Witteveen, Dirk. 2020. "Encouraged or Discouraged? The Influence of Adverse Macroeconomic Conditions on School Leaving and Reentry." Sociology of Education (forthcoming): 1-19.
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Witteveen, Dirk. 2020. "Sociodemographic Inequality in Exposure to COVID-19-induced Economic Hardship in the United Kingdom." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility (forthcoming): 1-15.
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Witteveen, Dirk, and Paul Attewell. 2020. "The Vertical Transfer Penalty among Bachelor’s Degree Graduates." The Journal of Higher Education 91(1): 32-57.
Witteveen, Dirk, and Paul Attewell. 2019. "The Social Dimensions of Student Debt: A Data Mining Analysis." Journal of Student Financial Aid 49(1): 1-23.
Witteveen, Dirk, and Richard Alba. 2018. "Labour Market Disadvantages of Second Generation Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands: Before and during the Great Recession ." International Migration 56(2): 97-116.
Witteveen, Dirk. 2018. "Precarious Early Careers: Instability and Timing within Labor Market Entry." Research in the Sociology of Work 31: 365-98.
Witteveen, Dirk, and Paul Attewell 2017. "The Earnings Payoff from Attending a Selective College." Social Science Research 95(C): 154-69.
Witteveen, Dirk. 2017. "The Rise of Mainstream Nationalism and Xenophobia in Dutch Politics" Journal of Labor and Society 20(3): 373-78.
Witteveen, Dirk, and Paul Attewell. 2017. "The College Completion Puzzle: A Hidden Markov Model Approach.” Research in Higher Education 58(4): 449-67.
Manza, Jeff, and Dirk Witteveen. 2019. "Work and Careers in a Changing Labor Market.” The Sociology Project: Social Problems, edited by J. Manza and P. Sharkey. New York, NY: Pearson.
Persell, Caroline, Jeff Manza, Dirk Witteveen, and Lester Andrist. 2019. "Schools and the Educational System.” The Sociology Project: Social Problems, edited by J. Manza and P. Sharkey. New York, NY: Pearson.
Persell, Caroline, and Dirk Witteveen. 2016. "Education.” The Sociology Project 2.0: Introducing the Sociological Imagination, edited by J. Manza, R. Arum, and L. Haney. New York, NY: Pearson.