Session 4

Friday: 9.00- 10.40 (5 paper session)


Ethnicity/Migration and Education: Room 1. Sheikh Zayed Theatre

  • Does the “migrant gap” find its roots in the period before formal schooling? A path-model of educational achievement in primary school. 
    Presenter: Stefanie Sprong
  • Intergenerational Consequences of Immigrant Selectivity: When Does Contextual Attainment Matter? 
    Presenter: Alessandro Ferrara
  • The Role of Older Siblings in the Educational Attainment of Children with and without Migration Background.
    Presenter:  Marion Fischer-Neumann
  • Understanding Ethnic Differences in Home Learning.
    Presenter: Leda Maria Bonazzi
  • What drives public attitudes towards birthright citizenship of children born in Italy to immigrant parents?
    Presenter: Victoria Donnaloja

Poverty and Social Policy: Room 2. Wolfson Theatre

  • Inequality Below the Poverty Line Since 1967: The Role of U.S. Welfare Policy. Presenter: Zachary Parolin
  • Intergenerational transmission of social assistance receipt: identifying vulnerable groups and additional risk factors.
    Presenter: Outi Sirniö
  • Social States and Income Inequality: How Neoliberal Ideals fail Social Mobility. Presenter: Nate Breznau
  • Persistent or short-term experience? – Poverty dynamics in Switzerland - A linked tax data-based analysis of poverty flows and drivers.
    Presenter: Lukas Hobi
  • Social security for all? Job loss, household income and income inequality in different welfare regimes.
    esenter: Selçuk Bedük 

Within-Family/ Sibling Designs: Room 3. Alumni Theatre

  • Birth Order at the Top of the Earnings Distribution. 
    Presenter: Per Engzell
  • Labour market trajectories of teenage mothers- and fathers – a sibling comparison study.
    Presenter: Sara Kalucza
  • Family Socioeconomic Background, Gender and Sibling Correlation in Education. An Analysis of Educational Inequality in Upper Secondary School in Italy.
    Presenter: Antonina Zhelenkova
  • Can we trust null effects in within-family designs? 
    Presenter: Martin Hallsten
  • The Effect of Parental Status and Child´s Sex on Educational Outcomes, Testing Trivers - Willard Hypothesis.      
    Presenter: Janne Salminen

Gendered Effects of Parenthood on Wages & Work: Room 4. Thai Theatre

  • Heterogeneous Effects of Childbirth on the Couple’s Division of Paid Workhours: the Role of Pre-birth Breadwinner Status, Family Policies and Gender Culture. Presenter: Fei Bian
  • Do parental leave extensions for father’s increase or decrease wage penalties? Presenter: Kathrin Morosow
  • Effects of Postponing Motherhood on Wages: A Comparison of West Germany and the United Kingdom.  
    Presenter: Linda Vecgaile
  • Gender inequality reinforced: the impact of a child’s health shock on parents’ labor market trajectories.
    Presenter: Maria Vaalavuo
  • Earnings penalties to motherhood and income inequality between couples with children: how do the US and the UK differ?
    Presenter: Susan Harkness

Social Origin, Education and Occupation: Room 5. NAB 1.07

  • Stratification in action: the relation between adolescent employment and higher educational attainment.     
    Presenter: Amit Kaplan
  • Heterogeneous Effects of Social Origin on Educational Mismatches – The Role of Class-Specific Traits and Occupational Skills.          
    Presenter: Marvin Bürmann  
  • When failure meets bad luck: The consequences of educational dropout differ by local economy and social origin.       
    Presenter: Kerstin Ostermann
  • Social inequalities in occupational attainment: using sibling data to estimate the total effect of family of origin and the role of education.
    Presenter:  Adriana Duta
  • Vocationally Qualified Alumni and the Labor Market.
    Presenter:  Jessica Ordemann      

Gender Composition, Segregation and Work: Room 6. NAB 1.15

  • Tailored to women, provided to men? Occupational sex segregation and access to flexible working time arrangements.
    Presenter: Aljoscha Jacobi
  • Trends in Gender Occupational Segregation – What Can We Learn from Computers?
    Presenter: Efrat Herzberg-Druker
  • Gender composition and the symbolic value of occupations: New evidence of a U-shaped relationship between gender and occupational prestige based on German microdata.
    Presenter: Sabine Krüger
  • Sexual Orientation, Workplace Authority, and Occupational Gender Composition: Probability-Based Evidence from Germany.
    Presenter: Stephanie Steinmetz
  • Gendered Workplaces, Networks, and Labor Market Inequalities.
    Presenter: Thomas Lyttelton

Wealth, Family and Mobility: Room 7. NAB 2.14

  • Wealth Homogamy: Levels and Causes in Germany and the United Kingdom.  Presenter: Nhat An Trinh
  • The Interplay of Intergenerational Family Positions and Wealth Trajectories in Different Life Phases.
    Presenter: Bettina Hünteler
  • The Concentration of Wealth within Family Lineages: Clans as Units of Analysis. Presenter: Doron Shiffer-Sebba
  • Decomposing wealth mobility in the US: The role of education and income. Presenter: Rafael Carranza
  • Wealth and post-secondary educational enrollment. Where is parental wealth more effective? A European comparison. 
    Presenter: Jascha Dräger