Irma Mooi-Reci or Irma Mooi-Reši or Irma Reci
Irma Mooi-Reci or Irma Mooi-Reši or Irma Reci
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Is gender inequality greater at lower or higher educational levels? Common patterns in the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United States
M Evertsson, P England, I Mooi-Reci, J Hermsen, J De Bruijn, D Cotter
Social Politics 16 (2), 210-241, 2009
1812009
Market research: The process, data, and methods using Stata
E Mooi, M Sarstedt, I Mooi-Reci
Springer, 2017
1022017
Unemployment Scarring by Gender: Human Capital Depreciation or Stigmatization? Longitudinal Evidence from the Netherlands, 1980-2000
I Mooi-Reci, HB Ganzeboom
Social Science Research, 2014
582014
Early Unemployment and Subsequent Career Complexity: A Sequence-Based Perspective
A Manzoni, I Mooi-Reci
Schmollers Jahrbuch 131 (2), 339-348, 2011
342011
Fixed‐Term Contracts: Short‐Term Blessings or Long‐Term Scars? Empirical Findings from the Netherlands 1980–2000
I Mooi‐Reci, R Dekker
British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2013
29*2013
The juvenile sex offender: The effect of employment on offending
C van den Berg, C Bijleveld, J Hendriks, I Mooi-Reci
Journal of criminal Justice 42 (2), 145-152, 2014
282014
Principal component and factor analysis
E Mooi, M Sarstedt, I Mooi-Reci
Market Research, 265-311, 2018
252018
Casual Employment and Long-term Wage Outcomes
I Mooi-Reci, M Wooden
222017
Unemployed and Scarred for Life?: Longitudinal Analyses of How Unemployment and Policy Changes Affect Re-employment Careers and Wages in the Netherlands, 1980-2000
I Reci
202008
The Great Recession and the immigrant–native gap in job loss in the Spanish labour market
I Mooi-Reci, J Mu˝oz-Comet
European Sociological Review 32 (6), 730-751, 2016
192016
Retrenchments in unemployment insurance benefits and wage inequality: longitudinal evidence from the Netherlands, 1985–2000
I Mooi-Reci
European Sociological Review 28 (5), 594-606, 2012
162012
Transitional labour markets
I Reci, J de Bruijn
Past, Present and Future Applications. Amsterdam, SISWO, 2006
15*2006
The declining influence of family background on educational attainment in Australia: The role of measured and unmeasured influences
GN Marks, I Mooi-Reci
Social science research 55, 171-185, 2016
132016
Unemployed and scarred for life
I Mooi-Reci
Longitudinal Analyses of How Unemployment and Policy Changes Affect Reá…, 2008
13*2008
The gendered consequences of unemployment insurance reforms
I Mooi-Reci, M Mills
Social Forces 91 (2), 583-608, 2012
122012
Parental joblessness and the moderating role of a university degree on the school-to-work transition in Australia and the United States
M Curry, I Mooi-Reci, M Wooden
Social Science Research 81, 61-76, 2019
112019
Regression analysis
E Mooi, M Sarstedt, I Mooi-Reci
Market Research, 215-263, 2018
112018
Why Parental Unemployment Matters for Children’s Educational Attainment: Empirical Evidence from The Netherlands
I Mooi-Reci, B Bakker, M Curry, M Wooden
European Sociological Review 35 (3), 394-408, 2019
92019
Hypothesis testing & ANOVA
E Mooi, M Sarstedt, I Mooi-Reci
Market Research, 153-214, 2018
72018
The employment consequences of growing up in a dual-parent jobless household: A comparison of Australia and the United States
I Mooi-Reci, M Wooden, M Curry
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 68, 100519, 2020
62020
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