Since we are still collecting the EFFORT data, we don’t have any published output from the project yet, but please have a look at some relevant publications by our team members in the meantime:


Albertini, M., & Radl, J. (2012). Intergenerational transfers and social class: Inter-vivos transfers as means of status reproduction?Acta Sociologica, 55(2), 107-123.



Braun, S. T., & Stuhler, J. (2018). The transmission of inequality across multiple generations: testing recent theories with evidence from GermanyThe Economic Journal, 128(609), 576-611.


Cabestrero, R., Crespo, A., & Quirós, P. (2009). Pupillary dilation as an index of task demandsPerceptual and Motor Skills, 109(3), 664-678.



Crespo, A., Cabestrero, R., & Quirós, P. (2009). Differences in duration of eye fixation for conditions in a numerical stroop-effect experimentPerceptual and Motor Skills, 108(1), 121-128.


Demel, S., Barr, A., Miller, L., & Ubeda, P. (2018). Commitment to political ideology is a luxury only students can afford: A distributive justice experimentJournal of Experimental Political Science, 1-10.



Dias, P., Villameriel, S., Giezen, M. R., Costello, B., & Carreiras, M. (2017). Language switching across modalities: Evidence from bimodal bilingualsJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(11), 1828.


Mayer, K. U., & Solga, H. (2008). Skill formation: Interdisciplinary and cross-national perspectivesCambridge University Press.



Nybom, M., & Stuhler, J. (2017). Biases in standard measures of intergenerational income dependenceJournal of Human Resources, 52(3), 800-825.



Radl, J., Salazar, L., & Cebolla-Boado, H. (2017). Does living in a fatherless household compromise educational success? A Comparative Study of Cognitive and Non-Cognitive SkillsEuropean Journal of Population, 33(2), 217-242.


Solga, H. (2014). Education, economic inequality and the promises of the social investment stateSocio-Economic Review, 12(2), 269-297.