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I’m a PhD candidate at the Department of Sociology at Columbia University.

My research

My work focuses on inequality and stratification, with a special interest in school segregation and the connection between educational systems and labor markets. I work on segregation measures, and I am the author of an R package to calculate entropy-based segregation measures. I am interested in computational methods and reproducible research.

Publications

Mathijs de Vaan, Benjamin Elbers, Thomas A. DiPrete. Obscured transparency? Compensation benchmarking and the biasing of executive pay. Forthcoming in Management Science. Replication materials

Working Papers

Benjamin Elbers. A Method for Studying Difference in Segregation Levels Across Time and Space. (on SoxArXiv)

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