Małgorzata Mikucka
Małgorzata Mikucka
Post-doctoral Researcher, Mannheim University, Germany
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When does economic growth improve life satisfaction? Multilevel analysis of the roles of social trust and income inequality in 46 countries, 1981–2012
M Mikucka, F Sarracino, JK Dubrow
World Development 93, 447-459, 2017
Money, trust and happiness in transition countries: evidence from time series
S Bartolini, M Mikucka, F Sarracino
Social indicators research 130 (1), 87-106, 2017
Social capital in Europe from 1990 to 2012: Trends and convergence
F Sarracino, M Mikucka
Social Indicators Research 131 (1), 407-432, 2017
The life satisfaction advantage of being married and gender specialization
M Mikucka
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (3), 759-779, 2016
Does Individualistic Culture Lower the Well-Being of the Unemployed? Evidence from Europe
M Mikucka
Journal of Happiness Studies 15 (3), 1-19, 2014
How does parenthood affect life satisfaction in Russia?
M Mikucka
Advances in Life Course Research 30, 16-29, 2016
The parenthood and happiness link: testing predictions from five theories
M Mikucka, E Rizzi
European Journal of Population 36 (2), 337-361, 2020
Does it take a village to raise a child?: The buffering effect of relationships with relatives for parental life satisfaction
M Mikucka, E Rizzi
Demographic Research 34 (34), 943–994, 2016
Does it take a village to raise a child?
M Mikucka, E Rizzi
2014 Quetelet Seminar: 40th edition "Fertility, childlessness and the family …, 2014
Comparability of web and telephone survey modes for the measurement of subjective well-being
F Sarracino, CAF Riillo, M Mikucka
Survey Research Methods: SRM 11 (2), 141-169, 2017
Infant mortality in Central Europe: effects of transition
W Zatoński, M Mikucka, C La Vecchia, P Boyle
Gaceta Sanitaria 20 (1), 63-66, 2006
Variation in women's employment across European countries: The impact of child care policy solutions
M Mikucka
International Journal of Sociology 38 (1), 12-37, 2008
Bias and efficiency loss in regression estimates due to duplicated observations: a Monte Carlo simulation
F Sarracino, M Mikucka
Survey Research Methods 11 (1), 17-44, 2017
The happiness-parenthood link in a context of limited state support: The case of Switzerland
E Rizzi, M Mikucka
FORS Working Paper 2015-3, 2015
Consume more, work longer, and be unhappy: Possible social roots of economic crisis?
F Sarracino, M Mikucka
Applied Research in Quality of Life 14 (1), 59-84, 2019
Employed or inactive? Cross-national differences in coding parental leave beneficiaries in European Labour Force Survey data
M Mikucka, M Valentova
Survey Research Methods 7 (3), 169-179, 2013
Homemaking and women's well-being in Europe. Effect of divorce risk, selection and dominating gender-role attitudes
M Mikucka
Division of household labor between spouses: How do Central and Eastern Europe differ from the West?
M Mikucka
International Journal of Sociology 39 (1), 76-94, 2009
The Transition to Insecurity. Employment Dynamics and Its Sociodemographic Differentiation
M Mikucka
International Journal of Sociology 42 (4), 71-99, 2012
Estimation bias due to duplicated observations: a Monte Carlo simulation
F Sarracino, M Mikucka
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