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2021
1 Borgen, Solveig Topstad.
It’s not all About the Peers: Reintroducing School Context to the School Segregation Literature. SocArXiv 2021
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2019
2 Borgen, Nicolai T.; Borgen, Solveig Topstad; Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth.
The disadvantage of having high achieving peers: Gender gaps and the complex nature of gender peer effects. Young CAS workshop; 2019-08-12 - 2019-08-13
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3 Borgen, Nicolai T.; Borgen, Solveig Topstad; Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth.
The disadvantage of high-achieving peers: Gender gaps and the complex nature of gender peer effects. The Nordic Demographic Symposium; 2019-06-13 - 2019-06-15
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4 Borgen, Nicolai T.; Borgen, Solveig Topstad; Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth.
Why having better peers is not always a good thing: The complex nature of gender peer effects. The ISA RC28 Social Stratification Conference; 2019-03-21 - 2019-03-23
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5 Borgen, Solveig Topstad.
Masked by the Mean: A Quantile Regression Approach to Immigrant Peer Effects on School Achievements. The Nordic Demographic Symposium; 2019-06-13 - 2019-06-15
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6 Borgen, Solveig Topstad.
Masked by the mean: immigrant peers in school and distributional variation in student achievement. Young CAS workshop; 2019-08-12 - 2019-08-13
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2018
7 Borgen, Solveig Topstad.
Immigrant school segregation and educational outcomes. The European Consortium for Sociological Research Conference; 2018-10-29 - 2018-10-31
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2016
8 Borgen, Solveig Topstad; Borgen, Nicolai T..
Student retention in higher education: Folk high schools and educational decisions. Higher Education 2016 ;Volum 71.(4) s. 505-523
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2015
9 Borgen, Solveig Topstad; Borgen, Nicolai T..
Folk high schools and dropouts from upper secondary school: effects of non-academic investments in dropouts. School Effectiveness and School Improvement 2015 ;Volum 26.(2) s. 153-168
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