Sascha-Christopher Geschke joined the Socio-Economic Panel in September 2016 working in the field of data generation, at first as a student assistant and since January 2022 as a research assistant. His expertise lies in the generation of month-by-month spell and retrospective biographical data that map the duration of states and the timing of life events. He is primarily concerned with partnership and marriage data in the SOEP Department. His research interests are: economic and ethnic inequalities and its social structure, especially poverty dynamics over time and the life course, the labor market, sociology of migration, the digital transformation, and methods of empirical social research that allow causal interpretations.
Sascha-Christopher Geschke studied Social Sciences (B.A. and M.A.) at the Humboldt University of Berlin from 2014 to 2021, where he worked as a tutor for statistical methods for five years at the Department of Empirical Social Research of Prof. Dr. Johannes Giesecke. He was also the research director of the study: "Ratings als arbeitspolitisches Konfliktfeld: Das Beispiel Zalando" together with Prof. Dr. Philipp Staab on behalf of the Hans-Böckler Foundation. Currently, he is a PhD student at the 'Bamberg Graduate School of Social Science' at the University of Bamberg mainly with Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel and Prof. Dr. Cornelia Kristen, occasionally supported by Prof. Dr. Anette Eva Fasang (HU Berlin).