Publications

Refereed Articles

Hanappi, Doris, and Isabella Buber-Ennser. 2017. “When Paid Work Matters for Fertility Intentions and Subsequent Behavior: Evidence from Two Waves of the Austrian Gender and Generation Survey.” Comparative Population Studies Vol(42): 219-254.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. 2017. “Changes in Employment Uncertainty and the Fertility Intention-Behavior Link: An Analysis based on the Swiss Household Panel Data.” European Journal of Population 33(3): 381-407. DOI: 10.1007/s10680-016-9408-y.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, and L. Bernardi  2016. “The Role of Attitudes to Maternal Employment in the Relationship between Job Quality and Fertility Intentions.” Journal of Research in Gender Studies 6(1): 192-219.

Hanappi, Doris, L. Bernardi, and D. Spini. 2015. “Vulnerability as a Heuristic for Interdisciplinary Research: Assessing the Thematic and Methodological Structure of Empirical Life Course Studies.” Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 6(1): 59–87.

Salamin, X. and Doris Hanappi. 2014. “Women and International Assignments: A Systematic Literature Review Exploring Textual Data by Correspondence Analysis.” Journal of Global Mobility 2(3): 343–74, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JGM-09-2013-0058.

Hanappi, Doris. 2011. “Economic Action, Fields, and Uncertainty.” Journal of Economic Issues 25(4): 785–803.

Hanappi, Doris. 2007. “Early Careers of Managers and Young Professionals: An Integrative Approach to Contemporary Careers.” German Journal of Human Resource Research (ZfP) 21(4): 390–3.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, and L. Bernardi. 2014. “Coping Strategies under Uncertain, Precarious Employment Conditions in Switzerland.” Working Paper No. 12, FamiliesAndSocieties, Stockholm, Sweden.

Spini. D., Doris Hanappi, L. Bernardi, M. Oris, and J.-F. Bickel. 2013. “Vulnerability Across the Life Course: A Theoretical Framework and Research Directions.” ISSN number 2296-1658, LIVES Working Papers, Lausanne, Switzerland. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.27.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.M. LeGoff (2012). “Precarious Work and the Fertility Intention-Behavior Link: An Analysis Based on the Swiss Household Panel Data.” ISSN number 2296-1658, LIVES Working Papers, 2012/17, Lausanne, Switzerland. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2012.17.

Hanappi, Doris 2011. “Field, Habitus, and Economic Reason: Prospects for Conceptualizing Economic Action.” ISSN number 2296-1658 LIVES Working Papers, 2011/6, Lausanne, Switzerland. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2011.6.

Hanappi, Doris 2010. “An Integrative Approach to Early Managerial and Professional Careers in Post-Industrial Labor Markets: Predictors for Career Success and First Job.” ISSN number 2296-1658, LIVES Working Papers, 2011/2, Lausanne, Switzerland. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2011.2.

Authored Book

Hanappi, Doris 2007. Early Careers of Managers and Young Professionals: An Integrative Approach to Contemporary Careers. Munich: Rainer Hampp.

Book Contributions

Buber-Ennser I., Hanappi D. (2018) Household position, parenthood, and self-reported adult health. Cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from the Austrian Generations and Gender Survey. In: Doblhammer G., Gumà J. (eds) A Demographic Perspective on Gender, Family and Health in Europe. Springer, Cham, pp. 155-190.

Spini, D., Hanappi, D., and L. Bernardi (2017). La vulnérabilité: Un concept au carrefour des disciplines. In D. Jousset, Boles, J. – M., & Jouquan, J., Penser l’humain vulnérable. De la philosophie au soin (First., Pp. 69-76). Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

Bühlmann, F., N. Girardin, Doris Hanappi, J.M. Le Goff, and I. Valarino, (2016). “Constructions of Motherhood and Fatherhood in Switzerland” In: Transition to Parenthood in Europe: Analyzing Gender and Labor Divisions edited by D. Grunow, M. Evertsson. London: Edward Elgar.

