Lindsey Macmillan
Lindsey Macmillan
Professor of Economics, Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunties
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Accounting for intergenerational income persistence: noncognitive skills, ability and education
J Blanden, P Gregg, L Macmillan
The Economic Journal 117 (519), C43-C60, 2007
Income inequality, intergenerational mobility, and the Great Gatsby Curve: Is education the key?
J Jerrim, L Macmillan
Social Forces 94 (2), 505-533, 2015
Intergenerational persistence in income and social class: the effect of within-group inequality
J Blanden, P Gregg, L Macmillan
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 176 …, 2013
Who gets the top jobs? The role of family background and networks in recent graduates’ access to high-status professions
L Macmillan, C Tyler, A Vignoles
Journal of Social Policy 44 (3), 487-515, 2015
Higher education, career opportunities, and intergenerational inequality
C Crawford, P Gregg, L Macmillan, A Vignoles, G Wyness
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 32 (4), 553-575, 2016
Education and intergenerational mobility: Help or hindrance?
J Blanden, L Macmillan
Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics, 2014
The impact of fathers' job loss during the recession of the 1980s on their children's educational attainment and labour market outcomes
P Gregg, L Macmillan, B Nasim
Fiscal Studies 33 (2), 237-264, 2012
Lessons from London schools for attainment gaps and social mobility
E Greaves, L Macmillan, L Sibieta
London: Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, 2014
The role of education for intergenerational income mobility: a comparison of the United States, Great Britain, and Sweden
P Gregg, JO Jonsson, L Macmillan, C Mood
Social Forces 96 (1), 121-152, 2017
Understanding the improved performance of disadvantaged pupils in London
J Blanden, E Greaves, P Gregg, L Macmillan, L Sibieta
Social Policy in a Cold Climate, 2-47, 2015
Educational inequality, educational expansion and intergenerational mobility
J Blanden, L Macmillan
Journal of Social Policy 45 (4), 589-614, 2016
When and why do initially high-achieving poor children fall behind?
C Crawford, L Macmillan, A Vignoles
Oxford Review of Education 43 (1), 88-108, 2017
Intergenerational worklessness in the UK and the role of local labour markets
L Macmillan
Oxford Economic Papers 66 (3), 871-889, 2014
Social mobility, the class pay gap and intergenerational worklessness: New insights from the labour force survey
S Friedman, D Laurison, L Macmillan
Social Mobility Commission 16, 17, 2017
Moving towards estimating sons' lifetime intergenerational economic mobility in the UK
P Gregg, L Macmillan, C Vittori
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 79 (1), 79-100, 2017
Poverty: the role of institutions, behaviours and culture
S Harkness, P Gregg, L MacMillan
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2012
Family income, education and cognitive ability in the next generation: exploring income gradients in education and test scores for current cohorts of youth
P Gregg, L Macmillan
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 1 (3), 259-280, 2010
Mapping the occupational destinations of new graduates
L Macmillan, A Vignoles
Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, 2013
Progress made by high-attaining children from disadvantaged backgrounds: research report
C Crawford, L Macmillan, A Vignoles
Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission Centre for Analysis of Youth …, 2014
Selective schooling systems increase inequality
SM Burgess, M Dickson, L Macmillan
IZA Discussion Paper, 2014
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