RAFAEL WORKS ON A BOOK CHAPTER AND ON TWO EMPIRICAL PAPERS
Rafael works on a book chapter on the patterns of childhood mobility in Belgium, with a focus on the selectivity of internal migration of young couples from different migration background, and its impact in children’s later life course. This piece is a collaboration with Prof. Karel Neels from the University of Antwerp.
Rafael also works on a paper on the relationship between childhood mobility and union formation in early adulthood, in collaboration with Jonas Wood and Karel Neels from the University of Antwerp, while also working on a paper together with Gusta Wachter on whether and how the neighbourhood of socialisation in adolescence influences the union trajectories of the second generation in the Netherlands.
JOEKE WORKS ON A BOOK CHAPTER AND ON AN EMPIRICAL PAPER
Joeke works on a book chapter on the patterns of childhood mobility in the Netherlands in collaboration with Helga de Valk and Marjolijn Das of Statistics Netherlands.
Joeke also works on a paper exploring differential internal mobility patterns of second-generation and non-migrant children in the Netherlands in collaboration with Helga de Valk and Marjolijn Das of Statistics Netherlands. This paper is currently under review.
MÜGE WORKS ON META-ANALYSES, AND ON FORMULATING RESEARCH QUESTIONS
Müge worked on a paper called “Childhood residential mobility and health-related outcomes: A meta-analysis”, in collaboration with Rafael Costa and Helga de Valk. This work is currently under review in an international peer-reviewed journal.
Müge also works on a meta-analysis on the impact of childhood mobility on academic achievement and attainment, while she is formulating research question on the impact of residential mobility on children’s social capital and later health outcomes drawing on data from the Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study in Germany.