Dr Andreas Cebulla
Senior Research Fellow
SA Centre for Economic Studies
Faculty of the Professions
I work across disciplines, having originally started off as a sociologist working in urban and regional economics, then moving into social policy and welfare activation research and evaluation before returning to labour market, social and economic study via risk sociology and behavioural economics. If pushed, I'd say my specialist knowledge is in youth studies and 'active ageing', but I also have a sociological interest in workplace management, including the interaction between workplace cultures and employee attitudes and behaviour inside and outside the workplace. I have worked in survey design, and use quantitative and qualitative research methods, including meta-analysis and systematic reviews.
Public Engagement in Science in Technology Adelaide (PESTA) - https://www.adelaide.edu.au/stem/pesta/
National Institute of Economic and Social Research, London - https://www.niesr.ac.uk/
FACTAGE - Fairer Active Ageing for Europe - https://www.factage.eu/
MOPACT - Mobilising the potential of active ageing in Europe - http://mopact.group.shef.ac.uk/
Date Position Institution name 2015 Fellow Life Course Centre 2011 Senior Economist National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review German Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title — Flinders University Australia PhD — Coventry Polytechnic United Kingdom MA — University of Bremen Germany Diploma (BA hons)
Date Title Institution name Country 0 Community Development University of Ulster at Jordanstown —
Year Citation 2019 Barslund, M., Bauknecht, J., & Cebulla, A. (2019). Working conditions and retirement: How important are HR policies in prolonging working life?. Management Revue, 30(1), 120-141.
2019 Cebulla, A., & Wilkinson, D. (2019). Responses to an Ageing Workforce: Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom. Business Systems Research, 10(1), 120-137.
2019 Cebulla, A., Hudson-Sharp, N., Stokes, L., & Wilkinson, D. (2019). Work-Life imbalance in extended working lives: Domestic divisions of labour and partners' perceptions of job pressures of non-retiring older workers. Sozialer Fortschritt, 68(6-7), 289-312.
2018 Cebulla, A., & Whetton, S. (2018). All roads leading to Rome? The medium term outcomes of Australian youth’s transition pathways from education. Journal of Youth Studies, 21(3), 304-323.
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2017 Cebulla, A. (2017). The social orientations and ideologies of UK finance employees at the onset of the Global Financial Crisis. Capital & Class, 41(2), 239-261.
2016 Prast, H., van Soest, A., Blank, F., Logeay, C., Türk, E., Wöss, J., . . . Zaidi, A. (2016). Ageing in Europe. Intereconomics, 51(3), 112.
2016 Cebulla, A., & Bauknecht, J. (2016). Extending working lives - sticks and carrots to get the older unemployed back into employment. Intereconomics: review of European economic policy, 51(3), 134-139.
2016 Cebulla, A. (2016). Learning in a rich country: the normalisation of homelessness among apprentices in Australia. Journal of Youth Studies, 19(8), 1061-1076.
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2016 Cebulla, A., & Zhu, R. (2016). Disability, and social and economic inclusion: who is in and out of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme?. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 18(3), 256-268.
2015 Cebulla, A., & Goodwin-Smith, I. (2015). Apprenticeships in homelessness: a quantitative study. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 50(3), 277-296.
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2014 Ariza, J., Cebulla, A., Aldridge, J., Shute, J., & Ross, A. (2014). Proximal adolescent outcomes of gang membership in England and Wales. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51(2), 168-199.
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2014 Tomaszewski, W., & Cebulla, A. (2014). Jumping off the track: comparing the experiences of first jobs of young people living in disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Britain. Journal of Youth Studies, 17(8), 1029-1045.
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2014 Olofsson, A., Zinn, J., Griffin, G., Nygren, K., Cebulla, A., & Hannah-Moffat, K. (2014). The mutual constitution of risk and inequalities: intersectional risk theory. Health, Risk and Society, 16(5), 417-430.
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2013 Cebulla, A., & Tomaszewskib, W. (2013). The demise of certainty: shifts in aspirations and achievement at the turn of the century. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 18(3), 141-157.
2011 Predelli, L., & Cebulla, A. (2011). Perceptions of labour market risks: shifts and continuities across generations. Current Sociology, 59(1), 24-41.
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2011 Cebulla, A. (2011). A convergence of attitudes? Perceptions of social inequality and work in post-communist and ‘traditional’ European market economies. Sozialer Fortschritt, 60(3), 43-50.
2011 Appendix-Cebulla (2011). Sozialer Fortschritt, 60(3), 1-2.
2010 Taylor-Gooby, P., & Cebulla, A. (2010). The risk society hypotheses: An empirical test using longitudinal survey data. Journal of Risk Research, 13(6), 731-752.
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2009 Cebulla, A. (2009). Risk through the years - A statistical portrait of young people's risk perceptions and experiences relative to those of older generations. Journal of Youth Studies, 12(1), 39-56.
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2008 Greenberg, D., & Cebulla, A. (2008). The cost-effectiveness of welfare-to-work programs: A meta-analysis. Public Budgeting and Finance, 28(2), 112-145.
2008 Greenberg, D., & Cebulla, A. (2008). U.S. welfare-to-work programs: The good, the bad and the ugly. International Journal of Public Administration, 31(10-11), 1354-1379.
