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ASA IPM Newsletter February 2021 with a Symposium about " The relevance of COVID-19, Black Lives Matter and the U.S. election for future IPM research: How will these issues change the future of inequality, poverty and mobility research? " .

Ordemann, J. (Hrsg.). (2021).
ASA IPM Newsletter February 2021 with a Symposium about "The relevance of COVID-19, Black Lives Matter and the U.S. election for future IPM research: How will these issues change the future of inequality, poverty and mobility research?". 7 (1). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

DZHW-Absolventenpanel 2013.

Hoffstätter, U., & Vietgen, S. (2021).
DZHW-Absolventenpanel 2013. Daten- und Methodenbericht zur Absolvent(inn)enkohorte 2013 (1. Befragungswelle). Hannover: fdz.DZHW.
Abstract

The DZHW Graduate Panel 2013 is part of the DZHW Graduate Study Series, which uses standardised surveys to gather information on the studies, career entry, career development and further qualification of university graduates. The first Graduate Panel was conducted in 1989, since then every fourth graduate cohort has been surveyed. For each cohort of graduates, several waves of interviews are conducted, each wave taking place at different intervals from the time of graduation. The 2013 Graduate Panel is the seventh cohort of graduates in the study series. Even more than the graduate cohorts of 2005 and 2009, [...] Full abstract: https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:gra2013:2.0.0

Forschung zum wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs in Deutschland. Ein Überblick.

Schwabe, U., & Jungbauer-Gans, M. (2021).
Forschung zum wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs in Deutschland. Ein Überblick. Personal in Hochschule und Wissenschaft entwickeln. Rubrik 'Forschung nutzen' 2021 (01). Berlin: DUZ Verlag.

Manual & Documentation of Doctoral Degree and Career Dataset (DDC) – first version.

Tesch, J., Iversen, E., Skålholt, A., Franssen, T., van Honk, J., ... & Wagner-Schuster, D. (2021).
Manual & Documentation of Doctoral Degree and Career Dataset (DDC) – first version. Hannover: Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4446431

EUROGRADUATE Pilot Survey 2018.

Mühleck, K., Meng, C., Unger, M., & Hoffstätter, U. (2021).
EUROGRADUATE Pilot Survey 2018. Data and Methods Report on the EUROGRADUATE Pilot Survey conducted in 2018/2019. Hannover: FDZ-DZHW.
Abstract

The EUROGRADUATE survey is a one-off pilot survey of higher education graduates of the cohorts 2016/17 and 2012/13 in eight European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Croatia, Lithuania, Malta, and Norway). The pilot project aims at laying the foundation for a Europe-wide graduate survey. The survey provides insights into the experiences of European graduates during their studies and the impact on their professional lives and their lives as European citizens. Graduates were surveyed one year (t +1, cohort 2016/17) or five years (t +5, cohort 2012/13) after graduation. The main topics of the EUROGRADUATE pilot survey are: [...] Full abstract: https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:egr2018:2.0.0

Wissenschaft weltoffen 2020.

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, & Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (Hrsg.) (2021).
Wissenschaft weltoffen 2020. Facts and Figures on the International Nature of Studies and Research in Germany and Worldwide. Bielefeld: wbv Media. https://doi.org/10.3278/7004002sew

Absolventenpanel 1993.

Birkelbach, R., & Schmidtchen, H. (2020).
Absolventenpanel 1993. Daten-und Methodenbericht zu den Erhebungen der Absolvent*innenkohorte 1993 (1. und 2. Befragungswelle). Hannover: DZHW.
Abstract

The DZHW Graduate Panel 1993 is part of the DZHW Graduate Survey Series, which compiles information on study, career entry, career development and further qualifications of higher education graduates using standardised surveys. The first Graduate Panel was created in 1989. Since then, every fourth graduate year (cohort) has been surveyed. For each graduate cohort, a series of survey waves are carried out, with each wave occurring at differing time intervals following the completion of degree. The DZHW Graduate Panel 1993 comprises the second graduate cohort of the survey series. The surveys conducted as part of the 1993 graduate panel were intended to [...] Full abstract: https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:gra1993:1.0.0

DZHW-Absolventenpanel 1989. Daten- und Methodenbericht zu den Erhebungen der Absolvent*innenkohorte 1989 (1. und 2. Befragungswelle).

