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Research Handbook on Intergenerational Inequality

The Research Handbook on Intergenerational Inequality is motivated by a core question in social science: to what extent does one’s family background and childhood experience predict success in life?
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Research Handbook on Intergenerational Inequality Elgar Handbooks on Inequality Edited by Elina Kilpi-Jakonen , Jo Blanden , Jani Erola , and Lindsey Macmillan

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The Research Handbook on Intergenerational Inequality is motivated by a core question in social science: to what extent does one’s family background and childhood experience predict success in life? Bringing together experts in their respective fields from across the globe, this innovative Research Handbook provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary account of the rich research on intergenerational inequality, focusing on its origins in sociology and economics.

Edited by:

  • Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, Associate Professor of Sociology, INVEST Research Flagship Centre, University of Turku, Finland
  •  Jo Blanden, Professor of Economics, University of Surrey, UK
  •  Jani Erola, Professor of Sociology, INVEST Research Flagship Centre, University of Turku, Finland 
  • Lindsey Macmillan, Professor of Economics, UCL Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities, University College London, UK

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