Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology

PhD theses by ICS PhD students

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All PhD theses by ICS PhD students are listed below. If you are interested in a digital copy which is not uploaded on this page, you can contact the author. Contact information can be found in this overview. You can also contact the ICS via ics@uu.nl

  • 310.   Tom Nijs (2022), “This place is ours: Collective psychological ownership and its social consequences.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 309.   Bram Hogendoorn (2022), “Divorce and inequality: Stratification in the risk and consequences of union dissolution.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 308.   Dragana Stojmenovska (2022), “Men’s place: The incomplete integration of women in workplace authority.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 307.   Nella Geurts (2022), “Puzzling pathways: The integration paradox among migrants in Western Europe.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 306.   Sander Kunst (2022), “The educational divide in openness towards globalisation in Western Europe.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 305.   Marijn Keijzer (2022), “Opinion dynamics in online social media.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 304.   Siyang Kong (2021), “Women and work in contemporary China: The effect of market transition on women’s employment, earnings, and status attainment.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 303.   Ardita Muja (2021), “From school to work: The role of the vocational specificity of education in young people’s labor market integration.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 302.   Eva Vriens (2021), “Mutualism in the 21st century: The why, when, and how behind successful risk-sharing institutions.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 301.   Fleur Goedkoop (2021), “Involvement in bottom-up energy transitions: The role of local and contextual embeddedness.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 300.   Suzanne de Leeuw (2021), “The intergenerational transmission of educational attainment after divorce and remarriage.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 299.   Kirsten van Houdt (2021), “Stepfamilies in adulthood: Solidarity between parents and adult children.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 298.   Jolien Geerlings (2021), “Teaching in culturally diverse classrooms: The importance of dyadic relations between teachers and children.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 297.   Jannes ten Berge (2021), “Technological change and work: The relation between technology implementation within organizations and changes in workers’ employment.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 296.   Andrea Forster (2021), “Navigating educational institutions: Mechanisms of educational inequality and social mobility in different educational systems.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 295.   Judith Kas (2021), “Trust and reputation in the peer-to-peer platform economy.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 294.   Marcus Kristiansen (2021), “Contact with benefits: How social networks affect benefit receipt dynamics in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 293.   Joris Broere (2020), “Essays on how social network structure affects asymmetric coordination and trust.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 292.   Lotte Scheeren (2020), “Not on the same track? Tracking age and gender inequality in education.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 291.   Tomas Turner-Zwinkels (2020), “A new macro-micro approach to the study of political careers: Theoretical, Methodological and empirical challenges and solutions.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 290.   Saskia Glas (2020), “Where are the Muslim Feminists? Religiosity and support for gender equality in the Arab region.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 289.   Diego Palacios (2020), “How context and the perception of peers’ behaviors shape relationships in adolescence: A multiplex social network perspective.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 288.   Vera de Bel (2020), “The ripple effect in family networks: Relational structures and well-being in divorced and non-divorced families.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 287.   Tery Setiawan (2020), “Support for interreligious conflict in Indonesia.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 286.   Tomáš Diviák (2020), “Criminal networks: Actors, mechanisms, and structures.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 285.   Lukas Norbutas (2020), “Trust on the dark web: An analysis of illegal online drug markets.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 284.   Lex Thijssen (2020), “Racial and ethnic discrimination in western labor markets: Empirical evidence from field experiments.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 283.   Tessa Kaufman (2020), “Toward tailored interventions: Explaining, assessing, and preventing persistent victimization of bullying.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 282.   Marina Tulin (2020), “Blind spots in social resource theory: Essays on the creation, maintenance and returns of social capital.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 281.   Marianne Hooijsma (2020), “Clashrooms: Interethnic peer relationships in schools.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 280.   Lonneke van den Berg (2020), “Time to leave: Individual and contextual explanations for the timing of leaving home.” ICS dissertation, Amsterdam
  • 279.   Mathijs Kros (2020), “The nature of negative contact: Studies on interethnic relations in Western societies.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 278.   Take Sipma (2020), “Economic insecurity and populist radical right voting.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 277.   Robert Krause (2019), “Multiple imputation for missing network data.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 276.   Femke van der Werf (2019), “Shadow of a rainbow? National and ethnic belonging in Mauritius.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 275.   Dieko Bakker (2019), “Cooperation and social control: Effects of preferences, institutions, and social structure.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 274.   Ashwin Rambaran (2019), “The classroom as context for bullying: A social network approach.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 273.   Roos van der Zwan (2019), “The political representation of ethnic minorities and their vote choice.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 272.   Leonie van Breeschoten (2019), “Combining a career and childcare: The use and usefulness of work-family policies in European organizations.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 271.   