Stephanie Steinmetz
Stephanie Steinmetz
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Lausanne
Verified email at unil.ch
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Finding their way? female employment patterns in West Germany, East Germany, and Poland
A Matysiak, S Steinmetz
European sociological review 24 (3), 331-345, 2008
1182008
Field of study and gender segregation in European labour markets
E Smyth, S Steinmetz
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (4-5), 257-281, 2008
1142008
Should I stay or should I go? The impact of working time and wages on retention in the health workforce
S Steinmetz, DH de Vries, KG Tijdens
Human resources for health 12 (1), 23, 2014
832014
The gender gap in voting revisited - women’s party preferences in a European context?
S Abendschön, S Steinmetz
Social Politics 21 (2), 315-344, 2014
822014
Working Women Worldwide. Age Effects in Female Labor Force Participation in 117 Countries
J Besamusca, K Tijdens, M Keune, S Steinmetz
World Development 74, 123-141, 2015
632015
Non-probability sampling
V Vehovar, V Toepoel, S Steinmetz
Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology, 2016
492016
The Contextual Challenges of Occupational Sex Segregation
S Steinmetz
Springer, 2012
472012
Highly educated but in the wrong field? Educational specialisation and labour market risks of men and women in Spain and Germany
D Reimer, S Steinmetz
European Societies 11 (5), 723-746, 2009
412009
Health workforce remuneration: comparing wage levels, ranking, and dispersion of 16 occupational groups in 20 countries
K Tijdens, DH de Vries, S Steinmetz
Human Resources for Health 11 (1), 11, 2013
352013
Codebook and explanatory note on the WageIndicator dataset: A worldwide, continuous, multilingual web-survey on work and wages with paper supplements
K Tijdens, S van Zijl, M Hughie-Williams, M van Klaveren, S Steinmetz
Amsterdam Institute for Advanced labour Studies, University of Amsterdam, 2010
272010
Gender differentiation in Higher Education: educational specialization and labour market risks in Spain and Germany
D Reimer, S Steinmetz
Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung, 2007
252007
A Spanish Continuous Volunteer Web Survey: Sample Bias, Weighting and Efficiency
P de Pedraza García, K Tijdens, RM de Bustillo Llorente, S Steinmetz
Reis: Revista española de investigaciones sociológicas, 109-130, 2010
24*2010
Measuring Wages Worldwide: Exploring the Potentials and Constraints
S Steinmetz, D Raess, K Tijdens, P de Pedraza
Advancing Research Methods with New Technologies 1995 (1996), 100, 2013
232013
Improving web survey quality - Potentials and constraints of propensity score weighting
S Steinmetz, A Bianchi, S Biffigandi, K Tijdens
Online Panel research: A Data Quality Perspective, 273-298, 2014
21*2014
Can weighting improve the representativeness of volunteer online panels? Insights from the German Wage indicator data
S Steinmetz, K Tijdens
C&M Newsletter 5 (1), 7-11, 2009
162009
Does migration ‘pay off’for foreign-born migrant health workers? An exploratory analysis using the global WageIndicator dataset
DH de Vries, S Steinmetz, KG Tijdens
Human Resources for Health 14 (1), 1, 2016
132016
Is the web a promising tool for data collection in developing countries? An analysis of the sample bias of 10 web and face-to-face surveys from Africa, Asia, and South America
K Tijdens, S Steinmetz
International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-19, 2015
132015
Who Follows Whom?: Female Employment Patterns in West Germany, East Germany and Poland
A Matysiak, S Steinmetz
MZES, 2006
132006
Vocational training and gender segregation across Europe
E Smyth, S Steinmetz
Comparative Social Research 31, 53-81, 2015
112015
Sloppy Data Floods or Precise Social Science Methodologies? Dilemmas in the Transition to Data-Intensive Research in Sociology and Economics
C Levallois, S Steinmetz, P Wouters
112012
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