Major non-Dutch publications, written by Jaap Dronkers

Last update March 11, 2016

 

Dronkers, J. 2016. “Islamic Primary Schools in the Netherlands” Journal of School Choice [Full text] DOI:10.1080/15582159.2015.1131508

 

Dronkers, J. & Heus, M. de. 2016 “Educational Performance of the Children of Immigrants in Sixteen OECD Countries” Pp. 264-290 In: A World in Motion: Trends in Migration and Migration Policy, edited by D. J. Besharov & M. H. Lopez. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Full text]

 

Korthals, R.A. & Dronkers, J. 2016 “Selection on performance and tracking” Applied Economics [Full text] DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2015.1130789

 

Braster, S. & J. Dronkers, 2015 “The Positive Effects of Ethnic Diversity in Classrooms on the Educational Performance of Pupils in a Multi-Ethnic European Metropole” Education and Society 33(2): 25-49 {Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & S. Avram, 2015 “What can international comparisons teach us about school choice and non-governmental schools in Europe?” Comparative Education 51(1): 118-132 [Full text].

 

Dronkers. J. & N. Kornder. 2015. “Can gender differences in educational performance of 15-year-old migrant pupils be explained by societal gender equality in origin and destination countries?” Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 45, 4:  610-634 [Full text]

 

Kalmijn, M. & J. Dronkers, 2015 “Lean on me? The influence of parental separation and divorce on children’s support networks in four European countries” Zeitschrift für Familienforschung/Journal of Family Research. Special Issue 27:  21-42 [Full text]

 

Korom, P. & J. Dronkers, 2015 “Nobles among the Austrian Economic Elite in the Early Twenty-First Century” Pp. 281-304 in Nobilities in Europe in the Twentieth Century. Reconversion Strategies, Memory Culture, and Elite Formation, edited by Y. Kuiper, N. Bijleveld & J. Dronkers. Leuven: Peeters [Full text]

 

Veerman, G.-J. & J. Dronkers, 2015. “Ethnic Composition and School Performance in the Secondary Education of Turkish Migrant Students in Seven Countries and 19 European Educational Systems” International Migration Review [Full text]

 

André, S., J. Dronkers & A. Need, 2014. “To vote or not to vote? A macro perspective. Electoral participation by immigrants from different countries of origin in 24 European countries of destination” Research on Finnish Society 7:  7-20  [Full text]

 

Bol, T., J. Witschge, H. van de Werfhorst & J. Dronkers. 2014. “Curricular Tracking and Central examinations: Counterbalancing the Impact of Social Background on Student Achievement in 36 Countries” Social Forces 92 (4): 1545-1572 [Full text]

 

Dronkers. J. & N. Kornder. 2014. “Do migrant girls perform better than migrant boys? Deviant gender differences between the reading scores of 15-year-old children of migrants compared to native pupils” Educational Research and Evaluation: An international Journal on Theory and Practice, 20:1 44-66. [Full text]

 

Lange, M. de, J. Dronkers & M.H.J. Wolbers. 2014. “Single-parent family forms and children’s educational performance in a comparative perspective: effects of school’s share of single-parent families” School Effectiveness and School Improvement 25 (3): 329-350. [Full text]

 

Unger, S. & J. Dronkers, 2014. “Do you really need a castle? Material inheritance and noble status symbols in present-day society” Virtus 21, 129-150. [Full text]

 

Avram, S. & J. Dronkers. 2013. “Religion and Schooling; the Europea Context” Pp 15-36 in Religious Education in a Multicultural Europe. Children, Parents and Schools, edited by E. Smyth, M. Lyons & M. Darmody. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Dronkers, J. & M. de Heus. 2013. “Immigrant Children’s Academic Performance: the Influence of origin, destination and community” Pp. 247-265 in PISA, Power, and Policy: the emergence of global educational governance, edited by H.-D. Meyer & A. Benevot. Oxford: Symposium Books. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., M. Levels & M. de Heus. 2013. “Migrant pupils’ scientific performance: the influence of educational system features of origin and destination countries” Large-scale Assessments in Education 1:10 [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & R. van der Velden. 2013. “Positive but also negative effects of ethnic diversity in schools on educational achievement? An empirical test with cross-national PISA-data.” Pp. 71-98 in: Integration and Inequality in Educational Institutions, edited by M. Windzio. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer. [Full text]

