Kčne Henkens
Kčne Henkens
Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), UMCG Groningen & University of Amsterdam
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Retirement adjustment: A review of theoretical and empirical advance-ments
M Wang, K Henkens, V solinge
American Psychologist 66 (3), 2044213, 2011
4882011
Adjustment to and satisfaction with retirement: Two of a kind?
H Van Solinge, K Henkens
Psychology and aging 23 (2), 422, 2008
4392008
Productivity of older workers: Perceptions of employers and employees
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens, J Schippers
Population and development review 36 (2), 309-330, 2010
3692010
Involuntary retirement: The role of restrictive circumstances, timing, and social embeddedness
H Van Solinge, K Henkens
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2007
2952007
Stereotyping older workers and retirement: The managers' point of view
K Henkens
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 24 (4), 353-366, 2005
2882005
Retirement intentions and spousal support: A multi-actor approach
K Henkens
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 1999
2851999
Couples' adjustment to retirement: A multi-actor panel study
H Van Solinge, K Henkens
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2005
2612005
Dealing with older workers in Europe: a comparative survey of employers' attitudes and actions
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens, J Schippers
Journal of european social policy 19 (1), 47-60, 2009
2602009
Managing an aging workforce and a tight labor market: views held by Dutch employers
C Remery, K Henkens, J Schippers, P Ekamper
Population research and policy review 22 (1), 21-40, 2003
2332003
Intended and unintended consequences of a publish‐or‐perish culture: A worldwide survey
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63 (7 …, 2012
2312012
Living longer, working longer? The impact of subjective life expectancy on retirement intentions and behaviour
H Van Solinge, K Henkens
European journal of public health 20 (1), 47-51, 2010
2182010
Explaining retirement decisions of civil servants in the netherlands: intentions, behavior; and the discrepancy between the two
K Henkens, F Tazelaar
Research on aging 19 (2), 139-173, 1997
1781997
Involuntary retirement, bridge employment, and satisfaction with life: A longitudinal investigation
E Dingemans, K Henkens
Journal of organizational Behavior 35 (4), 575-591, 2014
1762014
Explaining emigration intentions and behaviour in the Netherlands, 2005–10
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens
Population Studies 67 (2), 225-241, 2013
1672013
Signals in science-On the importance of signaling in gaining attention in science
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens
Scientometrics 64 (2), 209-233, 2005
1622005
What makes a scientific article influential? The case of demographers
H Van Dalen, K Henkens
Scientometrics 50 (3), 455-482, 2001
1602001
Impact of different types of retirement transitions on perceived satisfaction with life
DA Hershey, K Henkens
The Gerontologist 54 (2), 232-244, 2014
1552014
Recharging or retiring older workers? Uncovering the age-based strategies of European employers
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens, M Wang
The Gerontologist 55 (5), 814-824, 2015
1522015
Employers’ attitudes and actions towards the extension of working lives in Europe
WS Conen, K Henkens, J Schippers
International Journal of Manpower, 2012
1462012
Longing for the good life: Understanding emigration from a high-income country
HP Van Dalen, K Henkens
Population and Development Review, 37-65, 2007
1422007
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