Publications

Books and monographs

Gerhards, Jürgen, Holger Lengfeld, Zsófia S. Ignácz, Florian K. Kley, and Maximilian Priem. 2019. European Solidarity in Times of Crisis: Insights from a Thirteen-Country Survey. Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY: Routledge.

Ignácz, Zsófia S. 2018. Wage Distribution Fairness in Post-Socialist Countries. Situation and Socialization. London: Routledge.

Lohmann, Henning, Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran, Katrin Golsch, and Giesselmann. eds. 2017. Lebensbedingungen in Deutschland in der Längsschnittperspektive [Living conditions in Germany from a longitudinal perspective]. Würzburg: Springer VS.

Dragolov, Georgi, Zsófia S. Ignácz, Jan Lorenz, Jan Delhey, Klaus Boehnke, and Kai Unzicker. 2016. Social Cohesion in the Western World. What Holds Societies Together: Insights from the Social Cohesion Radar. Cham: Springer International Publishing (SpringerBriefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research).

Andress, Hans-Jürgen, Katrin Golsch, and Alexander W. Schmidt. 2013. Applied Panel Data Analysis for Economic and Social Surveys. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Schmidt-Catran, A.W., Fairbrother, M. and Andress, H.-J. 2019: "Multilevel Models for the Analysis of Comparative Survey Data: Common Problems and Some Solutions". Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., Malcom Fairbrother, and Hans-Jürgen Andress. forthcoming. “Mixed Models for the Analysis of Comparative Survey Data: Common Problems and Some Solutions.” Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., and Marco Giesselmann. 2018. “Getting the Within Estimator of Cross-level Interactions in Multilevel Models with Pooled Cross-sections: Why Country Dummies (sometimes) Do Not Do the Job.Sociological Methodology.

Maxreiter, Franz, Heiko Gaßner, Olga Borozdina, Jens Barth, Zacharias Kohl, Johannes C.M. Schlachetzki, Carolin Thun-Hohenstein, Dieter Volc, Björn Eskofier, Jürgen Winkler, and Jochen Klucken. 2018. “Sensor-based gait analysis of individualized improvement during apomorphine titration in Parkinson's disease.” Journal of Neurology 265(11):2656-2665.

Czymara,  Christian S., and Stephan Dochow. 2018. ”Mass Media and Concerns about Immigration in Germany in the 21st Century: Individual-Level Evidence over 15 Years.” European Sociological Review 34(4):381-401.

Ignácz, Zsófia S. 2018. "The Remains of the Socialist Legacy: The Influence of Socialist Socialization on Attitudes toward Income Inequality." Societies 8(3):62. (Open Access)

Delhey, Jan, Klaus Boehnke, Georgi Dragolov, Zsófia S. Ignácz, Mandi Larsen, Jan Lorenz, and Michael Koch. 2018. "Social Cohesion and Its Correlates: A Comparison of Western and Asian Societies." Comparative Sociology. 17(3-4):426–55. (Open Access)

Czymara, Christian, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2018. “Konfundierungen in Vignettenanalysen mit einzelnen d-effizienten Vignettenstichproben [Confounding in vignette analyses with individual d-efficient vignette samples].“ Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 70(1):93-103.

Czymara, Christian, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. “Refugees Unwelcome? Changes in the Public Acceptance of Immigrants and Refugees in Germany during the Course of Europe’s „Immigration Crisis“.” European Sociological Review 33(6):735-751.

Pförtner, Timo, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. “In-work Poverty and Self-rated Health in a Cohort of Working Germans: A Hybrid Approach for Decomposing Within-person and Between-person Estimates of In-work Poverty Status.” American Journal of Epidemiology 185(4):274-282.

Te Grotenhuis, Manfred, Ben Pelzer, Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran, Rense Nieuwenhuis, Ruben König, and Rob Eisinga. 2017. “A Novel Method for Modelling Interaction between Categorical Variables.” International Journal of Public Health 62(3):427-431.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., and Romana Careja. 2017. “Institutions, Culture and Migrants’ Preferences for State-provided Welfare. Longitudinal Evidence from Germany.” Journal of European Social Policy 27(2):197-212.

Te Grotenhuis, Manfred, Ben Pelzer, Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran, Rense Nieuwenhuis, Ruben König, and Rob Eisinga. 2017. “When Size Matters. Advantages of Weighted Effect Coding in Observational Studies.” International Journal of Public Health 62(1):163-167.

Reibling, Nadine, Jason Beckfield, Tim Huijts, Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran, Katie Thomson, and Claus Wendt. 2017. “Depressed during the Depression. Has the Economic Crisis Affected Mental Health Inequalities in Europe?” European Journal of Public Health 27 (Suppl. 1):47-54.

