Mack, Alexander, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter 

    Alexander Mack (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) 

    DepartmentMonitoring Society and Social Change
    LocationMannheim
    Short Vita Alexander Mack studied Sociology, Political Sciences and Economics at the University of Stuttgart, the University of Oregon and University of Mannheim. Since 2011 he has been responsible for the EU funded Data without Boundaries project. His research interests focus on the study of family and population. His Dissertation project deals with non-marital fertility in Europe.
    Phone0621-1246 -133
    Emailalexander(dot)mack(at)gesis(dot)org

Publications and courses

Lectures and events

Lectures and events

  • Mack, Alexander (2013): Documentation and additional resources. 2nd DwB Training Course: Working with data from official statistics in Europe – particularly the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC). Bucharest, 13.-15.02. 2013.
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  • Mack, Alexander (2013): Practical training session II. 2nd DwB Training Course: Working with data from official statistics in Europe – particularly the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC). Bucharest, 13.-15.02. 2013.
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  • Bohr, Jeanette; Mack, Alexander; Thirolf, Florian; Bosch, Thomas (2013): The next generation of the microdata information system MISSY. An integrated solution for the documentation of European microdata. EDDI 2013. Paris, 03.12. 2013.
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  • Mack, Alexander (2012): Documentation and additional resources for the EU-LFS. First DwB Training Course Working with data from official statistics in Europe – particularly the European Labour Force Survey. Mannheim, 19.07 2012.
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