Domina, Thurston, Nikolas Pharris-Ciurej, Andrew M. Penner, Emily K. Penner, Quentin Brummet, Sonya R. Porter, and Tanya Sanabria. 2018. “Is free and reduced-price lunch a valid measure of educational disadvantage?” Educational Researcher, 47, 539-555.

Domina, Thurston, Andrew M. Penner and Emily K. Penner. 2016. “‘Membership has its privileges’: Status incentives and categorical inequality in schools.” Sociological Science, 3, 264-295.

Penner, Andrew M., Thurston Domina, Emily K. Penner, and AnneMarie M. Conley. 2015. “Curricular policy as a collective effects problem: A distributional approach.” Social Science Research, 52, 627-641.

Domina, Thurston, Andrew McEachin, Andrew M. Penner, and Emily K. Penner. 2015. “Aiming high and falling short: California’s 8th grade algebra-for-all effort.” Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 37, 275-295.

Domina, Thurston, Andrew M. Penner, Emily K. Penner, and AnneMarie M. Conley. 2014. “Algebra for all: California’s 8th grade algebra initiative as constrained curricula.” Teachers College Record, 116(8), 1-32.


Labor Market

Adams, Britni L., Joseph King, Andrew M. Penner, Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrčela, and Nina Bandelj. 2017. “The Returns to Education and Labor Market Sorting in Slovenia, 1993-2007.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 47, 55-65.

Petersen, Trond, Andrew M. Penner, and Geir Høgsnes. 2014. “From motherhood penalties to husband premia: The new challenge for gender equality and family policy, lessons from Norway.” American Journal of Sociology, 119, 1434-1472.

Penner, Andrew M., Harold J. Toro, and Matt Huffman. 2012. “Do women managers ameliorate gender differences in wages? Evidence from a large grocery retailer.” Sociological Perspectives, 55, 365-381.


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