Müge Simsek (2019), “The dynamics of religion among native and immigrant youth in Western Europe.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 270.   Niels Blom (2019), “Partner relationship quality under pressing work conditions: Longitudinal and cross-national investigation.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 269.   Renske Verweij (2019), “Understanding childlessness: Unravelling the link with genes and the socio-environment.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 268.   Paula Thijs (2019), “Trends in cultural conservatism: The role of educational expansion, secularisation, and changing national contexts.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 267.   Nikki van Gerwen (2019), “Employee cooperation through training: A multi-method approach.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 266.   Jelle Lössbroek (2019), “Turning grey into gold: Employer-employee interplay in an ageing workforce.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 265.   Chaïm la Roi (2019), “Stigma and stress: Studies on attitudes towards sexual minority orientations and the association between sexual orientation and mental health.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 264.   Suwatin Miharti (2018), “Community health centers in Indonesia in the era of decentralization: The impact of structure, staff composition and management on health outcomes.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 263.   Jeanette Renema (2018), “Immigrants’ support for welfare spending: The causes and consequences of welfare usage and welfare knowledgeability.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 262.   Mariola Gremmen (2018), “Social network processes and academic functioning: The role of peers in students’ school well-being, academic engagement, and academic achievement.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 261.   Loes van Rijsewijk (2018), “Antecedents and consequences of helping among adolescents.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 260.   Susanne van ‘t Hoff-de Goede (2018), “While you were locked up: An empirical study on the characteristics, social surroundings and wellbeing of partners of prisoners in The Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 259.   Simon de Bruijn (2018), “Reaching agreement after divorce and separation: Essays on the effectiveness of parenting plans and divorce mediation.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 258.   Nynke Niezink (2018), “Modeling the dynamics of networks and continuous behavior.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 257.   Paul Hindriks (2018), “The struggle for power: Attitudes towards the political participation of ethnic minorities.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 256.   Manja Coopmans (2018), “Rituals of the past in the context of the present: The role of Remembrance Day and Liberation Day in Dutch society.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 255.   Mala Sondang Silitonga (2018), “Corruption in Indonesia: The impact of institutional change, norms, and networks.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 254.   Maaike van der Vleuten (2018), “Gendered Choices: Fields of study of adolescents in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 253.   Joran Laméris (2018), “Living together in diversity: Whether, why and where ethnic diversity affects social cohesion.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 252.   Yassine Khoudja (2018), “Women’s labor market participation across ethnic groups: The role of household conditions, gender role attitudes, and religiosity in different national contexts.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 251.   Bas Hofstra (2017), “Online social networks: Essays on membership, privacy, and structure.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 250.   Timo Septer (2017), “Goal priorities, cognition and conflict: Analyses of cognitive maps concerning organizational change.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 249.   Melissa Verhoef-van Dorp (2017), “Work schedules, childcare and well-being: Essays on the associations between modern-day job characteristics, childcare arrangements and the well-being of parents and children.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 248.   Margriet van Hek (2017), “Gender inequality in educational attainment and reading performance: A contextual approach.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 247.   Tatang Muttaqin (2017), “The education divide in Indonesia: Four essays on determinants of unequal access to and quality of education.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 246.   Beau Oldenburg (2017), “Bullying in schools: The role of teachers and classmates.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 245.   Mark Visser (2017), “Inequality between older workers and older couples in the Netherlands: A dynamic life course perspective on educational and social class differences in the late career.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 244.   Maja Djundeva (2016), “Healthy ageing in context: Family welfare state and the life course.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 243.   Josja Rokven (2016), “The victimization-offending relationship from a longitudinal perspective.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 242.   Sara Geven (2016), “Adolescent problem behavior in school: The role of peer networks.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 241.   Felix Christian Tropf (2016), “Social science genetics and fertility.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 240.   Tali Spiegel (2016), “Identity, career trajectories and wellbeing: A closer look at individuals with degenerative eye conditions.” ICS- dissertation, Groningen
  • 239.   Rozemarijn van der Ploeg (2016), “Be a buddy, not a bully? Four studies on social and emotional processes related to bullying, defending, and victimization.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 238.   Vincenz Frey (2016), “Network formation and trust.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 237.   Kim Pattiselanno (2016), “At your own risk: The importance of group dynamics and peer processes in adolescent peer groups for adolescents’ involvement in risk behaviors.” ICS- dissertation, Groningen
