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Philipp M. Lersch
Philipp M. Lersch
Inne imiona/nazwiskaPhilipp Lersch, Philipp Martin Lersch
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Employment insecurity and first-time homeownership: Evidence from twenty-two European countries
PM Lersch, C Dewilde
Environment and Planning A 47 (3), 607-624, 2015
109*2015
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
1022022
Intergenerational transmission of homeownership in Europe: Revisiting the socialisation hypothesis
PM Lersch, R Luijkx
Social science research 49, 327-342, 2015
882015
The distribution of housing wealth in 16 European countries: Accounting for institutional differences
B Wind, P Lersch, C Dewilde
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 32, 625-647, 2017
812017
The marriage wealth premium revisited: Gender disparities and within-individual changes in personal wealth in Germany
PM Lersch
Demography 54 (3), 961-983, 2017
682017
Falling out of love and down the housing ladder: A longitudinal analysis of marital separation and home ownership
PM Lersch, S Vidal
European sociological review 30 (4), 512-524, 2014
622014
Place Stratification or Spatial Assimilation? Neighbourhood Quality Changes after Residential Mobility for Migrants in Germany
PM Lersch
Urban Studies 50 (5), 1011–1029, 2013
622013
Family formation, parental background and young adults’ first entry into homeownership in Britain and Germany
S Bayrakdar, R Coulter, P Lersch, S Vidal
Housing Studies 34 (6), 974-996, 2019
552019
Family migration and subsequent employment: The effect of gender ideology
PM Lersch
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (1), 230-245, 2016
452016
Birth cohort, ageing and gender ideology: Lessons from British panel data
F Perales, PM Lersch, J Baxter
Social Science Research 79, 85-100, 2019
43*2019
Homeownership, saving and financial wealth: A comparative and longitudinal analysis
PM Lersch, C Dewilde
Housing Studies 33 (8), 1175-1206, 2018
422018
Individual wealth and subjective financial well‐being in marriage: Resource integration or separation?
PM Lersch
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (5), 1211-1223, 2017
412017
Residential relocations and their consequences: Life course effects in England and Germany
PM Lersch
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
412013
Parenthood, gender, and personal wealth
PM Lersch, M Jacob, K Hank
European Sociological Review 33 (3), 410-422, 2017
392017
Family migration in a cross-national perspective: The importance of within-couple employment arrangements in Australia, Britain, Germany, and Sweden
S Vidal, F Perales, PM Lersch, M Brandén
Demographic Research 36, 307-338, 2017
38*2017
Cohort changes in the level and dispersion of gender ideology after German reunification: Results from a natural experiment
C Ebner, M Kühhirt, P Lersch
European Sociological Review 36 (5), 814-828, 2020
362020
The accumulation of wealth in marriage: Over-time change and within-couple inequalities
N Kapelle, PM Lersch
European Sociological Review 36 (4), 580-593, 2020
332020
Gender and changes in household wealth after the dissolution of marriage and cohabitation in Germany
D Boertien, PM Lersch
Journal of Marriage and Family 83 (1), 228-242, 2021
282021
My house or our home? Transitions into sole homeownership in British couples.
PM Lersch, S Vidal
Demographic Research 35 (6), 139−166, 2016
252016
The variability of occupational attainment: How prestige trajectories diversified within birth cohorts over the twentieth century
PM Lersch, W Schulz, G Leckie
American Sociological Review 85 (6), 1084-1116, 2020
242020
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