Intergenerational social mobility refers to the relationship between the socio-economic position an individual occupies and the socio-economic position in which he or she was brought up. Over the past several years questions about the relationship between social class origin and social class destination have occupied public discussion to a degree not seen in decades.
Researchers from The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School have written the latest blog post for the 3rd International European Social Survey Conference. the blog has been set up by the conference to showcase papers that will be presented later in the conference.
Read the full post here.