Bernardi, F. and Gil-Hernández, C. (forthcoming) “The Social-Origins Gap in Labour Market Outcomes: Compensatory and Boosting Advantages Using a Micro-Class Approach”, European Sociological Review, jcaa034, https://doi.org/10.1093/esr/jcaa034
Bernardi, F. and Triventi, M. (2020), “Compensatory advantage in educational transitions. Trivial or substantial? A simulated scenario analysis”, Acta Sociologica, 63, 1: 40-62.
Bernardi, F. and Comolli, C. (2019), “Parental separation and children’s educational attainment: Heterogeneity and rare and common educational outcomes”, Journal of Family Research, 1: 3-26.
Bernardi, F., Boertien, D. and Geven, K., (2019), “Childhood Family Structure and the Accumulation of Wealth across the Life Course”, Journal of Marriage and Family, 81: 230-247.
Boertien, D. and Bernardi, F. (2019), “Same-Sex Parents and Children’s School Progress: An Association That Disappeared over Time.” Demography, 56: 477-501.
Bernardi, F., Hertel, F., Yastrabov, G., (2018), “A U-turn in inequality in collegeattainment by parental education in the US? ”, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 58: 33-43.
Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D. (2017), “Explaining Conflicting Results in Research on the Heterogeneous Effects of Parental Separation on Children’s Educational Attainment According to Social Background”, European Journal of Population, 33, 2: 243-266. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10680-017-9417-5
Härkönen, J., Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D. (2017), “Family Dynamics and Child Outcomes: An Overview of Research and Open Questions”, European Journal of Population, 33, 2: 163-184.
Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D. (2017), “Non-intact families and diverging educational destinies: A decomposition analysis for Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States”, Social Science Research, 63, 181-191. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0049089X15300752
Bernardi, F., Chakhaia, L. and Leopold, L. (2017), “Sing Me a Song With Social Significance”: The (mis)use of statistical significance testing in European sociological research”, European Sociological Review, 33, 1:1-15. https://academic.oup.com/esr/article/33/1/1/2739015
 Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D. (2016), Understanding Heterogeneity in the Effects ofParental Separation on Educational Attainment in Britain: Do Children from LowerEducational Backgrounds Have Less to Lose?, European Sociological Review, 32, 6: 807-819. https://academic.oup.com/esr/article/32/6/807/2525511
Ballarino, G., Bernardi F. (edited): Education, Occupation and Social OriginA Comparative Analysis of the Transmission of Socio-Economic Inequalities. Elgar 2016
Comolli, C. and Bernardi, F. (2015), The causal effect of the great recession on childlessness of white American women, IZA Journal of Labour Economics. http://www.izajole.com/content/4/1/21
Bernardi, F. and Graetz, M. (2015), Making Up for an Unlucky Month of Birth in School: Causal Evidence on the Compensatory Advantage of Family Background in England, Sociological Science, 2: 235-251. http://www.sociologicalscience.com/articles-v2-12-235/
Triventi, M., Panichella, N., Ballarino, G., Barone, C. and Bernardi, F. (2015), Education as a positional good: Implications for social inequalities in educational attainment in Italy, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Available online as from 18 April 2015: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0276562415000232
Bernardi, F. (2014), “Compensatory Advantage as a Mechanism of Educational Inequality. A Regression Discontinuity Based on Month of Birth”, Sociology of Education, 87, (2), 74-88.
Bernardi, F. and Cebolla-Boado, H. (2014), “Previous school results and social background: Compensation and imperfect information in educational transitions”, European Sociological Review, 30, (2), 207-217.
Bernardi, F. and Ballarino, G. (2014), “Participation, equality of opportunity and returns to tertiary education in contemporary Europe”, European Societies, 16, (2), 422-442.
Bernardi, F. and Radl, J. (2014), “The long-term consequences of parental divorce for children’s educational attainment”, Demographic Research, 30, 1653-1680.
Bernardi, F. and Cebolla-Boado, H. (2014), “Clase social de origen y rendimiento escolar como predictores de las trayectorias educativas”, Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 146, 3-22.
Published Working Papers:
Bernardi, F., Härkänen, J, Boertien, D. (2013), Effects of family forms and dynamics on children well-being and life chances: literature review,"FamiliesandSocieties" Working Paper Serie (4)
Bernardi, F. (2012), Social origins and inequality in educational returns in the labour market in Spain, EUI Working Paper, SPS 2012/05.
Bernardi, F. and Ballarino, G. (2011), “Participation, equality of opportunity and returns to tertiary education in contemporary Europe”, AlmaLaurea working paper n. 10, September 2011