EUI picture at the ECSR congress 2018 in Paris (former professors, fellows, post-docs and former and current PhD researchers, some of them under my supervision)

PhD candidate supervision

(28 in total: 17 completed; 11 in progress)


Berkay Özcan (2008), The Effects of Marital Transitions and Spousal Characteristics on Economics Outcomes, UPF (co-supervision with Gøsta Esping-Andersen)

Alvaro Martinez Perez (2010), Couple Relationships: The Effect on Education on Gender Equality, ISER Essex (co-supervision with Malcolm Brynin)

Jonas Radl (2010), Retirement Timing and Social Stratification: A Comparative Study of Labor Market Exit and Age Norms in Western Europe, EUI (co-supervision with Martin Kohli)

Jenny Hannson (2013), Gender Inequality among Political Elites in Comparative Perspective, EUI

Alexi Gugushvili (2014), Trends, Covariates and Consequences of Intergenerational Social Mobility in Post-Socialist Societies, EUI (co-supervision with Martin Kohli)

Juana Lamote de Grignon Pérez (2015), Time Use, Income and Social Class: Shedding Light on the Social Foundations of Subjective Well Being, EUI

Carolina Zuccotti (2015), Social Mobility and Spatial Segregation among Ethnic Minorities in Great Britain, EUI

Michael Grätz (2015), Family Characteristics, Social Origin, and Educational Outcome, EUI

Chiara Comolli (2016), The Great Recession and Fertility, EUI

Mathilde Van Ditmars (2017), Family & Politics. The enduring influence of parental home in the development and transmission of ideology (Co-supervision with Alexander Trechsel), EUI

Anne Christine Holtmann (2017), Why are children from disadvantaged families left behind? The impacts of families, schools, and education systems on students’ achievement, EUI

Marit Rebane (2017), The start of inequality. Evidence from Italian Time-Use Data.

Macarena Ares (2017), A new working class? A cross-national and longitudinal approach to class voting in post-industrial societies (Co-supervision with Hans-Peter Kriesi), EUI.

Lela Chakhaia (2018), Trends in inequality in educational opportunities in Post-Soviet countries

Olga Griaznova (2018), Do origins matter? The effect of geographical and social mobility on preferences for redistribution, EUI

Estelle Herbaut (2018), From access to attainment: patterns of social inequality and equity policies in higher education, EUI

Gordey, Yastrebov (2019), The Demographic Echo of War and Social Mobility in Russia, EUI

Current Ph.D. researchers (provisional titles)

Lea Kroeger (2014-), Families, siblings and social inequality over the life-course

Giuliana Giuliani (2015-), The gendered patterns of age differences between partners in Europe

Diana Galos (2015-), How Do Social Origins Matter for Employment?

Marco Cozzani (2016-) Social Stratification in the Womb and its Long-Term Consequences

Carlo Gil (2016-) Mechanisms, Reforms and Structures: Three (or More) Essays on Inter-generational Social Mobility

Ilze Plavgo (2016-) Educational expansion and inequality in educational opportunity: The case of Sub-Saharan Africa

Chabot, Timothee (2017-) Social mixity and peer interactions at school. The impact of spatial segregation on the relational preferences of secondary school European students

Risto, Conte (2018-), Climate change and educational inequalities

María Del Mar Cañizares (2018-), Mechanisms underlying Educational inequalities

Alessandro Ferrara (2019-, to be defined)

Marcus Hagley (2019-, to be defined)