Publications

Books

  • Paskov, M. (2014). Self-regarding and other-regarding attitudes: the role of contextual inequality. Doctoral Thesis, University of Amsterdam. [Link]

 

Peer-reviewed articles

  • Paskov, M., Gërxhani, K., Werfhorst, van de G. (2016). Giving up on the Joneses? The relationship between income inequality and status-seeking. European Sociological Review. [Link]
  • Richards, L., Paskov, M. (2016). Social class, employment status and inequality in psychological well-being in the UK: cross-sectional and fixed effects analyses over two decades. Social Science & Medicine, 167, 45-53. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. (2015). Is solidarity less important and less functional in egalitarian contexts? Acta Sociologica, 1-16. [Link]
  • Paskov, M., Koster, F. (2014). Institutions, employment insecurity and polarization in support for unemployment benefits. Journal of European Social Policy, 24(4), 367-382. [Link]
  • Täht, K. & Paskov, M. (2013). Education matters but who can attain it? Attitudes towards education and educational attainment in Estonia. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 5(2), 52-70. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. & Dewilde, C.L. (2013). Ondergraaft inkomensongelijkheid solidariteit? [in English: Does income inequality undermine solidarity?]. TPEdigitaal, 7(1), 7-26. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. & Dewilde, C.L. (2012). Income inequality and solidarity in Europe. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 30(4), 415-432. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. (2006). The changes in attitudes towards justice in Estonian society during the period of 1991-2005. Trames: Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 10, 355 – 370. [Link]

 

Chapters in edited volumes

  • Paskov, M. (2011). Labour market uncertainty and private pension planning in Europe. In H.-P. Blossfeld, S. Bertolini & D. Hofäcker (Eds.), Youth on globalised labour markets: rising uncertainty and its effects on early employment and family lives in Europe (pp. 69-92). Opladen: Barbara Budrich. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. (2011). Perceived fairness of the existing stratification order. In E. Saar (Ed.), Towards a normal stratification order: actual and perceived social stratification in post-socialist Estonia (Baltische Studien zur Erziehungs- und Sozialwissenschaft, 19) (pp. 459-480). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. [Link]
  • Kazjulja, M. & Paskov, M. (2011). Social distance: income differences by occupational groups. In E. Saar (Ed.), Towards a normal stratification order: actual and perceived social stratification in post-socialist Estonia (Baltische Studien zur Erziehungs- und Sozialwissenschaft, 19) (pp. 61- 79). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. [Link]

 

Working Papers

  • Bukodi, E., Paskov, M., Nolan, B. (2017). Intergenerational class mobility in Europe: A new account and an old story. INET Oxford Working Paper no. 2017-03. April, 2017. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. (2014). Does desire for social status promote solidarity? Investigating the role of egalitarian versus inegalitarian societal contexts. Universiteit van Amsterdam, AIAS Working Paper 144. [Link]
  • Paskov, M., Gërxhani, K., van de Werfhorst, H.G. (2013). Income inequality and status anxiety. GINI Discussion Paper 90. Amsterdam: AIAS. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. & Dewilde, C.L. (2012). Income inequality and solidarity in Europe. GINI Discussion Paper 33. Amsterdam: AIAS. [Link]

 

Other professional publications

  • Richards, L., Paskov, M. (2016). It’s employment status, not class, that affects mental health. The Conversation (September 26, 2016). [Link]
  • Paskov, M., Bukodi, E., (2016). What influences intergenerational social mobility in Europe? Oxford Martin School Blog Post (July 25, 2016). [Link]
  • Paskov, M., Bukodi, E., Nolan, B. (2016). Intergenerational social mobility: a Europe wide picture. 3rd International European Social Survey Conference Blog Post (July 12, 2016). [Link]
  • Paskov, M., Richards, L. (2016). Is social status inequality bad for the mental health of nations? 3rd International European Social Survey Conference Blog Post (July 11, 2016). [Link]
  • Richards, L., Paskov, M. Do we need to worry about the evolution and distribution of debt in British society? Centre for Social Investigation Blog Series (November 19, 2015). [Link]
  • Paskov, M. (2015). Have we become more indebted? Centre for Social Investigation Briefing Note: CSI 16 (November 19, 2015). Oxford: Nuffield College. [Link]
  • Reymen, D., Gerard, M., De Beer, P., Meierkord, A., Paskov, M., Di Stasio, V., Donlevy, V., Atkinson, I., Makulec, A., Famira-Mühlberger, U., Lutz, H. (2015). Labour Market Shortages in the European Union. European Parliament Report (March 2015). [Link]
  • Helemäe, J., Täht, K. & Paskov, M. (2012). Access to higher education reflected in public opinion. Riigikogu Toimetised [Journal of the Estonian Parliament], 26, 56. [Link]
  • Paskov, M. & Kazjulja, M. (2010). Increase in income differences during 1989-2009. In M. Lauristin (Ed.), Estonian Human Development Report 2009 (pp. 78-81). Tallinn: Eesti Koostöö Kogu. [Link]