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Felix Bühlmann

Professor
Co-leader of IP201, Member of IP205

Contact

NCCR LIVES
University of Lausanne
Bâtiment Géopolis
CH-1015 Lausanne
T +41 21 692 38 73

LIVES Publications

Levy, R., & Bühlmann, F.. (2016). Towards a socio-structural framework for life course analysis. Advances in Life Course Research, 30, 30-42.
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Antonini, M., & Bühlmann, F.. (2015). Towards a multi-dimensional theory of post-unemployment scarring: recurrence, instability and downgrading. LIVES Working Papers, 2015(37), 1-31. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2015.37
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Araujo, P., & Bühlmann, F.. (2015). Swiss banking elites: between internationalization and national career patterns. LIVES Working Papers, 2015(35), 1-32. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2015.35
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Pollien, A., & Joye, D.. (2014). Patterns of contact attempts in surveys. In P. Blanchard, Bühlmann, F., & Gauthier, J. - A., Advances in sequence analysis: Theory, methods, applications (p. 285-304). Amsterdam: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04969-4_15
Gauthier, J. - A., Bühlmann, F., & Blanchard, P.. (2014). Introduction: Sequence analysis in 2014. In P. Blanchard, Bühlmann, F., & Gauthier, J. - A., Advances in sequence analysis: Theory, methods, applicatons (p. 1-20). Amsterdam: Springer.
Oris, M., & Ritschard, G.. (2014). Sequence analysis and transition to adulthood: An exploration of the access to reproduction in nineteenth-century East Belgium. In P. Blanchard, Bühlmann, F., & Gauthier, J. - A., Advances in sequence analysis: Theory, method, applications (p. 152-167). New York, Heidelberg, Dordrecht, London: Springer.
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Bühlmann, F.. (2013). Catch me if you can – Configurations of atypical and precarious employment in Switzerland. Espace, Populations, Sociétés, 2013(3), 73-90. doi:10.4000/eps.5554
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Bühlmann, F.. (2012). Configurations of atypical and precarious employment in Switzerland. LIVES Working Papers, 2012(15), 1-35. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2012.15
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