 

Unger, S. & J. Dronkers. 2013. “Why and how does the Dutch nobility retain its social relevance?” Virtus. Yearbook of the History of the Nobility. 19: 83-102. [Full text]

 

Veerman, G.-J., H.G. van de Werfhorst & J. Dronkers. 2013. “Ethnic composition of the class and educational performance in primary education in The Netherlands” Educational Research and Evaluation 19: 370-401 [Full text]

 

Vink, M.P., T. Prokic-Breuer & J. Dronkers, 2013. “Immigrant Naturalization in the Context of Institutional Diversity: Policy Matters, but to Whom?” International Migration 51(3): 1-20 [Full text]

 

Avram, S. & J. Dronkers, 2012. “Social Class Dimensions in the Selection of Private Schools: A cross-national analysis using PISA” pp. 201-224 in Private Schulen in Deutschland. Entwicklungen, Profile, Kontroversen, edited by H. Ullrich & S. Strunck. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

 

Dronkers, J. & M. Vink. 2012. “Explaining access to citizenship in Europe: How citizenship policies affect naturalisation rates” European Union Politics 13: 390-412 [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., R. van der Velden & A.Dunne. 2012. “Why are Migrant Students Better Off in Certain Types of Educational Systems or Schools than in Others?” European Educational Research Journal 11(1): 11-44. [Full text]

 

Erola, J., J. Härkonen & J. Dronkers. 2012. “More Careful or Less Marriageable? Parental Divorce, Spouse Selection and Entry into Marriage” Social Forces 90: 1323-1345 [Full text]

 

Prokic-Breuer, T. & J. Dronkers. 2012. “The high performance of Dutch and Flemish 15-year-old native pupils: Explaining country differences in math scores between highly stratified educational systems” Educational Research and Evaluation 18: 749-777 [Full text]

 

Avram, S. & J. Dronkers. 2011. “School sector variation on non-cognitive dimensions: are non-public but publicly supported more effective?” Educational Research and Evaluation 17: 115-139. [Full text].

 

Lancee, B. & J. Dronkers. 2011. “Ethnic Diversity in Neighbourhoods and Social Trust of Immigrants and Natives. A Replication of Putnam (2007) in a West-European Country” pp. 77-102 in: Social Cohesion. Interdisciplinary Theoretical Perspectives on the Study of Social Cohesion and Social Capital, edited by M. Hooghe (ed.), Brussel: Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van België voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten. [Full text]

 

Lancee, B. & J. Dronkers, 2011. “Ethnic, Religious and Economic Diversity in Dutch Neighbourhoods: Explaining Quality of Contact with Neighbours, Trust in the Neighbourhood and Inter-Ethnic Trust.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37: 1-22. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2010. "Features of educational Systems as Factors in the Creation of Unequal Educational Outcomes." pp. 299-328 in Quality and Inequality of Education. Cross-National Perspectives, edited by J. Dronkers. Dordrecht /Heidelberg/ London/ New York: Springer. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2010. “Rückgang der Homogamie im deutschen und österreichischen Adel im 20. Jahrhundert? – Ein Vergleich mit dem niederländische Adel” [Declining Homogamy of Austrian-German Nobility in the 20th Century? A Comparison with the Dutch Nobility] pp.251-273 in Adel verbindet – Adel verbindt. Elitenbildung und Standeskultur in Nordwestdeutschland und den Niederlanden vom 15. Bis 20. Jahrhundert, edited by M. van Driel, M. Pohl & B. Walter. Paderborn/ München/ Wien/ Zürich: Ferdinand Schöningh.

