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1997 Industrielle und berufliche Mobilität: Eine Untersuchung auf Basis der IAB-BeschäftigtenstichprobeMertens, Antje
1999 Estimating wage losses of displaced workers in GermanyBurda, Michael C.; Mertens, Antje
1999 Job stability trends and labor market (re-)entry in West Germany 1984 - 1997Mertens, Antje
2000 Overeducation, Undereducation, and the Theory of Career MobilityBüchel, Felix; Mertens, Antje
2000 Job stability trends, layoffs and quits: An empirical analysis for West GermanyBergemann, Annette; Mertens, Antje
2001 Overeducation, undereducation, and the theory of career mobilityBüchel, Felix; Mertens, Antje
2002 Fixed-term contracts in East and West Germany: Low wages, poor prospects?McGinnity, Frances; Mertens, Antje
2002 Training systems and labor mobility: A comparison between Germany and SwedenKorpi, Tomas; Mertens, Antje
2003 Is mothers' employment an effective means to fight family poverty? Empirical evidence from seven European countriesBüchel, Felix; Mertens, Antje; Orsini, Kristian
2004 Job Stability Trends, Layoffs, and Transitions to Unemployment : An Empirical Analysis for West GermanyBergemann, Annette; Mertens, Antje
2005 Regional Unemployment and Job Switches in Germany – An Analysis at District LevelMertens, Antje; Haas, Anette
2006 Are fixed-term jobs bad for your health? A comparison of West-Germany and SpainGash, Vanessa; Mertens, Antje; Romeu Gordo, Laura
2006 Are fixed-term jobs bad for your health? A comparison between Western Germany and SpainGash, Vanessa; Mertens, Antje; Romeu Gordo, Laura
2010 Women between Part-Time and Full-Time Work: The Influence of Changing Hours of Work on Happiness and Life-SatisfactionGash, Vanessa; Mertens, Antje; Gordo, Laura Romeu
2013 Self-reported satisfaction and the economic crisis of 2007-10: Or how people in the UK and Germany perceive a severe cyclical downturnMertens, Antje; Beblo, Miriam
2016 A stalled revolution? What can we learn from women’s drop-out to part-time jobs: A comparative analysis of Germany and the UKDieckhoff, Martina; Gash, Vanessa; Mertens, Antje; Romeu Gordo, Laura