Arieke J. Rijken
Arieke J. Rijken
Assistant Professor of Sociology, VU University Amsterdam
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Influences of the family of origin on the timing and quantum of fertility in the Netherlands
AJ Rijken, AC Liefbroer
Population studies 63 (1), 71-85, 2009
892009
The influence of partner relationship quality on fertility
AJ Rijken, AC Liefbroer
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 25 (1), 27-44, 2009
652009
Partners’ relationship quality and childbearing
AJ Rijken, E Thomson
Social science research 40 (2), 485-497, 2011
472011
Couples’ decisions to have a first child: Comparing pathways to early and late parenthood
AJ Rijken, T Knijn
Demographic Research 21, 765-802, 2009
472009
European views of divorce among parents of young children: Understanding cross-national variation
AJ Rijken, AC Liefbroer
Demographic Research 27, 25-52, 2012
282012
Double standards: Differences in norms on voluntary childlessness for men and women
AJ Rijken, EM Merz
European sociological review 30 (4), 470-482, 2014
272014
Happy families, high fertility? Childbearing choices in the context of family and partner relationships
AJ Rijken
Utrecht University, 2009
27*2009
Differences in family norms for men and women across Europe
AJ Rijken, AC Liefbroer
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (4), 1097-1113, 2016
152016
Fertility rates in Europe: The influence of policy, economy and culture
A Rijken
Social policy, employment and family change in comparative perspective, 143-159, 2006
92006
Opvattingen over gezinsvorming
AJ Rijken, AC Liefbroer
Gezinsrapport 2011: een portret van het gezinsleven in Nederland, 62-78, 2011
62011
Demographic trends in the Netherlands
T Knijn, A Rijken
National report section 1, 9-20, 2003
62003
A survey experiment on citizens’ preferences for ‘vote–centric’vs.‘talk–centric’democratic innovations with advisory vs. binding outcomes
S Rojon, AJ Rijken, B Klandermans
Politics and Governance 7 (2), 213-226, 2019
52019
Explaining Dutch fertility Rates in a Comparative European perspective: The role of economy, social policy and culture
AJ Rijken, T Knijn
European Societies 10 (5), 763-786, 2008
52008
The association between Christianity and marriage attitudes in Europe. Does religious context matter?
AC Liefbroer, AJ Rijken
European Sociological Review 35 (3), 363-379, 2019
32019
Assessing the accuracy of life event calendar data in an offender sample
N van Gerwen, A Blokland, AJ Rijken
Justice Quarterly 36 (3), 532-566, 2019
22019
Religion and Marriage Attitudes: Evidence from the European Social Survey
A Rijken, A Liefbroer
European Population Conference 2018, 2018
12018
LABOUR SUPPLY IN THE NETHERLANDS
T Knijn, A Rijken
National report for the project,'Welfare Policies and Employment in the …, 2003
12003
Social Psychological Explanations of Political Inaction: Citizens’ Perspectives in Brazil, Hungary, and the Netherlands
MJ van Bezouw, G Zavecz, C Penna, AJ Rijken, PG Klandermans, ...
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 19 (1), 381-406, 2019
2019
Disillusioned Brits and Overwhelmed Swiss: Comparing Citizens’ Talk about Politics and Participatory Decision-Making in a Pure Representative Democracy and Semi-Direct Democracy
S Rojon, AJ Rijken
European Consortium for Political Research General Conference, 2019
2019
Comparing Public Support for Referendums Before and After the 2014-2016 Anti-EU Referendums
S Rojon, AJ Rijken
European Consortium for Political Research General Conference, 2019
2019
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