- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction Education systems and inequalities
- One Theorising the impact of education systems on inequalities
- Two Comparing education policies in a globalising world: methodological reflections
- Three Education systems and intersectionality
- Four Measuring educational institutional diversity: tracking, vocational orientation and standardisation
- Five Sorting and (much) more: prior ability, school effects and the impact of ability tracking on educational inequalities in achievement
- Six Data analysis techniques to model the effects of education systems on educational inequalities
- Seven Education systems and inequality based on social origins: the impact of school expansion and design
- Eight Education systems and gender inequalities in educational attainment
- Nine Tracking, school entrance requirements and the educational performance of migrant students
- Ten From exclusion and segregation to inclusion? Dis/ability-based inequalities in the education systems of Germany and Nigeria
- Eleven Education systems and meritocracy: social origin, educational and status attainment
- Twelve Education systems and gender inequalities in educational returns
- Thirteen Education systems and migrant-specific labour market returns
- Fourteen Health returns on education and educational systems
- Fifteen Good and bad education systems: is there an ideal?
- Conclusions and summary
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