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Studienzweifel und Studienabbruch als Ausdruck problematischer Passungsverhältnisse im akademischen Feld. Fallbeispiele aus zwei qualitativen Forschungsprojekten.

Pape, N., Heil, K., & Schneider, H. (2022).
Studienzweifel und Studienabbruch als Ausdruck problematischer Passungsverhältnisse im akademischen Feld. Fallbeispiele aus zwei qualitativen Forschungsprojekten. In H. Bremer & A. Lange-Vester (Hrsg.), Entwicklungen im Feld der Hochschule. Grundlegende Perspektiven, Steuerungen, Übergänge und Ungleichheiten (S. 244-260). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa.

Wege von Geflüchteten an deutsche Hochschulen (WeGe).

Berg, J., Grüttner, M., İkiz-Akıncı, D., Otto, C., Schröder, S., Schmidtchen, H., & Weber, A. (2021).
Wege von Geflüchteten an deutsche Hochschulen (WeGe). Daten- und Methodenbericht zu den quantitativen und qualitativen Datenpaketen des DZHW-Projekts „WeGe“. Hannover: DZHW. https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:wegequalistudents:1.0.0
Abstract

With the increased influx of refugees in the years 2014 to 2016, many people seeking protection came to Germany with advanced school qualifications or existing study experience. This resulted in a higher demand for preparatory language and subject courses, which must be completed in order to acquire the formal requirements necessary for admission to study in Germany. Until 2016, there were no scientific findings on the preparation of refugees for university in German-speaking countries. There was also little international research on the topic. The WeGe project therefore explored the topic and developed initial findings on the conditions for successful study preparation.

Individual characteristics of teacher education students: Re-examining the negative selection hypothesis.

Osada, J.-C., & Schaeper, H. (2021).
Individual characteristics of teacher education students: Re-examining the negative selection hypothesis. Journal for Educational Research Online, 13(2), 109-131. https://doi.org/10.31244/jero.2021.02.06

Distanzunterricht in der Covid-19-Pandemie: Wer häufig Kontakt zu seiner Lehrkraft hat, lernt mehr für die Schule.

Anger, S., Christoph, B., Hörl, T., Lesching, L., Margaryan, S., ... & Siedler, T. (2021).
Distanzunterricht in der Covid-19-Pandemie: Wer häufig Kontakt zu seiner Lehrkraft hat, lernt mehr für die Schule. (IAB-Forum 8. Dezember 2021). Nürnberg: IAB.

The socioeconomic gap in childcare enrolment: The role of behavioural barriers.

Hermes, H., Lergetporer, P., Peter, F., & Wiederhold, S. (07. Dezember 2021).
The socioeconomic gap in childcare enrolment: The role of behavioural barriers [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://voxeu.org/article/socioeconomic-gap-childcare-enrolment

Schlechte Chancen für bildungsferne Familien auf Kitaplatz.

Hermes, H., Lergetporer, P., Peter, F., & Wiederhold, S. (2021).
Schlechte Chancen für bildungsferne Familien auf Kitaplatz. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Karriere mit Promotion? Zum Verbleib Promovierter fünf Jahre nach dem Promotionsabschluss.

Briedis, K., & Teichmann, C. (2021).
Karriere mit Promotion? Zum Verbleib Promovierter fünf Jahre nach dem Promotionsabschluss. In D. Dülcke, J. Moes, A. Plietzsch, J. Schülein, & T. Steidten (Hrsg.), Promovieren mit Perspektive. Das GEW-Handbuch zur Promotion (S. 368-374). Bielefeld: wbv Media.

Übergangs- und Informationsverhalten zwischen Bachelor- und Masterstudium.

Woisch, A., Franke, B., & Mentges, H. (2021).
Übergangs- und Informationsverhalten zwischen Bachelor- und Masterstudium. Ergebnisse der vierten Befragung der Studienberechtigten des Abschlussjahrgangs 2015. (DZHW Brief 06|2021). Hannover: DZHW. https://doi.org/10.34878/2021.06.dzhw_brief

Responsivität deutscher Hochschulen in der postmigrantischen Gesellschaft: Am Beispiel des Hochschulzugangs von Geflüchteten.