Frentzel, Dominik, Grigorij Judanin, Olga Borozdina, Jochen Klucken, Jurgen Winkler, and Johannes C.M. Schlachetzki. 2017. “Increase of reproductive life span delays age of onset in Parkinson’s disease.” Frontiers in Neurology (online).

Te Grotenhuis, Manfred, Liying Luo, Ben Pelzer, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2016. ”Alternative Estimates and Predictions of Mortality Trends: A Comment on Masters, Hummer, Powers, Beck, Lin and Finch.” Demography 53(4):1245-1252.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., and Dennis C. Spies. 2016. “Immigration and Welfare Support in Germany.” American Sociological Review 81(2):242-261.

Czymara, Christian, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2016. ”Wer ist in Deutschland willkommen? Eine Vignettenanalyse zur Akzeptanz von Einwanderern [Who is welcome in Germany? A vignette analysis on the acceptance of immigrants].” Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 68(2):193-227.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., and Malcom Fairbrother. 2016. “The Random Effects in Multilevel Models: Getting Them Wrong and Getting Them Right.” European Sociological Review 32(1):23-38.

Spies, Dennis, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2016. “Migration, Migrant Integration and Support for Social Spending: The Case of Switzerland.” Journal of European Social Policy 26(1):32-47.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W. 2016. “Economic Inequality and Public Demand for Redistribution. Combining Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Evidence.” Socio-economic Review 14(1):119-140.

Pelzer, Ben, Manfred Te Grotenhuis, Rob Eisinga, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2015. “The Non-uniqueness Property of the Intrinsic Estimator in APC Models.” Demography 52(1):315-327.

Schmidt, Alexander W., and Dennis Spies. 2014. “Do Parties “Playing the Race Card” Undermine Natives’ Support for Redistribution? Evidence from Europe.” Comparative Political Studies 47(4):519-545.

Borozdina, Olga. 2014. “Energiewirtschaft in Russland: Tendenzen und Prognosen bis 2030 [Energy industry in Russia: trends and forecasts until 2030].“ Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Recht, Technik und Umwelt 64(4):113-118.

Schmidt-Catran, Alexander W., and Katharina Hörstermann. 2013. ”Soziale Präsenz in Onlineumfragen [Social presence in online surveys].” Methoden, Daten, Analysen 7 (3):397-432.

Borozdina, Olga. 2011. “Energiewirtschaft in Russland zwischen Krise und Aufschwung [Energy industry in Russia between crisis and recovery].“ Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Recht, Technik und Umwelt 61(1/2):110-115.

Borozdina, Olga. 2010. “Energieversorgung Russlands: Aktuelle Lage und Strategie bis 2030 [Energy Supply of Russia: Current Situation and Strategy until 2030].“ Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, Recht, Technik und Umwelt 60(6):50-56.

Articles in anthologies

Gerhards, Jürgen, Zsófia S. Ignácz, Florian K. Kley, Holger Lengfeld, and Maximilian Priem. 2019. “How Strong Is European Welfare Solidarity? Results from a Comparative Survey Conducted in 13 EU Member States.” 39-62, in Horizontal Europeanisation, edited by M. Heidenreich. Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY: Routledge.

Pförtner, Timo-Kolja, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. „Lebensstandard und Gesundheit. Ein längsschnittlicher Blick in die individuelle Wohlfahrtsproduktion vor dem Hintergrund gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit [Standard of living and health. A longitudinal view of individual welfare production against the background of health inequality].” Pp. 17-32 in Lebensbedingungen in Deutschland in der Längsschnittperspektive, edited by H. Lohmann, M. Giesselmann, K. Golsch, and A.W. Schmidt-Catran. Würzburg: Springer VS.

Careja, Romana, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. „Feeling German: The Impact of Education on Immigrants’ National Identification.” Pp. 149-166  in Lebensbedingungen in Deutschland in der Längsschnittperspektive, edited by H. Lohmann, M. Giesselmann, K. Golsch, and A.W. Schmidt-Catran. Würzburg: Springer VS.

Schaffrin, André, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. „Changing concern about environmental threats and risks.” Pp. 56-88 in Green European. Environmental Behaviour and Attitudes in Europe in a Historical and Cross-Cultural Comparative Perspective, edited by A. Telesiene and M. Gross.  London, New York: Routledge.

