Hösten 2015

 

2015-12-16

Matthijs Kalmijn (Department of Sociology - University of Amsterdam). 

Reservations about the link between marriage and health: Dynamic analyses of loss and gain effects

 

2015-12-08

Paul Nieuwbeerta (The Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology - Leiden University)

Intended and unintended consequences of imprisonment in The Netherlands. First results from The Prison Project

 

2015-11-24

Marie Evertsson (Department of Sociology - Stockholm University)

Institutional context, family policies and women’s and men’s transition to parenthood in eight European countries

 

2015-11-10

Reinhard Pollak (Berlin Social Science Center, WZB)

Why is there micro-class inheritance? Testing the association between parental micro-classes and respondents' occupational aspirations and placements

 

2015-10-27

Antonie Knigge (Sociology Department - Utrecht University)

Sources of Sibling Similarity. Status Attainment in the Netherlands during Modernization

 

2015-09-29

Herman van de Werfhorst(Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research-University of Amsterdam)

Early tracking in educational systems and various forms of inequality

 

2015-09-15

Fredrik Jansson (the Institute for Analytical Sociology - Linköping University). 

Ethno-Racial Homophily and Social Influence in Workplace Preferences: An Experiment on Mechanisms of Workplace Segregation

 

Våren 2015

2015-06-16

Kent Weaver (Georgetown University)

Pensions on autopilot? Sustaining automatic stabilising mechanisms in public pensions

 

2015-06-09

Joakim Palme & Olli Kangas

Welfare State Entry and Exit Over the Life Course: Stratification and Sustainability in Different Worlds of Welfare 

 

2015-05-26

Jane Waldfogel (Columbia University & London School of Economics)

Too many children left behind: The US achievement gap in comparative perspective

 

2015-05-12

Jenny Torssander (SOFI)

Family of origin and educational inequalities in mortality: Results from Swedish siblings

 

2015-04-28 

Conchita d'Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg)

Childhood Circumstances and Adulthood: The Effects of Financial Insecurity 

 

2015-04-14

Melinda Mills (University of Oxford)

Fertile Frontiers: A genetically-informed approach to fertility research

 

2015-03-31

Bruno Palier (Sciences Po)

The social dualization of Europe after the crisis

 

2015-03-17

Kelly Musick (Cornell)

Parenthood, time with children, and subjective well-being

 
2015-03-03
Lars Benjaminsen (The Danish National Centre for Social Research)
Homelessness and Evictions in a Scandinavian and European perspective 
 
2015-02-17
Stefan Svallfors (SOFI. Stockholm University)
The craftsmanship of policy professionals: knowledge in search for power
 

2015-02-03

Mikael Hjerm (Umeå University)

In the wake of extreme right electoral success: A cross-country comparative study of anti-immigration attitudes over time

 

2015-01-20

Sten-Åke Stenberg (SOFI)

Precariously housed in the welfare state: Power, paradoxes, and leaky funnels

 

 

Hösten 2014

 

2014-12-16

Susan Harkness (Department of Social & Policy Sciences - University of Bath)

The Effect of Employment on the Mental Health of Lone Mothers in the UK before and after New Labour’s Welfare Reforms

 

2014-12-02

Ryszard Szulkin (Institute for Futures Studies/Department of Sociology - Stockholm University)

Ethnic segregation and school results: Sweden 1998-2012

 

2014-11-18

Christiaan Monden (Department of Sociology - Nuffield College, University of Oxford)

Maternal Education and Under-5 Mortality in Low and Middle Income Countries: Do Girls and Twins Fare Better When Mothers Are (More) Educated?

