Dr Marii Paskov
Lecturer, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol
Marii Paskov is a Lecturer at the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol and an associate member at the Institute of New Economic Thinking and Nuffield College at the University of Oxford. Previously, Marii was a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, affiliated to the Department of Social Policy and Intervention and the Institute of New Economic Thinking. In the past, she has also held positions as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and as a Research Officer as part of the Employment, Equity, and Growth Programme at the University of Oxford.
Marii is an interdisciplinary scholar with expertise in sociology, social policy, economics, and social psychology. Her work is focused on socio-economic inequalities, material and psychological wellbeing, social mobility, and values and attitudes. Her recent work is focused on the development and analysis of the concept of economic stress. Marii is a quantitative social scientist with a strong interest in mixed method approaches. She continues collaborating with the Employment, Equity, and Growth team at INET Oxford.
Between-Class Earnings Inequality in 30 European Countries
10 Dec 21
This article studies earnings inequality between social classes across 30 European countries.
The measurement of social class in EU-SILC: Comparability between countries and consistency over time
01 Dec 21
Occupational Social Class and Earnings Inequality in Europe: A Comparative Assessment
03 Jul 21
This paper uses data from the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions to assess ea...
No. 2020-03 - Social class and earnings: a cross-national study
17 Jan 20
In this paper, we utilize data from the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (E...
Intergenerational class mobility in Europe: A new account
24 Apr 19
Comparative research into intergenerational social mobility has been typically restricted to a relat...
Social class, employment status and inequality in psychological well-being in the UK: Cross-sectional and fixed effects analyses over two decades
01 Oct 16