Simone M. Schneider
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Income inequality and subjective wellbeing: Trends, challenges, and research directions
SM Schneider
Journal of Happiness Studies 17, 1719-1739, 2016
Individual differences in social comparison and its consequences for life satisfaction: introducing a short scale of the Iowa–Netherlands Comparison Orientation Measure
SM Schneider, J Schupp
Social Indicators Research 115, 767-789, 2014
Income inequality and its consequences for life satisfaction: What role do social cognitions play?
SM Schneider
Social Indicators Research 106, 419-438, 2012
Why income inequality is dissatisfying—Perceptions of social status and the inequality-satisfaction link in Europe
SM Schneider
European Sociological Review 35 (3), 409-430, 2019
The social comparison scale: testing the validity, reliability, and applicability of the Iowa-Netherlands Comparison Orientation Measure (INCOM) on the German population
S Schneider, J Schupp
SOEPpaper, 2011
Poverty attributions and the perceived justice of income inequality: A comparison of East and West Germany
SM Schneider, JC Castillo
Social Psychology Quarterly 78 (3), 263-282, 2015
Relative standards and distributive justice: How social comparison orientations moderate the link between relative earnings and justice perceptions
SM Schneider, P Valet
Social Psychology Quarterly 80 (3), 276-287, 2017
An East–West comparison of healthcare evaluations in Europe: Do institutions matter?
T Popic, SM Schneider
Journal of European Social Policy 28 (5), 517-534, 2018
Cognitive determinants of healthcare evaluations–A comparison of Eastern and Western European countries
SM Schneider, T Popic
Health Policy 122 (3), 269-278, 2018
Measuring the Selection of Pay Referents: A Methodological Analysis of the Questions on Pay Referents in the 2008 and 2009 SOEP Pretest Modules
S Schneider, J Schupp
DIW Data Documentation, 2010
Is it unfair for the affluent to be able to purchase “better” healthcare? Existential standards and institutional norms in healthcare attitudes across 28 countries
EM Immergut, SM Schneider
Social Science & Medicine 267, 113146, 2020
Accessing healthcare in times of economic growth and economic downturn: evidence from Ireland
SM Schneider, C Devitt
Journal of European Social Policy 28 (4), 357-369, 2018
Schichtspezifische Unterschiede im Vorkommen psychischer Störungen
T Lampert, S Schneider, M Klose, F Jacobi
Public Health Forum 13 (4), 7-8, 2005
The selection of pay referents: Potential patterns and impacts on life satisfaction
S Schneider
SOEPpaper, 2010
Social comparison orientations and their consequences for justice perceptions of earnings
S Schneider, P Valet
Public Opinion on Healthcare in the context of Economic Crisis: evidence from Portugal
T Popic, SM Schneider, M Asensio
Journal of Social Policy 48 (4), 741-764, 2019
How much inequality of earnings do people perceive as just? The effect of interviewer presence and monetary incentives on inequality preferences
S Liebig, M May, C Sauer, S Schneider, P Valet
methods, data, analyses 9 (1), 30, 2015
Inequality Preferences in Interviewer-and Self-Administered Interviews
S Liebig, M May, C Sauer, S Schneider, P Valet
How do the Foreign-born rate host country health systems? evidence from Ireland
SM Schneider, C Devitt
The Economic and Social Review 49 (1, Spring), 45-71, 2018
Measuring the selection of pay referents
S Schneider, J Schupp
A methodological analysis of the questions on pay referents in the, 1-16, 2008
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