Hanappi, Doris 2014. “Field Theory: Taking Bourdieu to Envisioned Futures.” Pp. 161–173 in Advances in Heterodox Economics: Re-Thinking the Work of Pierre Bourdieu edited by A. Christoforou and M. Lainé. London and New York: Routledge.

Hanappi, Doris 2013. “Precarious Work: Agenda and Implications for Corporate Social Responsibility.” Pp. 1880–1885 in Encyclopaedia of Corporate Social Responsibility, edited by S.O. Idowu, N. Capaldi, L. Zu, & A. Das Gupta. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28036-8.

Book (Contribution) Reviews

Hanappi, Doris 2015. Precarious Work: Agenda and Implications for Corporate Social Responsibility by Pierre-Michel Menger. Journal of Economic Issues 49(3):881–883.

Hanappi, Doris 2014. Review of Gendered Tradeoffs. Family, Social Policy, and Economic Inequality in Twenty-One Countries by Becky Pettit and Jennifer L. Hook. European Journal of Population, 30(1):115–117. doi:10.1007/s10680-013-9302-9.

Hanappi, Doris 2015. Review of “Parental leave in Spain: use, motivations and implications.” In: Family Continuity and Change (ESA-Research Network: Family and Intimate Lives). Publisher: tba.

Papers in Development

Hanappi, Doris and O. Lipps conduct a panel study of life satisfaction, job insecurity, and family demands in Germany and Switzerland.

Buber-Ennser, I., and Doris Hanappi examine the associations between household position, parenthood, and adult self-reported health, providing cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from the Austrian Generations and Gender Survey.

Hanappi, Doris and C. Mason further explore the role of short-term fertility intentions for subsequent fertility behavior in a stable-low fertility context.

Non-scientific Outreach

Angst um den Arbeitsplatz beeinflusst die Familienplanung Anxiety about losing one’s job influences family planning (March 17 2017):

https://science.apa.at/rubrik/kultur_und_gesellschaft/Angst_um_Arbeitsplatz_beeinflusst_Familienplanung/SCI_20170317_SCI39351351635029766

http://diepresse.com/home/wirtschaft/eco1848/5185159/Angst-um-Arbeitsplatz-beeinflusst-Familienplanung#    (VIDEO)

http://www.wienerzeitung.at/nachrichten/top_news/880084_Angst-um-Arbeitsplatz-beeinflusst-Familienplanung.html

http://www.tt.com/home/12752881-91/angst-um-arbeitsplatz-beeinflusst-familienplanung.csp

https://mobil.news.at/a/angst-um-arbeitsplatz-beeinflusst-familienplanung-8036145

http://www.kleinezeitung.at/international/panorama/5185144/Studie_Angst-um-Arbeitsplatz-beeinflusst-Familienplanung

http://www.nachrichten-aktuell.eu/artikel/beeinflusst-der-job-die-familienplanung/862808

Mehr Angst um den Job, weniger Kinder – More job insecurity less children (March 17, 2017):

http://mobil.derstandard.at/2000054343628/Mehr-Angst-um-den-Job-weniger-Kinder

http://www.oeaw.ac.at/oesterreichische-akademie-der-wissenschaften/die-oeaw/article/wie-jobangst-die-familienplanung-beeinflusst/

Jobverlust stielt Kinderwunsch – Job loss steals fertility intentions (WZ, March 17, 2017):

http://www.wienerzeitung.at/themen_channel/wissen/mensch/880201_Jobverlust-stiehlt-Kinderwunsch.html

The changing link between fertility, gender, and career in Europe. Evidence from Switzerland (PopDigest by Population Europe, 2016)

http://population-europe.eu/pop-digest/changing-link-between-fertility-gender-and-career-europe [accessed by June 13 2016]

Patchworkeltern und Alleinerzieher fühlen sich weniger gesund  (derStandard, 2016)
http://mobil.derstandard.at/2000026732110/Studie-Alleinerziehende-fuehlen-sich-weniger-gesund [accessed by June 13 2016]

Patchworkeltern und Alleinerzieher fühlen sich weniger gesund (APA-Aussendung, 2016)
http://science.apa.at/site/kultur_und_gesellschaft/detail.html?key=SCI_20151201_SCI39351351627003744 [accessed by June 13 2016]