 

Dronkers, J. & S. Avram, 2010. "A cross-national analysis of the relations of school choice and effectiveness differences between private-dependent and public schools." Educational Research and Evaluation 16: 151-175. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & S. Avram, 2010. "A cross-national analysis of the relations of school choice and effectiveness differences between private-independent and public schools." Sociological Theory and Methods 理論と方法 25: 183-206. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., G. Felouzis & A. van Zanten, 2010. "Education markets and school choice." Educational Research and Evaluation 16:99-105. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & F. Fleischmann, 2010. "The Educational Attainment of Second Generation Immigrants from Different Countries of Origin in the EU-Member-States." pp. 163-204 in Quality and Inequality of Education. Cross-national Perspectives, edited by J. Dronkers. Dordrecht/ Heidelberg/ London/ New York: Springer. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & M. de Heus, 2010. "Negative selectivity of Europe's guest-workers immigration? The educational achievement of children of immigrants compared with the educational achievement of native children in their origin countries." pp. 89-104 in From Information to Knowledge; from Knowledge to Wisedom: Challenges and Changes facing Higher Education in the Digital Age, edited by E. de Corte & J. Fenstad. London: Portland Press. [Full text]

 

Fleischmann, F. & J. Dronkers, 2010. "Unemployment among immigrants in European labour markets: an analysis of origin and destination effects." Work, Employment & Society 24: 337-354. [Full text]

 

Fleischmann, F. & J. Dronkers, 2010.”The Socio-Economic Integration of Immigrants in the EU. Effects of Characteristics of Origin and Destination Countries on the First and Second Generation.” Pp. 258-283 in Growing Gaps. Educational Inequality around the World, edited by P. Attewell & K.S. Newman. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press. [Full text]

 

Prokic, T. & J. Dronkers, 2010. "The Differences in Attitudes about their Society Between 14 Years Old Pupils with and without an Immigration Background; A Cross-National Comparison." Journal of Research in Educational Sciences 1:55-67. [Full text]

 

Albertini, M. & J. Dronkers, 2009. "Effects of Divorce on Children’s Educational Attainment in a Mediterranean and Catholic Society. Evidence from Italy." European Societies 11:137-159. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2009. "Class." in The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History, edited by A. Iriye en P.-Y. Saunier. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & S. Avram, 2009. "Choice and Effectiveness of Private and Public Schools in Seven Countries. A reanalysis of three Pisa Data Sets." Zeitschrift für Pädagogik 55:895-909. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., G. Marks & J. Cresswell, 2009. "Introduction to this special issue Cross-national Studies in Student Performance with PISA and TIMSS Data." Educational Research and Evaluation 15:323-325. [Full text]

 

Mortelmans, D., L. Snoeckx & J. Dronkers, 2009. “Cross-Regional Divorce Risks in Belgium: Culture or Legislative System?” Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 50: 541-563. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2008. "Declining Homogamy of Austrian-German Nobility in the 20th Century? A Comparison with the Dutch Nobility." Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung 33:262-284. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2008. L'Educació com a pilar de la desigualtat. La politica educativa europea: limitacions i possibilitats. Barcelona: Fundació Rafael Campalans. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2008. "Education as the backbone of inequality - European education policy: constrains and possibilities." pp. 50-135 in Social Democracy and Education. The European Experience, edited by F. Becker, K. Duffek & T. Mörschel. Berlin /Wien/ Amsterdam: Friederich Ebert Stiftung / Karl Renner Institut / Wiardi Beckman Stichting.

