Mark Levels
Mark Levels
Senior Researcher, Maastricht University
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Immigrant children's educational achievement in western countries: origin, destination, and community effects on mathematical performance
M Levels, J Dronkers, G Kraaykamp
American Sociological Review 73 (5), 835-853, 2008
Educational performance of native and immigrant children from various countries of origin
M Levels, J Dronkers
Ethnic and Racial Studies 31 (8), 1404-1425, 2008
From school to fitting work: How education-to-job matching of European school leavers is related to educational system characteristics
M Levels, R Van der Velden, V Di Stasio
Acta Sociologica 57 (4), 341-361, 2014
Educational mismatches and skills: New empirical tests of old hypotheses
M Levels, R Van der Velden, J Allen
Oxford Economic Papers 66 (4), 959-982, 2014
Do school segregation and school resources explain region-of-origin differences in the mathematics achievement of immigrant students?
J Dronkers, M Levels
Educational Research and Evaluation 13 (5), 435-462, 2007
Skill mismatch and skill use in developed countries: Evidence from the PIAAC study
JP Allen, M Levels, RKW Van der Velden
ROA Research Memoranda, 2013
A review of abortion laws in Western-European countries. A cross-national comparison of legal developments between 1960 and 2010
M Levels, R Sluiter, A Need
Health policy 118 (1), 95-104, 2014
Religion in Dutch Society 2005-SOCON 2005
RN Eisinga, A Need, MTA Coenders, ND De Graaf, M Lubbers, ...
Social-economic and ethnic school-segregation in Europe and Australia and educational achievement of migrant-pupils coming from various regions of origins
J Dronkers, M Levels
Meeting of the ISA Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility …, 2006
Migrant pupils’ scientific performance: the influence of educational system features of origin and destination countries
J Dronkers, M Levels, M de Heus
Large-scale Assessments in Education 2 (1), 3, 2014
Religion in Dutch society: documentation of a national survey on religious and secular attitudes and behaviour
R Eisinga, A Need, M Coenders, ND Graaf, M Lubber, P Scheeprs
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
Unintended pregnancy and induced abortion in the Netherlands 1954–2002
M Levels, A Need, R Nieuwenhuis, R Sluiter, W Ultee
European sociological review 28 (3), 301-318, 2012
Skill mismatch and use in developed countries: Evidence from the PIAAC study
JP Allen, M Levels
Maastricht University, Graduate School of Business and Economics (GSBE …, 2013
Wage effects of job-worker mismatches: Heterogeneous skills or institutional effects?
JP Allen, L Badillo-Amador, R van der Velden
Maastricht University, Graduate School of Business and Economics, 2013
Contextual explanations for numeracy and literacy skill disparities between native and foreign-born adults in western countries
M Levels, J Dronkers, C Jencks
PloS one 12 (3), e0172087, 2017
Differences in educational performance between first and second-generation migrant-pupils coming from various regions and that of native pupils in Europe and Pacific Rim
M Levels, J Dronkers
Příspěvek prezentovaný na konferenci European Consortium of Sociological …, 1995
Formal and informal social capital in Germany: The role of institutions and ethnic diversity
M Levels, P Scheepers, T Huijts, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 31 (6), 766-779, 2015
Educational systems as a resource or hindrance for immigrants? The effects of educational system characteristics of both countries of origin and destination on the scientific …
M Heus, J Dronkers, M Levels
RC28 Spring Meeting, 2008
Over de relatie tussen laaggeletterdheid en armoede
I Christoffels, P Baay
Online raadpleegbaar op: https://www. lezenenschrijven. nl/uploads/editor …, 2016
Mind the gap: Compositional, cultural and institutional explanations for numeracy skills disparities between adult immigrants and natives in Western countries
M Levels, J Dronkers, C Jencks
HKS Working Paper No. RWP14-020, 2014
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