International book contributions

2016 (1)

  • Tolsma, J. & Wolbers, M. H. J. (2016). Social origin and inequality in educational return in the Dutch labour market. In: F. Bernardi & G. Bellarino (Eds). Education, occupation and social origin: a comparative analysis of the transmission of socio-economic inequalities (pp. 114-131). Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

2010 (2)

  • Feijten, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Gender, divorce and housing–a life course perspective. Pp. 175-193 in Reusche (ed.), Wohnen und gender. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften
  • Kraaykamp, G., K. van Eijck & W. Ultee (2010). Status, class, and culture in the Netherlands. Pp. 159-188 in: T.W. Chan & J. Goldthorpe (eds.). Social Status and Cultural Consumption, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2006 (3)

  • De Graaf, P. M., & De Graaf, N. D. (2006). Hoch-und popkulturelle Dimensionen kulturellen Kapitals: Auswirkungen auf den Bildungsstand der Kinder. Pp. 147-173 in Georg, W. Soziale Ungleichheit im Bildungssystem.
  • Kalmijn, M., & Luijkx, R. (2006). Changes in women’s employment and occupational mobility in the Netherlands: 1955 to 2000. Pp-pp. 84-112 in Blossfeld, H-P. & Hofmeister, H. (Ed.). Globalization, uncertainty and women's careers: An international comparison. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Luijkx, R., Kalmijn, M., & Muffels, R. J. (2006). The impact of globalization on job and career mobility of Dutch men: life-history data from the mid-1950s to the year 2000. Pp-pp. 117-144 in Blossfeld, Mills, M. & Bernardi, F. (Eds.). Globalization, Uncertainty, and Men's Careers: An International Comparison, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

2005 (1)

  • Need, A., Steijn, B. & Gesthuizen, M. (2005). Long-term effects of flexible work. Pp. 164-179 in B. Peper L. den Dulk & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (Eds.), Flexible working and the integration of work and personal life in a context of organizational change. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

2004 (2)

  • Graaf, N.D. de, Need, A. & Ultee, W. (2004). Leaving the Church in the Netherlands. A Comprehensive Explanation of Three Empirical Regularities. Pp. 81-116 in Crocket, A. & O’Leary, R. (Eds.), Patterns and Processes of Religious Change in Modern Industrial Societies. Europe and the United States). Wales, United Kingdom: The Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Mulder, C.H. (2004). Home ownership and social inequality in the Netherlands. Pp. 114-140 in K. Kurz & H.-P. Blossfeld (Eds.), Home ownership and social inequality in comparative perspective. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

2003 (1)

  • Graaf, N.D. de, Ultee, W., Smeenk, W. & Timm, A. (2003). The When and Whom of First Marriage in the Netherlands: A dynamic analysis of educational heterogamy for birth cohorts 1917 to 1975. Pp. 79-111 in Blossfeld H.-P. & A. Timm (Eds.), Who Marries Whom? Educational Systems as Marriage Markets in Modern Societies London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

2001 (1)

  • Hendrickx, J., Bernasco, W. & Graaf, P.M. de (2001). Couples labor market participation in the Nethertlands. Pp. 77-97 in Blossfeld H.-P. & Drobnič, S. (Eds.), Careers of couples in contemporary societies; a cross-national comparison of the transition from male breadwinner to dual-earner families. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

1998  (1)

  • Graaf, P.M. de & Ultee, W. (1998). Education and Early Occupation in the Netherlands around 1990: Categorical and Continuous Scales and the Details of a Relationship. Pp. 337-366 in Shavit Y & Müller, W. (Eds.), From School to Work. A Comparative Study ofEducational Qualifications and Occupational Destinations Oxford: Clarendon Press.

1997 (1)

  • Graaf, P.M. de & Vermeulen, H. (1997). Female labour market participation in the Netherlands: developments in the relationship between family cycle and employment. Pp. 191-209 in Blossfeld H.-P. & Hakim, C. (Eds.), Between Equalisation and Marginalisation; Women Working Part-time in Europe and the United States of America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.