Alleinerzieher weniger gesund (Wiener Zeitung online, 2016)
http://www.wienerzeitung.at/themen_channel/wissen/mensch/788988_Alleinerzieher-weniger-gesund.html [accessed by June 13 2016]

Patchworkeltern und Alleinerzieher fühlen sich öfter krank (Kleine Zeitung, 2016)
http://www.kleinezeitung.at/s/chronik/oesterreich/4878194/Familie_Patchworkeltern-und-Alleinerzieher-fuhlen-sich-ofter-krank[accessed by June 13 2016]

Patchworkeltern und Alleinerzieher fühlen sich weniger gesund (Tiroler Tageszeitung online, 2016)
http://www.tt.com/home/10833610-91/studie-patchworkeltern-und-alleinerzieher-f%C3%BChlen-sich-weniger-gesund.csp [accessed by June 13 2016]

Patchworkeltern und Alleinerzieher fühlen sich weniger gesund  (Salzburger Nachrichten, 2016)
http://www.salzburg.com/nachrichten/mobil/sn/artikel/patchworkeltern-und-alleinerzieher-fuehlen-sich-oefter-krank-175356/ [accessed by June 13 2016]

Invited talks, conferences, professional meetings

Invited talks
2017

Hanappi, Doris. “Job Insecurity and Life Satisfaction: Do Parents’ Jobs Hurt More?” Presented at the SCANCOR Seminar, School of Education, February 13, Stanford University, CA.

2014

Hanappi, Doris. “Linking Perceived Economic Uncertainty and Fertility Decisions. Evidence from Switzerland.” Presented at the Demography Brown Bag Seminar, October 29, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff, J.-M. “Changes in Employment Uncertainty and the Fertility Intention-Behavior Link: An Analysis Based on the Swiss Household Panel Data.” Presented at the CPI Inequality Workshop, May 23, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

2012

Hanappi, Doris. “Bourdieu’s Contribution to the Social Organization of the Economy: A View from Field Theory.” Presented at the Joint Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics, French Association of Political Economy/Association, and International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy, July 5–8, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Paris.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. “Precarious Work and Its Short-Term Impact on Reproductive Decision-making.” Presented at the Swiss Foundation for Research in the Social Sciences Lunch Seminar, June 20, University of Lausanne, Lausanne.

Presentations at conferences, professional meetings

2017

Hanappi, Doris and I. Buber-Ennser, I. (2017). “When Work Matters for Fertility Intentions and Subsequent Behavior: Evidence from two waves of the Austrian Gender and Generation Survey.” Paper to be presented at the PAA Annual Meeting, April 27-29, Chicago.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff, J.-M. 2017. “Changes in Employment Uncertainty and the Fertility Intention-Behavior Link: An Analysis Based on the Swiss Household Panel Data.” Poster to be presented at the PAA Annual Meeting, April 27-29, Chicago.

2016

Hanappi, Doris. Participated at the Encore2016 Conference, February 9-11, San Francisco.

2015

Buber-Ennser, I., and D. Hanappi. “The Association Between Changes in Family Composition, Parental Status, and Health. Longitudinal Evidence from the Austrian Generations and Gender Survey.” Presented at the 2015 GGS User Conference.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, and L. Bernardi. “Job Quality, Gender Role Attitude, and Short-Term Fertility Intentions in Switzerland. Population Roundtable: Predictors of Fertility in Low Fertility Contexts.” Presented at the 12th ESA Conference, August 25–28, Prague, and at the 2015 ASA Annual Meeting, August 22–25, Chicago.

Ryser, V.-A., Doris Hanappi, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. How Does Employment Quality Impact Fertility Intentions? Evidence from the Swiss Household Panel.” Presented at the 8th International Conference of the Swiss Household Panel, June 1-2, Lausanne.

Hanappi, Doris and C. Mason. “The Value of Intentions as Predictor for Subsequent Fertility Behavior in a Low Fertility Context.” Presented at PAA, April 30–May 2, San Diego.

