Maarten HJ Wolbers
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Patterns of labour market entry: A comparative perspective on school-to-work transitions in 11 European countries
MHJ Wolbers
Acta sociologica 50 (3), 189-210, 2007
3502007
Job mismatches and their labour‐market effects among school‐leavers in Europe
MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 19 (3), 249-266, 2003
3132003
Educational attainment in the European Union: recent trends in qualification patterns
W Müller, MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe. The integration of youth into …, 2003
131*2003
Trends in the occupational returns to educational credentials in the Dutch labor market: changes in structures and in the association?
MHJ Wolbers, PM De Graaf, WC Ultee
Acta sociologica 44 (1), 5-19, 2001
1272001
The effects of level of education on mobility between employment and unemployment in the Netherlands
MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 16 (2), 185-200, 2000
1202000
The integration of young people into the labour market: the role of training systems and labour market regulation
RKW Van der Velden, MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe: The integration of youth into …, 2003
1172003
Youth labour market integration across Europe: The impact of cyclical, structural, and institutional characteristics
M De Lange, M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
European Societies 16 (2), 194-212, 2014
952014
How much does education matter and why? The effects of education on socio-economic outcomes among school-leavers in the Netherlands
RKW Van der Velden, MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 23 (1), 65-80, 2006
88*2006
The effects of non-employment in early work-life on subsequent employment chances of individuals in the Netherlands
R Luijkx, MHJ Wolbers
European Sociological Review 25 (6), 647-660, 2009
852009
Diploma-inflatie en verdringing op de arbeidsmarkt: Een studie naar ontwikkelingen in de opbrengsten van diploma's in Nederland
MHJ Wolbers
Radboud University Nijmegen, 1998
801998
A Comparative Analysis of Transitions from Education to Work in Europe (CATEWE). Final Report [and] Annex to the Final Report.
E Smyth, M Gangl, D Raffe, DF Hannan, S McCoy
For full text: http://www. mzes. uni-mannheim. de/projekte/catewe/publ …, 2001
702001
Learning and working: double statuses in youth transitions
MHJ Wolbers
Transitions from education to work in Europe, 131-155, 2003
61*2003
Non-standard employment relations and wages among school leavers in the Netherlands
MR De Vries, MHJ Wolbers
Work, employment and society 19 (3), 503-525, 2005
602005
Transitions to post-secondary and tertiary education in the Netherlands: a trend analysis of unconditional and conditional socio-economic background effects
N Tieben, MHJ Wolbers
Higher education 60 (1), 85-100, 2010
502010
Single-parent family forms and children’s educational performance in a comparative perspective: Effects of school’s share of single-parent families
M De Lange, J Dronkers, MHJ Wolbers
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 25 (3), 329-350, 2014
48*2014
Intergenerational transmission of education across European countries and cohorts
M Van Doorn, I Pop, MHJ Wolbers
European Societies 13 (1), 93-117, 2011
482011
Employment transitions in the Netherlands, 1980–2004: Are low educated men subject to structural or cyclical crowding out?
M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 28 (4), 437-451, 2010
48*2010
Cross-national differences in job quality among low-skilled young workers in Europe
A De Grip, MHJ Wolbers
International Journal of Manpower 27 (5), 420-433, 2006
462006
Success and failure in secondary education: socio‐economic background effects on secondary school outcome in the Netherlands, 1927–1998
N Tieben, M Wolbers
British Journal of Sociology of Education 31 (3), 277-290, 2010
442010
The permanent effects of labour market entry in times of high unemployment
P De Vreyer, R Layte, MHJ Wolbers, M Hussain
Welfare regimes and the experience of unemployment in Europe, 134-52, 2000
442000
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