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Getting Ahead: Economic and Social Mobility in America
Daniel P. McMurrer,Isabel V. Sawhill
Limited preview - 1998
Achieve adults Amer American Economic Review average background blue collar calculations of Hout cerned change Chart children class matters college degree completely offset CORNELL UNIVERSITY Daniel data Demography Economic Ladder effect equal chance Family father's income fathers and sons fewer destinations free to move growing number Grusky higher education ican importance of class income distribution increased increasingly free indi individua opportunity individuals Inequality Compatible Inherited Intergenerational Income Mobility Intergenerational Mobility Isabel V Sawhill jobs Justice and Inequality less Mark Condon MARTIN McMurrer N.W. Washington occupational offset this gain OPPORTUNITY IN AMERICA origins overall parents percent chance percentile Playing Field privileged professionals prospects public policy Recent relationship SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL slowdown slowed Slower Economic Growth Social Mobility society socioeconomic class Solon Source status succeed th declining importance today's America trends U.S. economy unambiguously United University of Wisconsin upward mo upward mobility URBAN INSTITUTE 2100 vidual white collar younger