Margriet van Hek
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Cultural consumption across countries: A multi-level analysis of social inequality in highbrow culture in Europe
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics 41 (4), 323-341, 2013
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
Do schools affect girls’ and boys’ reading performance differently? A multilevel study on the gendered effects of school resources and school practices
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp, B Pelzer
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 29 (1), 1-21, 2018
Educational systems and gender differences in reading: A comparative multilevel analysis
M van Hek, C Buchmann, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 35 (2), 169-186, 2019
Organizational work–life policies and the gender wage gap in European workplaces
T Van der Lippe, L Van Breeschoten, M Van Hek
Work and Occupations 46 (2), 111-148, 2019
How do parents affect cultural participation of their children?: Testing hypotheses on the importance of parental example and active parental guidance
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics 52, 124-138, 2015
When Gender Stereotypes Get Male Adolescents into Trouble: A Longitudinal Study on Gender Conformity Pressure as a Predictor of School Misconduct
A Heyder, M van Hek, M Van Houtte
Sex Roles, 1-15, 2020
Family resources and male–female educational attainment: Sex specific trends for Dutch cohorts (1930–1984)
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp, MHJ Wolbers
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 40, 29-38, 2015
Are Female Managers Agents of Change or Cogs in the Machine? An Assessment with Three-Level Manager–Employee Linked Data
M van Hek, T van der Lippe
European Sociological Review 35 (3), 316-331, 2019
Gender inequality in educational attainment and reading performance: A contextual approach
M van Hek
Dissertation, 196, 2017
Schools as a Relatively Standardizing Institution: The Case of Gender Gaps in Cognitive Skills
DB Downey, M Kuhfeld, M van Hek
Sociology of Education 1, 2022
Student ICT resources and intergenerational transmission of educational inequality: testing implications of a reproduction and mobility perspective
RSM Loh, G Kraaykamp, M van Hek
European Sociological Review 39 (5), 804-819, 2023
Why Female Employees Do Not Earn More under a Female Manager: A Mixed-Method Study
M van Hek, T van der Lippe
Work, Employment and Society, 09500170221083971, 2023
Do female managers improve women's promotional opportunities?
M van Hek, AK Abendroth
Investments in a Sustainable Workforce in Europe, 190-204, 2019
Intergenerationele overdracht van cultuurconsumptie. Een empirische studie naar het belang van ouderlijk voorbeeldgedrag en actieve ouderlijke stimulering in Nederland
M van Hek, GLM Kraaykamp
Tijdschrift voor Sociologie 34 (3/4), 439-456, 2013
Why Jane likes to read and John does not. How parents and schools stimulate girls’ and boys’ intrinsic reading motivation
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics, 2023
Do students’ ICT skills pay off in math performance? Examining the moderating role of countries’ ICT promotive environment
RSM Loh, G Kraaykamp, M van Hek
European Educational Research Journal, 2023
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