  • 236.   Jesper Rözer (2016), “Family and personal networks: How a partner and children affect social relationships.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 235.   André Grow (2016), “Status differentiation: New insights from agent-based modeling and social network analysis.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 234.   Wike Been (2015), “European top managers’ support for work-life arrangements” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 233.   Patrick Präg (2015), “Social stratification and health: Four essays on social determinants of health and wellbeing.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 232.   Sanne Smith (2015), “Ethnic segregation in friendship networks: Studies of its determinants in English, German, Dutch, and Swedish school classes.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 231.   Antonie Knigge (2015), “Sources of sibling similarity: Status attainment in the Netherlands during modernization.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 230.   Nynke van Miltenburg (2015), “Cooperation under peer sanctioning institutions: Collective decisions, noise, and endogenous implementation.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 229.   Britta Rüschoff (2015), “Peers in careers: Peer relationships in the transition from school to work.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 228.   Sarah Westphal (2015), “Are the kids alright? Essays on postdivorce residence arrangements and children’s well-being.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 227.   Miranda Visser (2015), “Loyality in humanity: Turnover among expatriate humanitarian aid workers.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 226.   Tinka Veldhuis (2015), “Captivated by fear: An evaluation of terrorism detention policy.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 225.   Jellie Sierksma (2015), “Bounded helping: How morality and intergroup relations shape children’s reasoning about helping.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 224.   Fernando Nieto Morales (2015), “The control imperative: Studies on reorganization in the public and private sectors.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 223.   Tim Immerzeel (2015), “Voting for a change: The democratic lure of populist radical right parties in voting behavior.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 222.   Manuel Muñoz-Herrera (2015), “The impact of individual differences on network relations: Social exclusion and inequality in productive exchange and coordination games.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 221.   Thomas Kowalewski (2015), “Personal growth in organizational contexts.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 220.   Gijs Huitsing (2014), “A social network perspective on bullying” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 219.   Mariska van der Horst (2014), “Gender, aspirations, and achievements: Relating work and family aspirations to occupational outcomes.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 218.   Gina-Felicia Potarca (2014), “Modern love: Comparative insights in online dating preferences and assortative mating.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 217.   Martijn Hogerbrugge (2014), “Misfortune and family: How negative events, family ties, and lives are linked.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 216.   Michael Savelkoul (2014), “Ethnic diversity and social capital: Testing underlying explanations derived from conflict and contact theories in Europe and the United States.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 215.   Anouk Smeekes (2014), “The presence of the past: Historical rooting of national identity and current group dynamics.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 214.   Zoltán Lippényi (2014), “Transitions toward an open society? Intergenerational occupational mobility in Hungary in the 19th and 20th centuries.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 213.   Esther Havekes (2014), “Putting interethnic attitudes in context: The relationship between neighbourhood characteristics, interethnic attitudes and residential behaviour.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 212.   Roza Meuleman (2014), “Consuming the Nation: Domestic cultural consumption: Its stratification and relation with nationalist attitudes.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 211.   Marloes de Lange (2013), “Causes and consequences of employment flexibility among young people: Recent developments in the Netherlands and Europe.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 210.   Thomas de Vroome (2013), “Earning your place: The relation between immigrants’ economic and psychological integration in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 209.   Dominik Morbitzer (2013), “Limited farsightedness in network formation.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 208.   Ozan Aksoy (2013), “Essays on social preferences and beliefs in non-embedded social dilemmas.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 207.   Wiebke Schulz (2013), “Careers of men and women in the 19th and 20th centuries.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 206.   Lieselotte Blommaert (2013), “Are Joris and Renske more employable than Rashid and Samira? A study on the prevalence and sources of ethnic discrimination in recruitment in the Netherlands using experimental and survey data.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 205.   Hidde Bekhuis (2013), “The popularity of domestic cultural products: Cross-national differences and the relation to globalization.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 204.   Katia Begall (2013), “Occupational hazard? The relationship between working conditions and fertility.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 203.   Anja-Kristin Abendroth (2013), “Working women in Europe: How the country, workplace, and family context matter.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 202.   Anke Munniksma (2013), “Crossing ethnic boundaries: Parental resistance to and consequences of adolescents’ cross-ethnic peer relations” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 201.   Nicoletta Balbo (2012), “Family, friends and fertility.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 200.   Roderick Sluiter (2012), “The diffusion of morality policies among Western European countries between 1960 and 2010: A comparison of temporal and spatial diffusion patterns of six morality and eleven non-morality policies.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 199.   Fransje Smits (2012), “Turks and Moroccans in the Low Countries around the year 2000: Determinants of religiosity, trend in religiosity and determinants of the trend.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 198.   Mieke Maliepaard (2012), “Religious trends and social integration: Muslim minorities in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 197.   Marieke van Schellen (2012), “Marriage and crime over the life course: The criminal careers of convicts and their spouses.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 196.   Anca Minescu (2012), “Relative group position and intergroup attitudes in Russia.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 195.   Michal Bojanowski (2012), “Essays on social network formation in heterogeneous populations: Models, methods, and empirical analyses.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 194.   Alona Labun (2012), “Social networks and informal power in organizations.