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The long road to professorship: What promotes and what hinders the careers of international academics at German universities?

Jaudzims, S., & Oberschelp, A. (2023, Oktober).
The long road to professorship: What promotes and what hinders the careers of international academics at German universities? Vortrag auf der Konferenz 5th Forum “Higher Education and the labour market” (HELM), Institute for Employment Research (IAB); German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Nürnberg.
Abstract

Obwohl Deutschland eines der wichtigsten Aufnahmeländer für international mobile Studierende und Wissenschaftler*innen ist, ist nur eine geringe Anzahl internationaler Professor*innen an den Hochschulen tätig. Im Jahr 2020 machten sie nur 7,2 % der Professorenschaft aus. Das Forschungsprojekt InWiDeHo hat untersucht, ob und wenn ja, welche Hindernisse für internationale Wissenschaftler*innen beim Übergang von der Postdoc-Phase auf eine Professur bestehen. Der Fokus lag dabei auf Hochschulen in Deutschland. Der Beitrag stellt zentrale Ergebnisse der qualitativen Studie vor und bewertet sie vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen Diskussion um die (internationale) Mobilität hochqualifizierter Wissenschaftler*innen.

Mapping the mystery: Exploring the landscape of German doctoral contexts.

Oestreich, T. (2023, Oktober).
Mapping the mystery: Exploring the landscape of German doctoral contexts. Vortrag auf der Konferenz 5th Forum „Higher Education and the Labour Market“ (HELM 2023), Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung und Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung, Nürnberg.

Subject -specific higher education wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013.

Ordemann, J., & Trennt, F. (2023, Oktober).
Subject -specific higher education wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013. Vortrag auf der Tagung 5th Forum “Higher Education and the Labour Market“ (HELM), IAB, DZHW, Nürnberg, Deutschland.

Gender differences in doctoral students' mental health.

Rußmann, M., Schwabe, U., & Netz, N. (2023, Oktober).
Gender differences in doctoral students' mental health. Vortrag im Rahmen des 5th Forum "Higher Education and the Labour Market" (HELM), IAB/DZHW, Nürnberg.

Findings and lessons from the project GRant AllocatioN Disparities from a gender perspective (GRANteD).

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., & Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
Findings and lessons from the project GRant AllocatioN Disparities from a gender perspective (GRANteD). Vortrag auf dem Workshop Stakeholder-Commitee on Research Funding, Wien, Österreich.

Where is the gender bias in grant allocation? Empirical findings, conclusions and further lessons.

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., & Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
Where is the gender bias in grant allocation? Empirical findings, conclusions and further lessons. Vortrag im Rahmen des Meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Granted Project., Wien, Österreich.

Ausstattungs-, Kosten- und Leistungsvergleich und Kosten- Leistungsrechnung von Hochschulen.

Jenkner, P. (2023, Oktober).
Ausstattungs-, Kosten- und Leistungsvergleich und Kosten- Leistungsrechnung von Hochschulen. Impulsvortrag im Rahmen der Sitzung der UAG KLR des AK Hochschulfinanzierung der Universitätskanzler*innen, GL Kosten- und Leistungsrechnung, Technische Universität Dresden.

On the performativity of SDG classifications in large bibliometric databases.

Ottaviani, M. (2023, Oktober).
On the performativity of SDG classifications in large bibliometric databases. Poster auf der Konferenz Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Abstract

Large bibliometric databases, such as Web of Science, Scopus and Dimensions, are performative and affect the visibility of scientific outputs and impact measurement. However, these databases do not match the UN's SDGs classifications. This work proposes using large language models (LLM) to learn about data bias injected by diverse SDG classifications. The results show high sensitivity to diverse classifications in model architecture, classified publications, fine-tuning process and natural language generation. The wide arbitrariness raises ethical concerns. Qualitative text analyses can help inform science policy on diverse SDG classifications.

Is staying in academia (too long) a problem?

Briedis, K. (2023, Oktober).
Is staying in academia (too long) a problem? In J. Ordemann & K. Briedis (Vorsitz), Research in Higher Education in Germany: Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms. auf der Konferenz Life courses in times of uncertainty, SLLS, München.

Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms.

Briedis, K., & Ordemann, J. (2023, Oktober).
Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms.Symposium im Rahmen der Tagung Life courses in times of uncertainty, Society of Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), München, Deutschland.
Abstract

Research in higher education is inherently interdisciplinary and longitudinal in its perspective. The educational pathway to study begins in the cradle and continues with the choice of the type of university and the subject of study and then ends in the labor market or in the decision to remain in the academic system, to pursue a doctorate or even a professorship. In our symposium, we bring together interdisciplinary contributions that research a variety of topics in higher education from student aid to returns on subject-specific education, decisions about late career drop out and pathways to professorships. Discussant: Katharina Werner (ifo).

Accumulate or depreciate? Monetary returns to multiple qualifications in the context of the German labour market.

Dahm, G. (2023, Oktober).
Accumulate or depreciate? Monetary returns to multiple qualifications in the context of the German labour market. Vortrag auf der Konferenz SLLS Annual Conference. Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies, Ludwig Maximilian Universität München.

Investigating students‘ academic self-concept and persistence in STEM: How do gender differences relate to female representation?

Fiedler, I. (2023, Oktober).
Investigating students‘ academic self-concept and persistence in STEM: How do gender differences relate to female representation? Vortrag auf der Konferenz SLLS Annual Conference: Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.

High School Grades, Non-Cognitive Capabilities and Social Inequality in Higher Education Enrolment.

Grüttner, M., Peter, F., & Buchholz, S. (2023, Oktober).
High School Grades, Non-Cognitive Capabilities and Social Inequality in Higher Education Enrolment. Vortrag auf der Konferenz 2023 SLLS Annual Conference, Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies, München.

Career paths to professorship in Germany: A classification and description of critical factors.

Kizilirmak, Jasmin M. (2023, Oktober).
Career paths to professorship in Germany: A classification and description of critical factors. In J. Ordemann & K. Briedis (Vorsitz), Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms. auf der Tagung SLLS Annual Conference: Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Munich, Germany.
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  • Subject-specific higher education gender wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013.

    Ordemann, J., & Trennt, F. (2023, Oktober).
    Subject-specific higher education gender wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013. In J. Ordemann & K. Briedis (Vorsitz), Research in higher education in Germany: Longitudinal studies in the perspective of insitutional contexts and reforms. Symposium im Rahmen der Tagung Life courses in times of uncertainty, Society of Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), München, Deutschland.

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