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List of publications

Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

– Brannigan, R., Gil-Hernández, C.J., McEvoy, O., Cronin, F., Stanistreet, D., and Layte, R. (2022). Digital engagement and its association with adverse psychiatric symptoms: A longitudinal cohort study utilizing latent class analysis, Computers in Human Behavior, 133.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2021). The (Unequal) Interplay between Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills in Early Educational Attainment, American Behavioral Scientist.

– Bernardi, F., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2020). The Social-Origins Gap in Labour Market Outcomes: Compensatory and Boosting Advantages Using a Micro-Class Approach, European Sociological Review.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J (2019). Do Well-off Families Compensate for Low Cognitive Ability? Evidence on Social Inequality in Early Schooling from a Twin Study, Sociology of Education, 92(2):150-175.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., and Gracia, P. (2018). Adolescents’ educational aspirations and ethnic background: The case of students of African and Latin American migrant origins in Spain. Demographic Research, 38(23):577-618.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., Marqués-Perales, and I., Fachelli, S. (2017). Intergenerational Social Mobility in Spain between 1956 and 2011: The Role of Educational Expansion and Economic Modernization in a Late Industrialized Country. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility.51:14-27.

– Marqués Perales, I., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2015). Social Origins and Over-Education of Spanish University Graduates: Is Access to the Service Class Merit-Based? Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (REIS), 150: 89-112.

Book Chapters

– Passaretta, G., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2022, in press). The Early Roots of the Digital Divide: Socioeconomic Inequality in Children’s ICT Literacy from Primary to Secondary Schooling, In: Skopek, J. (Eds.), Research Handbook of Digital Sociology. Edward Elgar (Cheltenham, UK).

– Bernardi, F., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2021). “La estratificación social del riesgo de contagio y mortalidad por la COVID-19” [Social Stratification of Infection and Mortality Risk by COVID-19]. In: Salido, O., and Massó, M. (Eds): Sociología en tiempos de pandemia. Impactos y desafíos sociales de la crisis del COVID-19 [Sociology in Times of Pandemics]. Madrid: Marcial Pons.

– Bernardi, F., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (2020). La Brecha de Clase en España: Micro-clases y Mecanismos. [The Class Gap in Spain: Micro-classes and Mechanisms]. In: Salido, O., and Fachelli, S. (Eds.): Perspectivas y fronteras en el estudio de la desigualdad social: movilidad social y clases sociales en tiempos de cambio [Perspectives and Borders in the Study of Social Inequality: Social Mobility and Social Classes in Times of Change]. Madrid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., Bernardi, F., and Luijkx, R. (2020). Intergenerational Social Mobility in Spain’s Twentieth Century: Social Fluidity without Educational Equalization? In R. Breen and W. Müller (Eds.), Education and Intergenerational Social Mobility in Europe and the United States. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

– Marqués Perales, Ildefonso and Gil-Hernández, Carlos J. (2015). “La sociedad abierta y sus enemigos” [The Open Society and Its Enemies], In: Ildefonso Marqués Perales (Eds.) (2015), La movilidad social en España [Social Mobility in Spain]. Madrid: La Catarata, 106-197.

Working Papers and Work in Progress

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., Vidal, G., and Torrejón, S. (2022). Technology, Tasks, and Social Classes in Europe, European Commission, Seville, 2022, JRC129522.

– Ghirardi, G., Gil-Hernández, C.J., Demange, P.A., Bernardi, F., Gonneke, W., and van Bergen, E. (In progress). Do high-SES parents compensate for genetic risk for poor educational achievement in offspring?

– Brunori, P., Gil-Hernández, C.J., and Triventi, M., (In progress). Unfair Educational Inequality in 99 Countries: A Theoretically Driven Machine Learning Approach.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., Salazar, L., Pañeda-Fernández, I., and Castaño, J. (In progress). Teacher’s Bias in Assessments by Family SES: A Factorial Survey Experiment on Teacher Training Students.

– Gil-Hernández, C.J., Cozzani, M., and Bernardi, F. (In progress). “Birth Weight and Skill Formation: Biological Destiny or Parental Response?”

– Vidal, G., and Gil-Hernández, C.J. (In progress). “Class Voting in Spain”.