Irene Prix
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Does death really make us equal? Educational attainment and resource compensation after paternal death in Finland
I Prix, J Erola
Social Science Research 64, 171-183, 2017
Resource compensation from the extended family: Grandparents, aunts, and uncles in Finland and the United States
J Erola, E Kilpi-Jakonen, I Prix, H Lehti
European Sociological Review 34 (4), 348-364, 2018
Gender and recent graduates’ occupational stratification: the interactive role of the educational and employment sectors in four countries
I Prix
Comparative education 45 (4), 545-568, 2009
Does Donald need Uncle Scrooge? Extended family wealth and children’s educational attainment in the United States
I Prix, FT Pfeffer
Social Inequality Across the Generations, 2017
More or different education? The joint impact of educational level and fields of study on earnings stratification in Finland, 1985–2005
I Prix
Acta Sociologica 56 (3), 265-284, 2013
Gender segregation within different educational levels: Austrian and Finnish trends in the light of educational reform, 1981–2005
I Prix
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 56 (6), 637-657, 2012
Limits of Meritocracy. How Fields of Study and Gender Segregation Affect Social Stratification in Finland
I Prix
Koulutussosiologian tutkimuskeskuksen raportti 80, 2014
Eriarvoisuus koulutuksessa
S Kailaheimo-Lönnqvist, E Kilpi-Jakonen, M Niemelä, I Prix
Eriarvoisuuden tila Suomessa 2020 (toim. Maija Mattila), 93-125, 2020
For Better or for Worse, for Nephews or for Nieces? Resource Compensation and Multiplication from Extended Family Members
J Erola, E Kilpi-Jakonen, I Prix, H Lehti
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