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Hilde Bras
Hilde Bras
Professor of Economic and Social History with special attention to Global Demography and Health
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Standardization of pathways to adulthood? An analysis of Dutch cohorts born between 1850 and 1900
H Bras, AC Liefbroer, CH Elzinga
Demography 47 (4), 1013-1034, 2010
922010
Sibship size and status attainment across contexts: Evidence from the Netherlands, 1840-1925
H Bras, J Kok, K Mandemakers
Demographic Research 23, 73-104, 2010
692010
Zeeuwse meiden: dienen in de levensloop van vrouwen, 1850-1950
H Bras
Aksant Academic Publishers, 2002
642002
Kinship and social networks: A regional analysis of sibling relations in twentieth-century Netherlands
H Bras, T Van Tilburg
Journal of Family History 32 (3), 296-322, 2007
522007
Naturally, every child was supposed to work: Determinants of the leaving home process in the Netherlands, 1850-1940
EMG Timmer, NL Stevens
The road to independence: leaving home in Western and Eastern Societies …, 2003
512003
“They live in indifference together”: marriage mobility in Zeeland, the Netherlands, 1796–1922
H Bras, J Kok
International review of social History 50 (S13), 247-274, 2005
462005
Maids to the city: Migration patterns of female domestic servants from the province of Zeeland, the Netherlands (1850–1950)
H Bras
The History of the Family 8 (2), 217-246, 2003
462003
Family, gender, and women's nutritional status: a comparison between two Himalayan communities in Nepal
DS Madjdian, HAJ Bras
Economic History of Developing Regions 31 (1), 198-223, 2016
412016
Structural and diffusion effects in the Dutch fertility transition, 1870-1940
H Bras
Demographic Research 30, 151-186, 2014
412014
The effects of siblings on the migration of women in two rural areas of Belgium and the Netherlands, 1829–1940
H Bras, M Neven
Population studies 61 (1), 53-71, 2007
412007
Strong and weak family ties revisited: Reconsidering European family structures from a network perspective
B Mönkediek, H Bras
The History of the Family 19 (2), 235-259, 2014
402014
Unraveling the intergenerational transmission of fertility: genetic and shared-environment effects during the demographic transition in the Netherlands, 1810–1910
H Bras, J Van Bavel, K Mandemakers
The History of the Family 18 (2), 116-134, 2013
392013
Socio‐cultural and economic determinants and consequences of adolescent undernutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in LLMICs: a systematic narrative review
DS Madjdian, F Azupogo, SJM Osendarp, H Bras, ID Brouwer
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1416 (1), 117-139, 2018
382018
Relatives as spouses: preferences and opportunities for kin marriage in a Western society
H Bras, F Van Poppel, K Mandemakers
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
312009
Social change, the institution of service and youth: the case of service in the lives of rural-born Dutch women, 1840–1940
H Bras
Continuity and Change 19 (2), 241-264, 2004
292004
Zeeuwse meiden
H Bras
Dienen in de levensloop van vrouwen, ca 1950, 1850-1950, 1850
231850
With the help of kin?
PPP Rotering, H Bras
Human Nature 26 (1), 102-121, 2015
192015
Intensification of family relations? Changes in the choice of marriage witnesses in the Netherlands, 1830-1950
HAJ Bras
192011
Intensification of family relations? Changes in the choice of marriage witnesses in the Netherlands, 1830-1950
HAJ Bras
192011
Van geboortebank tot collaboratory. Een reflectie op twintig jaar dataverzameling en onderzoek met de HSN
J Kok, K Mandemakers, H Bras
TSEG-The Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History 6 (4), 3-36, 2009
182009
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