Journal articles
Zwiers, M, Bolt, G, van Ham, M and van Kempen, R (online first) The global financial crisis and neighborhood decline. Urban Geography

Andersson R. & Hedman L. (online first) Economic decline and residential segregation: A Swedish study with focus on Malmö. Urban Geography.

Boschman S. & van Ham M. (2015) Neighbourhood selection of non-western ethnic minorities. Testing the own-group effects hypothesis using a conditional logit model. Environment and Planning A 47, 115-1174.

Coulter R., van Ham M. & Findlay A. (2015) Re-thinking residential mobility: Linking lives through time and space. Progress in Human Geography.

van Ham M. & Manley D. (2015) Occupational Mobility and Living in Deprived Neighbourhoods: Housing Tenure Differences in ‘Neighbourhood Effects’. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 8 (4)

van Ham M & Tammaru, T (2015) Narrowing the gap: Growing segregation in European cities due to income unequality. RO Magazine, Oktober (22-23)

Manley, D., Johnston, R., Jones, K., & Owen, D. (2015) Macro-, meso- and micro-scale segregation: modelling changing ethnic residential patterns in Auckland, New Zealand, 2001-2013. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105(5).

Nieuwenhuis, JG and Hooimeijer, P (online first) The association between neighbourhoods and educational achievement, a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment

Pungas, E., Täht, K.,  Realo, A. & Tammaru, T. (2015), Does Ethnicity Matter in Intentions to Study Abroad? Analysis of High School Students in Estonia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (14)

 

Books
Tammaru T., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. & Musterd S. (eds) (2016) Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West. Routledge: Oxford.

 

Book chapters
Marcińczak S., Musterd S., van Ham M. & Tammaru T. (2016) Inequality and rising levels of socio-economic segregation: Lessons from a pan-European comparative study. In Tammaru T., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. & Musterd S. (eds) Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West. Conclusion. Routledge: Oxford.

Tammaru T., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. & Musterd S. (2016) A multi-factor approach to understanding socio-economic segregation in European capital cities. In Tammaru T., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. & Musterd S. (eds) Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West. Introduction. Routledge: Oxford.

Tammaru, T, Kährik, A, Mägi, K Novák, J & Leetmaa, K (2016) The ‘market experiment’: Increasing socio-economic segregation in the inherited bi-ethnic context of Tallinn. In Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities. East meets West, eds T Tammaru, S Marcińczak, M van Ham & S Musterd, Routledge, London.

Manley, D., Johnston, R. J., Jones, K. and Owen, D. (2016) Occupational segregation in London: a new framework for meddling segregation. In T. Tammaru, M. van Ham, M. Marcinczak and S. Musterd (editors) Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capitals: East meets West. London: Routledge

Valatka V, Burneika D & Ubareviciene, R (2016) Large social inequalities and low levels of socio-economic segregation in Vilnius. In Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities. East meets West, eds T Tammaru, S Marcińczak, M van Ham & S Musterd, Routledge, London.

 

PhD Thesis
Boschman, SE (2015) Selective mobility, segregation and neighbourhood effects. TU Delft

 

Discussion papers
Vogel M & van Ham M (2016) Disentangling Neighborhood Effects in Person-Context Research: An Application of a Neighborhood-Based Group Decomposition. IZA Discussion paper No. 9793

van Ham, M and Tammaru, T (2016) New perspectives on ethnic segregation over time and space: A domains approach. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9663 (www.iza.org)

Musterd, S, Marcinczak, S, van Ham, M and Tammaru T (2015) Socio-economic segregation in European capital cities: Increasing separation between poor and rich. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9603 (www.iza.org)

Mägi, K, Leetmaa, K, Tammaru, T and van Ham, M (2015) Types of spatial mobility and the ethnic context of destination neighbourhoods in Estonia. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9602 (www.iza.org)

de Vuijst, E, van Ham, M and Kleinhans R (2015) The moderating effet of higher education on intergenerational spatial inequality. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9557 (www.iza.org)

Nieuwenhuis J., Yu R., Branje S., Meeus W. & Hooimeijer P. (2015) Neighbourhood   poverty,   work   commitment  and  unemployment  in  early  adulthood:  a  longitudinal  study  into  the  moderating effect of personality. OTB Working paper series

Tammaru T., Strömgren M., van Ham M. & Danzer A. (2015) Gender differences in the effect of residential segregation on workplace segregation among newly arrived immigrants. IZA Discussion Paper No. 8932 (www.iza.org).

Zwiers M., Kleinhans K. & van Ham M. (2015) Divided cities: increasing socio-spatial polarization within large cities in the Netherlands. IZA Discussion Paper No. 8882 (www.iza.org).

Zwiers M., Bolt G., van Ham M. & van Kempen R. (2014) Neighborhood Decline and the Economic Crisis. IZA Discussion Paper No. 8749 (www.iza.org).

Boschman S., Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (2014) Ethnic Differences in Realising Desires to Leave the Neighbourhood. IZA Discussion Paper No. 8461 (www.iza.org).