I am a sociologist at the WU in Vienna at the Institute for Sociology and Empirical Social Research and at the University of Potsdam at the Chair for Social Structure and Social Inequality. My research interests comprise the fields of gender, social inequality and the labour market.
I am currently leading two research projects. On the one hand, I examine the causes and consequences of occupational gender segregation. This project is funded by the Austrian FWF as part of the Hertha-Firnberg program (project duration: 2017-2023). On the other hand, I deal with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly focusing on the working relationships between employers and employees.
Out now ! Paper in Social Forces, Frontiers in Big Data and International Journal of Sociology
Fritsch, Nina-Sophie / Liedl, Bernd (2023) Who belongs to the Middle Income Class in Europe? The Role of Gender-Specific Occupational Characteristics in Multi-Level Analyses for 17 European Countries. International Journal of Sociology 53(1): 59-82. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207659.2022.2151765
Präg, Patrick / Fritsch, Nina-Sophie / Richards, Lindsay (2022) Intragenerational Social Mobility and Well-being in Great Britain: A Biomarker Approach. Social Forces https://doi.org/10.1093/sf/soab153
Seewann, Lena / Verwiebe, Roland / Buder, Claudia / Fritsch, Nina-Sophie (2022) “Broadcast your gender.” A comparison of four text-based classification methods of German YouTube channels. Frontiers in Big Data https://doi.org/10.3389/fdata.2022.908636