Compensatory advantage

On going research

Cozzani, M., Triventi, M., & Bernardi, F. (2020, February 19). Maternal Stress and Pregnancy Outcomes. Evidence from a natural experiment: the 2004 Madrid Train Bombings.

The Academic Greenshirting puzzle in Italy. School entry anticipation, social background and children’s outcomes (with Moris Triventi, University of Trento)

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Bernardi, F. (2014), “Compensatory Advantage as a Mechanism of Educational Inequality. A Regression Discontinuity Based on Month of Birth”, Sociology of Education, 87, (2), 74-88.

Bernardi, F. and Triventi, M. (2020), “Compensatory advantage in educational transitions. Trivial or substantial? A simulated scenario analysis”, Acta Sociologica, 63, 1: 40-62

Bernardi, F. and Graetz, M. (2015), “Making Up for an Unlucky Month of Birth in School: Causal Evidence on the Compensatory Advantage of Family Background in England”, Sociological Science, 2: 235-251.

Bernardi, F. and Cebolla-Boado, H. (2014), “Previous school results and social background: Compensation and imperfect information in educational transitions”, European Sociological Review, 30, (2), 207-217.

Bernardi, F. (2012), “Unequal transitions: selection bias and the compensatory effect of social background in educational careers”, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 30, (2), 159–174.

Working paper

Cozzani, M., Triventi, M., & Bernardi, F. (2020, February 19). Maternal Stress and Pregnancy Outcomes. Evidence from a natural experiment: the 2004 Madrid Train Bombings.