96 Works

The rise of economic insecurity in the EU: concepts and measures

Jason Beckfield, Laura Bernardi, Costanzo Ranci & Andrea Parma

Lone Mothers’ Repartnering Trajectories and Health: Does the Welfare Context Matter?

Laura Bernardi & Claudia Recksiedler

The Great Recession and Trajectories of Vulnerability to Unemployment in the UK and Switzerland

Dan Orsholits, Matthias Studer & Gilbert Ritschard

Is there public support for a longer and more gender equal leave scheme in Switzerland?

Isabel Valarino

Le travail rémunéré à temps plein des mères : malédiction ou bénédiction? Le cas singulier de la Suisse comparé à la Belgique, la France, l'Allemagne et la Suède

Clémentine Rossier & Juliette Fioretta

Does vocational education give a labour market advantage over the whole career? A comparison of the United Kingdom and Switzerland

Maïlys Korber

Discrimination in the hiring of older jobseekers: Evidence from two survey experiments in Switzerland

Daniel Oesch
Older workers who lose their job are at great risk of experiencing long-term unemployment. This vulnerability can be due to negative selection into unemployment or to age discrimination by employers. We empirically test three explanations of why older jobseekers may struggle to get reemployed: employers promote internal careers; employers prefer younger workers for physically demanding jobs; employers perceive older workers as being too expensive. We answer this question by analysing two experiments in Switzerland. In...

Discrimination in the hiring of older jobseekers: Evidence from two survey experiments in Switzerland

Daniel Oesch
Older workers who lose their job are at great risk of experiencing long-term unemployment. This vulnerability can be due to negative selection into unemployment or to age discrimination by employers. We empirically test three explanations of why older jobseekers may struggle to get reemployed: employers promote internal careers; employers prefer younger workers for physically demanding jobs; employers perceive older workers as being too expensive. We answer this question by analysing two experiments in Switzerland. In...

Decreased well-being after job loss: testing omitted causes

Isabel Baumann

Gender role-set family orientations, and fertility intentions in Switzerland

Valérie-Anne Ryser, Jean-Marie Le Goff & Laura Bernardi

Risk, vulnerability, and the life course

Victor W. Marshall

TRACES: Methodological and technical report

Guy Elcheroth, Dario Spini & Rachel Fasel

Personality assessment and career interventions

Jérôme Rossier

Assessing the performance of the Swiss Panel LIVES Calendar: Evidence from a pilot study

Judith Kühr, Felix Bühlmann, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Davide Morselli, Estelle Mugnari, Alexandra Bumbaru, Valérie-Anne Ryser, Dario Spini, Jean-Marie Le Goff, Nora Dasoki, Caroline Roberts, Robin Tillmann, Laura Bernardi & Karen Brändle

Devenir parent

Jean-Marie Le Goff & René Levy

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