Malte Reichelt

Assistant Professor of Social Research and Public Policy Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: PhD University of Erlangen-Nuremberg; MA University of Mannheim; BA University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Research Websites: Research Group in Network Science

Research Areas: Labor markets; Occupations; Migration; Gender; Inequality

Malte Reichelt works on a wide range of topics related to the labor market, occupations, migration, gender, and inequality. His work also focuses on methodological advancements, especially in the area of panel and event-history analyses. He is the author of multiple articles concerning inequality in the labor market. His studies deal with the influence of atypical work arrangements, technological advancements, various forms of job mobility, and female-friendly policies. His current projects focus on overqualification as well as establishment networks and their impact on individual career trajectories. Malte Reichelt also works a senior researcher at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Germany, where he is involved in policy advice in the area of education and employment and in particular overqualification.

His research interests include sociology of work, gender inequality, social stratification, migration, and quantitative methodology.

Malte Reichelt is also affiliated with the Institute for Employment Research (IAB).

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