 

Dronkers, J. & J. Härkönen, 2008. "The intergenerational transmission of divorce in cross-national perspective: Results from the Fertility and Family Survey." Populations Studies 62:273-288. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & P. Robert, 2008. "Differences in Scholastic Achievement of Public, Private Government-Dependent, and Private Independent Schools: A Cross-National Analysis." Educational Policy 22:541-577. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & P. Robert, 2008. "School Choice in the Light of the Effectiveness Differences of Various Types of Public and Private Schools in 19 OECD Countries." Journal of School Choice 2:260-301. [Full text]

 

Levels, M. & J. Dronkers, 2008. "Educational performance of native and immigrant children from various countries of origin." Ethnic and Racial Studies 31:1404-1425. [Full text]

 

Levels, M, J. Dronkers & G. Kraaykamp, 2008. “Immigrant Children’s Educational Achievement in Western Countries: Origin, Destination, and Community Effects on Mathematical Performance.” American Sociological Review 73: 835-853 [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2007. "Schools, religious." pp. 4052-4055 in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by G. Ritzer. Malden (MA), Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & M. Levels, 2007. "Do School Segregation and School Resources Explain Region-of-Origin Differences in the Mathematics Achievement of Immigrant Students?" Educational Research and Evaluation 13:435-462. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & H. Schijf, 2007. "Elites." pp. 1362-1364 in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by G. Ritzer. Malden (MA), Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. [Full text]

 

Garib, G., T. Martin Garcia & J. Dronkers, 2007. "Are the effects of different family forms on children's educational performance related to the demographic characteristics and family policies of modern societies?" pp. 27-50 in Changing families and their lifestyles, edited by E. Moerbeek, A. Niehof & J. van Ophem. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers. [Full text]

 

Tesser, P. & J. Dronkers, 2007. "Equal Opportunities or Social Closure in the Netherlands." pp. 359-402 in Unequal Chances. Ethnic Minorities in Western Labour Markets, edited by A. F. Heath & S. Y. Cheung. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Full text]

 

Corten, R. & J. Dronkers, 2006. "School Achievement of Pupils From the Lower Strata in Public, Private Government-Dependent and Private Government-Independent Schools: A cross-national test of the Coleman-Hoffer thesis." Educational Research and Evaluation 12:179-208. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2006. "Ethnic Riots in French Banlieus." The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville 27:61-76. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., J. Baumert & K. Schwippert, 2006. "Are German non-public secondary schools more effective in reaching cognitive and non-cognitive educational goals." International Journal for Educational Law and Policy 2:4-14.

 

Dronkers, J. & J. Hox, 2006. “The Importance of the Common Family Background for the Similarity of Divorce Risks of Siblings: a Multilevel Event History Analysis” pp. 217-238 in Multilevel Issues in Social Systems, edited by F. J. Yammarino & F. Dansereau. Amsterdam, etc.: Elsevier. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., M. Kalmijn & M. Wagner, 2006. "Causes and Consequences of Divorce: Cross-national and Cohort Differences, an Introduction to this Special Issue." European Sociological Review 22:479-481. Special issue on Divorce, edited by Jaap Dronkers [Full text]

 

Härkönen, J. & J. Dronkers, 2006. "Stability and Change in the Educational Gradient of Divorce. A Comparison of Seventeen Countries." European Sociological Review 22:501-507. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & W. Hemsing, 2005. "Differences in Educational Attainment and Religious Socialization of Ex-Pupils from Grammar Schools with Public, Catholic, Protestant, and Private Backgrounds in the German State of Nordrhein-Westfalen during the 1970s and 1980s." International Journal of Educational Policy, Research, & Practice 5:73-93.

 

Dronkers, J. & P. Róbert, 2005. “A különböző fenntartású iskolák hatékonysága: nemzetközi összehasonlítás” [Effectiveness of schools with different funding source: an international comparison]. Educatio :519-533. [Full text]

 

