Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy

Diewald M (2006)
In: After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition. Diewald M, Goedicke A, Mayer KU (Eds); Studies in social inequality. Stanford: Stanford University Press: 214-236.

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Diewald, Martin; Goedicke, Anne; Mayer, Karl Ulrich
Erscheinungsjahr
2006
Buchtitel
After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition
Seite(n)
214-236
ISBN
978-0-8047-5208-4
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1863273

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Diewald M. Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy. In: Diewald M, Goedicke A, Mayer KU, eds. After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition. Studies in social inequality. Stanford: Stanford University Press; 2006: 214-236.
Diewald, M. (2006). Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy. In M. Diewald, A. Goedicke, & K. U. Mayer (Eds.), Studies in social inequality. After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition (pp. 214-236). Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Diewald, M. (2006). “Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy” in After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition, Diewald, M., Goedicke, A., and Mayer, K. U. eds. Studies in social inequality (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 214-236.
Diewald, M., 2006. Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy. In M. Diewald, A. Goedicke, & K. U. Mayer, eds. After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition. Studies in social inequality. Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 214-236.
M. Diewald, “Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy”, After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition, M. Diewald, A. Goedicke, and K.U. Mayer, eds., Studies in social inequality, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006, pp.214-236.
Diewald, M.: Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy. In: Diewald, M., Goedicke, A., and Mayer, K.U. (eds.) After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition. Studies in social inequality. p. 214-236. Stanford University Press, Stanford (2006).
Diewald, Martin. “Spirals of Success and Failure? The Interplay of Control Beliefs and Working Lives in the Transition from Planned to Market Economy”. After the Fall of the Wall. East German Life Courses in Transition. Ed. Martin Diewald, Anne Goedicke, and Karl Ulrich Mayer. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. Studies in social inequality. 214-236.

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