Schaffrin, André, and Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran. 2017. „Energieungleichheit international: Welche Rolle spielen nationale Kontextfaktoren? [Energy inequality international: what role do national context factors play?]” Pp. 291-318 in Energie und soziale Ungleichheit. Zur Gesellschaftlichen Dimension der Energiewende in Deutschland und Europa, edited by K. Großmann, A. Schaffrin, and C. Smigiel. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Borozdina, Olga. 2017. ”Capital investment dynamics of the vertically integrated Russian oil corporations between 2005 and 2016.” Pp. 296-298 in Reports of Conference 8th International Academic Conference “Statistical methods for analysis of the economy and society”, edited by W. Mkhitaryan. Moscow: Universitätsverlag National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Borozdina, Olga. 2016. ”Die Dynamik der Energieintensität des Bruttoinlandproduktes für die G20 Gruppe im Laufe der Jahre von 2000 bis 2014 [The dynamics of energy intensity of gross domestic product for the G20 group over the years 2000 to 2014].“ Pp. 348-350 in Reports of Conference 7th International Academic Conference “Statistical methods for analysis of the economy and society”, edited by W. Mkhitaryan. Moscow: Universitätsverlag National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Borozdina, Olga. 2015. ”Classification of the G20 States for Energy Efficiency Indicators through the Application of the Cluster Analysis”. Pp. 12-13 in Reports of Conference 6th International Academic Conference “Statistical methods for analysis of the economy and society”, edited by W. Mkhitaryan. Moscow: Universitätsverlag National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Giese, Roland, and Оlga Borozdina. 2015. “Zittauer Energieseminar Wissensplattform für zukünftige Investitionsprojekte in der Wärmeversorgung [Zittauer Energy Seminar Knowledge platform for future investment projects in heat supply].“ Pp. 188-193 in Verfahren der wissenschaftlich-praktischen Konferenz „Das intellektuelle Potenzial der Bildungsorganisation und die sozial-ökonomische Entwicklung der Region“, edited by Z. Bragina. Jaroslawl: International Academy of Business und neue Technologien.

Borozdina, Olga, Irina Eliseeva, and Hans Rittinghausen. 2013. “Worldwide Development of Efficient Energy Production in the G20 Countries.” Pp. 406-409 in 11th Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing Innovative Solutions, edited by G. Seliger. Berlin: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin.

Borozdina, Olga, Irina Eliseeva, and Hans Rittinghausen. 2012. “Optimization of Energy Production Under the View of Technical, Economic and Environmental Conditions.” Pp. 217-220 in Sustainable Manufacturing. Shaping Global Value Creation, edited by G. Seliger. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Eliseeva, Irina, and Оlga Borozdina. 2011. “Dynamic Typology of Investment Activity of Oil Companies.” Pp. 1-8 in Beiträge zur sektoralen und regionalen Ökonomie, edited by T. Nikitiana and K. Schöler. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam.

Ignácz, Zsófia, and Zita Herman. 2011. "A jövedelmi egyenlőtlenségek mértékének és az elosztási szabályok megítélésnek generációs eltérései. [The extent of inequality and the evaluation of distributive rules in generational perspective.]" Pp. 111–129 in Az igazságosság labirintusaiban. Társadalmi méltányosság és generációs igazságosság a 21. század Magyarországán. [In the Labyrinths of Justice], edited by A. Örkény and M. Székelyi. Budapest: Sík K.

Herman, Zita, and Zsófia Ignácz. 2009. "Knowledge Gain and Attitude Change during a Deliberative Poll. The DP on Unemployment in the Kaposvár Region." Pp. 29–53 in Deliberative Methods in Local Society Research. The Kaposvár Experiences, edited by G. Lengyel. Budapest: Corvinus Univ. of Budapest Centre for Empirical Social Research; Új Mandátum.

Borozdina, Olga. 2010. ”Einschätzung der Investitionspotentiale und Investitionsrisiken der Regionen der Russischen Föderation [Assessment of investment potential and investment risks of the regions of the Russian Federation].“ Pp. 253-268 in Görlitzer Beiträge zu regionalen Transformationsprozessen, Band 5: Wozu Region? Chancen und Probleme im Transformationsprozess strukturschwacher Regionen, edited by E. Binas. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften.

Borozdina, Olga, and Zinaida Bragina.  2008. ”Zusammenarbeit von Partnereinrichtungen in der Wirtschaftswissenschaften Hochschulbildung [Cooperation of partner institutions in economics higher education].“ Pp. 333-343 in Görlitzer Beiträge zu regionalen Transformationsprozessen, Band 3: Hypertransformation, edited by E. Binas. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften.

Ignácz, Zsófia, and Péter Antók. 2007. "Csanytelek –egy dél-alföldi falu lakói a Magyar Agorán. [Csanytelek -Residents of a South Hungarian Village at the Magyar Agora.]" Pp. 231–258 in Deliberatív közvélemény-kutatás a magyarországi romák és nem romák viszonyáról, edited by A. Örkény and M. Székelyi. Budapest: ELTE Társadalomtudományi Kar (TáTK).

Reviews

Ignácz, Zsófia S. 2016. “Review of Gerechtigkeit ist gut, wenn sie mir nützt. Was den Deutschen wichtig ist [Review of Justice is good if it benefits me. What is important to the Germans].” Soziologische Revue 39(3).