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Marleen Damman
Marleen Damman
Assistant Professor, Utrecht University
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The impact of midlife educational, work, health, and family experiences on men’s early retirement
M Damman, K Henkens, M Kalmijn
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2011
1242011
Late-career work disengagement: The role of proximity to retirement and career experiences
M Damman, K Henkens, M Kalmijn
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
992013
Missing work after retirement: The role of life histories in the retirement adjustment process
M Damman, K Henkens, M Kalmijn
The Gerontologist 55 (5), 802-813, 2015
962015
Women’s retirement intentions and behavior: The role of childbearing and marital histories
M Damman, K Henkens, M Kalmijn
European Journal of Population 31 (4), 339-363, 2015
572015
Gender, occupation, and promotion to management in the nonprofit sector: the critical case of Médecins sans Frontičres Holland
M Damman, L Heyse, M Mills
Nonprofit Management and Leadership 25 (2), 97-111, 2014
342014
Langer doorwerken valt nog niet mee
K Henkens, H Van Solinge, M Damman, E Dingemans
Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 32 (2), 1-4, 2016
262016
Design and codebook of the NIDI Pension Panel Study (NPPS) first wave, 2015
K Henkens, H Van Solinge, M Damman, E Dingemans
The Hague, NL: NIDI, 2017
222017
Gender differences in perceived workplace flexibility among older workers in the Netherlands: A brief report
M Damman, K Henkens
Journal of Applied Gerontology 39 (8), 915-921, 2020
212020
Blended work and employment participation of older workers: A further discussion
M Damman
Work, Aging and Retirement 2 (4), 384-389, 2016
202016
Intergenerational support in the transition from work to retirement
M Damman, R van Duijn
Work, Aging and Retirement 3 (1), 66-76, 2017
162017
Work role residuals among fully retired individuals: Results of a 10-year panel study
M Damman, K Henkens
Research on Aging 39 (7), 849-878, 2017
142017
Constrained agency in later working lives: Introduction to the special issue
M Damman, K Henkens
Work, Aging and Retirement 3 (3), 225-230, 2017
112017
From employee to retiree: Life histories and retirement in the Netherlands
M Damman
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
112014
Providing informal care next to paid work: explaining care-giving gratification, burden and stress among older workers
O Grünwald, M Damman, K Henkens
Ageing & Society 41 (10), 2280-2298, 2021
92021
Partners’ adjustment to older workers’ retirement: testing the role of preretirement expectations in a 10-year panel study
M Damman, D Segel-Karpas, K Henkens
Aging & mental health 23 (11), 1555-1561, 2019
82019
Family histories and women's retirement: the role of childbearing and marital experiences
M Damman, K Henkens, M Kalmijn
Netspar Discussion Paper, 2014
82014
Adaptation or exploration? Understanding older workers’ plans for post-retirement paid and volunteer work
H van Solinge, M Damman, DA Hershey
Work, Aging and Retirement 7 (2), 129-142, 2021
72021
The differential impact of retirement on informal caregiving, volunteering, and grandparenting: results of a 3-year panel study
O Grünwald, M Damman, K Henkens
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 76 (3), 607-619, 2021
62021
De combinatie van betaald en onbetaald werk in de jaren voor pensioen
M Damman, H van Solinge
Netspar Industry Paper Series,(Design Paper 69), 2017
62017
Taken by surprise. How older workers struggle with a higher retirement age
K Henkens, H Van Solinge, M Damman, E Dingemans
Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 32 (7), 1-2, 2016
62016
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