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 193.   Jelmer Schalk (2012), “The performance of public corporate actors: Essays on effects of institutional and network embeddedness in supranational, national, and local collaborative contexts.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 192.   Katya Ivanova (2012), “From parents to partners: The impact of family on romantic relationships in adolescence and emerging adulthood.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 191.   Maike Gieling (2012), “Dealing with diversity: Adolescents’ support for civil liberties and immigrant rights.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 190.   Valeska Korff (2012), “Between cause and control: Management in a humanitarian organization.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 189.   Asya Zhelyazkova (2012), “Compliance under controversy: Analysis of the transposition of European directives and their provisions.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 188.   Sigrid Mohnen (2012), “Neighborhood context and health: How neighborhood social capital affects individual health.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 187.   Marieke van Londen (2012), “Exclusion of ethnic minorities in the Netherlands: The effects of individual and situational characteristics on opposition to ethnic policy and ethnically mixed neighbourhoods.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 186.   Mark Levels (2011), “Abortion laws in European Countries between 1960 and 2010: Legislative developments and their consequences for women’s reproductive decision making.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 185.   Ruud van der Horst (2011), “Network effects on treatment results in a closed forensic psychiatric setting.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 184.   Giedo Jansen (2011), “Social cleavages and political choices: Large-scale comparisons of social class, religion and voting behavior in Western democracies.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 183.   Tobias Stark (2011), “Integration in schools: A process perspective on students’ interethnic attitudes and interpersonal relationships.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 182.   Natascha Notten (2011), “Parents and the media: Causes and consequences of parental media socialization.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 181.   Annemarije Oosterwaal (2011), “The gap between decision and implementation: Decision making, delegation and compliance in governmental and organizational settings.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 180.   Lea Ellwardt (2011), “Gossip in organizations: A social network study.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 179.   Agnieszka Kanas (2011), “The economic performance of immigrants: The role of human and social capital.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 178.   Miranda Vervoort (2011), “Living together apart? Ethnic concentration in the neighborhood and ethnic minorities’ social contacts and language practices.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 177.   Wouter Steenbeek (2011), “Social and physical disorder: How community, business presence and entrepreneurs influence disorder in Dutch neighborhoods.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 176.   Tim Huijts (2011), “Social ties and health in Europe: Individual associations, cross-national variations, and contextual explanations.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 175.   Willem Huijnk (2011), “Family life and ethnic attitudes: The role of the family for attitudes towards intermarriage and acculturation among minority and majority groups.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 174.   Marieke van de Rakt (2011), “Two generations of crime: The intergenerational transmission of convictions over the life course.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 173.   Marie-Louise Damen (2010), “Cultuurdeelname en CKV: Studies naar effecten van kunsteducatie op de cultuurdeelname van leerlingen tijdens en na het voortgezet onderwijs.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 172.   Michael Mäs (2010), “The diversity puzzle. explaining clustering and polarization of opinions.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 171.   Kees Keizer (2010), “The spreading of disorder.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 170.   Jelle Sijtsema (2010), “Adolescent aggressive behavior: Status and stimulation goals in relation to the peer context.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 169.   Anne Roeters (2010), “Family life under pressure? Parents’ paid work and the quantity and quality of parent-child and family time.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 168.   Borja Martinovic (2010), “Interethnic contacts: A dynamic analysis of interaction between immigrants and natives in Western countries.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 167.   Stephanie Wiesmann (2010), “24/7 Negotiation in couples’ transition to parenthood.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 166.   Olav Aarts (2010), “Religious diversity and religious involvement: A study of religious markets in Western societies at the end of the twentieth century.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 165.   Rianne Kloosterman (2010), “Social background and children’s educational careers: The primary and secondary effects of social background over transitions and over time in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 164.   Richard Zijdeman (2010), “Status attainment in the Netherlands, 1811-1941: Spatial and temporal variation before and during industrialization.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 163.   Birgit Pauksztat (2010), “Speaking up in organizations: Four studies on employee voice.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 162.   Nicole Tieben (2010), “Transitions, tracks and transformations: Social inequality in transitions into, through and out of secondary education in the Netherlands for cohorts born between 1914 and 1985.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 161.   Miranda Sentse (2010), “Bridging contexts: The interplay between family, child, and peers in explaining problem behavior in early adolescence.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 160.   Renske Keizer (2010), “Remaining childless: Causes and consequences from a life-course perspective.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 159.   Lieke ten Brummelhuis (2009), “Family matters at work: Depleting and enriching effects of employees’ family lives on work outcomes.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 158.   Nienke Moor (2009), “Explaining worldwide religious diversity: The relationship between subsistence technologies and ideas about the unknown in pre-industrial and (post-)industrial societies.