Michelle Maroto
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The political economy of pension reform in Russia: Why partial privatization?
JB Williamson, SA Howling, ML Maroto
Journal of Aging Studies 20 (2), 165-175, 2006
What trends? Whose choices? Comment on England
BF Reskin, ML Maroto
Gender & Society 25 (1), 81-87, 2011
Disability, structural inequality, and work: The influence of occupational segregation on earnings for people with different disabilities
M Maroto, D Pettinicchio
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 38, 76-92, 2014
The limitations of disability antidiscrimination legislation: Policymaking and the economic well‐being of people with disabilities
M Maroto, D Pettinicchio
Law & Policy 36 (4), 370-407, 2014
Twenty-five years after the ADA: Situating disability in America's system of stratification
M Maroto, D Pettinicchio
Disability Studies Quarterly 35 (3), 1-34, 2015
A wealth of inequalities: Mass incarceration, employment, and racial disparities in US household wealth, 1996 to 2011
BL Sykes, M Maroto
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2 (6), 129-152, 2016
The absorbing status of incarceration and its relationship with wealth accumulation
ML Maroto
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31 (2), 207-236, 2015
The scarring effects of bankruptcy: Cumulative disadvantage across credit and labor markets
M Maroto
Social Forces 91 (1), 99-130, 2012
Professionalizing body art: a marginalized occupational group’s use of informal and formal strategies of control
ML Maroto
Work and Occupations 38 (1), 101-138, 2011
When the kids live at home: Coresidence, parental assets, and economic insecurity
M Maroto
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (4), 1041-1059, 2017
Growing farther apart: Racial and ethnic inequality in household wealth across the distribution
M Maroto
Sociological Science 3, 801-824, 2016
Fifteen years of wealth disparities in Canada: New trends or simply the status quo?
M Maroto
Canadian Public Policy 42 (2), 152-167, 2016
Pathways into bankruptcy: Accumulating disadvantage and the consequences of adverse life events
ML Maroto
Sociological Inquiry 85 (2), 183-216, 2015
Catching up or falling behind? Continuing wealth disparities for immigrants to Canada by region of origin and cohort
M Maroto, L Aylsworth
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 53 (4), 374-408, 2016
Assessing the relationship between gender, household structure, and net worth in the United States
M Maroto, L Aylsworth
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 38 (4), 556-571, 2017
Employment outcomes among men and women with disabilities: How the intersection of gender and disability status shapes labor market inequality
D Pettinicchio, M Maroto
Factors in Studying Employment for Persons with Disability, 2017
Hierarchies of Categorical Disadvantage: Economic Insecurity at the Intersection of Disability, Gender, and Race
M Maroto, D Pettinicchio, AC Patterson
Gender & Society 33 (1), 64-93, 2019
Saving, Sharing, or Spending? The Wealth Consequences of Raising Children
M Maroto
Demography 55 (6), 2257-2282, 2018
The varying effects of incarceration, conviction, and arrest on wealth outcomes among young adults
M Maroto, BL Sykes
Social Problems, 2017
Factors in studying employment for persons with disability
D Pettinicchio, M Maroto
Factors in Studying Employment for Persons with Disability (Research in …, 2017
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