Dr Ines Zapf

Ines Zapf studied sociology at the University of Bamberg specializing in “Methods of Social Research” (Dipl.-Soz.). She worked as a student assistant at the State Institute for Family Research (ifb) completing her studies in January 2010. From February 2010 onwards she has been a researcher in the research department “Forecasts and Macroeconomic Analyses” at the IAB. In 2015 she gained her doctorate (Dr. rer. pol) at the University of Bamberg on the topic of “Traditional and modern forms of working time flexibility – Determinants of overtime work and working-time accounts on the labour supply and labour demand side”.