Team Nadia Steiber

Specialization

  • Social stratification and social inequality
  • Education and social mobility
  • Employment
  • Family
  • Ageing
  • Well-being/health
  • Quantitative methods

Current Research Projects

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HypoFam: The Rise of Hypogamy and its Consequences for Family Life
AKCOVID: The COVID-19 health and labour market crisis and its impact on the population
Pathways to the future - A longitudinal study on the social integration of young people in Vienna

Team

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nadia Steiber

Team Leader
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.205
T: +43-1-4277-49290
nadia.steiber@univie.ac.at

Nadia is professor of Social Stratification and Quantitative Methods at the Department (since 2020) and Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS). She is affiliated with the Wittgenstein Centre (for details, see CV). Her main areas of research are at the intersection of employment and family research and encompass research on the health implications of life course events.
Current projects: HypoFam and AKCOVID.


Mag. Lara Lebedinski, MSc PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.302
T: +43-1-4277-49298
lara.lebedinski@univie.ac.at

Lara is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department since 2022 and works in the HypoFam project. She holds a PhD in Economics from Bocconi University, Italy (2012). From 2012 to 2014 she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium and from 2017 to 2022 at the Institute of Economic Sciences, Serbia. Her research covers topics related to human capital, labour economics and family economics.


Bernd Liedl, BA BA

Administration
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.312
T: +43-1-4277-48242
bernd.liedl@univie.ac.at

Bernd is an administrative assistant at the Department and data manager at the Data Centre. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Sociology (2014) and Philosophy (2013) and is currently working on his master thesis on life styles in Vienna. His research focuses on poverty, inequality on the labour market and migration.


Philipp Molitor, BA

Student Assistant
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.304
T: +43-1-4277-49291
philipp.molitor@univie.ac.at

Philipp is a student assistant at the Department since 2019. He is currently finishing his master’s degree in Sociology at the University of Vienna focusing on the intersection of environmental hazards and the spatial dimension of social inequality. Since 2020 he holds the position of General Secretary of the Austrian Sociological Association (ÖGS). Until 2022 he worked as a researcher at the Austrian Pension Insurance Authority (PVA).


Mag. Dr. Monika Mühlböck, BSc

Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.304
T: +43-1-4277-49295
mo.muehlboeck@univie.ac.at

Monika is an assistant professor (non-tenure track) at the Department since March 2021 and Senior Researcher at the IHS. Before joining the Department, she worked at the University of Mannheim (2020-2021). She holds a PhD in Political Science (2012) and a BSc in Mathematics (2013). She has been Visiting Professor at Central European University (CEU), Fellow at the University of Colorado, and Visiting Researcher at the University of Turku. Her research covers public policy, labor market, European integration, political representation, and quantitative methods.


Christina Siegert, BA BA MA

Doctoral Candidate and Researcher
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.302
T: +43-1-4277-49292
christina.siegert@univie.ac.at

Christina is a doctoral candidate and researcher at the Department. She obtained her MA in Sociology at the University of Vienna (2020) and previously held positions at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (2019) and Statistics Austria (2018). Her research interests lie at the intersection of poverty, employment and family research, with a strong focus on gender inequality.


Alessandra Trimarchi, PhD

Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.302
T: +43-1-4277-49293
alessandra.trimarchi@univie.ac.at

Alessandra is an assistant professor (non-tenure track) at the Department since 2021. In 2016, she obtained a PhD in Demography jointly granted by Sapienza University of Rome and the Catholic University of Leuven. She has been working extensively on the association between partners’ socio-economic resources and reproductive behaviour across European contexts. In her most recent work, she focuses on the links between demographic behaviour and the reproduction of educational inequalities.


Mag. Dr. Stefan Vogtenhuber

Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)
University of Vienna
Department of Sociology
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien
Room: R.304
T: +43-1-4277-49294
stefan.vogtenhuber@univie.ac.at

Stefan is an assistant professor (non-tenure track) at the Department since 2021 and senior researcher in the Education and Employment Research Group at the IHS since 2004. Previously, he has been working at the Department of Economic Sociology at the University of Vienna (2016-2017). He holds a PhD in Sociology (2015). His research covers education, professional training and labour market analysing large national and international surveys and register data.


Research Fellows

Prof. Duncan Gallie

Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK
duncan.gallie@nuffield.ox.ac.uk
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