Tagungsbeiträge

Eingeladene Vorträge

Date

Location

Topic of theTalk

28.10.2022

Pennsylvania State University

Comparative and International Education Program's Speaker Series: „Effects of private tutoring on academic achievement and school allocation in Germany: The role of SES and gender. Findings from the German National Education Panel Study (NEPS)

15.06.2022

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Forschungsseminar "Empirische Schul- und Unterrichtsforschung": „Bildungsungleichheit durch Nachhilfe? Schicht- und geschlechtsspezifische Nutzung und Effektivität von Nachhilfe. Befunde des NEPS.“

20.03.2022

University of Zurich (UZH)

Lecture for CAS in East Asian Society, Policy, and Economy: „Education in East Asia: Transformation processes and change”

03.03.2022

The University of Tokyo

SSJDA Seminar lecture: “The role of institutional features for inequalities in study abroad participation. Evidence from Japan”

03.12.2021

The University of Hong Kong

CERC Shadow Education SIG: “Determinants and Effects of High-Impact Educational Practices at University for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States”

05.07.2021

Univ. of Edu. Schwäbisch Gmünd

Institute of Sociology: “Education: The Great Equalizer? Consequences of International Educational Upgrading for Social Reproduction in Schooled Societies”

20.02.2020

University of Oxford

Nissan Seminar: “New Horizontal Inequalities in Japanese Education? Why, When, and Under Which Conditions Japanese Students Pursue Study Abroad”

21.11.2019

University of Zurich (UZH)

Asian Orient Institute: “Persistence, diversity and implications of the Japanese shadow education market in times of Yutori Kyōiku and Gurōbaruka

01.08.2019

TU Dortmund

Center for Research on Education and School Development (IFS):“Shadow Education and Social Inequality in Japan”

06.11.2018

Universität Konstanz

Forschungskolloquium Empirische Sozialforschung: “Global Consequences of Educational Upgrading for Social Inequality: Worldwide Shadow Education - A Quantitative Analysis across 63 Countries.”

13.04.2017

The University of Hong Kong

Invited Video-Lecture for CERC Movie Afternoons:

“OECD PISA Videos: Shanghai and Germany”

03.03.2016

University of British Columbia

CJR Lunchtime Lecture Series: “Explaining the Persistence of Supplementary Education in East Asia: The Case of Japan”

Symposia, Panels, Workshops, Konferenzen

(13) Entrich,Steve R. & Kevin Wai Ho Yung (2023): “Shadow Education and Its Impact on Teaching, Learning, and Development”. The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2023 Annual Conference, Washington D.C. (US) (Role: Organizer, Chair & Convenor).

12 Entrich,Steve R. & Ami Kobayashi (2022):“Panel Bildung und Erziehung: Auswirkungen von Internationalisierung in Japan”; 18. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag, Contributors: Maria Blödel (CLARK NEXT Tokyo), Sho Fujihara (University of Tokyo), Kazuyoshi Kawasaka (HHU Düsseldorf), Ami Kobayashi (HHU Düsseldorf), Tomoko Kojima (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), Sabine Meise (w. Aff.), Ryoji Matsuoka (Waseda University), Hiroaki MIMIZUKA (Aoyamagakuin University), Hiroki Nakanishi (St. Andrews University), Nicolai Netz (DZHW Hannover), Matthias Pilz (Universität zu Köln), Shinji Sakano (Tamagawa University), Kemma Tsujino (City University Osaka), Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf (DE). (accepted) (Role: Organizer, Chair & Convenor).

11 Entrich, Steve R. (2021): “School Allocation and Labor Market Outcomes of Supplementary Education over the Life Course: New Ways to Maintain Inequalities?; Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, online (Role: Organizer, Chair & Convenor).

10 Entrich, Steve R. (2019): “The Consequences of Educational Upgrading: Persisting Inequalities?”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2019 Annual Conference, San Francisco (US) (Role: Organizer, Chair & Convenor).

9 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: No Reduction of Inequalities?”, Discussants: Mark Bray (University of Hong Kong), Soo-yong Byun (PennState College of Education), Florian Hertel (University of Hamburg), Hiroshi Ishida (University of Tokyo), Takehiko Kariya (Oxford University), Wolfgang Lauterbach (University of Potsdam), Katharina Spieß (DIW Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin (DE). Round-Table Conference (Role: Organizer, Chair & Convenor).

8 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Project Outline: Consequences of Educational Upgrading in Modern Societies: No Reduction of Inequalities?” Expert Workshop at Institute of Social Science, Universität Tokyo (JP) (Role: Organizer, Chair & Speaker).

7 Blechinger-Talcott, Verena, Katrin Gengenbach & Steve R. Entrich (2018): “GEAS Summer School 2018”; Institute of Social Science, Universität Tokyo (JP) (Role: Organizer & Speaker).