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 157.   Philip Wotschack (2009), “Household governance and time allocation: Four studies on the combination of work and care.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 156.   Freek Bucx (2009), “Linked lives: Young adults’ life course and relations with parents.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 155.   Jochem Tolsma (2009), “Ethnic hostility among ethnic majority and minority groups in the Netherlands: An investigation into the impact of social mobility experiences, the local living environment and educational attainment on ethnic hostility.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 154.   Arieke Rijken (2009), “Happy families, high fertility? Childbearing choices in the context of family and partner relationships.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 153.   Rense Corten (2009), “Co-evolution of social networks and behavior in social dilemmas: Theoretical and empirical perspectives.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 152.   Manuela Vieth (2009), “Commitments and reciprocity in trust situations: Experimental studies on obligation, indignation, and self-consistency.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 151.   Tom van der Meer (2009), “States of freely associating citizens: Comparative studies into the impact of state institutions on social, civic and political participation.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 150.   Gerald Mollenhorst (2009), “Networks in contexts: How meeting opportunities affect personal relationships.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 149.   Jessica Nooij (2009), “The self in social rejection.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 148.   Gijs Weijters (2008), “Youth delinquency in Dutch cities and schools: A multilevel approach.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 147.   Eva Jaspers (2008), “Intolerance over time: Macro- and micro-level questions on attitudes towards euthanasia, homosexuality and ethnic minorities.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 146.   Gijs van Houten (2008), “Beleidsuitvoering in gelaagde stelsels: De doorwerking van aanbevelingen van de Stichting van de Arbeid in het CAO-overleg.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 145.   Ellen Verbakel (2008), “The partner as resource or restriction? Labour market careers of husbands and wives and the consequences for inequality between couples.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 144.   Margreet Frieling (2008), “‘Joint production’ als motor voor actief burgerschap in de buurt.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 143.   Janneke Joly (2008), “People on our minds: When humanized contexts activate social norms.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 142.   Stijn Ruiter (2008), “Association in context and association as context: Causes and consequences of voluntary association involvement.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 141.   Ingrid Doorten (2008), “The division of unpaid work in the household: A stubborn pattern?” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 140.   Andrea Knecht (2008), “Friendship selection and friends’ influence: Dynamics of networks and actor attributes in early adolescence.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 139.   Ruud van der Meulen (2007), “Brug over woelig water: Lidmaatschap van sportverenigingen, vriendschappen, kennissenkringen en veralgemeend vertrouwen.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 138.   Djamila Schans (2007), “Ethnic diversity in intergenerational solidarity.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 137.   Wouter van Gils (2007), “Full-time working couples in the Netherlands: Causes and consequences.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 136.   Jan Kornelis Dijkstra (2007), “Status and affection among (pre)adolescents and their relation with antisocial and prosocial behavior.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 135.   Jan Reitsma (2007), “Religiosity and solidarity: Dsimensions and relationships disentangled and tested.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 134.   Ruben van Gaalen (2007), “Solidarity and ambivalence in parent-child relationships.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 133.   István Henrik Back (2007), “Commitment and evolution: Connecting emotion and reason in long-term relationships.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 132.   Michael Schweinberger (2007), “Statistical methods for studying the evolution of networks and behavior.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 131.   Sonja Vogt (2007), “Heterogeneity in social dilemmas: The case of social support.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 130.   Patricia van Echtelt (2007), “Time-greedy employment relationships: Four studies on the time claims of post-Fordist work.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 129.   Jacob Dijkstra (2007), “The effects of externalities on partner choice and payoffs in exchange networks.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 128.   Marieke Voorpostel (2007), “Sibling support: The exchange of help among brothers and sisters in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 127.   Willem-Jan Verhoeven (2007), “Income attainment in post-communist societies.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 126.   Ayse Güveli (2007), “New social classes within the service class in the Netherlands and Britain: Adjusting the EGP class schema for the technocrats and the social and cultural specialists.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 125.   Henrike Elzen (2006), “Self-Management for chronically ill older people.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 124.   Helga de Valk (2006), “Pathways into adulthood: A comparative study on family life transitions among migrant and Dutch youth.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 123.   Mirjam Plantinga (2006), “Employee motivation and employee performance in child care: The effects of the introduction of market forces on employees in the Dutch child-care sector.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 122.   Stefan Thau (2006), “Workplace deviance: Four studies on employee motives and self-regulation.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 121.   Jannes de Vries (2006), “Measurement error in family background variables: The bias in the intergenerational transmission of status, cultural consumption, party preference, and religiosity.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 120.   Mathilde Strating (2006), “Facing the challenge of rheumatoid arthritis: A 13-year prospective study among patients and cross-sectional study among their partners.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 119.   Lotte Vermeij (2006), “What’s cooking? Cultural boundaries among Dutch teenagers of different ethnic origins in the context of school.