A multichannel typology of non-standard employment careers

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Abstract

Non-standard, flexible, employment is often considered to be either a stepping-stone to good employment, or a trap into repeated spells of non-standard employment and unemployment. Using a novel approach called multichannel sequence analysis, we show that the effects of non-standard employment on workers’ careers are more diverse than just this basic dichotomy and that the normal definitions of “good” and “bad” outcomes should be reconsidered.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2017
EventSpring Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28) - University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany
Duration: 30 Mar 20171 Apr 2018
http://www.rc28.uni-koeln.de/

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ConferenceSpring Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28)
CountryGermany
CityCologne
Period30/03/171/04/18
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Pavlopoulos, D. (2017). A multichannel typology of non-standard employment careers. Poster session presented at Spring Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28), Cologne, Germany.
Pavlopoulos, D. / A multichannel typology of non-standard employment careers. Poster session presented at Spring Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28), Cologne, Germany.
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