Grüttner, M., Beigang, S., Schröder, S., Berg, J., & Kleimann, B. (2021).
Responsivität deutscher Hochschulen in der postmigrantischen Gesellschaft: Am Beispiel des Hochschulzugangs von Geflüchteten. ZDfm – Zeitschrift für Diversitätsforschung und -management, 6(2), 191-196. https://doi.org/10.3224/zdfm.v6i2.07

Does the effect of studying abroad on labour income vary by graduates’ social origin? Evidence from Germany.

Netz, N., & Grüttner, M. (2021).
Does the effect of studying abroad on labour income vary by graduates’ social origin? Evidence from Germany. Higher Education, 82(6), 1195-1217. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-020-00579-2
Abstract

Studying abroad can positively influence students’ personality development, transversal skills, and labour market outcomes. At the same time, students from a high social origin are more likely to study abroad than students from a low social origin. Against this background, recent research has suggested that international student mobility (ISM) may foster the reproduction of social inequality. However, this assumption has hardly been tested empirically. Drawing on social stratification theory, we first demonstrate that a scenario in which ISM increases social inequality (cumulative advantage) is as plausible as a scenario in which it decreases social inequality (compensatory levelling).

Who benefits most from studying abroad? A conceptual and empirical overview.

Netz, N. (2021).
Who benefits most from studying abroad? A conceptual and empirical overview. Higher Education, 82(6), 1049-1069. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-021-00760-1
Abstract

This editorial to the special issue on heterogeneous effects of studying abroad starts with a review of studies on the determinants and individual-level effects of studying abroad. On that basis, it illustrates the necessity to place more emphasis on effect heterogeneity in research on international student mobility. It then develops a typology of heterogeneous effects of studying abroad, which shall function as an agenda for future research in the field. Thereafter, the editorial introduces the contributions to the special issue. It concludes by summarising major findings and directions for future research.

Special Issue “Heterogeneous effects of studying abroad”.

Netz, N. (Hrsg.) (2021).
Special Issue “Heterogeneous effects of studying abroad”. Higher Education, 82(6). Dordrecht: Springer.

Does studying abroad influence graduates’ wages? A literature review.

Netz, N., & Cordua, F. (2021).
Does studying abroad influence graduates’ wages? A literature review. Journal of International Students , 11(4), 768-789.
Abstract

In this article, we review quantitative studies that empirically examine whether studying abroad influences graduates’ wages. Our review suggests that studying abroad has a moderate positive effect on graduates’ early-career wages in various national and institutional settings. However, this effect tends to vary across groups of graduates, employment contexts, and types of stays abroad. Employer change, access to large and multinational companies, and access to high-wage labor markets abroad appear to be the most relevant mechanisms mediating the effect of studying abroad on wages. Other mechanisms, such as improved language skills and a greater tendency to pursue further education, turn out to be less relevant.

Internationalität der Promotion in Deutschland.

Willige, J., & Dölle, F. (2021).
Internationalität der Promotion in Deutschland. Eine Analyse auf Basis der „National Academics Panel Study“ (Nacaps), 1. Welle. Hannover: DZHW.

Unterstützungsmaßnahmen erhöhen Kita-Inanspruchnahme von Kindern aus bildungsferneren Familien.

Hermes, H., Lergetporer, P., Peter, F., & Wiederhold, S. (27. Oktober 2021).
Unterstützungsmaßnahmen erhöhen Kita-Inanspruchnahme von Kindern aus bildungsferneren Familien [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://www.oekonomenstimme.org/artikel/2021/10/unterstuetzungsmassnahmen-erhoehen-kita-inanspruchnahme-von-kindern-aus-bildungsferneren-familien/

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