Dijkstra, A., J. Dronkers & S. Karsten, 2004. "Private Schools as Public Provision for Education: School Choice and market Forces in the Netherlands." pp. 67-90 in Educating Citizens. International Perspectives on Civic Values and School Choice, edited by P. J. Wolf & S. Macedo. Washington DC: Brookings Institute Press. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2004. "Do Public and Religious Schools Really Differ? Assessing the European Evidence." pp. 287-314 in Educating Citizens. International Perspectives on Civic Values and School Choice, edited by P. J. Wolf & S. Macedo. Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & P. Róbert, 2004. "Has educational sector any impact on school effectiveness in Hungary? A comparison of the public and the newly established religious grammar schools." European Societies 6:205-236. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & H. Schijf, 2004. "The transmission of elite positions among Dutch nobility during the 20th century." pp. 65-82 in Adel und Moderne. Deutschland im europäischen Vergleich im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, edited by E. Conze & M. Wienfort. Köln, Weimar & Wien: Böhlau Verlag.

 

Lont, A. & J. Dronkers, 2004. "Parental Divorce and the Well-being of Adolescent Children. Changes between 1984-1999 in the Netherlands." pp. 249-270 in Challenges for Quality of Life in the Contemporary World. Advances in quality-of-life studies, theory and research, edited by W. Glatzer, S. von Below & M. Stoffregen, Dordrecht, Boston & London: Kluwer. [Full text].

 

Schijf, H., Dronkers, J. & Broeke-George, J van den, 2004. “Recruitment of members of Dutch noble and high-bourgeois families to elite positions in the 20th century”. Social Science Information 43: 435-475. [Full text]

 

Uerz, D., H. Dekkers, A. A. Beguin & J. Dronkers, 2004. "Mathematics and Language Skills and the Choice of Science Subjects in Secondary Education." Educational Research and Evaluation 10:163-184, 559. [Full text]

 

Dijkstra, A. B. & J. Dronkers, 2003. "La scelta scolastica fra fornitura privata e regole centralizzate." [School choice between private delivery and central regulations] pp. 19-30 in Scelta familiare e autonomia scolastica in Europa, edited by L. Ribolzi & A. M. Maccarini. Milano: FrancoAngeli.

 

Dronkers, J., 2003. "Has the Dutch Nobility Retained its Social Relevance during the 20th Century?" European Sociological Review 19:81-96. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 2003. "Marrying Cross-Nationally: Another Road to a European Community?" EUI review, spring: 8-9. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J, 2003. "Più scelta familiare in Europa? Una rassegna delle differenze di efficacia tra scula pubblica e scuola confessionale in alcune societá europee." [More choice by the family in Europe? A review of effectiveness differences between public and religious schools in various European countries] pp. 9- 18 in Scelta familiare e autonomia scolastica in Europa, edited by L. Ribolzi & A. M. Maccarini. Milano: FrangoAngeli.

 

Pong, S.-l, J. Dronkers en G. Hampden-Thompson, 2003. "Family Policies and Children's School Achievement in Single- Versus Two-Parent Families." Journal of Marriage and Family 65:681-699. [Full text]

 

Dijkstra, A. B. & J. Dronkers, 2002. "Civil Society as Equilibrium: Governance and Choice in Education: Between Private Delivery and Central Regulation." pp. 325-341 in The International Handbook on Sociology of Education: An International Assessment of New Research and Theory, edited by C. A. Torres & A. Antikainen. Lanham (MD): Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Dronkers, J., 2002. "Die Unterschiede zwischen dem Adel des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts aus Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Utrecht und Deutschland." [Differences between Dutch nobility of the 20th century living in Amsterdam, the Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht and Germany] pp. 81-91 in Amsterdam und Berlin: Konzepte, Strukturen und städtische Quartiere, edited by K. Adelhof, H. Pethe en M. Schulz. Berlin: Geographisches Institut der Humboldt-Universität.

 

Dronkers, J. & G. Garib, 2002. "Are EUI alumni becoming a transnational elite?" EUI Review, autumn: 3-5. [Full text]

 

Engelhardt, H., H. Trappe & J. Dronkers, 2002. "Differences in Family Policy and the Intergenerational Transmission of Divorce: A Comparison between the former East and West Germany." Demographic Research 6:296-324. [Full text] Also published in: Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2003. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences.

