Anette Eva Fasang
Anette Eva Fasang
Professor of Sociology, Humboldt-University Berlin & WZB Berlin Social Science Center
Verified email at hu-berlin.de
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
New life for old ideas: The" second wave" of sequence analysis bringing the" course" back into the life course
S Aisenbrey, AE Fasang
Sociological methods & research 38 (3), 420-462, 2010
5762010
Mobility in Europe
T Vandenbrande, L Coppin, P Hallen, P Ester, DJAG Fouarge, A Fasang, ...
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006
137*2006
Do economic globalization and industry growth destabilize careers? An analysis of career complexity and career patterns over time
T Biemann, AE Fasang, D Grunow
Organization Studies 32 (12), 1639-1663, 2011
1032011
The interplay of work and family trajectories over the life course: Germany and the United States in comparison
S Aisenbrey, A Fasang
American Journal of Sociology 122 (5), 1448-1484, 2017
922017
Beyond transmission: Intergenerational patterns of family formation among middle-class American families
AE Fasang, M Raab
Demography 51 (5), 1703-1728, 2014
782014
Retirement patterns and income inequality
AE Fasang
Social Forces 90 (3), 685-711, 2012
782012
Visualizing sequences in the social sciences: Relative frequency sequence plots
AE Fasang, TF Liao
Sociological Methods & Research 43 (4), 643-676, 2014
732014
Gendered work–family life courses and financial well-being in retirement
I Madero-Cabib, AE Fasang
Advances in Life Course Research 27, 43-60, 2016
672016
Retirement: Institutional pathways and individual trajectories in Britain and Germany
AE Fasang
Sociological research online 15 (2), 1-16, 2010
582010
From never partnered to serial cohabitors: Union trajectories to childlessness
M Jalovaara, AE Fasang
Demographic Research 36, 1703-1720, 2017
572017
Women’s retirement income in Germany and Britain
AE Fasang, S Aisenbrey, K Schömann
European sociological review 29 (5), 968-980, 2013
572013
Are there gender differences in family trajectories by education in Finland?
M Jalovaara, AE Fasang
Demographic research 33, 1241-1256, 2015
392015
Gender, education, and family life courses in East and West Germany: Insights from new sequence analysis techniques
E Struffolino, M Studer, AE Fasang
Advances in Life Course Research 29, 66-79, 2016
382016
Sibling similarity in family formation
M Raab, AE Fasang, A Karhula, J Erola
Demography 51 (6), 2127-2154, 2014
362014
Complexity in employment life courses in Europe in the twentieth century—Large cross-national differences but little change across birth cohorts
Z Van Winkle, A Fasang
Social Forces 96 (1), 1-30, 2017
322017
Beyond optimal matching: The ‘second wave’of sequence analysis
S Aisenbrey, AE Fasang
New Haven: Center for Research on Inequalities and the Life Course, Yale …, 2007
322007
Social closure and educational attainment
AE Fasang, W Mangino, H Brückner
Sociological Forum 29 (1), 137-164, 2014
292014
Which type of job mobility makes people happy? A comparative analysis of European welfare regimes
AE Fasang, S Geerdes, K Schömann
International Sociology 27 (3), 349-383, 2012
282012
Estimating the relationship between time-varying covariates and trajectories: The sequence analysis multistate model procedure
M Studer, E Struffolino, AE Fasang
Sociological Methodology 48 (1), 103-135, 2018
262018
New perspectives on family formation: What can we learn from sequence analysis?
AE Fasang
Advances in sequence analysis: Theory, method, applications, 107-128, 2014
242014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20