Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 06/Nov/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
Anmeldung mit kleinem Mittagsimbiss
Location: Room 113
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Begrüßung und Keynote mit anschließender Kaffeepause
Location: Room 104
Chair: Michaela Sixt
 

Statistische Methoden des Datenschutzes für georeferenzierte Daten der empirischen Sozialforschung

Rainer Schnell

Universität Duisburg-Essen, Deutschland

2:00pm
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4:00pm
Session I
Location: Room 104
 

Bildungsentscheidungen aus einer regionalen Perspektive

Katja Schuster

Thünen-Institut für Ländliche Räume



Schul- und Nachbarschaftskontexte und Bildungserfolg: Kausaleffekte der Komposition?

Ulrike Schwabe

Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Deutschland



Bessere Noten durch einen (kürzeren, weil) aktiven Schulweg?

Corinna Krämer

Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsverläufe e.V., Deutschland



Verflechtungen zwischen regionalen sozialen Ungleichheiten und Privatschulträgern?! Eine sozialräumliche Analyse von ostdeutschen Privatschulen mit gymnasialer Oberstufe.

Pia Akkaya

Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences, Germany

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Kaffeepause
Location: Room 113
4:30pm
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6:00pm
Session II
Location: Room 104
 

Wie wirken sich Bildungssystemmerkmale auf die Bildungsungleichheiten aus? Ergebnisse eines systematic reviews.

Laura Zapfe, Christiane Gross

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Deutschland



Aktivität, Altern, Lernen. Ergebnisse einer sozialräumlichen Studie mit älteren BewohnerInnen der Stadt Wien.

Katharina Resch

University of Vienna, Austria



Warum beabsichtigen Frauen häufiger einen Auslandsaufenthalt? Eine Erklärung des Gender Gaps in der studienbezogenen Auslandsmobilität

Fine Cordua, Nicolai Netz

DZHW, Deutschland

Date: Thursday, 07/Nov/2019
9:00am
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10:00am
Registration for the 4th International NEPS Conference
Location: Room 104
10:00am
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10:15am
Welcome and opening of the NEPS Conference
Location: Room 104
10:15am
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11:00am
Plenary Lecture
Location: Room 104
 

Societal change and educational trajectories of women and men born between 1919 and 1986 in (West) Germany

Rolf Becker

University of Bern, Switzerland

11:00am
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11:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Room 113
11:30am
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1:00pm
Session 1: Social and Educational Inequality
Location: Room 104
Chair: Markus Zielonka
 

Ability tracking, cognitive homogenization, achievements and social educational inequality. A comparison of the educational systems of German federal states with data from the “National Educational Panel Study” (NEPS)

Hartmut Esser1, Seuring Julian2

1: University of Mannheim; 2: University of Bamberg



Educational deprivation at the end of secondary school: an analyses of the interplay between social background, track placement, achievement and attainment

Dennis Köthemann

University of Wuppertal



The interplay of primary and secondary effects of gender and social background in the German secondary school system

Gordey Yastrebov

University of Bamberg

Session 2: Field of Study and Study Abroad
Location: Room 220
Chair: Daniel Klein
 

Does studying the preferred field of study improve academic performance?

Francesco Berlingieri1, André Diegmann2, Maresa Sprietsma3

1: Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim; 2: German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden; 3: University of the Federal Employment Agency, Mannheim



Gender differences in academic self-concepts among students in Germany: does the field of study matter?

Isabelle Fiedler, Sandra Buchholz, Hildegard Schaeper

German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Hannover



Studying abroad. Framework conditions for an academic stay abroad in vulnerable student population groups

Katharina Resch1, Lena Nusser2, Susanne Schwab1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg

1:00pm
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1:45pm
Lunch Break
Location: Room 113
1:45pm
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3:15pm
Session 3: Effects on Educational Achievement
Location: Room 104
Chair: Lydia Kleine
 

Aspirations as self-fulfilling prophecies? An investigation of the causal effect of educational expectations on achievement

Stephan Dochow1, Sebastian Neumeyer2

1: University of Bamberg; 2: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg



The impact of family on the educational achievements of students

Cindy Fitzner

Berlin Social Science Center (WZB), Berlin



School performance: does distance to school matter?

Corinna Krämer

Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg

Session 4: Dropout from Higher Education
Location: Room 220
Chair: Saikat Ghosh
 

Social inequalities in dropout from higher education. Combining the student integration model and rational choice theory

Lars Müller, Daniel Klein

INCHER, University of Kassel



Gender-specific dropout from German higher education: which role do significant others play?

Magdalena Pratter, Loreen Beier

University of Bamberg



Partnership and higher education. Do the partner’s educational aspirations influence the student's dropout intention?

Ana Brömmelhaus

Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

3:15pm
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3:45pm
Coffee Break
Location: Room 113
3:45pm
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5:15pm
Session 5: Ethnic Differences in Occupational Aspirations
Location: Room 104
Chair: Daniel Fuß
 

Entering VET with a university entrance qualification? An investigation of influences on upper secondary school leavers’ educational plans

Annalisa Schnitzler

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Bonn



Evolution of vocational aspirations of children of immigrants

Sara Möser

University of Bern, Switzerland



School to work transitions in German-speaking Switzerland: ethnic penalties on the VET-market

Richard Nennstiel

University of Bern, Switzerland

Session 6: Teacher Education
Location: Room 220
Chair: Sebastian Franz
 

Determinants of studying to become a teacher in Germany

Corey Savage1, Adam Ayaita2, Nicolas Hübner1, Martin Biewen1, Ulrich Trautwein1

1: University of Tübingen; 2: RWTH Aachen University



Do pre-service teachers’ interests fit their teaching aspiration?

