A Broken Social Elevator? How to Promote Social Mobility

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Communicative Functions in Children Raised in Three Different Social Contexts in Colombia: The Key Issue of Joint Attention
Results for the communicative functions, namely social interaction, joint attention (JA), and behavior regulation (BR), showed that the only function with no significant differences across SES was joint attention, supporting the hypothesis that the development of this function may be universal, in light of the fact that the Wayuú not only differed in terms of their socioeconomic status but also in their culture.
Generational Aspects of Inclusive Growth
Sharing economic benefits equitably across all segments of society includes addressing the specific challenges of different generations. At present, youth and elderly are particularly vulnerable to
Adapting welfare states and social security systems to the challenges of population ageing has been high on the policy agenda at least since the Second World Assembly on Ageing in April 2002. Related
Analyzing the roadblocks of Intergenerational Mobility: A year-to-year analysis of a national cohort of students
What are the factors that a ect social mobility? How are early adulthood educational and labor trajectories correlated with intergenerational mobility? This paper presents three contributions to the
Exploring the relation between income mobility and inequality at the regional level using EU-SILC microdata
This paper investigates empirically the impact of labour-related income inequality on income mobility in French and Spanish NUTS2 regions. We explore whether the negative relation between income
Rethinking Causality Through Children’s Literacies
  • J. Barreiro
  • Sociology
    Transforming Language and Literacy Education
  • 2020
Intergenerational transmission of disadvantage in Australia
This paper provides an overview of the Australian evidence on the extent to which socioeconomic disadvantage is transmitted from one generation to the next. While there is a large literature on the
Intergenerational Income Mobility in the UK:New evidence using the BHPS and Understanding Society
Using a new dataset combining the British Household Panel Survey and Understanding Society, I estimate the intergenerational income elasticity in the UK for individuals born between 1973 and 1991.
Turning Globalization 4.0 into a Real and Sustainable Success for All Stakeholders
  • Ivo Pezzuto
  • Economics
    Journal of Governance and Regulation
  • 2019
The paper aims to provide an overview of the major opportunities and challenges of the fourth phase of globalization in the current macro scenario characterized by a high level of economic and


Borrowing During Unemployment: Unsecured Debt as a Safety Net
This paper examines whether unsecured credit markets help disadvantaged households supplement temporary shortfalls in earnings by investigating how unsecured debt responds to unemployment-induced
Fiscal Policy in Latin America: Countercyclical and Sustainable at Last?
This paper analyses fiscal policy for several economies in Latin America, from the early Nineties to the 2009 crisis. We present original estimates of cyclically-adjusted public revenues for
Inefficient Short-Time Work
This paper shows that the reforms which expanded short-time work in France after the great 2008-2009 recession were largely to the benefit of large firms which are recurrent short-time work users. We
Roots of the Radical Right: Nostalgic Deprivation in the United States and Britain
Following trends in Europe over the past decade, support for the Radical Right has recently grown more significant in the United States and the United Kingdom. While the United Kingdom has witnessed
Does Job Corps Work? Impact Findings from the National Job Corps Study
This paper presents findings from an experimental evaluation of Job Corps, the nation’s largest training program for disadvantaged youths. The study used survey data collected over four years, as
The Pegida Movement and German Political Culture: Is Right‐Wing Populism Here to Stay?
This article outlines the rise and fall of the ‘Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West’ (Pegida), a right-wing populist street movement that originated in the city of Dresden in
New forms of social stratification are emerging. Much of our thinking about stratification - from Marx, Weber, and others - must be recast to capture these new developments. Social class was the key
Scolarisation à 2 ans et réussite de la carrière scolaire au début de l'école élémentaire
L'observation pendant les premieres annees de scolarite primaire d'un panel de 8 661 ecoliers que suit le ministere de l'Education nationale depuis 1997, montre que les chances d'acceder au CE2 sans
Evaluation of the extended pre-school provision for vulnerable two year olds pilot programme - Final report
The impact of the extended pilot programme on cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural developmental child outcomes, as well as the impact on participating parents is explored.