Publications by Dr. Reinhard Schunck

  • Schunck, R., 2014: Transnational activities and immigrant integration in Germany. Cham: Springer International Publishing.


  • *Melzer, S.M., D. Tomaskovic-Devey, R. Schunck & P. Jacobebbinghaus, 2018: A Relational
    Inequality Approach to First-and Second-Generation Immigrant Earnings in German
    Workplaces. Social Forces: advance access
  • *Schulz, W., R. Schunck, M. Diewald & W. Johnson, 2017: Pathways of Intergenerational
    Transmission of Advantages during Adolescence: Social Background, Cognitive Ability, and
    Educational Attainment. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 46: 2194–2214.
  • *Schunck, R., 2017: Status und Schönheit. Wird sozio-ökonomischer Status in
    Partnerschaften gegen physische Attraktivität getauscht? Kölner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie
    und Sozialpsychologie 69: 283–305.
  • *Schunck, R. & F. Perales, 2017: Within-and between-cluster effects in generalized linear
    mixed models: A discussion of approaches and the xthybrid command. Stata Journal 17:
  • *Teltemann, J. & R. Schunck, 2016: Education systems, school segregation, and secondgeneration
    immigrants’ educational success: Evidence from a country-fixed effects
    approach using three waves of PISA. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57:
  • *Schunck, R., 2016: Reich und schön? Eine Untersuchung zur ungleichen Verteilung
    physischer Attraktivität. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 68: 113–137.
  • *Sattler, S. & R. Schunck, 2016: Associations Between the Big Five Personality Traits and
    the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs for Cognitive Enhancement. Frontiers in
    Psychology 6: 1971.
  • Schunck, R., 2016: Cluster size and aggregated level 2 variables in multilevel models: a
    cautionary note. Methods, data, analyses (mda) 10: 97–108.
  • *Hahn, E., J. Gottschling, W. Bleidorn, C. Kandler, M. Spengler, A.E. Kornadt, W. Schulz, R.
    Schunck, T. Baier, K. Krell, V. Lang, F. Lenau, A.-L. Peters, M. Diewald, R. Riemann & F.M.
    Spinath, 2016: What Drives the Development of Social Inequality over the Life Course? the
    German TwinLife Study. Twin Research and Human Genetics 19: 659–672.
  • *Schunck, R., C. Sauer & P. Valet, 2015: Unfair Pay and Health: The Effects of Perceived
    Injustice of Earnings on Physical Health. European Sociological Review 31: 655–666.
  • *Reiss, K., R. Schunck & O. Razum, 2015: Effect of length of stay on smoking among turkish
    and eastern european immigrants in germany-interpretation in the light of the smoking
    epidemic model and the acculturation theory. International Journal of Environmental
    Research and Public Health 12: 15925–15936.
  • *Schunck, R., K. Reiss & O. Razum, 2015: Pathways between perceived discrimination and
    health among immigrants: evidence from a large national panel survey in Germany.
    Ethnicity & Health 20: 493–510.
  • *Diewald, M., T. Baier, W. Schulz & R. Schunck, 2015: Status Attainment and Social
    Mobility: How can genetics contribute to an understanding of their causes? Kölner
    Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 67: 371–395.
  • *Kleiner, S., R. Schunck & K. Schömann, 2015: Different Contexts, Different Effects? Work
    Time and Mental Health in the United States and Germany. Journal of Health and Social
    Behavior 56: 98–113.
  • Diewald, M., R. Schunck, A.-K. Abendroth, S.M. Melzer, S. Pausch, M. Reimann, B. Andernach
    & P. Jacobebbinghaus, 2014: The SFB882-B3 linked employer-employee panel survey
    (LEEP-B3). Schmollers Jahrbuch 134: 379–389.
  • *Schunck, R., 2013: Within and between estimates in random-effects models: Advantages
    and drawbacks of correlated random effects and hybrid models. Stata Journal 13: 65–76.
  • Schunck, R., C. Sauer & P. Valet, 2013: Macht Ungerechtigkeit krank? Gesundheitliche
    Folgen von Einkommens(un)-gerechtigkeit. WSI-Mitteilungen 553–561.
  • *Schunck, R. & B.G. Rogge, 2012: No causal effect of unemployment on smoking? A German
    panel study. International Journal of Public Health 57: 867–874.
  • *Schunck, R. & B.G. Rogge, 2010: Unemployment and its association with health-relevant
    actions: Investigating the role of time perspective with German census data. International
    Journal of Public Health 55: 271–278.
  • *Schunck, R. & M. Windzio, 2009: Ökonomische Selbstständigkeit von Migranten in
    Deutschland: Effekte der sozialen Einbettung in Nachbarschaft und Haushalt. Zeitschrift für
    Soziologie 38: 113–130.