 

Dijkstra, A. B. & J. Dronkers, 2001. "Church, State, and Civil Society: The Netherland's System of Schooling." pp. 63-80 in Education between State, Markets, and Civil Society. Comparative Perspectives, edited by H.-D. Meyer & W. L. Boyd. Mahwah (New Jersey), London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Dronkers, J., 2001. "Differences between and within urban and rural twentieth-century Dutch nobility." The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences 37:155-168 [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., J. Baumert & K. Schwippert, 2001. "Erzielen deutsche, weiterführende Privatschulen bessere kognitive und nicht-kognitive Resultate?" [Do German secondary religious schools obtain better cognitive and non-cognitive results?] pp. 29-45 in Berlin und Amsterdam. Globalisierung und Segregation, edited by L. Deben & J. van de Van. Amsterdam: Spinhuis

 

Dijkstra, A. B. & J. Dronkers, 2000. "Education between State and Private Delivery: Civil Society as Equilibrium. The Dutch Case." pp. 105-120 in Education Contested. Changing Relations between State, Market and Civil Society in Modern European Education, edited by J. L. Peschar & M. van der Wal. Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.

 

Dronkers, J., 1999. "The Effects of Parental Conflicts and Divorce on the Well-being of Pupils in Dutch Secondary Education." European Sociological Review 15:195-212. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & W. Hemsing, 1999. "Effektivität öffentlichen, kirchlichen und privaten Gymnasialunterrichts. Bildungs-, Berufs- und Sozialisationeffekte in nordrhein-westfälischen Gymnasien." [Effectiveness of public, religious and private grammar schools in the German state Nordrhein-Westfalen] Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 2:247-261. [Full text]

 

Ruigrok, H. & J. Dronkers, 1999. "Promueve un régimen conservador autoritario la importancia de la familia? Tendencias en la semejanza en el logro educativo y ocupacional en España de hermanos de diferentes cohortes de nacimiento." [Does a conservative authoritarian regime promote the importance of the family? Trends in the resemblance in educational and occupational attainment of Spanish siblings from different birth cohorts] Revista Complutense de Educación 10:215-241. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & S. M. M. Hillege, 1998. "Board Membership of Traditional Male Fraternities and Access to Dutch Elites: A Disappearing Avenue to Elite Positions?" European Sociological Review 14:191-204. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & S. W. van der Ploeg, 1997. "Educational Expansion: Sociological Perspectives." pp. 437-443 in International Encyclopaedia of Sociology of Education, edited by L. J. Saha. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

 

Dronkers, J., A. Wesselingh & J. Rupp, 1997. "La sociologie de l'éducation aux Pays-Bas: entre la recherche transnationale et la politique sociale." [Dutch Sociology of Education: between transnational studies and social policy] pp. 71-96 in Sociologie de l'éducation en Europe depuis 1945, edited by P. Zagefka. Fontenay-aux-Roses (France): ENS Éditions Fontenay/Saint-Cloud.

 

Beekenkamp, G. G. & J. Dronkers, 1997. "The Recruitment of Chief Executives of the largest Dutch corporations: the absence of elite education." The Athens Journal of Education 1:26-44.  [full text]

 

Borgers, N., J. Dronkers & B. van Praag. 1996. "Different forms of two and lone-parent families and the well-being of their children in secondary education." Social Psychology of Education 1:147-169. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1996. "Dutch public and religious schools between state and market. A balance between parental choice and national policy?" Zeitschrift für Pädagogik 35:51-66.

 

Dronkers, J., H. Schijf, B. van Wolput & J. Rupp, 1996. "A University Degree as Gateway to the Dutch Political and Administrative Elites from 1815 to 1960." The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences 32:81-89.

 

Hox, J. J., J. Dronkers, M. Evans & J. Kelley, 1996. "A comparison of some multilevel sibling models." pp. 19-28 in Multilevel Analysis with Structural Equation Models, edited by H. Ernste. Zürich: Gruppe für Quantitative Geographie und Humanökologie, Geographisches Institut ETH Zürich.

