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