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Cultural consumption across countries: A multi-level analysis of social inequality in highbrow culture in Europe
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics 41 (4), 323-341, 2013
1122013
Comparing the gender gap in educational attainment: the impact of emancipatory contexts in 33 cohorts across 33 countries
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp, MHJ Wolbers
Educational Research and Evaluation 22 (5-6), 260-282, 2016
1042016
Educational systems and gender differences in reading: A comparative multilevel analysis
M van Hek, C Buchmann, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 35 (2), 169-186, 2019
772019
Do schools affect girls’ and boys’ reading performance differently? A multilevel study on the gendered effects of school resources and school practices
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp, B Pelzer
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 29 (1), 1-21, 2018
762018
Organizational work–life policies and the gender wage gap in European workplaces
T Van der Lippe, L Van Breeschoten, M Van Hek
Work and Occupations 46 (2), 111-148, 2019
692019
How do parents affect cultural participation of their children?: Testing hypotheses on the importance of parental example and active parental guidance
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics 52, 124-138, 2015
652015
When Gender Stereotypes Get Male Adolescents into Trouble: A Longitudinal Study on Gender Conformity Pressure as a Predictor of School Misconduct
A Heyder, M van Hek, M Van Houtte
Sex Roles, 1-15, 2020
432020
Family resources and male–female educational attainment: Sex specific trends for Dutch cohorts (1930–1984)
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp, MHJ Wolbers
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 40, 29-38, 2015
322015
Are Female Managers Agents of Change or Cogs in the Machine? An Assessment with Three-Level Manager–Employee Linked Data
M van Hek, T van der Lippe
European Sociological Review 35 (3), 316-331, 2019
312019
Gender inequality in educational attainment and reading performance: A contextual approach
M van Hek
Dissertation, 196, 2017
112017
Schools as a Relatively Standardizing Institution: The Case of Gender Gaps in Cognitive Skills
DB Downey, M Kuhfeld, M van Hek
Sociology of Education 1, 2022
82022
Student ICT resources and intergenerational transmission of educational inequality: testing implications of a reproduction and mobility perspective
RSM Loh, G Kraaykamp, M van Hek
European Sociological Review 39 (5), 804-819, 2023
42023
Do female managers improve women's promotional opportunities?
M van Hek, AK Abendroth
Investments in a Sustainable Workforce in Europe, 190-204, 2019
32019
Why Female Employees Do Not Earn More under a Female Manager: A Mixed-Method Study
M van Hek, T van der Lippe
Work, Employment and Society, 09500170221083971, 2023
22023
Intergenerationele overdracht van cultuurconsumptie. Een empirische studie naar het belang van ouderlijk voorbeeldgedrag en actieve ouderlijke stimulering in Nederland
M van Hek, GLM Kraaykamp
Tijdschrift voor Sociologie 34 (3/4), 439-456, 2013
12013
Why Jane likes to read and John does not. How parents and schools stimulate girls’ and boys’ intrinsic reading motivation
M van Hek, G Kraaykamp
Poetics, 2023
2023
Waarom is het een lange weg voor vrouwen naar de top? Merens, Ans (2022). Een lange weg. De ondervertegenwoordiging van vrouwen in management en top nader verklaard. Den Haag …
M van Hek
Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken 39 (3), 410-413, 2023
2023
Do students’ ICT skills pay off in math performance? Examining the moderating role of countries’ ICT promotive environment
RSM Loh, G Kraaykamp, M van Hek
European Educational Research Journal, 2023
2023
Vrouwelijke managers zorgen niet voor een kleinere loonkloof
M Hek
2019
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