Publications

Luthra, Renee Reichl and Jennifer Flashman. Forthcoming. “Who Benefits the Most from Post-Secondary Schooling?: A Cross-National Comparison of Selection and the Economic Returns to Post-Secondary Education." Research in Higher Education.

Andrew, Megan and Jennifer Flashman. 2017. School Transitions, Peer Influence, and Educational Expectation Formation: Girls and Boys. Social Science Research 61: 218-233.

Flashman, Jennifer. 2014. “Friendship and Racial Disparities in Academic Achievement.” Sociological Science 1: 260-276.

Flashman, Jennifer, and Diego Gambetta. 2014. “Thick as Thieves: Homophily and Trust among Deviants.” Rationality and Society 26: 3-45.

Flashman, Jennifer. 2013. “A Cohort Perspective on Gender Gaps in College Attendance and Completion.” Research in Higher Education 54: 545-570.

Flashman, Jennifer. 2012. “Different Preferences or Different Opportunities?: Explaining Race Differentials in the Academic Achievement of Friends.Social Science Research 41:888-903.

Flashman, Jennifer. 2012. “Academic Achievement and ItsImpact on Friend Dynamics.” Sociology of Education. 85: 61-80.

Phillips, Meredith, and Jennifer Flashman. 2007. “How Did the Statewide Assessment and Accountability Policies of the 1990s Affect Instructional Quality in Low -Income Elementary Schools?” in Standard- Based Reform and the Poverty Gap edited by Adam Gamoran. Brookings Institution Press: Washington DC.

Durand, Jorge, Edward Telles, and Jennifer Flashman. 2006. “The Demographic Foundations of the Latino Population” in Transforming Our Common Destiny: Hispanics in the United States. National Academy of Sciences: Washington DC.