 

2014-11-04

Magnus Nermo (SOFI - Stockholm University)

Family status and the gender wage gap in high skilled occupations – the importance of time-demanding job characteristic

 

2014-10-21

Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP - University of Lausanne)

Job market signalling, labour market disadvantage and activation

 

2014-10-07

Pearl Dykstra (Department of Sociology - Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Her and his life: How laws and policies shape the lives of men and women

 

2014-09-23

Ingrid Esser (SOFI - Stockholm University)

Matching of job preferences and job qualities in comparative perspective

 

2014-09-09

Mark Levels (ROA - Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics)

Mind the gap: Compositional, cultural and institutional explanations for numeracy skills disparities between adult immigrants and natives in Western countries

 

2014-08-26

Bruce Bradbury (Social Policy Research Centre-University of New South Wales)

SES gaps in child development in the US, UK, Australian and Canada

 

Våren 2014

 

2014-06-10
Olof Bäckman (SOFI - Stockholm University)
Causes and Consequences of Being Not in Employment, Education or Training as a Young Adult. Stability and Change in Three Swedish Birth Cohorts 

 

2014-05-27

Elina Kilpi-Jakonen (Department of Social Research, University of Turku)

Children of Immigrants Entering the Finnish Labour Market: Equal Opportunities or Persistent Barriers? 

 

2014-05-13

Michael Tåhlin

Motivation, effort, monitoring and economic rewards: Testing core claims of contemporary class theory

 

2014-04-29

Timo Kauppinen (National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland)

Housing careers of immigrants in the Nordic capital regions

 

2014-04-01

Erik Bihagen (SOFI, Stockholm University)

Class and Status the Chan and Goldthorpe Way - are they really two forms of stratification?

 

2014-03-18

Andreas Kjaersgård (Center for Comparative Welfare Studies, Aalborg University)

The Three Sides of the Equality-Coin: A Comparative Media Study of Danish and Swedish Newspapers 1996-2013

 

2014-03-04

Christer Gerdes (SOFI, Stockholm University)

Informed choice? The use and value of performance indicators when choosing among private providers of publicly funded employment services in Sweden

 

2014-02-18

Heejung Chung (School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent)

Employment insecurity and the role of institutions

 

2014-02-04

Catherine Hakim (The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, London)

Revisiting Preference Theory: Do lifestyle preferences help to predict behaviour?

 

2014-01-21

Nathalie Morel (Sciences Po, Paris)

Servants for the knowledge-based economy? The political economy of domestic services in Europe

 

2014-01-14

Hans Dietrich (Institute for Employment Research - Nuremberg)

From vocational aspiration to vocational attainment – The process of adapting vocational aspiration within the final year of compulsory schooling

 

 

Hösten 2013

 

2013-12-17 

Göran Therborn (Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge)

The Killing Fields of Inequality

 

2013-12-03

Tanja van der Lippe (Department of Sociology, Utrecht University)

The relation between work and family and quality of life in European countries

 

2013-11-19

Stefan Svallfors (SOFI, Stockholm University; Department of Sociology, Umeå University)

Policy professionals in Sweden - some thematic findings

 

2013-11-05 

Paola Mattei (Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford)

The Crisis of the Secular State in France: Religion and Diversity in French Schools

 

2013-10-22 

Daniel Clegg (School of Social and Political Science, the University of Edinburgh)

Active labour market policy and comparative welfare state analysis

 

2013-10-08 

Ive Marx (Department of Sociology, University of Antwerpen)

The Paradox of Redistribution Revisited

 

2013-09-24

Robert Mare (Department of Sociology, UCLA)

Multigenerational Stratification Processes: One and Two-Sex Approaches

 

2013-09-10 

Ida Öun (Department of Sociology, Umeå University)

Conflict and concord in work and family: Family policies and individuals' subjective experiences

 

 

Våren 2013

 

2013-06-18 

Anne Lise Ellingsæter (Department of Sociology and Human Geography, Oslo)

Institutional trust: family policy impact on fertility in Norway

 

2013-06-04 

Janne Jonsson (SOFI, Stockholm University & Nuffield College, University of Oxford)

The new immigrant health paradox: Youth mental wellbeing in comparative perspective

 

2013-05-14 

Jason Beckfield (Harvard University)

