Maurice Gesthuizen
Maurice Gesthuizen
Sociology, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherland - Assistant Professor
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Ethnic diversity and social capital in Europe: tests of Putnam's thesis in European countries
M Gesthuizen, T Van der Meer, P Scheepers
Scandinavian Political Studies 32 (2), 121-142, 2009
2942009
The impact of neighbourhood and municipality characteristics on social cohesion in the Netherlands
J Tolsma, T Van Der Meer, M Gesthuizen
Acta Politica 44 (3), 286-313, 2009
2152009
Context matters: Economic marginalization of low-educated workers in cross-national perspective
M Gesthuizen, H Solga, R Künster
European Sociological Review 27 (2), 264-280, 2010
1362010
Education and dimensions of social capital: Do educational effects differ due to educational expansion and social security expenditure?
M Gesthuizen, T Van der Meer, P Scheepers
European Sociological Review 24 (5), 617-632, 2008
1232008
Youth labour market integration across Europe: The impact of cyclical, structural, and institutional characteristics
M De Lange, M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
European Societies 16 (2), 194-212, 2014
962014
Explaining relationships between ethnic diversity and informal social capital across European countries and regions: Tests of constrict, conflict and contact theory
M Savelkoul, M Gesthuizen, P Scheepers
Social Science Research 40 (4), 1091-1107, 2011
912011
Well begun, half done?
B Steijn, A Need, M Gesthuizen
Work, Employment & Society 20 (3), 453-472, 2006
912006
Economic vulnerability among low-educated Europeans: Resource, composition, labour market and welfare state influences
M Gesthuizen, P Scheepers
Acta sociologica 53 (3), 247-267, 2010
532010
The changing family background of the low-educated in the Netherlands: Socio-economic, cultural, and socio-demographic resources
M Gesthuizen, PM De Graaf, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 21 (5), 441-452, 2005
512005
Educational differences in volunteering in cross-national perspective: Individual and contextual explanations
M Gesthuizen, P Scheepers
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 41 (1), 58-81, 2012
502012
Arbeidsmobiliteit in goede banen: oorzaken van baan-en functiewisselingen en gevolgen voor de kenmerken van het werk
M Gesthuizen, J Dagevos
Sociaal en Cultureel Planbu, 2005
49*2005
Employment transitions in the Netherlands, 1980–2004: Are low educated men subject to structural or cyclical crowding out?
M Gesthuizen, MHJ Wolbers
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 28 (4), 437-451, 2010
48*2010
The life-course of the low-educated in the Netherlands: social and economic risks
MJW Gesthuizen
UB Nijmegen [Host], 2004
48*2004
Verbal ability of low-educated people in the Netherlands: the downside of educational expansion
MJW Gesthuizen, GLM Kraaykamp
332002
How socially committed are the Dutch low-educated? Historical trends, life-course changes, and two explanations for educational differences
M Gesthuizen
European Sociological Review 22 (1), 91-105, 2005
322005
The impact of generalized and institutional trust on donating to activist, leisure, and interest organizations: individual and contextual effects
A Evers, M Gesthuizen
International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 16 (4 …, 2011
302011
Mismatching of persons and jobs in the Netherlands: consequences for the returns to mobility
M Gesthuizen, J Dagevos
Work, Employment and Society 22 (3), 485-506, 2008
292008
Explaining health marginalisation of the lower educated: the role of cross‐national variations in health expenditure and labour market conditions
M Gesthuizen, T Huijts, G Kraaykamp
Sociology of health & illness 34 (4), 591-607, 2012
262012
Job characteristics and voluntary mobility in the Netherlands: differential education and gender patterns?
M Gesthuizen
International Journal of Manpower 30 (6), 549-566, 2009
252009
Support for traditional female roles across 32 countries: Female labour market participation, policy models and gender differences
S André, M Gesthuizen, P Scheepers
Comparative Sociology 12 (4), 447-476, 2013
232013
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