 

Toka, G. & J. Dronkers. 1996. "Sibling Resemblance in Educational Attainment, Occupational Prestige and Material Wealth in Hungary during the State Socialist Regime." European Sociological Review 12:251-269. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1995. "The Existence of Parental Choice in the Netherlands." Educational Policy 9:227-243. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1995. "The effects of the occupations of working mothers on the educational inequality." Educational Research and Evaluation 1:226-246. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1994. "The Changing Effects of Lone Families on the Educational Attainment of their Children in a European Welfare State." Sociology 28:171-192. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1994. "Intergenerational effects of unemployment and disablement in a welfare state." Education and Society 12:3-21.  [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1994. "Social Mobility, Social Stratification, and Education." pp. 5548-5554 in The International Encyclopaedia of Education, edited by T. Husen & T. N. Postlethwaite. Oxford, New York, Tokyo: Pergamon.

 

Hof, L. van 't & J. Dronkers, 1994. "Differences in educational attainment of children from various groups of recent immigrants in the Netherlands: class, family or migrant culture?" Migration 26:5-48. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1993. "The Causes of Growth of English education in the Netherlands: class or internationalisation." European Journal of Education 28:295-308. Reprinted in Towards a European Nation? Political Trends in Europe. East and West, Center and Periphery, edited by M. Haller & R. Richter. Armonk (N.Y.)/ London: Sharpe. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1993. "Educational expansion and economic output in a European industrial nation during 1960-1980: the Netherlands." pp. 33-52 in International Perspectives on Education and Society. Education and Social Change, edited by A. Yogev & J. Dronkers. Greenwich (Con.) / London: JAI Press.

 

Dronkers, J., 1993. "Educational Reform in the Netherlands: Did it Change the Impact of Parental Occupation and Education?" Sociology of Education 66:262-277. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1993. "The Precarious Balance between General and Vocational Education in the Netherlands." European Journal of Education 28:197-208. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1992. "Impact of parental occupation and education on transitions of female pupils in primary and secondary school before and after educational reforms in the Netherlands." pp. 453-480 in Dynamics of Cohort and Generations Research. Proceedings of a Symposium held on 12, 13 and 14 December 1991 at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, edited by H. A. Becker. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers.

 

Dronkers, J., 1992. "Is the Importance of Family Decreasing? Evidence Regarding Dutch Sibling Data on Educational Attainment." pp. 267-278 in Adolescence, Careers, and Cultures, edited by W. Meeus, M. de Goede, W. Kox & K. Hurrelmann. Berlin / New York: Walter de Gruyter. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1992. "Parents, Love and Money; The Relations Between Parental Class, Cognitive Skill, Educational Attainment, Occupation, Marriage and Family Income Among Dutch Women." pp. 277-293 in International Perspectives on Education and Society: A Research and Policy Annual, edited by A. Yogev. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press.

 

Leeuwen, S. van & J. Dronkers, 1992. "Effects of continuing education: a study on adult education, social inequality, and labour market position." International Journal of Educational Research 17:609-624. [Full text]

 

Bosma, H., J. Dronkers & J. Hagenaars, 1991. "The Consequences of Educational Reform; Changes in Educational Attainment Processes of Pupils at Secondary Schools (The use of the Loglinear Procedure)." pp. 6347-6386 in Comparative Sociology of Family, Health & Education. A Volume in Memory of Ferran Valls I Taberner, edited by M. J. Pelaez. Malaga, Spain: Catedra de Historia del Derecho y de las Instituciones. Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Malaga.

 

Cuyck-Remijssen, A. van & J. Dronkers, 1990. "Catholic and Protestant Schools, a Better Choice in the Netherlands?" School Effectiveness and School Improvement 1:211-220. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & H. Bosma, 1990. "The consequences of educational reform for the unequal educational opportunities of children of different social classes in secondary schools." Zeitschrift für Sozialisationssforschung und Erziehungssoziologie 10:268-278.

