Publications of the Team Members as a Result of the Project

Karmaeva, N., Khavenson, T., Ilieva-Trichkova, P. (2020). Higher education and socio-professional status: Mitigation of gender inequalities in Russia? Sociological Studies, 46 (3), 109–121. (In Russian), SJR: 0.28, Q2.

Koleva, S. (2020). “The Useless” Other: African Specialists Trained in Bulgaria in the 1960s–1990s. Sociological Problems, 52 (1): 68–87 (In Bulgarian).

Boyadjieva P., P. Ilieva-Trichkova. (2021). Adult Education as Empowerment: Re-imagining Lifelong Learning through the Capability Approach, Recognition Theory and Common Goods Perspective. Palgrave Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. First online 20.03.2021: Adult Education as Empowerment | SpringerLink

Adult Education as Empowerment – Re-imagining Lifelong Learning through the Capability Approach, Recognition Theory and Common Goods Perspective | Pepka Boyadjieva | Palgrave Macmillan

Ilieva-Trichkova P, Boyadjieva P. (2021). The Fragile Axes of Life: A Capability Approach Perspective towards Graduates’ Education–Job Mismatches and Subjective Well-Being. Social Sciences, 10(7): 262. SJR (0.36), Q2, Open Access.

Gerganov A., Ilieva-Trichkova P., & Boyadjieva P. (2021). Corruption-Driven Inequalities in Access to Adult Education. Adult Education Quarterly. First Published November 19, 2021., SJR (0.52), Q2.

Ilieva-Trichkova, P. & Boyadjieva P. (2021). Participation in adult education as a layered process: Reconsidering the effects of social origin and innovation. Proceedings of the Adult Education in Global Times Conference, Edited by Jude Walker, Gabriella Maestrini, & Suzanne Smythe, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE), ISBN:978-0-920056-54-7, 288-294. 8719521.pdf (

Stoilova, R. and Ilieva-Trichkova, P. (2022). Fairness of Educational Opportunities and Income Distribution: Gender-Sensitive Analysis in a European Comparative Perspective. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print., SJR (0.53), Q1.

Mihaylova, R. (2022). Technology as an Actor in Communication between Teachers and Parents: the Case of Electronic Diaries. In: Popov, N., Wolhuter, C., de Beer, L., Hilton, G., Ogunleye, J., Achinewhu-Nworgu, E., Niemczyk, E. (Eds). Towards the Next Epoch of Education. BCES Conference Books. Vol. 20, pp. 159-165. BCES, Sofia. BCES Conference Book (

Boyadjieva P., & Ilieva-Trichkova P. (2022). Empowerment Through Lifelong Learning: A Social Justice Perspective. In: Evans K., Markowitsch J., Lee W.O., Zukas M. (eds) Third International Handbook of Lifelong Learning. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Springer, Cham.

Boyadjieva, P. (2022). (Un)avoidable Clash: Higher Education at the Altar of Its Missions and Rankings. In: Parreira do Amaral, M., Thompson, C. (eds) Geopolitical Transformations in Higher Education. Educational Governance Research, vol 17, pp: 125-142. Springer, Cham.

Boyadjieva, P. (2022). Beyond Economic Benefit: Higher Education as a Sphere of Recognition. In: Grekova, M., Mineva, M., Vajsova, L., Blagoev, D., (eds.). Sociology as a Civic Engagement. Sofia: University Publishing House “St. Kl. Ohridski”, pp. 442-463 (In Bulgarian),

Zdravkov, S. (2022). Delegated Budgets and Educational Inequalities. Critique and Humanism, 57, 101-117.

Kachakova, V. & Koleva, S. (2022). Social Justice at Stake: Education of African Students in Bulgaria 1960–1990, Sociological Problems 54(1), 49-70. CEEOL – Article Detail

Boyadjieva P., & Ilieva-Trichkova P. (2022). Is There Anything Beyond Happiness? A Comparative European Perspective Towards the Multi-Dimensional Character of Subjective Well-Being. Sociological Problems 54(1), 9-31. CEEOL – Article Detail

Boyadjieva P., & Ilieva-Trichkova P. (2022). Does participation in non-formal adult education matter for individual subjective well-being as a multidimensional functioning?. European Educational Research Journal, 0(0). IF: 1.701.

Haralampiev, K., Ilieva-Trichkova, P. & Boyadjieva, P. (2022). Does father’s class or mother’s education matter more? Decomposing and contextualising the influence of social origin on adult learning participation. International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol. 0, No. 0. SJR (0.52), Q2.

Stoilova, R. (2022). An Intersectional Approach to Educational Inequalities. Critique and Humanism, 57 (2): 119-133. CEEOL – Article Detail