Tamara Gutfleisch

Tamara Gutfleisch
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research, University of Mannheim | MZES

PhD

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Introduction
My research interests include work and employment, educational inequality, economic inequality, gender and ethnic stratification, integration, and youth transitions.

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Publications (8)
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Analyses of material deprivation usually use lists of goods and activities to assess an individual’s possessions and to compare it with the society’s standard of living. If the number of possessions falls below a certain threshold, the individual is assumed to be materially deprived. Also state-guaranteed minimum income payments are often based on...
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Factorial survey experiments have been widely used to study recruiters’ hiring intentions. Respondents are asked to evaluate hypothetical applicant descriptions, which are experimentally manipulated, for hypothetical job descriptions. However, this methodology has been criticized for putting respondents in hypothetical situations that often only pa...
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A bulk of experimental research has pointed to ethnic hiring discrimination as a key driver of social inequalities in multi-ethnic labour markets. However, the role of recruiter nationality as possible moderators of ethnic hiring discrimination has been widely neglected. Against this background, this study examines the role of recruiter nationality...
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An ongoing discussion in the field of usable privacy and security debates whether security mechanisms should be visible to end-users during interactions with technology, or hidden away. This paper addresses this question using a mixed-methods approach, focusing on encryption as a mechanism for confidentiality during data transmission on a smartphon...
Technical Report
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In this report, we present a selection of preliminary descriptive results from the EDYPOLU research project funded by the University of Luxembourg (2017-2021). The research project examines the labour market for young people in Luxembourg with an interest in operational staffing needs, general human resource requirements and selection processes of...
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Dans ce rapport, nous présentons une sélection des résultats descriptifs préliminaires du projet de recherche EDYPOLU financé par l’Université du Luxembourg (2017-2021). Le projet de recherche examine le marché du travail pour les jeunes personnes au Luxembourg, avec une focalisation sur les besoins en personnel opérationnel, les exigences générale...
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Im vorliegenden Bericht präsentieren wir eine Auswahl erster deskriptiver Ergebnisse aus dem Forschungsprojekt EDYPOLU, das von der Universität Luxemburg finanziert wird (2017-2021). Das Forschungsprojekt untersucht den Arbeitsmarkt für junge Leute in Luxemburg und interessiert sich dabei für den betrieblichen Personalbedarf sowie allgemeine Person...

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The main objective of the project is to provide evidence on recruiters' hiring intentions towards young jobseekers in Luxembourg by means of a recruiter survey and factorial survey experiment with real recruiters.