Institute of Sociology
Empirical Social Structure Analysis and Survey Methodology
|2018 – present||Ph.D. Candidate, University of Vienna (1st Supervisor: Bernhard Kittel). Working Title: Explaining preferences for redistributive taxation. Abstract.|
|2014 – 2017||MA degree in Sociology, University of Vienna
Thesis: What the eye does not see, the heart does grieve over. Income-tax-perceptions
in Austria. A sociological perspective (in German).
|2011 – 2015||BA degree in History, University of Vienna|
|2011 – 2014||BA degree in Political Science, University of Vienna|
|2022 – 2023||Project staff and co-PI "Work and Corona", University of Vienna, Faculty of Social Sciences,
Research Platform Governance and Digital Practices.
|2018 – 2022||University assistent (prae-doc), University of Vienna, Faculty of Business, Economics and
Statistics, Department of Economic Sociology.
|2017 – 2018||Project Staff, University of Vienna, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, Department
of Economic Sociology.
Cupesse - Culural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship, EU
FP7-SSH-2013-1, collaborative project.
|2014–2017||Student Assistant, University of Vienna, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Political
|2022S||Sociology of Labor Markets, MA-level, University of Vienna|
|2021WS||Introduction to Economic Sociology, MA-level, University of Vienna (hybrid)|
|2021S||Introduction to Economic Sociology, MA-level, University of Vienna (online)|
|2020WS||Social Research, BA-level, University of Vienna (online)|
|2020S||Social Research, BA-level, University of Vienna|
|2020S||Ungleichheit auf lange Sicht. Die Rolle der Besteuerung in der Entwicklung der modernen Staatlichkeit und ihre
Auswirkungen auf die Verteilung von Vermögen und Einkommen (together with Peter Aigner & Michael Adelsberger),
MA-level, University of Vienna
|2019WS||Sociology of Labor Markets, MA-level, University of Vienna|
|2019S||Sociology of Labor Markets, MA-level, University of Vienna|
|2018WS||Sociology of Labor Markets, MA-level, University of Vienna|
|2018S||Sociology of Labor Markets, MA-level, University of Vienna|
Social and economic inequality, limited information and biased perceptions, tax/redistribution preferences,
work values, quantitative methods (i.e. web surveys, multilevel analyses, experiments, and survey
|Fabian Kalleitner, David W. Schiestl, and Georg Heiler. 2022. Varieties of Mobility Measures: Comparing Survey and Mobile Phone Data during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Forthcoming in Public Opinion Quarterly, 86(4). [Prev. Working Paper].|
|Monika Mühlböck, Fabian Kalleitner, Nadia Steiber, and Bernhard Kittel. 2022. Information, Reflection, and Successful Job Search: A Nudging Experiment. Social Policy & Administration, 56(1), 48–72. [Prev. Working Paper @SSRN #3576740].|
|Licia Bobzien and Fabian Kalleitner. 2021. Attitudes towards European Financial Solidarity during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Evidence from a Net-contributor Country. European Societies, 23, 791-804.|
|Fabian Kalleitner, Monika Mühlböck and Bernhard Kittel. 2022. What’s the Benefit of a Video? The Effect of Nonmaterial Incentives on Response Rate and Bias in Web Surveys. Social Science Computer Review, 40(3), 700–716.|
|Bernhard Kittel, Fabian Kalleitner and Panos Tsakoglou. 2019. The Transmission of Work Centrality Within the Family a European Cross-regional Perspective. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 682(1), 106–124.|