  • *Teltemann, J. & R. Schunck, 2016: Sozialwissenschaftliche Datensätze für
    Sekundäranalysen von Integrationsprozessen. S. 311–344 in: Methoden der
    Migrationsforschung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • *Schunck, R., 2014: Estimating Causal Effects with Longitudinal Data: Does Unemployment
    Affect Mental Health? in: SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: Sage
  • *Schunck, R., 2011: Immigrant Integration, Transnational Activities and the Life Course. S.
    259–282 in: A Life-Course Perspective on Migration and Integration. Dordrecht: Springer
    International Publishing.


  • Perales, F.P. & R. Schunck, 2016: Stata command ‘XTHYBRID: Stata module to estimate
    hybrid and correlated random effect (Mundlak) models within the framework of
    generalized linear mixed models (GLMM). Statistical Software Components S458146:
    Boston College Department of Economics.


  • Reimann, M., S. Pausch, M. Diewald, R. Schunck, et al., 2015: Technical Report Employer
    Survey Wave 2 Project B3 “Interactions Between Capabilities in Work and Private Life”.
    SFB 882 Technical Report Series 19.
  • Jacobebbinghaus, P., S. Seth, M. Diewald, R. Schunck, et al., 2014: Verknüpfung der LEEPB3
    Befragungsdaten mit administrativen IAB-Daten. SFB 882 Technical Report Series 14:
  • Reimann, M., B. Andernach, R. Schunck, et al., 2014: Methodenbericht Faktorieller Survey
    (Vignetten). Projekt B3 „Wechselwirkungen zwischen Verwirklichungschancen im Berufs- und Privatleben“. SFB 882 Technical Report Series 9.
  • Andernach, B. & R. Schunck, 2014: Investigating the Feasibility of a Factorial Survey in a
    CATI. SFB 882 Working Paper Series 28.
  • Pausch, S., J. Harand, R. Schunck & P. Jacobebbinghaus, 2014: Technical report employer
    survey Project B3: Interactions between capabilities in work and private life. SFB 882
    Technical Report Series 4.
  • Schunck, R., A. Abendroth, M. Diewald, S.M. Melzer & S. Pausch, 2013: What do Women and
    Men Want? Investigating and Measuring Preference Heterogeneity for Life Outcomes using
    a Factorial Survey. SFB 882 Working Paper Series 20.
  • Schunck, R. & B.G. Rogge, 2012: Unemployment and Smoking: Causation, Selection, or
    Common Cause? Evidence from Longitudinal Data. SOEPpaper 491.
  • Lerchert, Y., Lüttinger, P. & R. Schunck, Comparison of the Microcensus Scientific Use Files
    1976 und 1982, ZUMA-Methodenbericht 2006/10, 1-24
  • Lerchert, Y., Lüttinger, P. & R. Schunck, Comparison of the Microcensus Scientific Use Files
    1973 und 1976, ZUMA-Methodenbericht 2006/09, 1-24


  • Giesselmann, M., M. Hagen & R. Schunck, Motherhood and mental well-being in Germany: Linking a longitudinal life course design and the gender perspective on motherhood
  • Schunck, R. & P. Lersch, Structural Gender Inequality and Beauty-Status Exchange in Couples
  • Lersch, P. & R. Schunck, Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequalities Between and Within Households: Evidence from the Germany and the United States
  • Schunck, R. & B. Heizmann, Boundaries and Health: Perceived Discrimination and Health Inequalities between Immigrants and Non-Immigrants in Europe
  • Schunck, R., A Small Mistake with Big Consequences – Misinterpretation of Between- Effects in Multilevel Models
  • Teltemann, J. & R. Schunck, The Effects of National Performance Standards on Social and Ethnic Educational Inequality – Findings from a Fixed Effects Approach with PISA Data