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Social Origin and Secondary Labour Market Entry at the Crossroad of Ascriptive and Institutional Inequality

In a new working paper, Paolo Barbieri and Filippo Gioachin investigate how labour market flexibilisation strengthens the role of social origins in conditioning inter- and intragenerational mobility chances. Drawing on the upper-class aversion to downward mobility, they explore mechanisms through which advantaged social origins directly compensate for the socioeconomic penalty that arises from initial contractual

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