Nicolai Netz

Dr. Nicolai Netz

Research area Educational Careers and Graduate Employment
Head of junior research group
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Nicolai Netz studied modern languages, cultural science, political science, and economics at the Universities of Bonn, Florence, and Maastricht. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Hanover. He joined the DZHW in 2008. In his work, he examines the educational and professional careers of students and graduates. His current research focuses on the determinants and effects of high-skilled mobility.

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Academic research fields

Mobility of the highly skilled, migration, sociology of education, returns to education, social inequality, international comparisons

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Research cluster: Mobility of the Highly Skilled
Publications

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Why do students from underprivileged families less often intend to study abroad?

Lörz, M., Netz, N., & Quast, H. (2016).
Why do students from underprivileged families less often intend to study abroad? Higher Education, 72(2), 153-174.

Soziale Ungleichheit und Bildungsmobilität. Warum ziehen Studierende aus weniger privilegiertem Elternhaus seltener einen Auslandsaufenthalt in Betracht?

Lörz, M., Netz, N., & Quast, H. (2016).
Soziale Ungleichheit und Bildungsmobilität. Warum ziehen Studierende aus weniger privilegiertem Elternhaus seltener einen Auslandsaufenthalt in Betracht? oead.news, 99, 6-7.

New Horizontal Inequalities in German Higher Education? Social Selectivity of Studying Abroad between 1991 and 2012.

Netz, N., & Finger, C. (2016).
New Horizontal Inequalities in German Higher Education? Social Selectivity of Studying Abroad between 1991 and 2012. Sociology of Education, 89(2), (79-98).

The Selection of High-Skilled Migrants.

Parey, M., Ruhose, J., Waldinger, F., & Netz, N. (2015).
The Selection of High-Skilled Migrants. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9164. Bonn: IZA.

What deters students from studying abroad? Evidence from four European countries and its implications for higher education policy.

Netz, N. (2015).
What deters students from studying abroad? Evidence from four European countries and its implications for higher education policy. Higher Education Policy, 28(2), 151-174.

Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe: Synopsis of Indicators. EUROSTUDENT V 2012–2015.

Hauschildt, K., Gwosć, C., Netz, N., & Mishra, S. (2015).
Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe: Synopsis of Indicators. EUROSTUDENT V 2012–2015. Bielefeld, Germany: W. Bertelsmann Verlag.

Intelligence Brief: Are Teacher Training Students Internationally Mobile?

Ballowitz, J., Netz, N., & Sanfilippo, D. (2014).
Intelligence Brief: Are Teacher Training Students Internationally Mobile?

A hallgatói mobilitás gátjai. Adatok és felsöoktatás-politikai implikációk négy európai ország vizsgálata alapján.

Netz, N. (2014).
A hallgatói mobilitás gátjai. Adatok és felsöoktatás-politikai implikációk négy európai ország vizsgálata alapján. In Z. Veroszta (Hrsg.), A mozgás tere. A magyar felsöoktatás és a nemzetközi mobilitási folyamatok (S. 103-133). Budapest: Balassi Intézet.

Mobilised by mobility? Determinants of international mobility plans among doctoral candidates in Germany.

Netz, N., & Jaksztat, S. (2014).
Mobilised by mobility? Determinants of international mobility plans among doctoral candidates in Germany. In N. Maadad & M. Tight (Hrsg.), Academic Mobility (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research) (S. 35-59). Bingley: Emerald Press.

Comment to the Article 'Setting Policy Agenda for the Social Dimension of the Bologna Process' by Yasemin Yagci (2014).

Orr, D., Gwosć, C., & Netz, N. (2014).
Comment to the Article 'Setting Policy Agenda for the Social Dimension of the Bologna Process' by Yasemin Yagci (2014). Higher Education Policy, 27(3), 425-427.

Der Zugang zu studienbezogenen Auslandsaufenthalten aus Sicht von Hochschulpolitik und Hochschulforschung: Eine Bestandsaufnahme.

Netz, N. (2014).
Der Zugang zu studienbezogenen Auslandsaufenthalten aus Sicht von Hochschulpolitik und Hochschulforschung: Eine Bestandsaufnahme. In U. Banscherus, M. Bülow-Schramm, K. Himpele, S. Staack & S. Winter (Hrsg.), Übergänge im Spannungsfeld von Expansion und Exklusion. Eine Analyse der Schnittstellen im deutschen Hochschulsystem (S. 81-97). Bielefeld: Bertelsmann.

Review and definition of the term "mobility window".

Ferencz, I., Kupriyanova, V., Netz, N., & Hauschildt, K. (2013).
Review and definition of the term "mobility window". In I. Ferencz, K. Hauschildt & I. Garam (Eds.), ACA papers on international cooperation in education. Mobility windows: From concept to practice (pp. 29–36). Bonn, Germany: Lemmens.

Die wirtschaftliche und soziale Lage der Studierenden in Deutschland 2012.

Middendorff, E., Apolinarski, B., Poskowsky, J., Kandulla, M., & Netz, N. (2013).
Die wirtschaftliche und soziale Lage der Studierenden in Deutschland 2012. 20. Sozialerhebung des Deutschen Studentenwerks durchgeführt durch das HIS-Institut für Hochschulforschung. Bonn, Berlin: BMBF.

Studienbezogene Auslandsmobilität und Berufsverbleib von Hochschulabsolvent(inn)en.

