States: comparing Germany and the United States since the 1980s
JP Heisig
Amsterdam University Press, 2015
182015
Destabilization and Destandardization: For Whom? The Development of West German Job Mobility since 1984
J Giesecke, JP Heisig
Schmollers Jahrbuch: Journal of Applied Social Science Studies/Zeitschrift …, 2011
18*2011
Höheres Risiko für Geringqualifizierte: Wie sich die berufliche Mobilität in Deutschland verändert hat
J Giesecke, JP Heisig
WZBrief Arbeit, 2010
182010
Cross-national differences in social background effects on educational attainment and achievement: absolute vs. relative inequalities and the role of education systems
JP Heisig, B Elbers, H Solga
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 50 (2), 165-184, 2020
172020
Adding scars to wrinkles? Long-run effects of late-career job loss on retirement behavior and personal income
JP Heisig, J Radl
Work, Aging and Retirement 3 (3), 257-272, 2017
162017
Zunehmende Arbeitsmarktrisiken für Geringqualifizierte–Herausforderungen und Handlungsoptionen
J Giesecke, JP Heisig
WSI-Mitteilungen 1, 44-46, 2011
15*2011
Measuring the signaling value of educational degrees: secondary education systems and the internal homogeneity of educational groups
JP Heisig
Large-scale Assessments in Education 6 (1), 1-35, 2018
142018
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
MetaArXiv, 2021
122021
Einstiegswege in den Arbeitsmarkt
J Giesecke, JP Heisig, J Allmendinger
WZB Discussion Paper, 2009
122009
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