From Parents to Their Children: How Do Nations Compare? Findings of a Major Cross-National Study
Social scientists have increasingly turned their attention to understanding the linkages between the economic position of parents and that of their children. At its core, these linkages lies behind fundamental questions regarding how our society and its economy works, and how society can alter the parental linkage pattern to secure the outcome that it desires.
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