Alexi Gugushvili – Ascriptive Inequality and Life Chances in Georgia

Using data from the Generations and Gender Survey for the cohorts born from 1926 to 1985 in Georgia, and the linear probability models of higher educational and ISCO 1-2 occupational attainment, this study finds the large ascriptive inequalities of life chances, which especially intensified for those born in 1976-85.

Gugushvili, A. (2012). Ascriptive Inequality and Life Chances in Georgia. Center for Social Sciences, Applied Social Research Programme.

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