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Susanne Schührer

Susanne Schührer works as a research assistant at the "eduLIFE project" at European University Institute in Florence.

Within the project she analyses gender differences in labor market entry in the US.

Susanne studied Sociology at the University of Mannheim as an undergraduate with emphasis on methods of empirical research, social psychology and sociology of the labor market. Her bachelor thesis investigated the influence standardization and stratification of school systems on the labor market entry. 

From 2008 to 2011 she finished her master’s degree in Sociology and Social Empirical Research at the University of Cologne with focus on methods of empirical research and social psychology. In her master thesis she studied the effect of different forms of partnerships on life satisfaction from a longitudinal perspective.

Her PhD thesis deals with the the influence of noncognitive skills on school and labor market outcomes with regard to parental socio-economic background.  

Research Topics: Noncognitive skills, methods of empirical research, sociology of the labor market, sociology of education, positive psychology.

Detailed CV


Publications:

Chapters in edited books

Vono de Vilhena, D., Kilpi-Jakonen, E., Schührer, S., and Blossfeld, H.P. (2014), "The promise and reality of adult learning in modern societies", in Blossfeld, H.P., Kilpi-Jakonen, E., Vono de Vilhena, D., and Buchholz, S. (eds.), Adult Learning in Modern Societies, Edward Elgar

Blossfeld, H.P., Vono, D., Kilpi-Jakonen, E. and Schührer, S. (2014).  “Conclusions” , in Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, Daniela Vono and Sandra Buchholz (eds), Adult Learning in Modern Societies, Edward Elgar

Schührer, S., Felix Weiss and David Bills (2015, in press), "Gender Differences in Labor Market Entry and Their Long-Term Consequences in the United States", in Blossfeld, H.P., Skopek, J., Triventi, M., and  Buchholz, S. (eds), Gender, education and employment: an international comparison of school-to-work transitions, Edward Elgar

Schührer, S., Carbonaro, W., and Grodsky, E, (fourthcoming in 2016). "Reproduction in Educational Attainment through Curricular Differentiation in Secondary School – A Case Study of the USA", in Blossfeld, H.-P., Skopek, J.,Triventi, M., and Buchholz, S.(eds), Models of Secondary education and Social Inequality, Edward Elgar

 

Presentations

Schührer, S.,, Socioeconomic background, parental care and infant's development in Germany, eduLIFE workshop, 21-22 May 2015, Florence, Italy

Bills, D., Marteleto, L., Schührer, S. and Weiss, F., Gender, Regional Socioeconomic Development, and the School to Work Transition of Young Brazilians, ILO Work4Youth Research Symposium, 3.-4. March 2015, Geneva, Switzerland

Schührer, S., Carbonaro, W. and Grodsky, E., Does a Comprehensive Educational System Lead to Low Inequality of Educational Opportunities?, eduLIFE Workshop, 29. November 2014, Florence, Italy

Schührer, S., Parental Transmission of Noncognitive Skills and Educational Outcomes, 11th International GSOEP User Conference, 1. July 2014, Berlin, Germany

Schührer, S., Parental influence on non-cognitive skills and stratification outcomes, presented at the ECSR Conference, 14-16 October 2013, Tilburg, Netherlands

Schührer, S., Weiss, F., and Kühhirt, M., Gender Specific School-to-Work Transitions in the US and the consequences for long term gender inequality, TIY Workshop, 11.-14. September 2013, Berlin, Germany

Schührer, S., The role of non cognitive skills on stratification outcomes" Presentation at the Atiner Conference, 6-9 May 2013, Athens, Greece

Schührer, S., Weiss, F. , Bills, D., The case study of the USA. Education and its consequences for gender differences in early labor market career. General overview and first findings , eduLIFE Workshop, 30-31 May 2013, Florence, Italy

Schührer, S., Weiss, F., Kühhirt, M., "Gender Specific School-to-Work Transitions in the US and the consequences for long term gender inequality", TIY Workshop, 11-14 September 2013, Berlin, Germany

Schührer, S., "Parental influence on non cognitive skills and stratification outcomes"  ECSR Conference, 14-16 October 2013, Tilburg, Netherlands

Schührer, S., Carbonaro, W., Grodsky, E., "Does Low Stratification Lead to Low Inequality of Educational Opportunities? The US Case Study“ eduLIFE Workshop, 22-23 May 2014, Florence, Italy

Schührer, S., "Parental Transmission of Noncognitive Skills and Educational Outcomes“ 11th International GSOEP User Conference, 30 June – 01 July 2014, Berlin, Germany

 

 

 

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