Juniorprof. Dr. Marco Giesselmann

Juniorprof. Dr. Marco Giesselmann
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Sozio- oekonomisches Panel
  • SOEPcampus
  • Arbeitsmarktsoziologie
  • Methoden der längsschnittlichen Datenanalyse

    Vorträge am DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag 46th GESIS Spring Seminar: Causal Inference with Observational Data
    Köln, 06.03.2017 - 10.03.2017

    Week 1: Causal Analysis with Panel Data : Potentials and Limitations
    Marco Giesselmann, DIW Berlin, Michael Windzio, Bremen University

  • Vortrag SOEPcampus@DIW Berlin 2017 : Workshop zur Einführung in die Nutzung von SOEP-Daten
    Berlin, 27.02.2017 - 28.02.2017

    Introduction to the Socio-Economic Panel Study
    Marco Giesselmann

  • Vortrag Kolloquium des Seminars für Soziologie der Universität Tübingen
    Tübingen, 10.01.2017

    Working-Time of Difference of Parents around first Childbirth
    Marco Giesselmann

  • Vortrag SOEPcampus@Uni Bielefeld: Introduction to the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP)
    Bielefeld, 12.10.2016

    Data Management & Basic Longitudinal Designs
    Marco Giesselmann

  • Vortrag Education and the Life Course: Determinants and Consequences of Unequal Educational Opportunities : 2016 Conference of the Society for Longittudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS)
    Bamberg, 05.10.2016 - 08.10.2016

    Motherhood and Mental Well-Being : Linking the Life-Course Approach with Gender Perspectives
    Marco Giesselmann, Marina Hagen, Reinhard Schunck

  • Lebenslauf - Kurzfassung

    Marco Giesselmann is Research Assistant in the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) Research Infrastructure at the DIW Berlin. His research is devoted primarily to the impact of labour market reform in Germany on individual living conditions. Besides labour market sociology, he deals with processes of intergenerational mobility and social science research methods.

    He is member of a team that manages the biographical data in the SOEP. He is also responsible for SOEPcampus projects and has teaching assignments at Bielefeld University and University of Mannheim. He was affiliated with the Chair for Empirical Social and Economic Research at the University of Cologne up to May 2011.