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Thijs Bol, C. Ciocca Eller, Herman G. van de Werfhorst, and Thomas A. DiPrete. 2019. “School-to-Work Linkages and Labor Market Earnings.” American Sociological Review, 84, 2, Pp. 275-307. Publisher's Version


C. Ciocca Eller and Thomas A. DiPrete. 2018. “The Paradox of Persistence: Explaining the Black-White Gap in Bachelor’s Degree Completion.” American Sociological Review , 83, 6, Pp. 1171-1214. Publisher's Version


C. Ciocca Eller. 2017. “Increasing Success for Two-to-Four-Year Transfer Students within the City University of New York.”. Publisher's Version

Thomas A. DiPrete, Thijs Bol, C. Ciocca Eller, and Herman G. van de Werfhorst. 2017. “School-to-Work Linkages in the United States, Germany, and France.” American Journal of Sociology, 122, 6, Pp. 1869-1938. Publisher's Version


C. Ciocca Eller. Submitted. “Loosely-Coupled Accountability: Re-examining the Equalizing Potential of Higher Education in the United States.”.

Graziella Moraes D. Silva, Luciana Souza de Leão, C. Ciocca Eller, Flavio Carvalhaes, and Thomas A. DiPrete. Submitted. “The Rising Black Middle Class: Comparing Racial Inequalities among College Graduates in Brazil and the United States.”.

Yao Lu, Xiaoguang Li, and C. Ciocca Eller. Submitted. “Underplaced and Penalized: Education-Occupation Mismatch and Racial/Ethnic Inequality among Highly-Education U.S. Workers.”.

Working Papers

C. Ciocca Eller, Katharine Khanna, and Greer Mellon. Working Paper. “Alignment and Adaptation: Explaining Successful Major in Majority-Serving Public Colleges.”.

C. Ciocca Eller. Working Paper. “The Correlates of College Effectiveness: Organizational Characteristics Associated with Bachelor’s Degree Completion.”.

C. Ciocca Eller. Working Paper. “Curricular Diversity and Intensity: The Role of Detailed Postsecondary Curriculum in Social Stratification.”.

C. Ciocca Eller and Shamus Khan. Working Paper. “Inter-organizational Effects on Stratification and Inequality.”.

C. Ciocca Eller, Natasha Quadlin, and Ohjae Gowen. Working Paper. “Life Goes on After Dropout: Examining the Early Economic Outcomes of Students with “Some College, No Degree.”.

C. Ciocca Eller. Working Paper. “New Majority Students and Upward Social Mobility: A Study of Boundaries, Beliefs and College Experiences.”.

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