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Efternamnens sega struktur. Forskning&Framsteg (Sweden), Aug 22, 2014.
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Aufsteig aus der Familienkiste. Die Presse (Oliver Grimm), July 12, 2014.
Bon sang ne saurait faiblir. Le Monde (Baptiste Coulmont), Jul 7, 2014.
What's in a Name? Everything. The Atlantic (Benjamin Friedman), July/August 2014.
All in the Second Name. Business World (Shankar Jaganathan), July 2014.
It Pays to Choose Your Ancestors Carefully. Quadrant Magazine (Australia) (Peter Murphy), June 2014.
Synthesis: Where Have You Gone, Horatio Alger? Harvard Business Review Magazine (Tim Sullivan), June 2014.
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The Remarkable Persistence of Power and Privilege. Sidney Morning Herald (Andrew Leigh), May 17, 2014.
For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls. The Chronicle Review (Eli Cook), May 12, 2014.
Jellyfish McSaveloy and the social mobility of surnames. New Statesman (Sophie McBain), May 8, 2014.
The Great Grandson Also Rises. Econlib.org (David Henderson), May 7, 2014.
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The economics of a strong democracy. India Together (Shankar Jaganathan), May 5, 2014
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Give it up, Psmithe. Taki Magazine (Steve Sailer), April 9, 2014
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What's in a Name? Literary Review (Erik Kaufman), March 29, 2014.
'Sipag at Tiyaga' is crap. Success is about surnames. Manila Times (Marlen V. Ronquillo), March 25, 2014.
Your ancestry may be your destiny. Toronto Globe and Mail (Margaret Wente), March 22, 2014.
Il vero segreto del successo? È nel cognomen. Venerdi La Repubblica (Dedo Tortona), March 21, 2014.
Choose Your Ancestors Carefully. Enlightened Economics (Diane Coyle), March 19, 2014.
Having a venerable name can be a key to upward mobility. Washington Examiner (Michael Barone), March 19, 2014.
réussite socio-économique dépend-elle de vos gènes?Slate.fr (Jean-Laurent
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El éxito se hereda. El Meridiano de Córdoba, March 16, 2014.
of historical surnames suggests social mobility is low
for generations. Washington Examiner
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Spirit: Progeny of Japan's Warrior Elite Retain Edge
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you want to improve social mobility, Mr Cameron, dish
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Meritocracy doesn't work. It's in the Left's interest to recognise this. The Spectator, Jan 30, 2014.
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