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Lindsey Macmillan
Lindsey Macmillan
Professor of Economics, Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunties
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Accounting for intergenerational income persistence: noncognitive skills, ability and education
J Blanden, P Gregg, L Macmillan
The Economic Journal 117 (519), C43-C60, 2007
7042007
Income inequality, intergenerational mobility, and the Great Gatsby Curve: Is education the key?
J Jerrim, L Macmillan
Social Forces 94 (2), 505-533, 2015
3172015
Who gets the top jobs? The role of family background and networks in recent graduates’ access to high-status professions
L Macmillan, C Tyler, A Vignoles
Journal of Social Policy 44 (3), 487-515, 2015
2012015
Intergenerational persistence in income and social class: the effect of within-group inequality
J Blanden, P Gregg, L Macmillan
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 176 …, 2013
1932013
Higher education, career opportunities, and intergenerational inequality
C Crawford, P Gregg, L Macmillan, A Vignoles, G Wyness
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 32 (4), 553-575, 2016
1872016
The impact of fathers' job loss during the recession of the 1980s on their children's educational attainment and labour market outcomes
P Gregg, L Macmillan, B Nasim
Fiscal Studies 33 (2), 237-264, 2012
882012
Educational inequality, educational expansion and intergenerational mobility
J Blanden, L Macmillan
Journal of Social Policy 45 (4), 589-614, 2016
862016
Education and Intergenerational Mobility: Help Or Hinderence?
J Blanden, L Macmillan
Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, 2014
832014
The role of education for intergenerational income mobility: a comparison of the United States, Great Britain, and Sweden
P Gregg, JO Jonsson, L Macmillan, C Mood
Social Forces 96 (1), 121-152, 2017
802017
Lessons from London schools for attainment gaps and social mobility
E Greaves, L Macmillan, L Sibieta
London: Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, 2014
802014
When and why do initially high-achieving poor children fall behind?
C Crawford, L Macmillan, A Vignoles
Oxford Review of Education 43 (1), 88-108, 2017
772017
Understanding the improved performance of disadvantaged pupils in London
J Blanden, E Greaves, P Gregg, L Macmillan, L Sibieta
Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics and …, 2015
752015
Do selective schooling systems increase inequality?
S Burgess, M Dickson, L Macmillan
Oxford Economic Papers 72 (1), 1-24, 2020
682020
Intergenerational worklessness in the UK and the role of local labour markets
L Macmillan
Oxford Economic Papers 66 (3), 871-889, 2014
672014
Social mobility, the class pay gap and intergenerational worklessness: New insights from the Labour Force Survey
S Friedman, D Laurison, L Macmillan
Social Mobility Commission 16, 17, 2017
632017
Moving towards estimating sons' lifetime intergenerational economic mobility in the UK
P Gregg, L Macmillan, C Vittori
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 79 (1), 79-100, 2017
592017
Poverty: the role of institutions, behaviours and culture
S Harkness, P Gregg, L MacMillan
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2012
532012
Family income, education and cognitive ability in the next generation: exploring income gradients in education and test scores for current cohorts of youth
P Gregg, L Macmillan
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 1 (3), 259-280, 2010
452010
Mapping the occupational destinations of new graduates
L Macmillan, A Vignoles
Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, 2013
442013
Is London really the engine-room? Migration, opportunity hoarding and regional social mobility in the UK
S Friedman, L Macmillan
National Institute Economic Review 240, R58-R72, 2017
382017
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