Antje Buche

Antje Buche
Studienzentrum der EKD für Genderfragen in Kirche und Theologie

Dr. rer. pol.

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April 2010 - June 2016
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
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  • Research Assistant
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April 2010 - June 2016

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Publications (7)
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There is strong empirical evidence that workforce diversity is beneficial for organizations. The theoretical concept of faultlines stresses, however, that diversity can also have negative consequences. This is the case when the sub-groups differ not just with regard to one characteristic but with regard to several characteristics simultaneously. Th...
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In a recent article in this journal, Stockemer characterizes fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) in comparison with Ordinary Least Squares regression as a ‘poor methodological choice’ because of its ‘suboptimal nature’ for the study of descriptive female representation in national assemblies across the globe. This article seeks to de...
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This paper examines whether a heterogeneous composition of the workforce affects the performance of organizations. Conflict theoretical arguments speak for a negative impact; resource-oriented approaches see a positive effect of diversity. These considerations are examined for cultural and age diversity with data from the JAB (Institute for Employm...
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Zusammenfassung Dieser Beitrag untersucht, ob eine heterogene Zusammensetzung der Belegschaften die Leistungsfähigkeit von Organisationen beeinflusst. Konflikttheoretische Argumentationen sprechen für negative Auswirkungen, ressourcenorientierte Ansätze für positive Effekte von Diversität. Diese Überlegungen werden für kulturelle und altersbezogene...
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Der Beitrag gibt einen Überblick über die Forschungsmethode „Qualitative Comparative Analysis“ (QCA). Sie ermöglicht vergleichende Sozialforschung im Bereich mittlerer Fallzahlen durch Anwendung formal-logischer Minimierung, die auf der Basis boolescher Algebra durchgeführt wird. Dabei lässt sie sich weder der qualitativ-vergleichenden, noch der qu...

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