Patrick Präg
Patrick Präg
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Good job, good life? Working conditions and quality of life in Europe
S Drobnič, B Beham, P Präg
Social Indicators Research 99 (2), 205-225, 2010
2682010
Assisted reproductive technology in Europe. Usage and regulation in the context of cross-border reproductive care
P Präg, M Mills
Childlessness in Europe. Contexts, Causes, and Consequences, 289-309, 2017
168*2017
Who's got the balance? A study of satisfaction with the work–family balance among part-time service sector employees in five western European countries
B Beham, P Präg, S Drobnič
International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (18), 3725-3741, 2012
932012
Subjective socioeconomic status and health in cross-national comparison
P Präg, M Mills, R Wittek
Social Science & Medicine 149, 84-92, 2016
882016
Use of childcare services in the EU member states and progress towards the Barcelona targets
M Mills, P Präg, F Tsang, K Begall, J Derbyshire, L Kohle, C Miani, ...
Gender Equality in the Workforce. Reconciling Work, Private, and Family Life …, 2014
88*2014
Income and income inequality as social determinants of health. Do social comparisons play a role?
P Präg, M Mills, R Wittek
European Sociological Review 30 (2), 218-229, 2014
642014
The work–family interface of service sector workers. A comparison of work resources and professional status across five European countries
B Beham, S Drobnič, P Präg
Applied Psychology 63 (1), 29-61, 2014
552014
Work demands and resources and the work–family interface. Testing a salience model on German service sector employees
B Beham, S Drobnič, P Präg
Journal of Vocational Behavior 78 (1), 110-122, 2011
512011
Social contacts of older people in 27 European countries. The role of welfare spending and economic inequality
L Ellwardt, S Peter, P Präg, N Steverink
European Sociological Review 30 (4), 413-430, 2014
332014
Gender equality in the workforce
M Mills, F Tsang, P Präg, K Ruggeri, C Miani, S Hoorens
Gender Equality in the Workforce. Reconciling Work, Private, and Family Life …, 2014
33*2014
Cultural determinants influence assisted reproduction usage in Europe more than economic and demographic factors
P Präg, M Mills
Human Reproduction 32 (11), 2305-2314, 2017
28*2017
Gender inequalities in the school-to-work transition in Europe
M Mills, P Präg
Gender Equality in the Workforce. Reconciling Work, Private, and Family Life …, 2014
21*2014
Family-related working schedule flexibility across Europe
P Präg, M Mills
Gender Equality in the Workforce. Reconciling Work, Private, and Family Life …, 2014
19*2014
Part-time work and gender inequality in Europe. A comparative analysis of satisfaction with work–life balance
B Beham, S Drobnič, P Präg, A Baierl, J Eckner
European Societies 21 (3), 378-402, 2019
182019
Educational inequalities in self-rated health across US states and European countries
P Präg, SV Subramanian
International Journal of Public Health 62 (6), 709-716, 2017
182017
Intergenerational social mobility and allostatic load in Great Britain
P Präg, L Richards
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 73 (2), 100-105, 2019
172019
The educational gradient in self-rated health in Europe. Does the doctor–patient relationship make a difference?
P Präg, R Wittek, M Mills
Acta Sociologica 60 (4), 325-341, 2017
15*2017
Quality of work and quality of life of service sector workers. Cross-national variations in eight European countries
P Präg, M das Dores Guerreiro, J Nätti, M Brookes, L den Dulk
Quality of Work and Life. Theory, Practice, and Policy, 77-94, 2011
132011
Methodological advances in cross-national research. Multilevel challenges and solutions
M Mills, P Präg
European Sociological Review 32 (1), 1-2, 2016
112016
Work-to-family enrichment and gender inequalities in eight European countries
B Beham, S Drobnič, P Präg, A Baierl, S Lewis
International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (5), 589-610, 2020
9*2020
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