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 118.   Mattijs Lambooij (2005), “Promoting cooperation: Studies into the effects of long-term and short-term rewards on cooperation of employees.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 117.   Davide Barrera (2005), “Trust in embedded settings.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 116.   Johan Hansen (2005), “Shaping careers of men and women in organizational contexts.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 115.   Martin van der Gaag (2005), “Measurement of individual social capital.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 114.   Carolien Klein Haarhuis (2005), “Promoting anti-corruption reforms: Evaluating the implementation of a World Bank anti-corruption program in seven African countries (1999-2001).” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 113.   Ferry Koster (2005), “For the time being: Accounting for inconclusive findings concerning the effects of temporary employment relationships on solidary behavior of employees.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 112.   Frank van Tubergen (2005), “The integration of immigrants in cross-national perspective: Origin, destination, and community effects.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 111.   Esther de Ruijter (2005), “Household outsourcing.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 110.   Carlijne Philips (2005), “Vakantiegemeenschappen: Kwalitatief en kwantitatief onderzoek naar gelegenheid en refreshergemeenschap tijdens de vakantie.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 109.   Maurice Gesthuizen (2004), “The life course of the low-educated in the Netherlands: Social and economic risks.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 108.   Rita Smaniotto (2004), “‘You scratch my back and I scratch yours’ versus ‘love thy neighbour’: Two proximate mechanisms of reciprocal altruism.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 107.   Renée van der Hulst (2004), “Gender differences in workplace authority: An empirical study on social networks.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 106.   René Bekkers (2004), “Giving and volunteering in the Netherlands: Sociological and psychological perspectives.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 105.   Tamar Fischer (2004), “Parental divorce, conflict and resources: The effects on children’s behaviour problems, socioeconomic attainment, and transitions in the demographic career.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 104.   Javier Arregui Moreno (2004), “Negotiation in legislative decision-making in the European Union.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 103.   Hanneke Schuurmans (2004), “Promoting well-being in frail elderly people: Theory and intervention.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 102.   Vivian Meertens (2004), “Depressive symptoms in the general population: A multifactorial social approach.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 101.   Marieke van der Wal (2004), “Competencies to participate in life: Measurement and the impact of school.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 100.   Ineke Nagel (2004), “Cultuurdeelname in de levensloop.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 99.      Marnix Croes en Peter Tammes (2004). Gif laten wij niet voortbestaan: Een onderzoek naar de overlevingskansen van Joden in de Nederlandse gemeenten, 1940-1945. Aksant Academic Publishers, Amsterdam.
  • 98.      Evelyn Hello (2003), “Educational attainment and ethnic attitudes: How to explain their relationship.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 97.      Christiaan Monden (2003), “Education, inequality and health: The impact of partners and life course.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 96.      Johan van Wilsem (2003), “Crime and context: The impact of individual, neighborhood, city and country characteristics on victimization.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 95.      Christian Steglich (2003), “The framing of decision situations: Automatic goal selection and rational goal pursuit.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 94.      Corine Hoeben (2003), “LETS’ be a community: Community in local exchange trading systems.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 93.      Justine Horgan (2003), “High-performance human resource management in Ireland and the Netherlands: Adoption and effectiveness.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 92.      Marcel van Egmond (2003), “Rain falls on all of us (but some manage to get more wet than others): Political context and electoral participation.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 91.      Marc Verboord (2003), “Moet de meester dalen of de leerling klimmen? De invloed van literatuuronderwijs en ouders op het lezen van boeken tussen 1975 en 2000.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 90.      Annelies Kassenberg (2002), “Wat scholieren bindt: Sociale gemeenschap in scholen.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 89.      Merijn Rengers (2002), “Economic lives of artists: Studies into careers and the labour market in the cultural sector.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 88.      Hilde Bras (2002), “Zeeuwse meiden: Dienen in de levensloop van vrouwen, ca. 1850 – 1950.” Aksant Academic Publishers, Amsterdam
  • 87.      Thomas Gautschi (2002), “Trust and exchange, effects of temporal embeddedness and network embeddedness on providing and dividing a surplus.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 86.      Károly Takács (2002), “Social networks and intergroup conflict.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 85.      Gerrit Rooks (2000), “Contract en conflict: Strategisch management van inkooptransacties.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 84.      Alexander Gattig (2002), “Intertemporal decision making.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 83.      Anne-Rigt Poortman (2002), “Socioeconomic causes and consequences of divorce.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 82.      Miranda Jansen (2002), “Waardenoriëntaties en partnerrelaties: Een panelstudie naar wederzijdse invloeden.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 81.      Jacques Janssen (2002), “Do opposites attract divorce? Dimensions of mixed marriage and the risk of divorce in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 80.      Uwe Matzat (2001), “Social networks and cooperation in electronic communities: A theoretical-empirical analysis of academic communication and internet discussion groups.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 79.      Marcel Lubbers (2001), “Exclusionistic electorates: Extreme right-wing voting in Western Europe.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 78.      