Inge Sieben
Inge Sieben
Assistant professor, Department of Sociology, Tilburg University
Zweryfikowany adres z tilburguniversity.edu
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Does training trigger turnover-or not? The impact of formal training on graduates' job search behaviour
I Sieben
Work, Employment and Society 21 (3), 397-416, 2007
Employment status and subjective well-being: the role of the social norm to work
K Stam, I Sieben, E Verbakel, PM de Graaf
Work, employment and society 30 (2), 309-333, 2016
Family background and sibling resemblance in educational attainment. Trends in the former FRG, the former GDR, and the Netherlands
I Sieben, J Huinink, PM De Graaf
European Sociological Review 17 (4), 401-430, 2001
Attitudes towards income inequality:‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of the perceived meritocracy
KLA Roex, T Huijts, I Sieben
Acta sociologica 62 (1), 47-63, 2019
Testing the modernization hypothesis and the socialist ideology hypothesis: a comparative sibling analysis of educational attainment and occupational status
I Sieben, PM De Graaf
The British Journal of Sociology 52 (3), 441-467, 2001
Maten voor prestige, sociaal-economische status en sociale klasse voor de Standaard Beroepen Classificatie 1992
BFM Bakker, I Sieben, P Nieuwbeerta, HBG Ganzeboom
Sociale Wetenschappen 40, 1-22, 1997
Stability or change of public opinion and values during the coronavirus crisis? Exploring Dutch longitudinal panel data
T Reeskens, Q Muis, I Sieben, L Vandecasteele, R Luijkx, L Halman
European Societies 23 (sup1), S153-S171, 2021
The effects of human resource management on small firms’ productivity and employees’ wages
A de Grip*, I Sieben
Applied Economics 37 (9), 1047-1054, 2005
Sibling similarities and social stratification: The impact of family background across countries and cohorts
IJP Sieben
[Sl: sn], 2001
The effectiveness of more advanced human resource systems in small firms
A De Grip, I Sieben
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (9), 1914-1928, 2009
Tolerance towards homosexuality in Europe: Population composition, economic affluence, religiosity, same-sex union legislation and HIV rates as explanations for country differences
S Slenders, I Sieben, E Verbakel
International Sociology 29 (4), 348-367, 2014
The public acceptance of voluntary childlessness in the Netherlands: From 20 to 90 per cent in 30 years
S Noordhuizen, P de Graaf, I Sieben
Social indicators research 99, 163-181, 2010
Logistische regressie analyse: een handleiding
I Sieben, L Linssen
Geraadpleegd via www. ru. nl/publish/pages/525898/logistischeregressie. pdf, 2009
Mapping the context and practice of training, development and HRD in European call centres
TN Garavan, JP Wilson, C Cross, R Carbery, I Sieben, A de Grip, ...
Journal of European Industrial Training 32 (8/9), 612-728, 2008
The total impact of the family on educational attainment: A comparative sibling analysis
IJP Sieben, P de Graaf
European Societies 5 (1), 33-68, 2003
European values in numbers: Trends and traditions at the turn of the century
R Luijkx, L Halman, I Sieben, E Brislinger, M Quandt
European Values in Numbers, 2016
Technology, selection, and training in call centers
I Sieben, A De Grip, J Longen, O Sørensen
ILR Review 62 (4), 553-572, 2009
Training and expectations on job mobility in the call centres sector
I Sieben, A De Grip
Journal of European Industrial Training 28 (2/3/4), 257-271, 2004
About the European Values Study
L Halman, I Sieben, M van Zundert
Atlas of European Values. Trends and Traditions at the turn of the Century …, 2013
Schooling or social origin? The bias in the effect of educational attainment on social orientations
I Sieben, PM De Graaf
European Sociological Review 20 (2), 107-122, 2004
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