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  • Changing institutions: An experimental study of micro-level mechanisms

    Funded by an Aspasia Grant, Klarita Gërxhani will investigate how individuals, wishing to change institutions in the organization to which they belong, set about doing so. And what determines their likelihood of success.

  • Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey in Four European Countries (CILS4EU)

    The project focuses on the intergenerational integration of the children of immigrants in four selected European countries: Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Funded within the NORFACE programme, it is the first ...

  • ELITES: pathways to success

    The projects study success trajectories and intergenerational social mobility in the second generation and among peers of non-immigrant ancestry in major European cities.

  • GEITONIES: interethnic interactions in local neighbourhoods in European cities

    This EU funded programme is concerned with how interethnic interactions, in local neighbourhoods, in European cities, may influence the creation of a more tolerant, cohesive and integrated society.

  • GINI-Project: Growing Inequalities' Impact

    Funded by FP7, the GINI-project combines an interdisciplinary analysis that draws on economics, sociology, political science and health studies, with improved methodologies, uniform measurement, wide country coverage, a clear policy dimension and ...

  • Income Position of the Elderly in Different Welfare State Regimes

    This NWO funded project concerns an empirical test of the supposed existence of a trade-off or an inverse relationship between home-ownership and pensions provision.

  • Productive Skills, Positional Good, or Social Closure? Three Mechanisms for the Education Effect across Structural Institutional Settings

    This NWO funded project formulates a theoretical approach which connects various theories of why education has an effect on labour market outcomes (e.g. employment, wages, and flexible contracts) with structural-institutional settings in which ...

  • Remarriage in comparative perspective

    This research, funded by NWO MaGW, has as an underlying question how the causes and consequences of remarriage vary with the degree to which divorce is institutionalized in society.