Maarten HJ Wolbers
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Job mismatches and their labour‐market effects among school‐leavers in Europe
MHJ Wolbers
European sociological review 19 (3), 249-266, 2003
Patterns of labour market entry: A comparative perspective on school-to-work transitions in 11 European countries
MHJ Wolbers
Acta sociologica 50 (3), 189-210, 2007
Youth labour market integration across Europe: The impact of cyclical, structural, and institutional characteristics
M De Lange, M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
European Societies 16 (2), 194-212, 2014
The integration of young people into the labour market: the role of training systems and labour market regulation
RKW Van der Velden, MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe. The integration of youth into …, 2003
The effects of level of education on mobility between employment and unemployment in the Netherlands
MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 16 (2), 185-200, 2000
Trends in the occupational returns to educational credentials in the Dutch labor market: changes in structures and in the association?
MHJ Wolbers, PM De Graaf, WC Ultee
Acta sociologica 44 (1), 5-19, 2001
Educational attainment in the European Union: recent trends in qualification patterns
W Müller, MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe. The integration of youth into …, 2003
The effects of non-employment in early work-life on subsequent employment chances of individuals in the Netherlands
R Luijkx, MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 25 (6), 647-660, 2009
Single-parent family forms and children’s educational performance in a comparative perspective: Effects of school’s share of single-parent families
M De Lange, J Dronkers, MHJ Wolbers
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 25 (3), 329-350, 2014
How much does education matter and why? The effects of education on socio-economic outcomes among school-leavers in the Netherlands
RKW Van der Velden, MHJ Wolbers
European sociological review 23 (1), 65-80, 2007
Comparing the gender gap in educational attainment: the impact of emancipatory contexts in 33 cohorts across 33 countries
M Van Hek, G Kraaykamp, MHJ Wolbers
Educational Research and Evaluation 22 (5-6), 260-282, 2016
A Comparative Analysis of Transitions from Education to Work in Europe (CATEWE). Final Report [and] Annex to the Final Report.
E Smyth, M Gangl, D Raffe, DF Hannan, S McCoy
For full text: http://www. mzes. uni-mannheim. de/projekte/catewe/publ …, 2001
Inequality among older workers in the Netherlands: a life course and social stratification perspective on early retirement
M Visser, M Gesthuizen, G Kraaykamp, MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 32 (3), 370-382, 2016
Resultaten PISA-2018 in vogelvlucht
J Gubbels, A van Langen, N Maassen, M Meelissen
University of Twente, 2019
Employment transitions in the Netherlands, 1980–2004: Are low educated men subject to structural or cyclical crowding out?
M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 28 (4), 437-451, 2010
Learning and working: double statuses in youth transitions
MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe, 131-155, 2003
Intergenerational transmission of education across European countries and cohorts
M Van Doorn, I Pop, MHJ Wolbers
European Societies 13 (1), 93-117, 2011
Employment insecurity at labour market entry and its impact on parental home leaving and family formation: A comparative study among recent graduates in eight European countries
MHJ Wolbers
International journal of comparative sociology 48 (6), 481-507, 2007
Diploma-inflatie en verdringing op de arbeidsmarkt: Een studie naar ontwikkelingen in de opbrengsten van diploma's in Nederland
MHJ Wolbers
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Non-standard employment relations and wages among school leavers in the Netherlands
MR De Vries, MHJ Wolbers
Work, employment and society 19 (3), 503-525, 2005
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