 

Laarhoven, P. van, B. Bakker, J. Dronkers & H. Schijf, 1990. "Achievement in public and private secondary education in the Netherlands." pp. 165-182 in The third sector: comparative studies of nonprofit organisations, edited by H. K. Anheier & W. Seibel. Berlin / New York: Walter de Gruyter.

 

Dronkers, J., 1989. "Working mothers and the educational achievements of their children." pp. 185-198 in The social world of adolescents; international perspectives, edited by K. Hurrelmann & U. Engel. Berlin / New York: Walter de Gruyter. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. 1989. "Expansión educativa y rendimiento económico: el caso de un país europeo." [Educational expansion and economic output: the case of a European nation] pp. 167-184 in Educación y desarrollo desde la perspectiva sociológica, edited by M. A. Escotet & O. Albornoz. Salamanca: Universidad Iberoamericana de Postgrado.

 

Dronkers, J. 1989. "The yield of Dutch educational attainment research; a retrospective view of the last decennium." pp. 1-20 in Educational opportunities in the welfare state, edited by B. F. M. Bakker, J. Dronkers & G. W. Meijnen. Nijmegen: Instituut voor toegepaste sociale wetenschappen.

 

Dronkers, J. & B. Bakker, 1989. "A longitudinal study of the relationships for men between origins, education, marriage, occupation and family income." pp. 183-200 in Educational opportunities in the welfare state, edited by B. F. M. Bakker, J. Dronkers & G. W. Meijnen. Nijmegen: Instituut voor toegepaste sociale wetenschappen.

 

Grotenhuis, H. te & J. Dronkers, 1989. "Unequal opportunities in a West-European welfare state: some negative effects of unemployment and occupational disability on school achievement." The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences 25:18-29.

 

Jansen, W., J. Dronkers & K. Verrips (eds.). 1989. Similar or different? Continuities in Dutch research on social stratification and social mobility. Amsterdam: SISWO.

 

Faasse, J. H., B. Bakker, J. Dronkers & H. Schijf, 1987. "The impact of educational reform: empirical evidence from two Dutch generations." Comparative Education 23:261-278. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J. & H. Schijf, 1986. "Neighbourhoods, schools and individual attainment: a better model for analyzing unequal educational opportunities." pp. 203-226 in Research in sociology of education and socialization, edited by A. C. Kerkhoff. Greenwich (Con): JAI.

 

Laarhoven, P. van, B. Bakker, J. Dronkers & H. Schijf, 1986. "Some aspects of school careers in public and non-public primary schools." Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch 11:83-96.

 

Vrooman, J. C. & J. Dronkers, 1986. "Changing educational attainment processes: some evidence from the Netherlands." Sociology of Education 59:69-78. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1985. "The recruitment of directors of the largest Dutch firms: a special case?" pp. 197-218 in Research in social stratification and mobility, edited by R. V. Robinson. Greenwich (Con): JAI. [full text]

 

Bakker, B., J. Dronkers & H. G. Ganzeboom (eds.) 1984. Social stratification and mobility in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: SISWO.

 

Dronkers, J. & E. Diekerhof, 1984. "The effect of district participation in different types of secondary education on the educational careers of individuals." pp. 131-150 in Multilevel aspects in the educational process, edited by P. van Eeden & H. Oosthoek. London: Gordon and Breach.

 

Dronkers, J., 1983. "Have inequalities in educational opportunity changed in the Netherlands? A review of empirical evidence." Netherlands' Journal of Sociology 19:133-150. [Full text]

 

Dronkers, J., 1982."Student-culture, social relations between students and grades." pp. 141-156 in Higher education, a field of study, edited by E. A. Trotsenburg. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

 

Dronkers, J. & U. de Jong, 1979."Jencks and Fagerlind in a Dutch way." Social Science Information 18:761-782. [Full text]

 

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