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ON INVITATION (expected: 2017)

Di Stasio, V. & H. Solga. Guest editors of 2017 special issue "Education as Social Policy - Institutions, Public Support and Outcomes over the Life Course". Journal of European Social Policy.


Bills, D., V. Di Stasio & K. Gërxhani. "Making space for employers in the labour market". Annual Review of Sociology.



Di Stasio, V. and & H. G. van de Werfhorst (in press). "Why education matters to employers in different institutional contexts - A vignette study in England and the Netherlands". Social Forces. doi: 10.1093/sf/sow027.


Di Stasio, V., T. Bol & H. G. van de Werfhorst (in press). "What makes education positional? Institutions, overeducation and the competition for jobs". Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2015.09.005.



Di Stasio, V. & K. Gërxhani (2015). Employers’ social contacts and their hiring behavior in a factorial survey. Social Science Research 51, 93-107.

Reymen, D., M. Gerard, P. de Beer, Meierkord, A., M. Paskov, V. Di Stasio, V. Donlevy, I. Atkinson, A. Makulec, U. Famira-Mühlerberger and H. Lutz. Labor Market Shortages in the European Union. Study for the EMPL Committee. Directorate General for Internal Policies. European Union. doi: 10.2861/65673.



Di Stasio, V. (2014). Why education matters to employers - A vignette study in Italy, England and the Netherlands. Dissertation manuscript. University of Amsterdam.


Levels, M., R. van der Velden & V. Di Stasio (2014). From school to fitting work: How education-to-job matching of European school leavers is related to educational system characteristics. Acta Sociologica, 57 (4), 341-361.


Di Stasio, V. (2014). Education as a Signal of Trainability: Results from a Vignette Study with Italian Employers. European Sociological Review, 30 (6), 796-809.


V. Di Stasio "Skills or trainability? Employers’ views about education in different institutional contexts". R&R. Socio-Economic Review.

V. Di Stasio. T. Bol & H. G. van de Werfhorst. "Education systems and the trade-off between efficiency and equality". Under review.

V. Di Stasio. "The potential of factorial surveys for research in the sociology of work". In preparation.

V. Di Stasio and & H. G. van de Werfhorst. "Active citizens or only employable ones?" In preparation.

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