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  1. Attitudes towards income inequality - ‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of th…

    Roex, K., Huijts, T., & Sieben, I. J. P. (2019). Attitudes towards income inequality: ‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of the perceived meritocracy. Acta Sociologica, 62(1), 47-63.
  2. The atheistic factor? - Explaining the link between atheistic beliefs…

    Berkers, E., & Sieben, I. J. P. (2019). The atheistic factor? Explaining the link between atheistic beliefs and child-rearing values in 30 countries in Europe. European Societies.
  3. European values in numbers - Trends and traditions at the turn of the…

    Luijkx, R., Halman, L. C. J. M., Sieben, I. J. P., Brislinger, E., & Quandt, M. (2017). European values in numbers: Trends and traditions at the turn of the century. (European Values Studies; Vol. 16). Leiden: Brill.
  4. Child-rearing values - The impact of intergenerational class mobility

    Sieben, I. J. P. (2017). Child-rearing values: The impact of intergenerational class mobility. International Sociology, 32(3), 369-390.
  5. The role of peers in estimating tenure-performance profiles - Evidenc…

    de Grip, A., Sauermann, J., & Sieben, I. J. P. (2016). The role of peers in estimating tenure-performance profiles: Evidence from personnel data. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 126, 39–54.

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