Michelle Jackson
Michelle Jackson
Assistant Professor, Stanford University
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Primary and secondary effects in class differentials in educational attainment: The transition to A-level courses in England and Wales
M Jackson, R Erikson, JH Goldthorpe, M Yaish
Acta Sociologica 50 (3), 211-229, 2007
4172007
On class differentials in educational attainment
R Erikson, JH Goldthorpe, M Jackson, M Yaish, DR Cox
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (27), 9730-9733, 2005
3912005
Determined to succeed?: performance versus choice in educational attainment
M Jackson
Stanford University Press, 2013
3032013
Education, employers and class mobility
M Jackson, JH Goldthorpe, C Mills
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 23, 3-33, 2005
2702005
Intergenerational class mobility in contemporary Britain: political concerns and empirical findings
JH Goldthorpe, M Jackson
The British journal of sociology 58 (4), 525-546, 2007
2652007
Education-based Meritocracy: The Barries to its Realisation
J Goldthorpe, M Jackson
Stato e mercato, 31-60, 2008
2192008
Ethnic inequality in choice-driven education systems: A longitudinal study of performance and choice in England and Sweden
M Jackson, JO Jonsson, F Rudolphi
Sociology of education 85 (2), 158-178, 2012
1822012
Personality traits and occupational attainment
M Jackson
European Sociological Review 22 (2), 187-199, 2006
1322006
The principles of experimental design and their application in sociology
M Jackson, DR Cox
Annual Review of Sociology 39, 27-49, 2013
1192013
How far merit selection? Social stratification and the labour market
M Jackson
The British journal of sociology 58 (3), 367-390, 2007
1132007
Disadvantaged through discrimination? The role of employers in social stratification
M Jackson
The British journal of sociology 60 (4), 669-692, 2009
1062009
Why does inequality of educational opportunity vary across countries
M Jackson, JO Jonsson
Determined to succeed? Performance versus choice in educational attainment …, 2013
982013
Bold choices: How ethnic inequalities in educational attainment are suppressed
M Jackson
Oxford Review of Education 38 (2), 189-208, 2012
752012
Educational fields of study and the intergenerational mobility process in comparative perspective
M Jackson, R Luijkx, R Pollak, LA Vallet, HG van de Werfhorst
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (4-5), 369-388, 2008
752008
Meritocracy, Education, and Occupational Attainment: What Do Employers Really See as Merit?
MV Jackson
University of Oxford, 2001
612001
Non-meritocratic job requirements and the reproduction of class inequality: An investigation
M Jackson
Work, Employment and Society 15 (3), 619-630, 2001
542001
Rebuilding walls: market transition and social mobility in the post-socialist societies of Europe
MV Jackson, G Evans
Sociological Science 4, 54-79, 2017
482017
How is Inequality of Educational Opportunity Generated? The Case for Primary and Secondary Effects
M Jackson
Determined to Succeed?: Performance versus Choice in Educational Attainment, 1, 2013
44*2013
La meritocrazia dell'istruzione ei suoi ostacoli
J Goldthorpe, M Jackson
Stato e mercato 28 (1), 31-60, 2008
222008
Social background and educational transitions in England
M Jackson
Determined to succeed, 253-279, 2013
202013
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