Pia Schober
TitleCited byYear
The parenthood effect on gender inequality: Explaining the change in paid and domestic work when British couples become parents
PS Schober
European Sociological Review 29 (1), 74-85, 2011
Maternal employment and gender role attitudes: dissonance among British men and women in the transition to parenthood
P Schober, J Scott
Work, employment and society 26 (3), 514-530, 2012
Parental leave and domestic work of mothers and fathers: A longitudinal study of two reforms in West Germany
PS Schober
Journal of Social Policy 43 (2), 351-372, 2014
Paternal child care and relationship quality: A longitudinal analysis of reciprocal associations
PS Schober
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (2), 281-296, 2012
Early childhood education activities and care arrangements of disadvantaged children in Germany
PS Schober, CK Spiess
Child Indicators Research 6 (4), 709-735, 2013
Gender equality and outsourcing of domestic work, childbearing, and relationship stability among British couples
PS Schober
Journal of Family Issues 34 (1), 25-52, 2013
Frühe Förderung und Betreuung von Kindern: Bedeutende Unterschiede bei der Inanspruchnahme besonders in den ersten Lebensjahren
PS Schober, CK Spieß
DIW-Wochenbericht 79 (43), 17-28, 2012
Local day care quality and maternal employment: evidence from East and West Germany
PS Schober, CK Spiess
Journal of Marriage and Family 77 (3), 712-729, 2015
Trends in der Kinderbetreuung: sozioökonomische Unterschiede verstärken sich in Ost und West
PS Schober, JF Stahl
DIW-Wochenbericht 81 (40), 986-994, 2014
Maternal labor market return and domestic work after childbirth in Britain and Germany
PS Schober
Community, Work & Family 16 (3), 307-326, 2013
Convergence or divergence? Educational discrepancies in work-care arrangements of mothers with young children in Germany
JF Stahl, PS Schober
Work, employment and society 32 (4), 629-649, 2018
Childcare trends in Germany: increasing socio-economic disparities in East and West
PS Schober, JF Stahl
DIW Economic Bulletin 4 (11), 51-58, 2014
Parental socio-economic status and childcare quality: Early inequalities in educational opportunity?
JF Stahl, PS Schober, CK Spiess
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 44, 304-317, 2018
Expansion of full-day childcare and subjective well-being of mothers: interdependencies with culture and resources
PS Schober, JF Stahl
European Sociological Review 32 (5), 593-606, 2016
Parental leave policies and child care time in couples after childbirth
PS Schober
SOEPpaper, 2012
Are couples with young children more likely to split up when the mother is the main or an equal earner?
S Kanji, P Schober
Sociology 48 (1), 38-58, 2014
Not just any child care center? Social and ethnic disparities in the use of early education institutions with a beneficial learning environment
B Becker, PS Schober
Early Education and Development 28 (8), 1011-1034, 2017
Not Just Any Child Care Center? Social and Ethnic Disparities in the Use of Early Education Institutions with a Beneficial Learning Environment
B Becker, PS Schober
Early Education and Development 28 (8), 1011-1034, 2017
Day-care expansion and parental subjective well-being: Evidence from Germany
PS Schober, C Schmitt
SOEPpaper, 2013
Day-care availability, maternal employment and satisfaction of parents: Evidence from cultural and policy variations in Germany
P Schober, C Schmitt
Journal of European Social Policy 27 (5), 433-446, 2017
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