Marcel Coenders (2001), “Nationalistic attitudes and ethnic exclusionism in a comparative perspective: An empirical study of attitudes toward the country and ethnic immigrants in 22 countries.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 77.      Alinda van Bruggen (2001), “Individual production of social well-being: An exploratory study.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 76.      Inge Sieben (2001), “Sibling similarities and social stratification: The impact of family background across countries and cohorts.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 75.      Marcel van Assen (2001), “Essays on actor perspectives in exchange networks and social dilemmas.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 74.      Hester Moerbeek (2001), “Friends and foes in the occupational career: The influence of sweet and sour social capital on the labour market.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 73.      Tamás Bartus (2001), “Social capital and earnings inequalities: The role of informal job search in Hungary.” ICS dissertation Groningen
  • 72.      Herman van de Werfhorst (2001), “Field of study and social inequality: Four types of educational resources in the process of stratification in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 71.      Madelon Kroneman (2001), “Healthcare systems and hospital bed use.” ICS/NIVEL-dissertation, Utrecht
  • 70.      Jan Kratzer (2001), “Communication and performance: An empirical study in innovation teams.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 69.      Inge de Wolf (2000), “Opleidingsspecialisatie en arbeidsmarktsucces van sociale wetenschappers.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 68.      Bernard Nijstad (2000), “How the group affects the mind: Effects of communication in idea generating groups.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 67.      Rudi Turksema (2000), “Supply of day care.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 66.      Sylvia Peacock-Korupp (2000), “Mothers and the process of social stratification.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 65.      Sandra van Thiel (2000), “Quangocratization: Trends, causes and consequences.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 64.      Agnes Akkerman (2000), “Verdeelde vakbeweging en stakingen: Concurrentie om leden.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 63.      Peter Mühlau (2000), “The governance of the employment relation: Arelational signaling perspective.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 62.      Marjolein Achterkamp (1999), “Influence strategies in collective decision making: A comparison of two models.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 61.      René Veenstra (1999), “Leerlingen, Klassen, Scholen: Prestaties en vorderingen van leerlingen in het voortgezet onderwijs.” Amsterdam, Thela Thesis
  • 60.      Diane Payne (1999), “Policy Making in the European Union: An analysis of the impact of the reform of the structural funds in Ireland.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 59.      Rafael Wittek (1999), “Interdependence and informal control in organizations.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 58.      Corine Baarda (1999), “Politieke besluiten en boeren beslissingen: Het draagvlak van het mestbeleid tot 2000.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 57.      Robert Thomson (1999), “The party mandate: Election pledges and government actions in the Netherlands, 1986 1998.” Amsterdam: Thela Thesis
  • 56.      Gerhard van de Bunt (1999), “Friends by choice: An actor-oriented statistical network model for friendship networks through time.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 55.      Mérove Gijsberts (1999), “The legitimation of inequality in state-socialist and market societies, 1987-1996.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 54.      Susanne Rijken (1999), “Educational expansion and status attainment: A cross-national and over-time comparison.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 53.      Vincent Buskens (1999), “Social networks and trust.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 52.      Marinus Spreen (1999), “Sampling personal network structures: Statistical inference in ego graphs.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 51.      Wilma Smeenk (1998), “Opportunity and marriage: The impact of individual resources and marriage market structure on first marriage timing and partner choice in the Netherlands.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 50.      Maarten Wolbers (1998), “Diploma-inflatie en verdringing op de arbeidsmarkt: Een studie naar ontwikkelingen in de opbrengsten van diploma’s in Nederland.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 49.      Per Kropp (1998), “Berufserfolg im Transformationsprozeß: Eine theoretisch empirische Studie über die Gewinner und Verlierer der Wende in Ostdeutschland.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 48.      Jack Hutten (1998), “Workload and provision of care in general practice: An empirical study of the relation between workload of Dutch general practitioners and the content and quality of their care.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 47.      Jim Allen (1997), “Sector composition and the effect of education on Wages: An international comparison.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 46.      Ariana Need (1997), “The kindred vote: Individual and family effects of social class and religion on electoral change in the Netherlands, 1956 1994.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 45.      Jacques Niehof (1997), “Resources and social reproduction: The effects of cultural and material resources on educational and occupational careers in industrial nations at the end of the twentieth century.” ICS dissertation, Nijmegen
  • 44.      Anna Petra Nieboer (1997), “Life events and well-being: A prospective study on changes in well-being of elderly people due to a serious illness event or death of the spouse.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 43.      Marijke von Bergh (1997), “Loopbanen van oudere werknemers.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 42.      Boris Blumberg (1997), “Das Management von Technologiekooperationen: Partnersuche und Verhandlungen mit dem Partner aus Empirisch Theoretischer Perspektive.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 41.      Anne-Geerte van de Goor (1997), “Effects of regulation on disability duration.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 40.      Róbert Gál (1997), “Unreliability: Contract discipline and contract governance under economic transition.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 39.      Lucienne van Eijk (1997), “Activity and wellbeing in the elderly.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 38.      Kees van Veen (1997), “Inside an internal labor market: Formal rules, flexibility and career lines in a Dutch manufacturing company.