2014

Ryser, V.-A., Doris Hanappi, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. “The Relationship between Employment Quality and Fertility Intentions: Results from Switzerland.” Presented at the 7th European Society on Family Relations (ESFR) Congress, September 3–6, Madrid.

Rendall, M., A. De Rose, A. Evans, E. Gray, Doris Hanappi, F. Kreute, T. Lappegard, L. Reeder, Marit Rønsen, O. Thevenon, and L. Toulemon. “Employment Impacts on Partnership and Parenthood Entry in Different Family-Policy Regimes.” Presented at the European Population Conference, June 25–28, Budapest.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. “Changes in Employment Uncertainty and the Fertility Intention-Behavior Link: An Analysis Based on the Swiss Household Panel Data.” Presented at the 109th Annual American Sociological Association Meeting. August 16–19, San Francisco

2013

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. “Bad Jobs and Fertility Intentions in Switzerland. Changing Families and Fertility Choices.” Presented at the International Conference Funded by the Norwegian Research Council and Statistics, June 6–7, Oslo.

Salamin, X., and Doris Hanappi. “Women and International Assignments: A Systematic Literature Review Exploring Textual Data by Correspondence Analysis.” Presented at the 13th European Academy of Management. June 26–29, Galatasaray University, Istanbul.

2012

Hanappi, Doris, O. Lipps, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. Falter. “Modeling Job Quality, Insecurity, and Work-Family Incompatibility Effects on Families’ Well-Being: Does a Precarious Job Hurt More If Work-Family Life Articulation Is Difficult?” Presented at SASE’s 24th Annual Meeting, June 28–30, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, J.-M. Le Goff, and L. Bernardi. “Minding the Downside of Market Flexibilization. Does Precarious Work Affect Short-Term Fertility Intentions and Their Realization?” Presented at the European Population Conference, June 13–16, University of Stockholm, Sweden.

2011

Hanappi, Doris and L. Bernardi. “Exploring the Link between Work Precariousness and Short-Term Fertility Intentions and Their Realization.” Presented at the Meeting of the Working Group of the NCCR Sub-Project Vulnerability at the Interface of Professional and Family Life: Gender and Occupational Trajectories, November 22, University of Lausanne, Lausanne.

Hanappi, Doris. “Fields, Human Behaviour, and Uncertainty: Is the Bourdieuian Actor an Actor of Change?” Presented at the Annual Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, October 27–30, Vienna.

Hanappi, Doris, V.-A. Ryser, L. Bernardi, and J.-M. LeGoff. “The Impact of Work Precariousness on Childbearing Intentions and their Realization: Evidence from Switzerland.” Presented at the 10th Conference of the European Sociological Association, September 7–10, Geneva.

Hanappi, Doris. “Understanding Market Fields and Uncertainty: A Field and Habitus-Based Approach.” Presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, June 23–25, University Autónoma of Madrid, Madrid.

Hanappi, Doris and F. Bühlmann. “Field and Trajectories: Two Concepts to Explore the Swiss Labour Market.” Presented at the 6th International Conference of Panel Data Users in Switzerland, June 8–9, University of Lausanne, Lausanne.

2010

Hanappi, Doris. “Swiss Labour Force Survey Overview. Conceptual, Statistical and Methodological Basis.” Presented at the Meeting of the Working Group of the NCCR Sub-Project Vulnerability at the Interface of Professional and Family Life: Gender and Occupational Trajectories, December 14, University of Lausanne, Lausanne.

Hanappi, Doris. “When Information Asymmetries Govern the Market Field: Making Sense of Labor Markets.” Presented at the 3rd ESA Sociology of Culture RN Mid-Term Conference, October 7–9, Bocconi University, Milan.

Hanappi, Doris. “Work Life Courses in Post-Industrial Labour Markets.” Presented at the TransEurope Young Researcher Workshop, June 18–19, University of Turin, Turin.

Hanappi, Doris. “The Dilemma of Rationality: Individual Optimization, Embeddedness, and Economic Reason.” Presented at the 10th European Academy of Management, May 19–22, University of Tor Vergata, Rome.

