Frank van Tubergen
Frank van Tubergen
Professor of Sociology, Utrecht University and NIDI
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The economic incorporation of immigrants in 18 western societies: Origin, destination, and community effects
F Van Tubergen, I Maas, H Flap
American sociological review 69 (5), 704-727, 2004
Ethnic intermarriage in the Netherlands: Confirmations and refutations of accepted insights
M Kalmijn, F Van Tubergen
European Journal of Population/Revue europeenne de demographie 22 (4), 371-397, 2006
The Integration of Immigrants in Cross-national Perspective: Origin, Destination, and Community Effects
F Van Tubergen
Univ., 2005
Religious Attendance in Cross‐National Perspective: A Multilevel Analysis of 60 Countries
S Ruiter, F Van Tubergen
American Journal of Sociology 115 (3), 863-895, 2009
Ethnicity, schooling, and merit in the Netherlands
HG Van De Werfhorst, F Van Tubergen
Ethnicities 7 (3), 416-444, 2007
The Employment Experience of Refugees in the Netherlands
T De Vroome, F Van Tubergen
International Migration Review 44 (2), 376-403, 2010
Destination-language proficiency in cross-national perspective: A study of immigrant groups in nine western countries
F Van Tubergen, M Kalmijn
American Journal of Sociology 110 (5), 1412-1457, 2005
Dynamics of interethnic contact: A panel study of immigrants in the Netherlands
B Martinovic, F Van Tubergen, I Maas
European Sociological Review 25 (3), 303-318, 2009
A comparative perspective on intermarriage: Explaining differences among national-origin groups in the United States
M Kalmijn, F Van Tubergen
Demography 47 (2), 459-479, 2010
The impact of origin and host country schooling on the economic performance of immigrants
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen
Social Forces 88 (2), 893-915, 2009
Religious affiliation and attendance among immigrants in eight western countries: Individual and contextual effects
F Van Tubergen
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45 (1), 1-22, 2006
Self-employment of immigrants: A cross-national study of 17 western societies
F Van Tubergen
Social forces 84 (2), 709-732, 2005
Immigrant self-employment: Testing hypotheses about the role of origin-and host-country human capital and bonding and bridging social capital
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen, T Van der Lippe
Work and Occupations 36 (3), 181-208, 2009
Denomination, religious context, and suicide: Neo-Durkheimian multilevel explanations tested with individual and contextual data
F Van Tubergen, M Te Grotenhuis, W Ultee
American Journal of Sociology 111 (3), 797-823, 2005
Religious affiliation and participation among immigrants in a secular society: A study of immigrants in the Netherlands
F Van Tubergen
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 33 (5), 747-765, 2007
The religiosity of immigrants in Europe: A cross‐national study
F Van Tubergen, JI Sindradottir
Journal for the scientific study of religion 50 (2), 272-288, 2011
Ethnic intermarriage among immigrants in the Netherlands: An analysis of population data
F Van Tubergen, I Maas
Social science research 36 (3), 1065-1086, 2007
Discrimination of Arabic-named applicants in the Netherlands: An internet-based field experiment examining different phases in online recruitment procedures
L Blommaert, M Coenders, F Van Tubergen
Social forces 92 (3), 957-982, 2014
Changes in immigrants’ social integration during the stay in the host country: The case of non-western immigrants in the Netherlands
B Martinovic, F Van Tubergen, I Maas
Social Science Research 38 (4), 870-882, 2009
Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in Germany
A Kanas, BR Chiswick, T Van Der Lippe, F Van Tubergen
International Migration Review 46 (3), 680-709, 2012
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