6 Kreitz-Sandberg, Susanne, Sabine Meise & Steve R. Entrich (2018): “Differenzierungsprozesse im japanischen Bildungssystem: Inklusions- und neue Exklusionstendenzen”; 17. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag, Freie Universität Berlin (DE) (Role: Organizer, Chair & Speaker).

5 Guill, Karin & Steve R. Entrich (2017): “Conditions and Effects of Private Tutoring”, Contributors: Steve R. Entrich & Wolfgang Lauterbach (University of Potsdam), Stefanie Hof (SKBF | CSRE), Karin Guill, Oliver Lüdtke & Olaf Köller (IPN Kiel), Barbara Otto & Christian Müller University Koblenz Landau), Discussant: Claudia Buchmann (The Ohio State University); Gesellschaft für Empirische Bildungsforschung (GEBF) 5th Annual Conference. Universität Heidelberg (DE) (Role: Organizer & Speaker).

4 Entrich, Steve R. (2016): “Factors Underlying the Demand for Private Supplementary Tutoring”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2016 Annual Conference, Vancouver (CA). (Role: Invited Chair).

3 Zhang, Wei, Mark Bray & Steve R. Entrich (2016): “The Changing Nature and Implications of Private Supplementary Tutoring”; XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES), Beijing Normal University (CN) (Role: Invited Chair).

2 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “School”, Berlin Interdisciplinary Education Research Network (BIEN) Annual Conference, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) Berlin (Invited Chair).

1 Entrich, Steve R. (2015 – 2016): “Social Science Educational Research Colloquium”; Professorship for Social Science Education Research, Department of Education, Universität Potsdam (DE) (Role: Organizer).

Ausgewählte Vorträge

(61) Entrich, Steve R. (2023):Social Selectivity in Study Abroad from a Comparative Perspective: Impact of National Internationalization Strategies in Germany, Japan and the United States.” The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2023 Annual Conference, Washington D.C. (US).

(60) Entrich, Steve R. (2022):“International comparison of shadow education at the micro and macro level”; The Education University of Hong Kong(CH).

(59) Entrich, Steve R. & Mona Syrbe(2022):“English as Lingua Franca: The Role of English Private Tutoring for English Grades and Study Abroad Intent - Findings from the German National Education Panel Study (NEPS)”; Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio (US).

(58) Entrich, Steve R. (2022):“Inequality in Educational Opportunities in Germany, Japan, and the US: A Comparative Perspective with Special Emphasis on Shadow Education”; The Education University of Hong Kong(CH).

57 Entrich, Steve R. & Sho Fujihara(2022):“Sozioökonomische Ungleichheit in voruniversitärer Auslandsstudienabsicht und tatsächlichen -aufenthalten”; 18. Japanologentag 2022, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf (DE).

56 Entrich, Steve R., Nicolai Netz & Ryoji Matsuoka(2022):“Was zählt wirklich für ein Auslandsstudium: Individuelle Merkmale oder Opportunitätsstrukturen? Eine Mehrebenenanalyse zu den Effekten nationaler Internationalisierungsprogramme auf die Auslandsstudierendenmobilität japanischer Studierender”; 18. Japanologentag 2022, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf (DE).

55 Entrich, Steve R., Nicolai Netz & Ryoji Matsuoka(2022):“The role of institutional features for inequalities in study abroad participation. Evidence from Japan”; 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Oslo (NO).

54 Entrich, Steve R. (2021)“Cross-National Differences in Inclusive Education Provision: Where Inclusive Schooling is More Successful and Why”; European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2021, Geneva (CH).

53 Entrich, Steve R. & Wolfgang Lauterbach (2021): “Geschlechts- und schichtspezifische Nutzung kommerzieller Nachhilfe: Kompensation für Jungen, Statusaufstieg für Mädchen? Befunde des NEPS” 18. Tagung der Fachgruppe Pädagogische Psychologie (PAEPSY), Pädagogische Hochschule Heidelberg (DE).

52 Entrich, Steve R. & Soo-yong Byun (2021):“Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States”; Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, online.

51Entrich, Steve R., Hiroki Nakanishi & Hiroaki Mimizuka(2021): “The Effects of Supplementary Education for Tracking Allocation in Germany”; Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, online.

50 Nakanishi, Hiroki, Steve R.Entrich & Hiroaki Mimizuka(2021): “The Effects of Supplementary Education for Tracking Allocation in Japan”; Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, online.

49 Entrich, Steve R. & Soo-yong Byun (2020):“Transnational Human Capital Accumulation and its Career Outcomes in the United States: Does Gender-specific Investment in Study Abroad Contribute to Social Inequalities?”; International Sociological Association RC28 Spring Meeting,Universität Turku (FI).

