The direct effect of social origin (DESO)
On going research
The direct effect of social origin: heterogeneity, micro-class foundations and measurement” (with Carlos Gil, EUI), Revise and Re-submit, ESR
Bernardi, F. and Ballarino, G. (2016) (eds), Education, Occupation and Social Origin. A Comparative Analysis of the Transmission of Socio-Economic Inequalities, Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Bernardi, F., Ares, M. (2017), “Education as the (not so) great equalizer: new evidence based on a parental fixed effect analysis for Spain ”, EUI SPS working paper, 2017/06.
Bernardi, F. (2012), Social origins and inequality in educational returns in the labour market in Spain, EUI SPS Working Paper, 2012/05.