2008 Cebulla, A. (2008). Meta-Analyse – Eine Einleitung. Sozialer Fortschritt, 57(10-11), 249-250.
2007 Cebulla, A. (2007). Class or individual? A test of the nature of risk perceptions and the individualisation thesis of risk society theory. Journal of Risk Research, 10(2), 129-148.
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2007 Cebulla, A., Butt, S., & Lyon, N. (2007). Working beyond the state pension age in the United Kingdom: The role of working time flexibility and the effects on the home. Ageing and Society, 27(6), 849-867.
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2006 Smith, N., Cebulla, A., Cox, L., & Davis, A. (2006). Risk perception and the presentation of self: Reflections from fieldwork on risk. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 7(1), 9-1-9-15.
2006 Cebulla, A., & Greenberg, D. (2006). The effects of welfare-to-work programs in the United States: findings from a meta-analysis. Sozialer Fortschritt, 55(6), 139-145. 2005 Greenberg, D., Ashworth, K., Cebulla, A., & Walker, R. (2005). When welfare-to-work programs seem to work well: explaining why Riverside and Portland shine so brightly. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 59(1), 34-50.
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2004 Greenberg, D., Ashworth, K., Cebulla, A., & Walker, R. (2004). Do welfare-to-work programmes work for long?. Fiscal Studies, 25(1), 27-53.
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2004 Cebulla, A., Smith, N., & Sutton, L. (2004). Returning to normality: Substance users' work histories and perceptions of work during and after recovery. British Journal of Social Work, 34(7), 1045-1054.
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2004 Ashworth, K., Cebulla, A., Greenberg, D., & Walker, R. (2004). Meta-Evaluation: Discovering What Works Best in Welfare Provision. Evaluation, 10(2), 193-216.
2004 Cebulla, A. (2004). Risk events and learning from error: when are assessments of the risk of unemployment revised?. Risk, Decision and Policy, 9(4), 297-315.
2001 Cebulla, A. (2001). Funding supported accommodation: Financial and administrative implications of reforming housing benefit. Public Administration, 79(2), 457-468.
2000 Cebulla, A. (2000). The final instance-unemployment insurance going private? A study of a future social security scenario in the UK and Germany. Innovation, 13(4), 389-400.
2000 Cebulla, A. (2000). Trusting community developers: The influence of the form and origin of community groups on residents' support in Northern Ireland. Community Development Journal, 35(2), 109-119.
2000 Cebulla, A., Berry, J., & McGreal, S. (2000). Evaluation of community-based regeneration in Northern Ireland: Between social and economic regeneration. Town Planning Review, 71(2), 169-189.
1999 Cebulla, A. (1999). A geography of insurance exclusion: Perceptions of unemployment risk and actuarial risk assessment. Area, 31(2), 111-121.
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1996 Cebulla, A. (1996). Urban policy and local economic interests in Northern Ireland: A city comparison. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 20(3), 466-479.
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1996 Cebulla, A., & Smyth, J. (1996). Disadvantage and New Prosperity in Restructured Belfast. Capital & Class, 20(3), 39-59.
1995 Cebulla, A. (1995). Property-LED regeneration and job creation: The belfast case. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit, 10(1), 21-32.
Year Citation 2017 Cebulla, A., & Katz, I. (2017). Un(der)employment, Poverty and the Future of Work after the Global Financial Crisis. In K. Serr (Ed.), Thinking about Poverty (4 ed.). Sydney: Federation Press. 2008 Cebulla, A. (2008). The glacier moves? Economic change and class in Northern Ireland. In C. Coulter, & M. Murray (Eds.), Northern Ireland after the troubles: A society in transition (pp. 175-191). Manchester University Press. 2003 Adelman, L., & Cebulla, A. (2003). The dynamics of poverty and deprivation in the UK. In The Dynamics of Social Exclusion in Europe: Comparing Austria, Germany, Greece, Portugal and the UK (pp. 139-163).
2001 Cebulla, A. (2001). Coping with risk: Attitudes towards private unemployment insurance in Britain and Germany. In E. Schokkaert (Ed.), Ethics and Social Security Reform (Vol. 7, International Studies on Social Security ed., pp. 165-182). Aldershot: Ashgate.
2001 Cebulla, A. (2001). Flexibilität und soziale Sicherung in Großbritannien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des „New Deal“. In U. Klammer, & K. Tillmann (Eds.), Flexicurity: Soziale Sicherung und Flexibilisierung der Arbeits- und Lebensverhältnisse (pp. 585-636). Hans-Boeckler Stiftung.
Report for External Bodies
Year Citation 2005 Cebulla, A., Greenberg, D., & Bouchet, S. (2005). Report on a Meta-Analysis of Welfare-to-Work Programs. Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Year Citation 2010 Cebulla, A. (2010). Public Perceptions of the Police: Effects of Police Investigation and Police Resources. Internet Journal of Criminology.
Date Role Membership Country 2015 - ongoing Member The Australian Sociological Association Australia 2015 - ongoing Member European Sociological Association — 2015 - ongoing Member The Economic Society of Australia —
Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country 2015 - ongoing Board Member Journal of Youth Studies — United Kingdom 2006 - ongoing Board Member Sozialer Fortschritt — Germany
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