Mads Meier Jæger
Mads Meier Jæger
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Welfare regimes and attitudes towards redistribution: The regime hypothesis revisited
MM Jæger
European Sociological Review 22 (2), 157-170, 2006
4382006
Does cultural capital really affect academic achievement? New evidence from combined sibling and panel data
MM Jæger
Sociology of education 84 (4), 281-298, 2011
4072011
Equal access but unequal outcomes: Cultural capital and educational choice in a meritocratic society
MM Jæger
Social Forces 87 (4), 1943-1971, 2009
3232009
What makes people support public responsibility for welfare provision: Self-interest or political ideology? A longitudinal approach
MM Jaeger
Acta sociologica 49 (3), 321-338, 2006
3202006
Does parents’ economic, cultural, and social capital explain the social class effect on educational attainment in the Scandinavian mobility regime?
MM Jæger, A Holm
Social science research 36 (2), 719-744, 2007
2522007
United but divided: Welfare regimes and the level and variance in public support for redistribution
MM Jaeger
European Sociological Review 25 (6), 723-737, 2009
2172009
The extended family and children’s educational success
MM Jæger
American Sociological Review 77 (6), 903-922, 2012
2052012
A dynamic model of cultural reproduction
MM Jæger, R Breen
American Journal of Sociology 121 (4), 1079-1115, 2016
1782016
Deciding under doubt: A theory of risk aversion, time discounting preferences, and educational decision-making
R Breen, HG Van De Werfhorst, MM Jæger
European Sociological Review 30 (2), 258-270, 2014
1712014
Antisocial personality disorder as a predictor of criminal behaviour in a longitudinal study of a cohort of abusers of several classes of drugs: relation to type of substance …
M Fridell, M Hesse, MM Jæger, E Kühlhorn
Addictive behaviors 33 (6), 799-811, 2008
1502008
The effect of grandparents’ economic, cultural, and social capital on grandchildren's educational success
S Møllegaard, MM Jæger
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 42, 11-19, 2015
1272015
Inequality in learning opportunities during Covid-19: Evidence from library takeout
MM Jæger, EH Blaabæk
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 68, 100524, 2020
1262020
The effect of macroeconomic and social conditions on the demand for redistribution: A pseudo panel approach
MM Jæger
Journal of European Social Policy 23 (2), 149-163, 2013
1152013
The Effect of Terror on Institutional Trust: New Evidence from the 3/11 M adrid Terrorist Attack
PT Dinesen, MM Jæger
Political Psychology 34 (6), 917-926, 2013
1102013
Does relative risk aversion explain educational inequality? A dynamic choice approach
A Holm, MM Jaeger
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26 (3), 199-219, 2008
1092008
Cultural capital in context: Heterogeneous returns to cultural capital across schooling environments
IG Andersen, MM Jæger
Social science research 50, 177-188, 2015
1062015
Does left–right orientation have a causal effect on support for redistribution? Causal analysis with cross-sectional data using instrumental variables
MM Jæger
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (3), 363-374, 2008
1052008
Pressures on State Welfare in Post‐industrial Societies: Is More or Less Better?
MM Jæger, J Kvist
Social Policy & Administration 37 (6), 555-572, 2003
922003
“A thing of beauty is a joy forever”? Returns to physical attractiveness over the life course
MM Jæger
Social Forces 89 (3), 983-1003, 2011
812011
Economic and social returns to educational choices: Extending the utility function
MM Jaeger
Rationality and Society 19 (4), 451-483, 2007
782007
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