• Satisfacción laboral en los países pobres: El caso de los docentes malgaches 

      Gamero-Buron, Carlos; Lassibille, Gérard (2015-05-15)
      Utilizando informaciones inéditas recopiladas en el marco de un amplio programa de mejora de la gestión del sistema educativo, este articulo analiza los niveles de satisfacción de los docentes de educación primaria en ...
    • Seasonal concentration of cruise tourism in the Mediterranean 

      Cisneros-Martínez, José David; Fernández-Morales, Antonio (2016-07-06)
      This research delves into analyzing the seasonality of cruise tourism in the Mediterranean by using the decomposition of the Gini index, used in the field of cruise tourism for the first time in literature. This study ...
    • Seasonal concentration of tourism on the Andalusian coastline 

      Cisneros-Martínez, José David; Fernández-Morales, Antonio (2014-06-11)
      The entire Andalusian coastline must deal with the effects of seasonality. Both local and regional administrations as well as tourism business owners are currently confronting this problem by implementing remedial measures ...
    • A simple subgroup decomposable measure of upward and downward income mobility 

      Barcena-Martin, Elena Maria; Cantó, Olga (2018-09-03)
      We propose a subgroup decomposable class of income mobility measures with good axiomatic properties by adapting the concept of “individual income gap between two moments in time” to a framework that is traditionally used ...
    • Sobre los efectos de la crisis en la probabilidad individual de sufrir desempleo 

      Navarro-Gomez, Maria Lucia; Rueda-Narvaez, Mario Federico (2015-10-05)
      Una de las consecuencias más preocupantes de la actual crisis económica ha sido la producida en el empleo. Así, se ha pasado de un máximo de 20,5 millones de ocupados en el tercer trimestre de 2007 a 17 millones al finalizar ...
    • La Sobreeducación de los Jóvenes Universitarios en España 

      Garcia-Crespo, Maria Dolores (2021-12-01)
      En este artículo utilizamos los microdatos de la Encuesta de Inserción Laboral de los Titulados Universitarios (EILU, INE, 2014)) dirigida a los titulados de todas las universidades españolas (excepto la universidad Pablo ...
    • Social mobility and the importance of networks: evidence for Britain 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Miclewright, John; Vignoles, Anna (2015-01-07)
      Greater levels of social mobility are widely seen as desirable on grounds of both equity and efficiency. Debate on social mobility in Britain and elsewhere has recently focused on specific factors that might hinder social ...
    • Social participation and employment status in Spain: a human capital approach 

      Caparros-Ruiz, Antonio (2019-07-01)
      The economic literature has found hard evidence on the great significance of general and specific human capital to participate in the labour market, get an employment and have a career success characterised by higher wages ...
    • Socioeconomic segregation of students 

      Prieto Latorre, Claudia; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Vignoles, Anna (2019-07-11)
      School segregation may be questioning the equity of the Spanish educational system. In this research, we analyse the school segregation by socioeconomic status using the Hutchens Index. Specifically, we decompose the effect ...
    • Socioeconomic segregation of students 

      PRIETO LATORRE, CLAUDIA; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; VIGNOLES, ANNA (2019-06-11)
      School segregation may be questioning the equity of the Spanish educational system. In this research, we analyse the school segregation by socioeconomic status using the Hutchens Index. Specifically, we decompose the effect ...
    • Students’ birth date and academic progression 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2019-06-10)
      Education laws which impose starting cut-off dates for students to begin compulsory education may be negative for those students who are born just before these cut-offs; this is because these students will be among the ...
    • Students’ Homework: Useful for their Learning 

      Jerrim, John; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2018-06-18)
      The debate on the effect of students’ homework time on their academic achievement has been extensively discussed; nevertheless, international research does not seem to have reach to any definitive result. This homework ...
    • Studying at home: worth it? 

      Jerrim, John; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro; Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David (2018-07-02)
      Homework time and its effect on students’ academic achievement is a relevant subject with worldwide repercussion. Nevertheless, although transcendental, this issue has been studied for primary education mostly by correlational ...
    • Teachers’ satisfaction as indicator of education system performance 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Luque-Gallego, Mariano; López Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2015-06-08)
      We investigate the potential trade-off between some teacher characteristics, particularly teachers’ satisfaction, and different measures of pupils’ performance, in order to optimize the outputs of the Spanish education ...
    • The teaching crisis in less developed countries 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2018-01-08)
      There is a huge concern on the influence of teachers on students’ cognitive learning. However, little is known about the causal impact of teachers’ knowledge on students’ performance. In addition, this effect is likely to ...
    • Testing the impact on educational achievement of expectations 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2016-02-11)
      Parental and students’ expectations on the educational achievement of the latter have been highlighted in the literature as proper proxies for students’ forthcoming performance and high school track elections. In this ...
    • The effect of cultural capital on the differential educational achievement of girls and boys 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David (2015-07-21)
      One of the less discussed issues in the literature on educational production functions, in Spain, is the contribution of variables related to students’ lifestyles to explain the gender gap in terms of educational achievement. ...
    • The effect of ordinal rank at school on students’ academic performance 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Prieto Latorre, Claudia; López Agudo, Luis Alejandro (XLVI REUNIÓN DE ESTUDIOS REGIONALES, 2021-11-24)
      School peers can condition students’ academic performance in different ways. On the one hand, students’ academic progression is driven by the level of academic performance of their peers. Second, students’ self-perception ...
    • The evolution of the occupational status in Spain: An intergenerational approach 

      Caparros-Ruiz, Antonio (2016-06-09)
      The relationship between the socio-economic status of parents and children is referred by the literature as intergenerational social mobility. The scope of this mobility encompasses different aspects such as educational ...
    • The gender gap in educational mismatch: evidence from the Dominican Republic 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Gomez Paulino, Evalina; Marques, Helena (2017-01-30)
      In this paper we test the existence of gender gaps in educational mismatch for a developing country (Dominican Republic), an interesting case study due to its recent policies of education promotion, which achieved an ...