48 Lauterbach, Wolfgang & Steve R.Entrich (2020):“Structural Changes in German Secondary Schooling—Consequences of the Shift from a Tripartite to a Twopartite System: An Increase in Students’ Performance, a Weakening of the Social Gradient, Both, or None of Them?”; American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2020 Annual Meeting, San Francisco (US). Link: http://tinyurl.com/rl5coab

47 Entrich, Steve R. (2020):“Effects of the Yutori Policy Shift from ‘Selection’ to ‘Choice’ for Social Disparities in Japan.” American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2020 Annual Meeting, San Francisco (US). Link: http://tinyurl.com/sfjq64c

46 Entrich, Steve R. & Soo-yong Byun (2020): “Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individual’s Labor Market Outcomes in the United States”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2020 Annual Conference, Miami (US).

45 Entrich, Steve R. & Wolfgang Lauterbach (2019): “Gender- and class-specific disparities in private tutoring investments - Or: Status advantages through tutoring only for girls? Evidence from the German LifE Study”; International Sociological Association RC28 Summer Meeting, Princeton University (US).

44 Entrich, Steve R. (2019): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: The Emergence, Expansion and Universalization of Shadow Education Worldwide” ; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2019 Annual Conference, San Francisco (US).

43 Entrich, Steve R. & Wolfgang Lauterbach (2019): “The schooled population: Intended and unintended consequences of educational upgrading in modern societies on the reproduction of social inequalities”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2019 Annual Conference, San Francisco (US).

42 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading in Modern Societies: No Reduction of Inequalities?” Expert Meeting on DFG Project, Institute of Social Science, Universität Tokyo (JP).

41 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Measuring Institutional Change: Mixing Quantitative and Qualitative Methods to Understand Educational Change in Japan (Workshop)”; GEAS Summer School 2018, Institute of Social Science, Universität Tokyo (JP). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.25787.16163

40 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: Project Outline”; DFGProject Roundtable, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).

39 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “What is a PhD all about? Ways to plan your PhD” Annual GEAS Start-off Conference, Freie Universität Berlin (DE).

38 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Nicht-intendierte Konsequenzen der Bildungsexpansion in modernen Gesellschaften: Zunahme sozialer Ungleichheiten durch erhöhte Investitionen in Zusatzbildung in Japan?” 17. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag, Freie Universität Berlin (DE). DOI:https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.24218.08641

37 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “More Individual Choice? Students’ Share in Educational Decision-Making at the Transition to High School in Japan (1995-2009).” GEAS Open Colloquium, Freie Universität Berlin (DE). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.25102.82240/1

36 Entrich, Steve R. & Wolfgang Lauterbach (2018):“Geschlechts- und schichtspezifische familiäre Bildungsinvestitionen - Oder: Erhalten Mädchen aus bildungsnahen Elternhäusern eher Nachhilfe? Ergebnisse der LifE-Studie”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

35 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Which Japanese Study Abroad? Concerning the Accumulation of Transnational Human Capital in Japan and Its Impact on Social Disparities”; XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, Toronto (CA). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.32429.59363

34 Entrich, Steve R. (2018): “Worldwide Shadow Schooling and its Impact on Social Inequality: A Quantitative Analysis across 63 Countries”; XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, Toronto (CA). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.29074.15044

33 Entrich, Steve R. (2017): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading in Modern Societies on the Reproduction of Social Inequalities: Increasing Supplementary Education Investments in Japan?” Society for Social Scientific Research on Japan (VSJF) Annual Conference, Universität Wien (AT). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.16367.33449

32 Entrich, Steve R. (2017): “Japanese Avoid Going Abroad? Concerning the Accumulation of Transnational Human Capital in Japan and its Impact on Social Disparities.” The 8th Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (ACSS) 2017, Kobe Art Center (JP).

31 Entrich, Steve R. (2017):“Shadow Education as an Instrument of Social Closure? Contradicting Findings from the German LifE Study”; Gesellschaft für Empirische Bildungsforschung (GEBF) 5th Annual Conference, Universität Heidelberg (DE). DOI:https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.13311.36008

30 Lauterbach, Wolfgang & Steve R.Entrich (2017):“The schooled population: Intended and unintended consequences of educational up-grading in modern societies on the reproduction of social inequalities”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2017 Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (US).

29 Entrich, Steve R. (2017):“Explaining the Persistence of Shadow Education in East Asia: The Case of Japan”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2017 Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (US). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.22640.69124

28 Entrich, Steve R. (2016): “Inevitable Increase in Educational Inequality through Shadow Education?” Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference, Universität Bamberg (DE).

27 Entrich, Steve R. (2016): “Increasing Educational Inequalities in Japan? The Impact of Insecurity on Educational Choices from the 1990s onwards”; XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies(WCCES), Beijing Normal University (CN). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.33169.79206

26 Entrich, Steve R. (2016): “Social inequality through shadow education? Contrasting findings from the LifE-study”; LifE-Tagung 2016, Bildungsforum Potsdam (DE).