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 37.      Andreas Flache (1996), “The double edge of networks: An analysis of the effect of informal networks on cooperation in social dilemmas.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 36.      René Torenvlied (1996), “Besluiten in uitvoering: Theorieën over beleidsuitvoering modelmatig getoetst op sociale vernieuwing in drie gemeenten.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 35.      Jooske van Busschbach (1996), “Uit het oog, uit het hart? Stabiliteit en verandering in persoonlijke relaties.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 34.      Koos Postma (1996), “Changing prejudice in Hungary. A study on the collapse of state socialism and its impact on prejudice against Gypsies and Jews.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 33.      Chris Snijders (1996), “Trust and commitments.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 32.      Ellen Lindeman (1996), “Participatie in vrijwilligerswerk.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 31.      Nardi Steverink (1996), “Zo lang mogelijk zelfstandig: Naar een verklaring van verschillen in oriëntatie ten aanzien van opname in een verzorgingstehuis onder fysiek kwetsbare ouderen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 30.      Anneke Cancrinus-Matthijsse (1995), “Tussen hulpverlening en ondernemerschap: Beroepsuitoefening en taakopvattingen van openbare apothekers in een aantal West-Europese landen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 29.      Beate Volker (1995), “Should auld acquaintance be forgot…? Institutions of communism, the transition to capitalism and personal networks: The case of East Germany.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 28.      Roger Leenders (1995), “Structure and influence: Statistical models for the dynamics of actor attributes, network structure, and their interdependence.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 27.      Paul Ligthart (1995), “solidarity in economic transactions: An experimental study of framing effects in bargaining and contracting.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 26.      Kwasi Boahene (1995), “Innovation adoption as a socioeconomic process: The case of the Ghanaian cocoa industry.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 25.      Jos de Haan (1994), “Research groups in Dutch sociology.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 24.      Liset van Dijk (1994), “Choices in child care: The distribution of child care among mothers, fathers and non parental care providers.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 23.      Wim Bernasco (1994), “Coupled careers: The effects of spouse’s resources on success at work.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 22.      Jaco Berveling (1994), “Het stempel op de besluitvorming: Macht, invloed en besluitvorming op twee Amsterdamse beleidsterreinen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 21.      Evelien Zeggelink (1993), “Strangers into friends: The evolution of friendship networks using an individual oriented modeling approach.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 20.      Gerbert Kraaykamp (1993), “Over lezen gesproken: Een studie naar sociale differentiatie in leesgedrag.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 19.      Peter van der Meer (1993), “Verdringing op de Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt: Sector- en sekseverschillen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 18.      Marc Jacobs (1993), “Software: Kopen of kopiëren? Een sociaal wetenschappelijk onderzoek onder PC gebruikers.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 17.      Tanja van der Lippe (1993), “Arbeidsverdeling tussen mannen en vrouwen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 16.      Marcel van Dam (1992), “Regio zonder regie: Verschillen in en effectiviteit van gemeentelijk arbeidsmarktbeleid.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 15.      Peter van Roozendaal (1992), “Cabinets in multi party democracies: The effect of dominant and central parties on cabinet composition and durability.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 14.      Conny Taes (1992), “Kijken naar banen: Een onderzoek naar de inschatting van arbeidsmarktkansen bij schoolverlaters uit het middelbaar beroepsonderwijs.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 13.      Ed Boxman (1992), “Contacten en carrière : Een empirisch theoretisch onderzoek naar de relatie tussen sociale netwerken en arbeidsmarktposities” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 12.      Cora Maas (1992), “Probleemleerlingen in het basisonderwijs.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 11.      Hanneke Hermsen (1992), “Votes and policy preferences: Equilibria in party systems.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 10.      Gert Westert (1991), “Verschillen in ziekenhuisgebruik.” ICS dissertation, Groningen
  • 9.         Rudi Wielers (1991), “Selectie en allocatie op de arbeidsmarkt. Een uitwerking voor de informele en geïnstitutionaliseerde kinderopvang.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 8.         Ronald Batenburg (1991), “Automatisering in bedrijf.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 7.         Sjerp de Vries (1991), “Egoism, altruism, and social justice: Theory and experiments on cooperation in social dilemmas.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 6.         Karin Sanders (1991), “Vrouwelijke pioniers: Vrouwen en mannen met een ‘mannelijke’ hogere beroepsopleiding aan het begin van hun loopbaan.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 5.         Jan van den Bos (1991), “Dutch EC policy making: A model guided approach to coordination and negotiation.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 4.         Marjolein Broese van Groenou (1991), “Gescheiden netwerken: De relaties met vrienden en verwanten na echtscheiding.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 3.         Ineke Maas (1990), “Deelname aan podiumkunsten via de podia, de media en actieve beoefening: Substitutie of leereffecten?” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • 2.         Marco van Leeuwen (1990), “Bijstand in Amsterdam, ca. 1800-1850: Armenzorg als beheersings en overlevingsstrategie.” ICS dissertation, Utrecht
  • 1.         Kees van Liere (1990), “Lastige leerlingen: Een empirisch onderzoek naar sociale oorzaken van probleemgedrag op basisscholen.” Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers

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2 awards for article “The Matthew Effect in Science Funding”

Thijs Bol (Associate Professor UvA), Mathijs de Vaan and Arnout van de Rijt (Professor UU) received two awards for their paper “The Matthew Effect in Science Funding”

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