Niebuhr, J., & Weber, A. (2020).
DZHW-Absolventenpanel 1989. Daten- und Methodenbericht zu den Erhebungen der Absolvent*innenkohorte 1989 (1. und 2. Befragungswelle). Hannover: DZHW.
Abstract

The DZHW Graduate Panel 1989 (initially HIS Graduate Panel) is part of the DZHW Graduate Survey Series, which compiles information on study, career entry, career development and further qualifications of higher education graduates using standardised surveys. The Graduate Panel 1989 ist the first one of the Survey Series. Since then, every fourth graduate year (cohort) has been surveyed. For each graduate cohort, a series of survey waves are carried out, with each wave occurring at differing time intervals following the completion of degree. https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:gra1989:2.0.0

Identifying gender bias and its causes and effects.

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., Cruz-Castro, L., Sanz-Menéndez, L., Möller, T., ... & Husu, L. (2020).
Identifying gender bias and its causes and effects. Amsterdam: TMC.
Abstract

Grant selection and decision-making generally take place in panels. Therefore, the main focus of the project is to measure the level of gender bias at the panel level, and to explain the differences in gender bias using characteristics of the panels and of the (organizational) context of the panels. A second source of gender bias addressed in the project is the application process. The project also investigates the factors influencing the decision to apply for research grants, and the possible gender differences emerging from that. Finally, the question is addressed whether possible bias in grant allocation translates into gender bias in the subsequent academic career.

Evaluation des Bund-Länder-Wettbewerbs „Aufstieg durch Bildung: offene Hochschulen“. Abschlussbericht der Programmevaluation.

Freitag, W. K., Brünjes, J., Völk, D., Be¨irović, A., Danzeglocke, E.-M., ... & Sterzik, L. (2020).
Evaluation des Bund-Länder-Wettbewerbs „Aufstieg durch Bildung: offene Hochschulen“. Abschlussbericht der Programmevaluation. Hannover: DZHW.

Barometer für die Wissenschaft. Ergebnisse der Wissenschaftsbefragung 2019/20.

Ambrasat, J., & Heger, C. (Hrsg.). (2020).
Barometer für die Wissenschaft. Ergebnisse der Wissenschaftsbefragung 2019/20. Berlin: DZHW.

17. Sozialerhebung. Daten- und Methodenbericht zur Studierendenbefragung 2003.

Middendorff, E., & Hoffstätter, U. (2020).
17. Sozialerhebung. Daten- und Methodenbericht zur Studierendenbefragung 2003. Hannover: DZHW.
Abstract

The 17th Social Survey is part of the series of studies on the economic and social condition of student life in Germany, which exists since 1951. It is a cross-sectional survey that is usually conducted every three years. The core of the Social Survey includes questions on access to higher education, structural characteristics of studies and the course of studies, the social and economic situation (financing of studies, cost of living, gainful employment, housing situation), topics relating to the fields of activity of the Studentenwerke as well as socio-demographic characteristics. https://doi.org/10.21249/DZHW:ssy17:2.0.0

Comparison of Web of Science, Scopus and Dimensions databases.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2020).
Comparison of Web of Science, Scopus and Dimensions databases. Report to Kompetenzzentrum Bibliometrie. Hannover: DZHW.

Erfolgreich mit- und voneinander lernen im Benchmarking-Club Musikhochschulen.

Dölle, F., Völz, H.-J., & Müller, J. (2020).
Erfolgreich mit- und voneinander lernen im Benchmarking-Club Musikhochschulen. Magazin für Hochschulentwicklung 2|2020: Benchmarking; HIS-HE; Hannover; S. 18-19.

The social dimension of student life in the European Higher Education Area in 2019. Selected indicators from EUROSTUDENT VII.

Hauschildt, K., Gwosć, C., Schirmer, H., & Cras, F. (2020).
The social dimension of student life in the European Higher Education Area in 2019. Selected indicators from EUROSTUDENT VII. Hanover, Germany: DZHW.
Abstract

This publication presents indicators on the social dimension of higher education in the European Higher Education Area in four key areas: Demographics and social background of students, transition and access into higher education, students’ employment, and the financial situation of students. To what extent can students of different backgrounds be found within the higher education systems? How open and flexible are European higher education systems in providing access to students entering higher education at different points in their lives, and with different past experiences? What are the circumstances under which students pursue their studies and how do they make a living?

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