Job Security Provisions and Workplace Absence

 

2013-05-07

Markus Gangl (Goethe University Frankfurt

The Making of a Good Woman: Motherhood, Leave Entitlements and Women’s Work Attachment

 

2013-04-23

Maria Stanfors (Centre for Economic Demography/Department of Economic History, Lund University)

Fertility and the fast-track: Continued childbearing among professionals in Sweden, 1991-2009

 

2013-04-09

Emma von Essen & Jonas Karlsson (Department of Economics & SOFI, Stockholm University)

A matter of transient anonymity: Discrimination by gender and foreignness in online auctions

 

2013-03-26

Cecilia von Otter (SOFI, Stockholm University) 

Childhood occupational preferences and adult outcomes - Findings from a Swedish metropolitan cohort

 

2013-03-12

Rense Nieuwenhuis (IGS, University of Twente)

Institutional and Demographic Explanations of Women's Employment

 

2013-02-26

Johannes Lindvall (Department of Political Science, Lund University)

The Origins of Primary Education Regimes

 

2013-02-12

Michael Tåhlin (SOFI, Stockholm University)

Work careers, health and labor market exits

 

2013-01-29 

Liana Fox (SOFI, Stockholm University)

Can Parental Wealth Explain the Black-White Mobility Gap?

 

2013-01-15  

Staffan Kumlin (Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg) 

Election Campaign Agendas, Government Partisanship, and Welfare State Generosity

 

 

Hösten 2012

2012-12-13

Maria Charles (University of California - Santa Barbara)

Who Likes Math? International Trends Among Eighth-Grade Girls and Boys.

 

2012-12-04

Leslie McCall (Northwestern University)

The undeserving rich: American beliefs about inequality, opportunity, and redistribution

 

2012-11-27

David Brady (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin)

Paradoxes Lost and Found: Dimensions of Welfare Transfers, Poverty and Redistribution Preferences in Rich Democracies

 

2012-11-14

Wim van Oorschot (University of Leuven)

COMPARATIVE WELFARE STATE ANALYSIS WITH SURVEY-BASED BENEFIT RECIPIENCY DATA. The ‘dependent variable problem’ revisited introducing a new perspective on welfare state clustering

 

2012-10-16

Christopher Wildeman (Yale University)

Incarceration and population health in wealthy democracies

 

2012-10-02

Peter Hedström (Institutet för Framtidsstudier)

The role of networks in labor-market segregation

 

2012-09-18

Moa Bursell & Carl le Grand (Stockholms universitet)

Comparing fictitious and real persons: Explaining the unexplained immigrant-native labor market gap from register data - A replication of a randomized field experiment

 

2012-09-11

Rita Nikolai (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Restructuring secondary education: Determinants of school policy change in two German Länder

 

2012-09-04

Juho Härkönen (Stockholms universitet)

Diverging destinies in Europe? Education, family structure, and child well-being

 

Våren 2012

 

2012-06-12

Jaap Dronkers (Maastricht University)

Differences between the Educational Performance of 15-Year Old Daughters and Sons of Migrants in PISA 2009 and their Variation by Regions of Origin and Countries of Destination

 

2012-05-29

Heike Solga  (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin)

Education and economic inequalities – The social investment state under scrutiny

 

2012-05-15

Marie Sallnäs (Stockholms universitet)

Welfare resources among children in care

 

2012-04-17

Walter Korpi & Stefan Englund  (SOFI, Stockholms universitet)

Origins of Proportional Elections and the Postwar Decline of Western Income Inequalities: The Cunning of History in Electoral Model Choice

 

2012-02-21

Lars Lindblom (Umeå universitet)

Combining Democratic Equality and Luck Egalitarianism

 

2012-02-07

Robert Erikson (SOFI, Stockholms universitet)

Dimensions of social background and educational attainment

 

2012-01-24

Hiroshi Ishida

Comparative Social Mobility: Japan and Late-Industrializing Nations