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Erzsebet Bukodi
Erzsebet Bukodi
Professor of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Oxford
Verified email at nuffield.ox.ac.uk
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Decomposing ‘social origins’: The effects of parents’ class, status, and education on the educational attainment of their children
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
European sociological review 29 (5), 1024-1039, 2013
4712013
Young workers, globalization and the labor market: Comparing early working life in eleven countries
HP Blossfeld
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008
2462008
Social mobility and education in Britain: Research, politics and policy
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
Cambridge University Press, 2018
2212018
The mobility problem in B ritain: new findings from the analysis of birth cohort data
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe, L Waller, J Kuha
The British journal of sociology 66 (1), 93-117, 2015
1932015
The effects of social origins and cognitive ability on educational attainment: Evidence from Britain and Sweden
E Bukodi, R Erikson, JH Goldthorpe
Acta Sociologica 57 (4), 293-310, 2014
1462014
Intergenerational class mobility in Europe: a new account
E Bukodi, M Paskov, B Nolan
Social Forces 98 (3), 941-972, 2020
1222020
The effects of the globalization process on the transition to adulthood in Hungary
P Róbert, E Bukodi
Globalization, uncertainty and youth in society, 177-215, 2006
1152006
Class origins, education and occupational attainment in Britain: secular trends or cohort-specific effects?
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
European Societies 13 (3), 347-375, 2011
1092011
Educational attainment-relative or absolute-as a mediator of intergenerational class mobility in Britain
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 43, 5-15, 2016
1082016
Market versus meritocracy: Hungary as a critical case
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
European Sociological Review 26 (6), 655-674, 2010
882010
The direct effect of social origins on social mobility chances:‘Glass floors’ and ‘glass ceilings’ in Britain
A Gugushvili, E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe
European Sociological Review 33 (2), 305-316, 2017
872017
Changes in intergenerational class mobility in Hungary, 1973–2000
P Róbert, E Bukodi
Social mobility in Europe, 287-314, 2004
802004
Social class returns to higher education: chances of access to the professional and managerial salariat for men in three British birth cohorts
E Bukodi, J Goldthorpe
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2 (2), 185-201, 2011
792011
Bad start: Is there a way up? Gender differences in the effect of initial occupation on early career mobility in Britain
E Bukodi, S Dex
European Sociological Review 26 (4), 431-446, 2010
792010
Social stratification and cultural consumption in Hungary: Book readership
E Bukodi
Poetics 35 (2-3), 112-131, 2007
752007
The conceptualisation and measurement of occupational hierarchies: a review, a proposal and some illustrative analyses
E Bukodi, S Dex, JH Goldthorpe
Quality & Quantity 45, 623-639, 2011
682011
Occupational mobility in Europe
E Bukodi, P Róbert
Eurofound, 2007
682007
‘Falling from grace’and ‘rising from rags’: Intergenerational educational mobility and depressive symptoms
A Gugushvili, Y Zhao, E Bukodi
Social Science & Medicine 222, 294-304, 2019
602019
Cumulative inequalities over the life-course: Life-long learning and social mobility in Britain
E Bukodi
Journal of Social Policy 46 (2), 367-404, 2017
572017
Who are the entrepreneurs and where do they come from? Transition to self-employment before, under and after communism in Hungary
P Robert, E Bukodi
International Review of Sociology 10 (1), 147-171, 2000
552000
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