Ph.D. theses, supervised by Jaap Dronkers

Last update November 17, 2015

 

Bakker, B. M. F. (1992): Sociale afstand, sociale status. De sociale status van werkenden, niet-werkenden en vrouwen. [Social distance, social status. The social status of employed, not-employed and women]. University of Amsterdam

Brands, J. (1992): 'Die hoeft nooit meer wat te leren'. Levensverhalen van academici met laaggeschoolde ouders. [Life histories of academics with low-educated parents]. University of Amsterdam

Jong, U. de (1992): De loopbaan doorlopen. Keuze en Selectie tijdens de loopbaan van basisonderwijs tot Open Universiteit. [Choice and selection during the careers from primary schools until the Open University]. University of Amsterdam

Meesters, M. J. (1992): Loopbanen in het onderwijs en op de arbeidsmarkt. Verticale en horizontale differentiatie in het voortgezet onderwijs: oorzaken en gevolgen voor de arbeidsmarktpositie van Nederlandse jongeren. [Careers in education and at the labour-market. Vertical and horizontal differentiation in secondary education: causes and consequences for the labour-market positions of Dutch youth]. University of Amsterdam. Homepage

Boon, J. (1993): Studeren bij de Open Universiteit als defensief onderwijs gedrag. [Studying at the Open University as defensive educational behaviour]. Open University, together with J.J. van Hoof

Grotenhuis, H. te (1993): Bijstandskinderen. Opgroeien aan de rand van de verzorgingsstaat. [Social Welfare children. Growing up at the edge of the welfare state]. University of Amsterdam, together with K. Schuyt.

Ploeg, S. W. van der (1993): The expansion of secondary and tertiary education in the Netherlands. Catholic University Brabant, together with J. van Wezel.

Blees-Booij, A. (1994): Culturele en economische beroepsstatus van mannen en vrouwen: een tweedimensionele ordening. [Cultural and economic dimensions of status of male and female occupations]. University of Amsterdam

Roeleveld, J. (1994): Verschillen tussen scholen. Kenmerken, effectiviteit en stabiliteit van onderwijsinstellingen in Nederland. [Differences between schools. Characteristics, effectivity and stability of schools in the Netherlands] University of Amsterdam

Mandemakers, C. A. (1996): Gymnasiaal en middelbaar onderwijs. Ontwikkeling, structuur, sociale achtergrond en schoolprestaties, Nederland, ca. 1800-1968. [Pre-university and senior general secondary education. Development, structure, social background and school performance, the Netherlands, C. 1800-1968]. Erasmus University Rotterdam, together with H. van Dijk. Homepage.

Vermeulen, M. J. M. (1996): Human Capital in the Hinterland. An analysis of causes and consequences of regional variation in educational participation. University of Amsterdam, together with P. Nijkamp.

Westerbeek, K. (1999): The colours of my classroom. A study into the effects of the ethnic composition of classrooms on the achievement of pupils from different ethnic backgrounds. European University Institute, together with Y Shavit.

Kornpetpanee, S. (1999): Internationalization of Universities. University of Amsterdam

Oonk H. (2004): De Europese integratie als bron van onderwijsvernieuwing [European integration as source of educational innovation. A study on the meaning and results of internationalisation of Dutch secondary schools]. University of Amsterdam. Homepage.

Mart’n Garc’a, T. (2005): Women's education and fertility in Spain. The impact of educational attainment and of educational choice on first, second and third births. European University Institute, together with G. Esping-Andersen.

Weenink, D. (2005): Upper Middle-Class Resources of Power in the Educational Arena. Dutch Elite Schools in an Age of Globalisation. University of Amsterdam, together with A. de Regt.

Garib, Y. R. (2006): Do You Feel European? A Social Psychological View on European Identity. European University Institute, together with E. Castano.

Marjanović, D. (2006): An Empirical Study of the Changes in the Attitudes about Nationality-Related Issues among the Serbian Population Related to the Political Context of 2000-02. European University Institute, together with A. Pavković.

Digol, D. (2007). Emerging Diplomatic Elite in Post-Communist Europe.  European University Institute, together with F. Schmitter.

HŠrkšnen, J. (2007). Jobless Couples in Europe. Comparative Studies With Longitudinal Data.  European University Institute, together with  G. Esping-Andersen. Homepage

Reiter, H. (2008). Dangerous Transitions in the 'New West' - Youth, Work, and Unemployment in Post-Soviet Lithuania. European University Institute. Homepage

Obelene, V. (2009). Discontinuity in Elite Formation: Former Komsomol Functionaries in the Period of Post-communist Transition in Lithuania and Belarus. European University Institute.

Tomaszewski, W. (2009). Multidimensional Poverty and Social Exclusion in Europe: a Cross-National Perspective. European University Institute.  

Vrooman, J. C.  (2009). Rules of Relief. Institutions of social security, and their impact. University of Tilburg, together with W. Arts.

Onzenoort, C. H. van. (2010). Als uitval opvalt. Studie-uitval in het hoger beroepsonderwijs. [Drop-out in vocational college] University of Amsterdam, together with U. de Jong.

Dunne, A. (2010). Dividing Lines: Examining the Relative Importance of between- and within-School Differentiation during lower Secondary Education.  European University Institute. Personal homepage

Alphen, S. van. (2010). Just Enough Education to Perform. The Labour Market Integration of Early School Leavers in a European Cross-National Perspective. European University Institute. Personal homepage.

Garriga, A. (2010). Consequences of parental divorce and family structure on children's outcomes in European societies: individual, cohort and country explanations. University Pompeu Fabra, together with P. Baizn and J. Subirats.

Vaalavuo, M. (2011). Towards an Improved Measure of Income Inequality. The Impact of Public Services on Income Distribution – An International Comparison. European University Institute.

Prokic-Breuer, T.(2011).  Three studies on the Sources and Consequences of Social and Cultural Capital among European Adolescents. European University Institute, together with Joop Hartog.

Lum, K. (2011). How Caste Works: Forging New Identities in a Punjabi Ex-Untouchable Community in Catalonia, Spain. European University Institute.

Nicola Pensiero (2012): Revisiting the Debate on Inequality. A Longitudinal Study using the British Cohort Study 1970. European University Institute. Personal homepage

Tomasz Drabowicz (2012): Digital Inequalities as Class Inequalities? A Comparison of Youth in Advanced Societies In- and Outside Europe. European University Institute.

Frederic Renkens (2014): The Discourse of Self-Actualisation under the Influence of Academic Institutional Frameworks and Social Background. Comparing StudentsŐ Narratives in French and American Elite and non-Elite Universities. European University Institute.  

Roxanne Korthals (2015). Tracking Students in Secondary Education. Consequences for Student Performance and Inequality. Maastricht University, together with L. Borghans. Homepage Full thesis

Silvia Consuelo G—mez Soler (2015). Civil Conflict and Education: How Does Exposure to Civil Conflict Affect Human Capital Accumulation? Evidence from Standardized Exit Exams in Colombia. Maastricht University, together with Jorge Restrepo. Full thesis

 

 

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