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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Books by ICS members

ICS members Frank van Tubergen, Vincent Buskens & Rense Corten, and Tanja van der Lippe published interesting books

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