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NIDI Master Thesis Award 2015
Josje ten Kate wins the NIDI Master Thesis Award 2015 with her master thesis entiteld "Collectivism, marriage, and well-being; how and why the extent to which marriage leads to greater subjective well-being depends on national collectivism".See more
Intra-European mobility: a guarantee for more European identity and solidarity?
The European Commission regards intra-European mobility as a way to increase support among citizens for the European integration project. The underlying idea is that Europeans who go and live in a different European country to work, to study or for family reasons will become more European and thus support the European project ‘from the bottom up’. But is this really so?
New Mobile Welfare website
As of April 22, the new website of the Mobile Welfare project is launched: www.mobilewelfare.org. Mobile Welfare - European welfare states in times of mobility - is a project that aims to understand the role of welfare systems in destination and origin countries for migration patterns within and towards Europe.See more
New FaMiLife website
As of April 22, the new website of the FaMiLife project is launched: www.familifeproject.com. FaMiLife - Families of migrant origin - a life course perspective - is a project that aims to contribute to our understanding of the role of international migration on the lives of migrants and their families. FaMiLife is funded through a Starting Grant of the European Research Council (ERC).See more
New CONOPP website
As of December 19th, the new website of the CONOPP project is launched: conopp.com. CONOPP - Contexts of Opportunity - is a project on explaining cross-national variation in the links between childhood disadvantage, young adult demographic behaviour and later-life outcomes. CONOPP is funded under the 7th Framework Programme through an Advanced Grant of the European Research Council.See more
NIDI is a research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and is affiliated with the University of Groningen (RUG). NIDI conducts scientific research on population issues (demography) and disseminates and enhances the use of demographic knowledge to stakeholders in academia, policy and society at large.
Das, De Valk & Merz (2016), Mothers' mobility after separation: Do grandmothers matter? Population, Space and Place.
Gauthier, Emery & Bartova (2016), The labour market intentions and behaviour of stay-at-home mothers in Western and Eastern Europe. Advances in Life Course Research.
Kaptijn, Thomese, Liefbroer, Van Poppel et al. (2015), The trade-off between female fertility and longevity during the epidemiological transition in the Netherlands. PLoS ONE.
Leandro-França, Van Solinge, Henkens & Murta (2016), Effects of three types of retirement preparation program: A qualitative study of civil servants in Brazil. Educational Gerontology.
Bovenkerk & Fokkema (2015), Crime among young Moroccan men in the Netherlands: Does their regional origin matter? European Journal of Criminology.
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