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Richard Breen
Richard Breen
Professor of Sociology and Fellow of Nuffield College, University of Oxford
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Explaining educational differentials: Towards a formal rational action theory
R Breen, JH Goldthorpe
Rationality and society 9 (3), 275-305, 1997
32071997
Inequality of opportunity in comparative perspective: Recent research on educational attainment and social mobility
R Breen, JO Jonsson
Annual review of sociology, 223-243, 2005
18292005
Social mobility in Europe
R Breen, R Breen Jr
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2004
14192004
Comparing regression coefficients between same-sample nested models using logit and probit: A new method
KB Karlson, A Holm, R Breen
Sociological methodology 42 (1), 286-313, 2012
10792012
Nonpersistent inequality in educational attainment: Evidence from eight European countries
R Breen, R Luijkx, W Müller, R Pollak
American journal of sociology 114 (5), 1475-1521, 2009
9742009
Regression models: Censored, sample selected, or truncated data
R Breen
Sage, 1996
7991996
Total, direct, and indirect effects in logit and probit models
R Breen, KB Karlson, A Holm
Sociological Methods & Research 42 (2), 164-191, 2013
6692013
Explaining cross-national variation in youth unemployment: Market and institutional factors
R Breen
European sociological review 21 (2), 125-134, 2005
6262005
Analyzing educational careers: A multinomial transition model
R Breen, JO Jonsson
American sociological review, 754-772, 2000
5312000
Class, mobility and merit the experience of two British birth cohorts
R Breen, JH Goldthorpe
European sociological review 17 (2), 81-101, 2001
4892001
Long-term trends in educational inequality in Europe: Class inequalities and gender differences
R Breen, R Luijkx, W Müller, R Pollak
European sociological review 26 (1), 31-48, 2010
4652010
Understanding contemporary Ireland: state, class and development in the Republic of Ireland
R Breen, DF Hannan, DB Rottman, CT Whelan
Springer, 2016
4632016
Risk, recommodification and stratification
R Breen
Sociology 31 (3), 473-489, 1997
4231997
Foundations of a neo-Weberian class analysis
R Breen
Approaches to class analysis, 31-50, 2005
4192005
The persistence of the gendered division of domestic labour
R Breen, LP Cooke
European Sociological Review 21 (1), 43-57, 2005
3592005
Explaining change in social fluidity: educational equalization and educational expansion in twentieth-century Sweden
R Breen, JO Jonsson
American journal of sociology 112 (6), 1775-1810, 2007
3542007
Class inequality and meritocracy: a critique of Saunders and an alternative analysis1
R Breen, JH Goldthorpe
The British journal of sociology 50 (1), 1-27, 1999
3111999
Educational Expansion and Social Mobility in the 20th Century
R Breen
Social Forces 89 (2), 365-388, 2010
2982010
Testing the Breen-Goldthorpe model of educational decision making
WNTOBE EXPLAINED
Mobility and inequality: Frontiers of research in sociology and economics, 232, 2006
2882006
Interpreting and understanding logits, probits, and other nonlinear probability models
R Breen, KB Karlson, A Holm
Annual Review of Sociology 44, 39-54, 2018
2862018
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