Valentina Di Stasio
Valentina Di Stasio
Assistant Professor, Utrecht University, European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations
Verified email at uu.nl
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What makes education positional? Institutions, overeducation and the competition for jobs
V Di Stasio, T Bol, HG Van de Werfhorst
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 43, 53-63, 2016
1072016
From school to fitting work: How education-to-job matching of European school leavers is related to educational system characteristics
M Levels, R Van der Velden, V Di Stasio
Acta Sociologica 57 (4), 341-361, 2014
1072014
The demand side of hiring: employers in the labor market
DB Bills, V Di Stasio, K Grxhani
Annual Review of Sociology 43, 291-310, 2017
852017
Education as a signal of trainability: results from a vignette study with Italian employers
V Di Stasio
European Sociological Review 30 (6), 796-809, 2014
682014
Why does education matter to employers in different institutional contexts? A vignette study in England and the Netherlands
V Di Stasio, HG Van De Werfhorst
Social Forces 95 (1), 77-106, 2016
602016
Muslim by default or religious discrimination? Results from a cross-national field experiment on hiring discrimination
V Di Stasio, B Lancee, S Veit, R Yemane
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (6), 1305-1326, 2021
562021
Why are employers put off by long spells of unemployment?
E Van Belle, V Di Stasio, R Caers, M De Couck, S Baert
European Sociological Review 34 (6), 694-710, 2018
472018
Employers’ social contacts and their hiring behavior in a factorial survey
V Di Stasio, K Grxhani
Social science research 51, 93-107, 2015
402015
Racial discrimination in Britain, 1969–2017: a meta‐analysis of field experiments on racial discrimination in the British labour market
AF Heath, V Di Stasio
The British Journal of Sociology 70 (5), 1774-1798, 2019
372019
Who is ahead in the labor queue? Institutions’ and employers’ perspective on overeducation, undereducation, and horizontal mismatches
V Di Stasio
Sociology of Education 90 (2), 109-126, 2017
272017
‘Diversion or safety net?’Institutions and public opinion on vocational education and training
V Di Stasio
Journal of European Social Policy 27 (4), 360-372, 2017
262017
The GEMM study: A cross-national harmonized field experiment on labour market discrimination: Technical report
B Lancee, G Birkelund, M Coenders, V Di Stasio, M Fernandez Reino, ...
Available at SSRN 3398191, 2019
252019
Labour market shortages in the European Union
D Reymen, M Gerard, P De Beer, A Meierkord, M Paskov, V di Stasio, ...
WIFO Studies, 2015
212015
Pakistani in the UK and Norway: different contexts, similar disadvantage. Results from a comparative field experiment on hiring discrimination
EN Larsen, V Di Stasio
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (6), 1201-1221, 2021
182021
Education as social policy: An introduction
V Di Stasio, H Solga
Journal of European Social Policy 27 (4), 313-319, 2017
172017
Are employers in Britain discriminating against ethnic minorities
V Di Stasio, A Heath
Centre for Social Investigation, 1-10, 2019
132019
The racialized and gendered workplace: applying an intersectional lens to a field experiment on hiring discrimination in five European labor markets
V Di Stasio, EN Larsen
Social Psychology Quarterly 83 (3), 229-250, 2020
122020
Why is unemployment duration a sorting criterion in hiring?
E Van Belle, R Caers, M De Couck, V Di Stasio, S Baert
IZA Discussion Paper, 2017
102017
The signal of applying for a job under a vacancy referral scheme
E Van Belle, R Caers, M De Couck, V Di Stasio, S Baert
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 58 (2), 251-274, 2019
92019
Why education matters to employers: a vignette study in Italy, England and the Netherlands
V Di Stasio
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2014
92014
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