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Jonathan Jan Benjamin Mijs
Jonathan Jan Benjamin Mijs
Other namesJonathan Mijs, JJB Mijs
Boston University & Erasmus University Rotterdam
Verified email at bu.edu - Homepage
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Achievement inequality and the institutional structure of educational systems: A comparative perspective
HG Werfhorst, JJB Mijs
Annual Review of Sociology 36 (1), 407-428, 2010
7982010
The Paradox of Inequality: Income Inequality and Belief in Meritocracy go Hand in Hand
JJB Mijs
Socio-economic Review 19 (1), 7-35, 2021
2232021
The Unfulfillable Promise of Meritocracy: Three Lessons and Their Implications for Justice in Education
JJB Mijs
Social Justice Research 29 (1), 14-34, 2016
1972016
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
120*2013
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 35 (5), 637–650, 2019
552019
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
482016
Inequality Is a Problem of Inference: How People Solve the Social Puzzle of Unequal Outcomes
JJB Mijs
Societies 8 (3), 64, 2018
452018
Stratified Failure: Educational Stratification and Students’ Attributions of their Mathematics Performance in 24 Countries
JJB Mijs
Sociology of Education 89 (2), 137-153, 2016
442016
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
392016
Visualizing Belief in Meritocracy, 1930–2010
JJB Mijs
Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 4 (1), 2018
372018
Meritocracy, elitism and inequality
JJB Mijs, M Savage
The Political Quarterly 91 (2), 397-404, 2020
182020
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
MetaArXiv, 2021
17*2021
Is America Coming Apart? Socioeconomic Segregation in Neighborhoods, Schools, Workplaces, and Social Networks, 1970 – 2020
JJB Mijs, EL Roe
Sociology Compass 15 (6), 1-16, 2021
152021
How Information about Inequality Impacts Belief in Meritocracy: Evidence from a Randomized Survey Experiment in Australia, Indonesia and Mexico
JJB Mijs, C Hoy
Social Problems 69 (1), 91–122, 2021
142021
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
14*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
10*2016
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
92009
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: investigating immigration and social policy preferences: Executive Report
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, N Storz
6*2019
Earning rent with your talent: Modern-day inequality rests on the power to define, transfer and institutionalize talent
JJB Mijs
Educational Philosophy and Theory 53 (8), 810-818, 2020
52020
Adolescents' future in the balance of family, school, and the neighborhood: A multidimensional application of two theoretical perspectives
JJB Mijs, J Nieuwenhuis
Social Science Quarterly 103 (3), 534-549, 2022
4*2022
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