intergenerational mobility


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intergenerational mobility

(ˌɪntəˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃənəl)
n
(Sociology) sociol movement within or between social classes and occupations, the change occurring from one generation to the next. Compare intragenerational mobility
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The results suggest that the UK actually sits broadly in the middle of the cross-country rankings, with lower levels of intergenerational mobility than a number of western countries including Scandinavia, but also Australia, Canada and Germany and higher levels of mobility than the United States and much of eastern Europe," says Dr Jerrim.
The best way to enhance both equity and growth is effective development of human capital, which not only supports higher incomes today, but also ensures intergenerational mobility tomorrow.
That's what Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren find in The Impacts of Neighborhoods on Intergenerational Mobility II: County-Level Estimates (NBER Working Paper No.
Transmission of economic status also appears to have been fairly persistent over time in the United States; empirical measures of intergenerational mobility across different generations have been relatively constant (Chetty et al.
Schatz's chapter focusses on intergenerational mobility.
The Geography of Intergenerational Mobility in the United States.
Beyond just inheritable traits which affect income, intergenerational mobility embeds factors such as parents' input to education (both pecuniary and nonpecuniary), residential choice (which affects public school quality and crime), social connections, and income from inherited wealth.
A Comparison of Upward and Downward Intergenerational mobility in Canada, Sweden and the United States.
This is an important lesson for researchers examining intergenerational mobility.
Journal Article | Intergenerational Mobility and Interpersonal Inequality in an African Economy (/publication/intergenerational-mobility-and-interpersonal-inequality-african-economy)
On the other hand, if the public services provided by the government make higher income group benefit more, government expenditures will make intergenerational mobility even worse.
15-17 in Phoenix, Arizona, my SWS colleagues Linda Guerrero, Gerardo Sandoval and Vladymir Licudine had papers on Social acceptance of alternative families across time and country and Intergenerational mobility in East Asia.