Jonathan Jan Benjamin Mijs
Jonathan Jan Benjamin Mijs
Marie Curie fellow, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Lecturer on Sociology, Harvard University
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Achievement inequality and the institutional structure of educational systems: A comparative perspective
HG Van de Werfhorst, JJB Mijs
Annual Review of Sociology 36, 407-428, 2010
The Unfulfillable Promise of Meritocracy: Three Lessons and Their Implications for Justice in Education
JJB Mijs
Social Justice Research 29 (1), 14-34, 2016
The Paradox of Inequality: Income Inequality and Belief in Meritocracy go Hand in Hand
JJB Mijs
Socio-economic Review, 2019
Snakes and Ladders in Educational Systems: Access to Higher Education for Second-Generation Turks in Europe
M Crul, A Pasztor, F Lelie, JJB Mijs, P Schnell
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (9), 1383-1401, 2013
Educational Differentiation and Inequality
JJB Mijs, HG van de Werfhorst
ESRC Summer School, University of Trento, Italy, 2007
Neoliberalism and Symbolic Boundaries in Europe Global Diffusion, Local Context, Regional Variation
JJB Mijs, E Bakhtiari, M Lamont
Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 2, 1-8, 2016
Do changes in material circumstances drive support for populist radical parties? Panel data evidence from The Netherlands during the Great Recession, 2007–2015
N Gidron, JJB Mijs
European Sociological Review, 2019
Stratified Failure: Educational Stratification and Students’ Attributions of their Mathematics Performance in 24 Countries
JJB Mijs
Sociology of Education 89 (2), 137-153, 2016
The Missing Organizational Dimension of Prisoner Reentry: An Ethnography of the Road to Reentry at a Nonprofit Service Provider
JJB Mijs
Sociological Forum 31 (2), 291-309, 2016
Inequality Is a Problem of Inference: How People Solve the Social Puzzle of Unequal Outcomes
JJB Mijs
Societies 8 (3), 64, 2018
Visualizing Belief in Meritocracy, 1930–2010
JJB Mijs
Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 4 (1), 2018
The Long Route in International Perspective. Second Generation Turkish Students In Europe Compared
M Crul, A Pasztor, F Lelie, JJB Mijs, P Schnell
Report for The Netherlands Ministry of Education, 2009
Meritocracy or Plutocracy? Finding Explanations for the Educational Disadvantages of Moroccan Immigrants Living in the Netherlands
JJB Mijs
Amsterdam Social Science 1 (1), 44-70, 2009
The burden of acting wise: sanctioned success and ambivalence about hard work at an elite school in the Netherlands
JJB Mijs, B Paulle
Intercultural Education 27 (1), 22-38, 2016
Earning rent with your talent: Modern-day inequality rests on the power to define, transfer and institutionalize talent
JJB Mijs
Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-9, 2020
Eindrapport pilot: Evenwicht in west (Rapport voor gemeente Amsterdam)
B Paulle, J Pach, JJB Mijs
Report for Amsterdam city government, 2008
Meritocracy, elitism and inequality
JJB Mijs, M Savage
The Political Quarterly 91 (2), 397-404, 2020
The Great British Sorting Machine: Adolescents’ future in the balance of family, school and the neighborhood
JJB Mijs, J Nieuwenhuis
London School of Economics III Working paper 26, 2018
Detroit’s Wealth of Ruins
JJB Mijs
Contexts 13 (2), 62-69, 2014
Van terecht onrecht naar pluriform talent
JJB Mijs
B en M: Tijdschrift voor Beleid, Politiek en Maatschappij 38 (3), 327-333, 2011
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