Research in Social Stratification and Mobility

(The median citation count of Research in Social Stratification and Mobility is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Inequality in learning opportunities during Covid-19: Evidence from library takeout90
Who loses income during the COVID-19 outbreak? Evidence from China80
The polarizing effect of economic inequality on class identification: Evidence from 44 countries74
Social trust in the midst of pandemic crisis: Implications from COVID-19 of South Korea53
The effects of job displacement on job quality: Findings from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study51
Income inequality, economic growth, and subjective well-being: Evidence from China42
Ethnic inequalities at the transition from school to work in Belgium and Spain: Discrimination or self-exclusion?41
Differences between Hispanic and non-Hispanic families in social capital and child development: First-year findings from an experimental study34
The motherhood penalty and The fatherhood premium in employment during covid-19: evidence from The united states32
Inter- and intra-generational social mobility effects on subjective well-being – Evidence from mainland China28
Gender inequality and the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from a large national survey during South Africa’s lockdown26
A stalled revolution? What can we learn from women’s drop-out to part-time jobs: A comparative analysis of Germany and the UK20
Does gender equality increase economic inequality? Evidence from five countries19
Institutional constraints and the translation of college aspirations into intentions—Evidence from a factorial survey18
Do individuals with high social background graduate from more rewarding fields of study? Changing patterns before and after the ‘Bologna process’18
Who feels it? Income inequality, relative deprivation, and financial satisfaction in U.S. states, 1973-201216
Disparities in vulnerability to complications from COVID-19 arising from disparities in preexisting conditions in the United States16
The dynamics of credentialism: Ireland from bust to boom (and back again)14
Ethnic and social class discrimination in education: Experimental evidence from Germany14
Does coresidence with grandparents reduce the negative association between sibship size and reading test scores? Evidence from 40 countries13
Why are middle-class parents more involved in school than working-class parents?13
Racial and ethnic differences in student participation in private supplementary education activities12
Mizrahi-Ashkenazi educational gaps in the third generation12
The intergenerational effects of unemployment: How parental unemployment affects educational transitions in Germany12
The relation between social class and economic inequality: A strengthening or weakening nexus? Evidence from the last three decades of inequality in Italy12
Early labour market trajectories of intermediate and second generation Turkish and Maghreb women in Belgium12
The heterogeneous effects of parental unemployment on siblings’ educational outcomes11
The occupational mismatch amongst Palestinians and Jews in Israel: A new evidence from the LFS 2000–201011
Gender, caste, and education in India: A cohort-wise study of drop-out from schools11
Educational upgrading, career advancement, and social inequality development from a life-course perspective in Germany10
The impact of income inequality on self-rated general health: Evidence from a cross-national study10
The Hijab and Muslim women’s employment in the United States10
Class consciousness in a mature neoliberal society: Evidence from Chile9
Contributions of education to inequality of opportunity in income: A counterfactual estimation with data from China9
Conspicuous consumption among Hispanics: Evidence from the Consumer Expenditure Survey9
The vocational impact of educational programs on youth labor market integration9
Gender-oriented statistical discrimination theory: Empirical evidence from the Hong Kong labor market8
Gender differences in experiencing coronavirus-triggered economic hardship: Evidence from four developing countries8
Concerted cultivation in early childhood and social inequalities in cognitive skills: Evidence from a German panel study8
Lesbian, gay and bisexual earnings in the Canadian labor market: New evidence from the Canadian Community Health Survey8
Social background effects in the transition to a doctoral degree – Empirical evidence from a German prospective study7
Continuity and change in the American class structure: Workplace ownership and authority relations from 1972 to 20107
Do plans really matter?: Re-assessing the role of adolescent expectations in educational attainment7
Gender differences in the choice of field of study and the relevance of income information. Insights from a field experiment7
The suitability of tax data to study trends in inequality—A theoretical and empirical review with tax data from Switzerland6
Revisiting the welfare state paradox: A firm-level analysis from Japan6
Student mobility in Italy: The increasing role of family background during the expansion of higher education supply6
The role of the state and the pliability of tradition: Israeli Palestinian and Middle-Eastern Jewish women in the labor force6
Income inequality, emotional anxiety, and self-rated health in times of the coronavirus pandemic: Evidence from a cross-national survey6
Education as a mediator of the association between origins and destinations: The role of early skills6
Navigating the early career: The social stratification of young workers’ employment trajectories in Italy6
Social capital and self-efficacy in the process of youth entry into the labour market: Evidence from a longitudinal study in Sweden6
To work or to study? Postmigration educational investments of adult refugees in Germany – Evidence from a choice experiment6
Muslim women in the Canadian labor market: Between ethnic exclusion and religious discrimination6
Examining ethno-religious labor market inequalities among women in the Netherlands6
Cohorts and wealth transfers: Generational changes in the receipt of inheritances, trusts, and inter vivos gifts in the United States5
School–work systems in postindustrial societies: Evidence from Japan5
Intergenerational status mobility in nineteenth-century Korea: Evidence of Seoul household registers from 1897 to 19065
From quantitative to qualitative differences: Testing MMI and EMI in the Czech secondary school system in the first decade of the 21st century5
Peers that count: The influence of deskmates on test scores5
The heterogeneous economic returns to military service: Evidence from the Wisconsin longitudinal study5