Pia Schober
TitleCited byYear
The parenthood effect on gender inequality: Explaining the change in paid and domestic work when British couples become parents
PS Schober
European Sociological Review 29 (1), 74-85, 2013
1602013
Maternal employment and gender role attitudes: dissonance among British men and women in the transition to parenthood
P Schober, J Scott
Work, employment and society 26 (3), 514-530, 2012
932012
Parental leave and domestic work of mothers and fathers: A longitudinal study of two reforms in West Germany
PS Schober
Journal of Social Policy 43 (2), 351-372, 2014
672014
Paternal child care and relationship quality: A longitudinal analysis of reciprocal associations
PS Schober
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (2), 281-296, 2012
582012
Early childhood education activities and care arrangements of disadvantaged children in Germany
PS Schober, CK Spiess
Child Indicators Research 6 (4), 709-735, 2013
472013
Gender equality and outsourcing of domestic work, childbearing, and relationship stability among British couples
PS Schober
Journal of Family Issues 34 (1), 25-52, 2013
442013
Frühe Förderung und Betreuung von Kindern: Bedeutende Unterschiede bei der Inanspruchnahme besonders in den ersten Lebensjahren
PS Schober, CK Spieß
DIW-Wochenbericht 79 (43), 17-28, 2012
372012
Local day care quality and maternal employment: evidence from East and West Germany
PS Schober, CK Spiess
Journal of Marriage and Family 77 (3), 712-729, 2015
332015
Trends in der Kinderbetreuung: sozioökonomische Unterschiede verstärken sich in Ost und West
PS Schober, JF Stahl
DIW-Wochenbericht 81 (40), 986-994, 2014
272014
Childcare trends in Germany: increasing socio-economic disparities in East and West
PS Schober, JF Stahl
DIW Economic Bulletin 4 (11), 51-58, 2014
252014
Convergence or divergence? Educational discrepancies in work-care arrangements of mothers with young children in Germany
JF Stahl, PS Schober
Work, employment and society 32 (4), 629-649, 2018
242018
Maternal labor market return and domestic work after childbirth in Britain and Germany
PS Schober
Community, Work & Family 16 (3), 307-326, 2013
242013
Parental socio-economic status and childcare quality: Early inequalities in educational opportunity?
JF Stahl, PS Schober, CK Spiess
Early childhood research quarterly 44, 304-317, 2018
222018
Expansion of full-day childcare and subjective well-being of mothers: Interdependencies with culture and resources
PS Schober, JF Stahl
European Sociological Review 32 (5), 593-606, 2016
172016
Are couples with young children more likely to split up when the mother is the main or an equal earner?
S Kanji, P Schober
Sociology 48 (1), 38-58, 2014
152014
Not just any child care center? Social and ethnic disparities in the use of early education institutions with a beneficial learning environment
B Becker, PS Schober
Early Education and Development 28 (8), 1011-1034, 2017
142017
Not Just Any Child Care Center? Social and Ethnic Disparities in the Use of Early Education Institutions with a Beneficial Learning Environment
B Becker, PS Schober
Early Education and Development 28 (8), 1011-1034, 2017
142017
Parental leave policies and child care time in couples after childbirth
PS Schober
SOEPpaper, 2012
142012
Day-care expansion and parental subjective well-being: Evidence from Germany
PS Schober, C Schmitt
SOEPpaper, 2013
122013
Day-care availability, maternal employment and satisfaction of parents: Evidence from cultural and policy variations in Germany
P Schober, C Schmitt
Journal of European Social Policy 27 (5), 433-446, 2017
112017
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