Grandads, dads, and sons: Examining multigenerational mobility in India

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While studies have examined the association in socioeconomic status between parent and offspring, there has been relatively little research on multigenerational mobility, especially in the developing country context. Analysing data from the India Human Development Survey, this article shows that there is upward mobility in terms of education but not for occupation – with stark differences across social groups.

Aikajakso5 heinäkuuta 2021

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  • NimiGrandads, dads, and sons: Examining multigenerational mobility in India
    Medianimi / kanavaIdeas for India
    MaaBritannia
    Julkaisupäivämäärä05/07/2021
    KuvausWhile studies have examined the association in socioeconomic status between parent and offspring, there has been relatively little research on multigenerational mobility, especially in the developing country context. Analysing data from the India Human Development Survey, this article shows that there is upward mobility in terms of education but not for occupation – with stark differences across social groups.
    URL-osoitehttps://www.ideasforindia.in/topics/human-development/granddads-dads-and-sons-examining-multigenerational-mobility-in-india.html
    HenkilötAnustup Kundu, Kunal Sen