Bernhard Ertl, Florian G. Hartmann, Divan Mouton

Bundeswehr University Munich



How to develop the professional competence of teachers? Research of the school-oriented model

Svitlana Ivashnova

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine

5:15pm
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6:45pm
Poster Presentation with Small Reception
Location: Room 104
 

How parents study assessments shape students’ dropout tendencies

Tim Baalmann

Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg



Is the effort worth the return? Internal differentiation and its effects on reading competence during secondary education

Karin Gehrer, Nusser Lena

Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg



Predictors of parents’ judgment and its relationship with parental practices

Shally Novita, Tabea Durda

Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg



Validity of proxy-responses by students on parents’ educational status: can students provide accurate proxy-reports?

Till Hovestadt

University of Leipzig



Does an inclusive class setting have effects on the self-esteem of students without special educational needs?

Amelie Labsch1, Monja Schmitt1, Lena Nusser1, Marianne Schüpbach2

1: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg; 2: Freie Universität Berlin



Equality since the beginning: does early childcare amongst under-threes compensate for social inequalities in children’s cognitive and socio-emotional skills?

Gaia Ghirardi1,2

1: University of Bamberg; 2: University of Trento, Italy



A person-centered approach: student profiles that arise from the different combination of cognitive and motivational-affective student characteristics

Christian Kosel1, Ilka Wolter2, Tina Seidel1

1: Technical University of Munich; 2: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg



Socio-emotional skills and employment-related further training

Silke Anger, Martina Baumann, Marie-Christine Laible

Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg

7:15pm Informal Networking Dinner for PhD Students
Location: Café Luitpold
Date: Friday, 08/Nov/2019
9:00am
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9:30am
NEPS Publication and Poster Award
Location: Room 104
9:30am
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10:30am
Keynote Lecture
Location: Room 104
 

Improving disadvantaged schools

Eric A. Hanushek

Hoover Institution, Stanford University, U.S.

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
Location: Room 113
11:00am
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12:30pm
Session 7: Labor Market Characteristics and Social Mobility
Location: Room 104
Chair: Annette Trahms
 

Public sector employment and social mobility in individuals’ life courses – the case of West Germany after 1945

Rolf Becker

University of Bern, Switzerland



Lower pay but higher security? The influence of occupational sex segregation on the risk of becoming unemployed—a look at West Germany over the last three decades

Ann-Christin Bächmann

Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg



The impact of occupational characteristics on status mobility

Stefanie Unger, Basha Vicari

Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg

Session 8: Competence Development in Childhood
Location: Room 220
Chair: Lena Nusser
 

Is early numerical sensitivity in infancy positively associated with later mathematical competence?

Maximilian Seitz

Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Bamberg



Measuring unobserved variables in educational inequality research: mathematics and language 'abilities' in early childhood

Alejandra Rodríguez Sánchez

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin



Poorly performing class = teacher-centered lessons? Are the average level and the heterogeneity of performance in elementary school classes related to the proportion of teacher-centered phases in German and mathematics lessons?

Miriam Hess1, Ann-Katrin Denn2, Frank Lipowsky2

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU); 2: University of Kassel

12:30pm
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1:15pm
Lunch Break
Location: Room 113
1:15pm
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2:45pm
Session 9: Work Skills and Labor Market Outcomes
Location: Room 104
Chair: Basha Vicari
 

Life-course patterns and changes of work skills – a task based approach

Wiebke Schulz

Berlin Social Science Center (WZB), Berlin



The impact of social origin on students’ employment trajectories

Michael Grotheer, Doğuş Güleryüz, Katrin Mergard

German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Hannover



Labour market outcomes of graduates from special needs schools

Silke Anger1,2,3, Malte Sandner1

1: Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg; 2: University of Bamberg; 3: Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), Bonn

Session 10: Elementary School Students
Location: Room 220
Chair: Sina Veronika Fackler
 

Interest level of elementary school students in STEM as a component of educational process

Iryna Khovan

Education Complex "Dominanta" / Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine



How do constructivist beliefs of art teachers and task quality affect the artistic creativity of elementary school children?

Nicole Berner1, Miriam Hess2, Frank Lipowsky3

1: FHNW School of Education, Switzerland; 2: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; 3: University of Kassel



The impact of all-day schools on students' skills – evidence from extending school-days in German primary schools

Arnim Seidlitz1, Larissa Zierow2

1: Humboldt University Berlin; 2: University of Munich / ifo-Institute

2:45pm
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3:15pm
Closing of the NEPS Conference and Farewell Coffee Break
Location: Room 104
3:15pm
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4:30pm
Round Table "Meet the Research Data Center: requests, desires, suggestions"
Location: Room 204
Chair: Daniel Fuß

 
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