Journal publications

Lippényi, Zoltán (forthcoming). Contingent Work. In Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. Ed. Lynette Spillman. New York: Oxford University Press

Lippényi, Zoltán, Maas, I., van Leeuwen, M.H.D., & Őri, P. (2017). Social status homogamy in a religiously diverse society. Modernization, religious diversity, and status homogamy in Hungary between 1870–1950. History of the Family. DOI: 10.1080/1081602X.2017.1319399

Lippényi, Zoltán & Gerber, T.P. (2016) Inter-generational micro-class mobility during and after socialism: The power, education, autonomy, capital, and horizontal (PEACH) model in Hungary, Social Science Research, doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2015.08.010.

Lippényi, Zoltán & van der Lippe., T.  (2015). Aanvragen van zorgverlof: De rol van de arbeidsorganisatie. Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken (31) 4, 452-467.

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., Leeuwen, M.H.D. (2014). Modernization and social fludity in Hungary. European Sociological Review. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcu085

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., Jansen, W. (2013). Economic voting in Hungary 1998-2008. Electoral Studies 32(4): 838-851.

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., van Leeuwen, M.H.D. (2013). Intergenerational class mobility in Hungary between 1865 and 1950: Testing models of change in social openness. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 33(September): 40-55.

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., van Leeuwen, M.H.D. (2013). Creating the Hungarian Historical Social Mobility File: Historical social structure and mobility beyond the Leitha. Journal of Historical Informatics 4(2):

Conference papers

Lippényi, Zoltán & Gerber, T. (2013) Intergenerational Micro-class Mobility During and After Socialism: The PEACH Model in Hungary. Presented at the RC28 meeting in Brisbane, July 2013.

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., Van Leeuwen, M.H.D. (2013) Modernization and social fluidity: A test of the thesis of industrialization. Presented at Cambridge Social Stratification Research Seminar, Cambridge, 13. September, 2012. A revised version of this paper is presented at the RC28 Spring meeting, Trento, 18 May, 2013

Lippényi, Zoltán & Maas, I., Van Leeuwen, M.H.D. (2012) Long-term historical trends of intergenerational social mobility in Hungary (1865-1950) Versions of this paper were presented at the European Social Science History Conference, Glasgow, 11-14 April 2012, at the RC28 meeting, Hong Kong, 10-13 May, 2012 and at the Dag van de Sociologie, Utrecht, 24 May, 2012

Lippényi, Zoltán (2012) The Hungarian Historical Social Mobility file. Collecting historical micro-data on stratification and social mobility. Presented at the ICS James Coleman Symposium, Utrecht, 27 April 2012. and as a guest lecture at ELTE Budapest University, Budapest, 22 December 2011

Lippényi, Zoltán (2010) What are the determinants of intergenerational mobility in Hungary? Comparing municipalities and periods before and during modernization. Presented at RC28 meeting on the ISA World Congress Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 14 July 2010 A slightly revised version of this paper is presented at the Cambridge Social Stratification Research Seminar, Utrecht, 10 September 2010

Book chapters

Becker, Henk A. & Lippényi, Z. (2012) Generations and language proficiency in Eastern Europe. In: Becker, H. A. Generations of Lucky Devils and Unlucky Dogs: Strategies for assertive growing up, active ageing and intergenerational solidarity up to 2030. Amsterdam, Dutch University Press

Koltai, Júlia, & Lippényi, Z. (2007) Beszéljünk róla? A Magyar Agora deliberative poll hatása a romasággal kapcsolatos véleményekre [Shall we discuss it? The effect of the Magyar Agora deliberative poll on the attitudes towards the Hungarian Roma] in Örkény, A. and M. Székelyi (eds.) Deliberativ Közvéleménykutatás a Magyarországi Romák és Nem-Romák Viszonyáról [Deliberative Poll on the relations between Hungarian Roma and Non-Roma] Budapest, ELTE TÁTK