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Yuliya Kosyakova

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Recent publications

  • Slipping Past the Test: Heterogeneous Effects of Social Background in the Context of Inconsistent Selection Mechanisms in Higher Education

    • Yastrebov G
    • Kosyakova Y
    • Kurakin D
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  • The Impact of Formal Adult Education on the Likelihood of Being Employed: a Comparative Overview

    • Kilpi-Jakonen E
    • Vono de Vilhena D
    • Kosyakova Y
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Professional experience

Research Scientist

European University Institute

September 2012 - March 2016(4 years)

PhD student at Chair of Sociology I of Hans-Peter Blossfeld Bamberg, Germany

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg - University Bamberg

June 2011 - August 2012(a year)

Education

Master of Science in EES

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg - University Bamberg

October 2008 - April 2011(3 years)

Research interests

quantitative data analysis and international comparison as well as incentive theorylabor market policysocial inequalitylife courses

About

Yuliya Kosyakova was born in Nikolajew, Ukraine, in 1982. She began her studies in economics at the International Solomon University of Kyiv (1999-2001), the Kyiv National University of Culture and Art (2001-2002). After immigration to Germany she did her Bachelor of Art in European Economics Studies (EES) at the University of Bamberg and spent a year abroad at the Université de Fribourg (Switzerland). In the year 2008 she proceeded with her studies at the Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg where she received her Master degree in EES (2011). In 2009/2010 she worked as a student assistant at the chair of economics - empirical microeconomics (Prof. Dr. Johannes Schwarze) in Bamberg and from 2010 to 2011 she was working as a research assistant at the IAB (Institut for Employment Research) in Nuremberg and took part in different ongoing projects. Within the Project “Motivated Underreporting” (Supervisors Prof. Dr. Susanne Rässler, Prof. Dr. Frauke Kreuter and Dr. Stephanie Eckman) she wrote her master thesis. Since June 2011 she is engaged as a research scientist and Ph.D. student in the ERC Advanced Grant project eduLIFE "Education as a Lifelong Process – Comparing Educational Trajectories in Modern Societies". Her main research interests are in labor market and employment research, lifelong learning, post-socialist societies, international comparison, quantitative data analysis, social inequality as well as incentive theory.

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