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Dr. Mag.ª Stefanie Konzett-Smoliner

Section: Work and Equal Opportunities

Function: Projektleitung

Contact:

  • Phone: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 19
  • Fax: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 40
  • Email: smoliner@zsi.at

Running and completed projects:

Work and research focus:

Research foci include migration and integration, education and labour market research as well as multivariate data analysis

Publications:

Other Publications:

Konzett-Smoliner, S.; Tschank, J (2016).: The transformation of tacit knowledge of basic education trainers in terms of anti-discriminatory communication and interaction into explicit knowledge. Report to the European Commission.

Konzett-Smoliner, S. (2016): Return migration as a 'family project': exploring the relationship between family life and the readjustment experiences of highly skilled Austrians. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. DOI:10.1080/1369183X.2016.1138853

Tschank, J.; Konzett-Smoliner, S. (2015): Evaluation Methodology Report for the Jump@School Project (a project to reduce early school leaving). Report to the European Commission.

Konzett-Smoliner, S. (2015): Rückwanderung nach Österreich. Über die Remigrationsmotive sowie Lern- und Erfahrungsprozesse von hochqualifizierten RückwanderInnen. Klagenfurt: Universität Klagenfurt (Dissertation).

Lang, T.; Hämmerling, A.; Haunstein, S.; Keil, J.; Nadler, R.; Schmidt, A.; Smoliner, S. (2014): Migrants‘ Capacities and Expectations: Empirical Results Concerning Return Migration. In: Lang, T. & Nadler, R. (Ed.); Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde e.V. (IfL):Return Migration to Central and Eastern Europe – Transnational Migrants‘ Perspectives and Local Businesses’ Needs. Leipzig, 2014 (Forum IfL 23). - ISBN 978-3-86082-090-2 http://www.ifl-leipzig.de/de/publikationen/zeitschriften-und-reihen/forum-ifl.html

Nadler, R.; Haunstein, S.; Lang, Thilo; Smoliner,. S. (2014): Companies’ View of Return Migrants and Foreign Work Experience. In: Lang, T. & Nadler, R. (Ed.); Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde e.V. (IfL):Return Migration to Central and Eastern Europe – Transnational Migrants‘ Perspectives and Local Businesses’ Needs. Leipzig, 2014 (Forum IfL 23). - ISBN 978-3-86082-090-2 http://www.ifl-leipzig.de/de/publikationen/zeitschriften-und-reihen/forum-ifl.html

Smoliner, S. (2013): Wer kehrt zurück und warum? Individuelle Determinanten der Rückkehrbereitschaft und Rückwanderung österreichischer Hochqualifizierter. In: Berichte. Geographie und Landeskunde Bd. 87, H. 4, S. 375-398, Leipzig.

Schuch, K.; Smoliner, S.; Wagner, I.; Dall, E. (2013): Final Evaluation Report on the Austrian bilateral S&T agreements.

Smoliner, S.; Förschner, M.; Nová, J. (2013): Comparative Report on Re-Migration Trends in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Lang, Thilo (Ed.); Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde e.V. (IfL): Return migration in Central Europe: current trends and an analysis of policies supporting returning migrants. Leipzig, 2013 (Forum IfL 21). - ISBN 978-3-86082-088-9. URN: http://nbnresolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-359664

Holocher-Ertl, T.; Smoliner, S.; Fabian, C.M. (2012): Evaluation Report on the IntelLEO concept – full prototype. Report to the European Commission, FP7-Programme.

Kesselring, A.; Bohonnek, A.; Smoliner, S. (2012): Hope in Stations. Final Evaluation Report.Report the European Commission. http://www.lstb.be/pdf/HOPE_rapport_en.pdf

Reiner, C. and Smoliner, S. (2012): Output-orientierte Evaluierung öffentlicher geförderter FTI-Programme – Möglichkeiten und Grenzen. [/engl/. Output-oriented evaluation of publicly funded R&D Programs] https://www.zsi.at/attach/outputorientierte_Evaluierung.pdf

Smoliner, S. (2011) “Aufstieg in hochqualifizierte Berufe für MigrantInnen der zweiten Generation auf dem deutschen Arbeitsmarkt“ [/engl/. Ascent of second generation immigrants into highly skilled occupations – the case of Germany]. Scientific lecture at the GESIS-Conference: „Forschen mit dem Mikrozensus und der Einkommens und Verbrauchsstichprobe“,29. – 30. September 2011, GESIS, Mannheim, Germany.

Smoliner, S. (2011) “Ungleichheiten auf dem österreichischen Arbeitsmarkt. Über die unterschiedlichen Erträge formaler Bildungsqualifikationen von ÖsterreicherInnen und Personen mit Migrationshintergrund auf dem österreichischen Arbeitsmarkt.“ [/engl/. Inequalities on the Austrian Labour Market. Different Returns to Education for Austrian Non-Immigrants and First and Second Generation Immigrants on the Austrian Labour Market]. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, Volume 36, Number 3, 95-108. DOI: 10.1007/s11614-011-0054-7

Smoliner, S. (2011) “Is Austria wasting talent?“ Presentation at the “Woche der soziologischen Nachwuchsforschung” at the University of Vienna, Poster Presentation (May 3rd -6th, 2011), available online: http://www.soz.univie.ac.at/fileadmin/user_upload/inst_soziologie/Forschung/Workshops/Nachwuchsforschung_2011/KATALOG_NWF_2011_FINAL.pdf

Gächter, A. and S. Smoliner (2011) ‘Aufstieg in hochqualifizierte Berufe nach Einwanderung’ [/engl/. The Ascent into highly skilled occupations
 after immigration]. Report to the Robert-Bosch-Foundation, Stuttgart.

Smoliner, S. (2010) “How well does education travel? Returns to foreign degrees on the Austrian and German Labour Market”. Scientific lecture at the international conference „Going global? Highly skilled migrants and societal participation” (Aachen, 17 March 2010-18 March 2010)

Gächter, A. and S. Smoliner (2010) ‘How well does education travel?  Education and occupation with and without migration,’ Report for FIW
Studienpool I. Available online: http://www.fiw.at/index.php?id=480#c9368

Smoliner, S. (2010) ‘Is Austria wasting talent? Research about the labour market success of migrants and their offspring on the Austrian labour market’. Diploma thesis at the University of Vienna.

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Education and career:

Born in Vienna. Studied sociology and political sciences at the University of Vienna (Austria) and the University of Ottawa (Canada) from 2005-2010. Since 2009 researcher in the field “work and equal opportunities” at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Vienna, Austria. Research foci include migration and integration, education and labour market research as well as multivariate data analysis. Project leader in various international and national research projects in the field of migration and labour market research with specific foci on matters of diversity and inclusion.