Hanappi, Doris and L. Bernardi. “Gender, Work, and Vulnerability: A Multilevel Life Course Perspective.” Presented at the International Labour Process Conference, March 15–17, Rutgers University, New Brusnwick, NJ.

Hanappi, Doris. “Preparation of Textual Data for Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Data Extraction from OVID and CSA via a Python Script.” Presented at Laboratory of Life Course Studies Work Meeting, May 12, University of Lausanne, Lausanne.

Hanappi, Doris. “Exploring the Link between Tacit Knowledge and Assessment Mechanisms on Professional and Managerial Job Markets: Theoretical Challenges and Empirical Pitfalls.” Presented at the International Labour Process Conference, March 15–17, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

2009

Hanappi, Doris. “A Tower of Babel? Career Trajectories across Fields, within Social Space, and over Time: An Empirical Framework.” Presented at the PaVie Conference Cycle, November 25, University of Geneva, Geneva.

Hanappi, Doris and N. Le Feuvre. “Contradiction or Congruence? The Value of Feminization Models for the Sociological Analysis of Modern Careers.” Presented at the Identity Congress of the Swiss Sociological Society, September 7–9, Geneva.

Hanappi, Doris. “On Signals and Symbols in a Field and Habitus Perspective of Careers.” Presented at the Identity Congress of the Swiss Sociological Society, September 7–9, Geneva.

2007

Hanappi, Doris. “An Integrative Approach to Careers of Managers and Young Professionals.” Presented at the 22nd Workshop on Strategic HRM of the European Institute for Advanced Studies of Management, April 19–20, Brussels.

Reports

Hanappi, Doris. 2006. Main Outcomes of the 50th UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Evaluating the Impact of Monitoring Tools on Future Policy Issues. Contribution to Workshop for Multipliers. Vienna: Federal Ministry for Women and Health Issues.

Hanappi, Doris. 2005. Human Capital Theory and Job Market Signalling: What Scope for Synergies in Explaining Careers? Vienna: Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.

Hanappi, Doris. 2006. “Introducing a Monitoring Segment in the Multi-Year Programme of Work of the UN Commission of the Status of Women (CSW). Future Challenges and Policy Issues on Women and Development in the Fields of, inter alia, Health, Education and Labour Market.” In National Report of the 50th CSW to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Vienna: Department for Socio-Economic Equality, EU and International Affairs, Federal Ministry for Women and Health Issues.

Hanappi, Doris. 2001. Report on the UN Procurement System for National Enterprises – Practical Implications. Vienna: Publication Service of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce.

Thesis and Dissertation

Hanappi, Doris. 2007. “Early Careers of Managers and Young Professionals: An Integrative Approach to Contemporary Careers.” PhD dissertation, Department of Management, Vienna University of Economic and Business Administration, Vienna.

Hanappi, Doris 2004. “New Pills, Old Ills. Public-Private Partnerships in Global Health. A case study of the Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) at WHO.” Master’s thesis, Department of XXX, Vienna University of Economic and Business Administration, Vienna / WHO, Geneva.

Knowledge Transfer/Media

The changing link between fertility, gender, and career in Europe. Evidence from Switzerland (PopDigest by Population Europe). 06-2016. http://population-europe.eu/pop-digest/changing-link-between-fertility-gender-and-career-europe

D. Spini, Doris Hanappi, L. Bernardi, and M. Oris. 2010. “NCCR LIVES: Our Story to Success.” Newsletter SAGW, Bulletin 3-2010.

Hanappi, Doris. 2008. “A Syndicated Measurement Tool to Sales Force Effectiveness among Pharmaceutical Companies.” Vienna: GfK.

Hanappi, Doris. 2007. Editorial. CEE Newsletter for HealthCare, 5th edition.

Hanappi, Doris. 2007. “Medical Innovations and Demographic Changes Boost Market Growth in HealthCare Products and Services in Central and Eastern Europe.” CEE Newsletter for HealthCare, 5th edition.