25 Lauterbach, Wolfgang & Steve R.Entrich (2016):“Educational mobility, aspirations and students’ competences in different grades of tracking systems - the case of Germany”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2016 Annual Conference, Vancouver (CA).

24 Entrich, Steve R. (2016): “Shadow education in Germany: Inevitable increase of social inequality or contribution to equal educational opportunities? Findings from the German LifE Study”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2016 Annual Conference, Vancouver (CA). DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.12813.28641

23 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Changing the course: Why shadow education remains strong in Japan”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

22 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Taking the risk: The impact of educational reforms on educational decision-making in Germany and Japan”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

21 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Access to Shadow Education: Who Decides to Invest in Shadow Education?”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

20 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Effects of Shadow Education. Achieving Educational Goals - Who Benefits from Investments in Shadow Education?”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

19 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Japanese Education in an Era of Change: How Japan’s Second Schooling System responds to Change.” Asian Conference of Education, Art Center Kobe (JP).

18 Entrich, Steve R. (2015): “Taking the risk: The impact of educational reforms on educational decision-making in Germany and Japan.” 13th Meeting of the German-Japanese Society for Social Sciences (GJSSS), German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo (JP).

17 Entrich, Steve R. (2014): “Japan’s Second Schooling System: Diversity in Supply as a Guarantor for Equality of Opportunities in Education?” Asian Conference on the Social Sciences, Osaka International Conference Center (JP).

16 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “The Transition from Middle to High School in Japan: The Impact of Students’ Educational Aspirations on School Choice and Shadow Education Investment.” 2nd International Conference on Transitions in Youth and Young Adulthood (TREE), Universität Basel (CE).

15 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “Students’ Influence on Educational Decision-Making at the Transition to High School in Japan.” Society for Social Scientific Research on Japan (VSJF) Annual Conference, Japanese German Center Berlin (JDZB) (DE).

14 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “Shadow Education in Japan: the Juku-Phenomenon.” DIJ Social Science Study Group, German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo (JP).

13 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “The Main Causes for High Investments in Shadow Education in Japan: How Students’ Educational Aspirations Outweigh Their Family Background.” World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES), Universität Buenos Aires (AR).

12 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “Außerschulische Bildung in Japan - das Juku-Phänomen.”, Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

11 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “Causes and Effects of Investments in Shadow Education in Japan - A Comparative Point of View.” Meeting of the Academic Workgroup of the 2011 Hyogo High School Students’ Survey, Kyushu Universität (JP).

10 Entrich, Steve R. (2013): “Education in the Shadow - Japanese Out-of-School Education from a German Point of View. Results from PISA 2009, HHSS 2011 and first JSTS 2013 Insights.” Social Studies PhD-Colloquium, Doshisha Universität (JP).

9 Entrich, Steve R. (2012): “Shadow Education and Academic Achievement in Japan – Findings from the 2011 Hyogo High School Students Survey.” Meeting of the Academic Workgroup of the 2011 Hyogo High School Students’ Survey, Universität Tokyo (JP).

8 Entrich, Steve R. (2012): “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?” Social Studies PhD-Colloquium, Doshisha Universität (JP).

7 Entrich, Steve R. (2012): “German and Japanese Education in the Shadow - Do Out-of-School Lessons really contribute to Class Reproduction?” Fourth Asian Conference on Education (ACE), Osaka (JP).

6 Entrich, Steve R. (2012):“Bildung im Schatten - Nachhilfe als Chance auf Bildungsausgleich für sozial Benachteiligte?” 77. Meeting of the Workgroup for Empirical Education (AEPF), Universität Bielefeld (DE).

5 Entrich, Steve R. (2012): University of Potsdam (DE): (1) “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

4 Entrich, Steve R. (2012): Poster-Presentation “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?”; Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2012, Universität Potsdam (DE).

3 Entrich, Steve R. (2011): “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan – A Comparative Study about the Influence of Private Tutoring Institutions towards the Educational Achievement of Students with different Socio-Economic Background”; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

2 Entrich, Steve R. (2011): “Bildung im Neuen Jahrtausend - Eine sozialwissenschaftlich vergleichende Analyse der Bildungssysteme der führenden Industrienationen USA, Japan und Deutschland“; Social Science Educational Research Colloquium, Universität Potsdam (DE).

1 Entrich, Steve R. (2009): “Der amerikanische Einfluss auf das japanische Erziehungs- und Bildungswesen nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg (1945-49) – Demokratisierung durch Kooperation?” Examenskolloquium Moderne Geschichte, Historisches Institut, Universität Potsdam (DE).