Katherin Barg
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The influence of students' social background and parental involvement on teachers’ school track choices: reasons and consequences
K Barg
European Sociological Review 29 (3), 565-579, 2013
392013
Does marriage pay more than cohabitation?
K Barg, M Beblo
Journal of Economic Studies, 2009
232009
Educational choice and cultural capital: examining social stratification within an institutionalized dialogue between family and school
K Barg
Sociology 49 (6), 1113-1132, 2015
192015
Does" Sorting into Specialization" Explain the Differences in Time Use between Married and Cohabiting Couples? An Empirical Application for Germany
K Barg, M Beblo
Annals of Economics and Statistics/ANNALES D'ÉCONOMIE ET DE STATISTIQUE, 127-152, 2012
162012
The male marital wage premium in Germany: selection versus specialization
K Barg, M Beblo
Schmollers Jahrbuch 127 (1), 59-73, 2007
122007
Why are middle-class parents more involved in school than working-class parents?
K Barg
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 59, 14-24, 2019
92019
Inequality of educational opportunity in East and West Germany: convergence or continued differences
M Klein, K Barg, M Kühhirt
SocArXiv, 2018
42018
An analysis of social class differentials in parent-initiated contact with teachers
K Barg
British Journal of Sociology of Education 40 (3), 289-308, 2019
32019
Social class differentials at the transition from lower to upper secondary education in France
K Barg
Working Paper 140. Universität Mannheim. Germany, 2011
22011
Intra-Household Allocation: Evidence from a New Survey on Family Issues with Individual Consumption Data
K Barg, D Beninger
Mannheim, mimeo, 2009
22009
Parental values in the UK
W Baker, K Barg
The British Journal of Sociology 70 (5), 2092-2115, 2019
12019
Social class differentials at the transition from lower to upper secondary education in France: School track choices, parental involvement and grade retention
K Barg
12013
Male Marital Wage Premium: Warum verheiratete Männer (auch brutto) mehr verdienen als unverheiratete und was der Staat damit zu tun haben könnte
K Barg, M Beblo
Discussion pPpers des Harriet Taylor Mill-Instituts für Ökonomie und …, 2009
12009
Investigating the Imagination of Possible and ‘Like-to-Avoid’Selves among Higher Education Students from Different Socioeconomic Backgrounds at a Selective English University
K Barg, S Benham-Clarke, A Mountford-Zimdars
Social Sciences 9 (5), 67, 2020
2020
Relative risk aversion models: How plausible are their assumptions?
C Barone, K Barg, M Ichou
2019
OSC Papers
C Barone, K Barg, M Ichou
2019
Does Character Education work?-A study of a pedagogical intervention in Scottish secondary schools
K Barg, J Conroy
University of Birmingham, Jubilee Centre, 2015
2015
TECHNOLIGI OF HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTION AND MARRIAGE FORMATION: Does" Sorting into Specilization" Explain the Difference in Time Use between Married and Cohabiting Couples? An …
K Barg, M Beblo
Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 127-154, 2012
2012
The Beauty and the Beast. Evidence on the Intra-Household Decision Process From a new German Data on Family Issues
K Barg, D Beninger
2008
Does marriage pay more than cohabitation? Selection and specialization effects on male wages in Germany
K Barg, M Beblo
Selection and Specialization Effects on Male Wages in Germany (January 2007 …, 2007
2007
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