Publications

  1. Engzell, P., Frey, A., and Verhagen, M. D. (2021). “Learning Loss Due to School Closures During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  2. Engzell, P., and Rohrer, J. (2021). “Improving Social Science: Lessons from the Open Science Movement.” PS: Political Science & Politics.
  3. Engzell, P., and Tropf, F. (2020). “Heritability of Education Remains Associated with Social Mobility.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  4. Berger, T., and Engzell, P. (2020). “Trends and Disparities in Subjective Upward Mobility since 1940.” Socius.
  5. Engzell, P., Mood, C., and Jonsson, J. O. (2020). “It’s All about the Parents: Inequality Transmission across Three Generations in Sweden.” Sociological Science.
  6. Engzell, P., and Tropf, F. (2019). “Heritability of Education Rises with Intergenerational Mobility.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  7. Berger, T., and Engzell, P. (2019). “American Geography of Opportunity Reveals European Origins.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  8. Engzell, P. (2019). “Aspiration Squeeze: The Struggle of Children to Positively Selected Immigrants.” Sociology of Education.
  9. Engzell, P. (2019). “What Do Books in the Home Proxy For? A Cautionary Tale.” Sociological Methods & Research.
  10. Engzell, P., and Ichou, M. (2019). “Status Loss: The Burden of Positively Selected Immigrants.” International Migration Review.
  11. Parameshwaran, M. and Engzell, P. (2015). “Ethnicity in England: What Parents’ Country of Birth Can and Can’t Tell Us about Their Children’s Ethnic Identification.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  12. Engzell, P., and Jonsson, J. O. (2015). “Estimating Social and Ethnic Inequality in School Surveys: Biases from Child Misreporting and Parent Nonresponse.” European Sociological Review.

Other Writing