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Research BriefThree key insights for research on social mobility in developing countries
The volume, Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Concepts, Methods, and Determinants , brings together leading scholars from a range of social science disciplines working on a variety of issues related to social mobility...Social mobility Inequality & Human Development Human capital
Research BriefWhat do we need to know about social mobility in the Global South?
The volume, Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Concepts, Methods and Determinants, brings together leading scholars from several disciplines to advance research practice on social mobility...Social mobility Inequality & Human Development Human capital
Book ChapterRethinking occupational mobility in developing countries: Conceptual issues and empirical findings
From the book: Social mobility in developing countriesAbsolute mobility Relative mobility Measurement
Working PaperOccupational mobility in developing countries: Conceptual issues and empirical findings
This paper discusses current methods for measuring and analysing occupational mobility, and the way in which methods designed for the analysis of developing countries may need to be modified when applied in other contexts...Absolute mobility Relative mobility Measurement