Netz, N. (2012).
Studienbezogene Auslandsmobilität und Berufsverbleib von Hochschulabsolvent(inn)en. In M. Grotheer, S. Isleib, N. Netz & K. Briedis (Hrsg.), HIS:Forum Hochschule 14/2012: Hochqualifiziert und gefragt. Ergebnisse der zweiten HIS-HF Absolventenbefragung des Jahrgangs 2005 (S. 259-313). Hannover: HIS.

Hochqualifiziert und gefragt.

Grotheer, M., Isleib, S., Netz, N., & Briedis, K. (2012).
Hochqualifiziert und gefragt. Ergebnisse der zweiten HIS-HF Absolventenbefragung des Jahrgangs 2005 (HIS:Forum Hochschule 14/2012). Hannover: HIS.
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Does international student mobility increase social inequality? An analysis of heterogeneous income returns during the first ten years after graduation.

Netz, N., & Grüttner, M. (2019, Mai).
Does international student mobility increase social inequality? An analysis of heterogeneous income returns during the first ten years after graduation. Vortrag auf der 1st International DZHW User Conference on Dynamics in the Student and Academic Life Course, Leibnizhaus, Hannover.

Nachwuchsgruppe "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten".

Netz, N., & Cordua, F. (2019, Mai).
Nachwuchsgruppe "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten". Poster auf der DZHW-Hausmesse 2019, ver.di-Höfe, Hannover.

Welcome speech on behalf of the CIDER fellows.

Netz, N. (2019, April).
Welcome speech on behalf of the CIDER fellows. Vortrag auf der CIDER International Conference 2019 "Multiple Facets of Educational Inequality", WZB, Berlin.

Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility (SciMo): Project design and selected results.

Netz, N., Aman, V., & Petzold, K. (2019, März).
Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility (SciMo): Project design and selected results. Vortrag im DZHW-Forschungskolloquium, Berlin.

The strength of strong ties? Knowledge transfer processes in the context of scientists’ international mobility.

Liedtke, M., Aman, V., & Netz, N. (2019, Februar).
The strength of strong ties? Knowledge transfer processes in the context of scientists’ international mobility. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project", DZHW, Hannover.

Explaining scientists’ plans for international mobility from a life course perspective.

Netz, N., & Jaksztat, S. (2019, Februar).
Explaining scientists’ plans for international mobility from a life course perspective. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project", DZHW, Hannover.

How important are international experiences for becoming a tenured professor? Evidence from a factorial survey.

Netz, N., & Petzold, K. (2019, Februar).
How important are international experiences for becoming a tenured professor? Evidence from a factorial survey. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project", DZHW, Hannover.

Research on scientists’ international mobility: SciMo and beyond.

Netz, N., Aman, V., Hampel, S., & Liedtke, M. (2019, Februar).
Research on scientists’ international mobility: SciMo and beyond. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project", DZHW, Hannover.

Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project.

Netz, N., Hampel, S., Liedtke, M., & Aman, V. (2019, Februar).
Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project. Organisation des Workshops "Determinants and career effects of scientists’ international mobility: Final workshop of the SciMo project". DZHW, Hannover.

Heterogeneous effects of studying abroad: A short introduction.

Netz, N. (2018, Oktober).
Heterogeneous effects of studying abroad: A short introduction. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad" des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

Does international student mobility increase social inequality? Evidence from the German labour market.

Netz, N., & Grüttner, M. (2018, Oktober).
Does international student mobility increase social inequality? Evidence from the German labour market. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad" des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad.

Netz, N., & Vögtle, E. (2018, Oktober).
Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad. Organisation des Workshops des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

Implications of the life course approach for studying international student mobility.

Netz, N. (2018, Oktober).
Implications of the life course approach for studying international student mobility. Vortrag auf dem Workshop "International student mobility and migration: Trajectories, transitions, and social transformations" des IMISCOE Research Clusters "International Student Mobility and Migration", DZHW, Hannover.

International student mobility and migration: trajectories, transitions, and social transformations.

Netz, N., Vögtle, E., Riaño, Y., Van Mol, C., & Raghuram, P. (2018, Oktober).
International student mobility and migration: trajectories, transitions, and social transformations. Organisation des Workshops des IMISCOE Research Clusters "International Student Mobility and Migration", DZHW, Hannover.

How important are international experiences for becoming a tenured professor? Evidence from a factorial survey.

Netz, N., & Petzold, K. (2018, Oktober).
How important are international experiences for becoming a tenured professor? Evidence from a factorial survey. Vortrag auf dem 2nd Interdisciplinary Workshop for Junior Educational Researchers hosted by CIDER & LERN, Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, Berlin.
Curriculum Vitae
Employment
since 2015

Senior researcher at DZHW

2008 - 2015

Research associate at DZHW

Education
2018

Dr. phil. in Sociology (summa cum laude), University of Hanover

2007 - 2008

M. Sc. in Public Policy and Human Development, Maastricht University

2004 - 2007

B.A. and Laurea Triennale (modern languages, cultural science, political science, and economics), Universities of Bonn and Florence

Expert reports, peer reviews etc.

  • Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung
  • European Societies
  • Global Networks
  • Globalisation, Societies and Education
  • Higher Education
  • Higher Education Policy
  • International Journal of Manpower
  • Journal of Education and Work
  • Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
  • Journal of Studies in International Education
  • Journal of Teaching in International Business
  • Routledge’s Internationalization in Higher Education Series
  • Sociology of Education
  • Soziale Welt
  • Springer VS
  • Studies in Higher Education