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Wilfred Uunk
Wilfred Uunk
Professor of Sociology, University of Innsbruck
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The impact of young children on women’s labour supply: A reassessment of institutional effects in Europe
W Uunk, M Kalmijn, R Muffels
Acta sociologica 48 (1), 41-62, 2005
3372005
The economic consequences of divorce for women in the European Union: The impact of welfare state arrangements
W Uunk
European Journal of Population/Revue europeenne de demographie 20, 251-285, 2004
3112004
Remarriage as a way to overcome the financial consequences of divorce—A test of the economic need hypothesis for European women
C Dewilde, W Uunk
European sociological review 24 (3), 393-407, 2008
1752008
Regional value differences in Europe and the social consequences of divorce: A test of the stigmatization hypothesis
M Kalmijn, W Uunk
Social Science Research 36 (2), 447-468, 2007
1512007
The effect of children on men's and women's chances of re-partnering in a European context/L'impact des enfants sur les chances d'une nouvelle union pour les hommes et pour les …
K Ivanova, M Kalmijn, W Uunk
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie, 417-444, 2013
1492013
The employment of separated women in Europe: Individual and institutional determinants
M Van Damme, M Kalmijn, W Uunk
European Sociological Review 25 (2), 183-197, 2009
1032009
Welfare spending and the public's concern for immigrants: multilevel evidence for eighteen European countries
W Van Oorschot, W Uunk
Comparative Politics 40 (1), 63-82, 2007
1002007
The dynamics of welfare opinions in changing economic, institutional and political contexts: An empirical analysis of Dutch deservingness opinions, 1975–2006
M Jeene, W Van Oorschot, W Uunk
Social Indicators Research 115, 731-749, 2014
972014
Popular criteria for the welfare deservingness of disability pensioners: The influence of structural and cultural factors
M Jeene, W Van Oorschot, W Uunk
Social indicators research 110, 1103-1117, 2013
802013
For Better and for Worse: The Relationship Between Union Dissolution and Self-Assessed Health in European Panel Data: Pour le meilleur et pour le pire: la …
CWS Monden, WJG Uunk
European Journal of Population/Revue europeenne de demographie 29, 103-125, 2013
592013
Bivariate and multivariate scaled association models. An application to homogamy of social origin and education in Hungary between 1930 and 1979
WJG Uunk, HBG Ganzeboom, P Róbert
Quality and Quantity 30 (3), 323-343, 1996
541996
Multi-level determinants of the public’s informal solidarity towards immigrants in European welfare states
W Van Oorschot, W Uunk
Social justice, legitimacy and the welfare state, 235-256, 2016
472016
Does the cultural context matter? The effect of a country's gender-role attitudes on female labor supply
W Uunk
European Societies 17 (2), 176-198, 2015
452015
Explaining ethnic outgroup feelings from a multigroup perspective: Similarity or contact opportunity?
E Havekes, W Uunk, M Gijsberts
Social Science Research 40 (6), 1564-1578, 2011
412011
Who marries whom
W Uunk
The role of social origin, education and high culture in mate selection of …, 1996
411996
The cultural integration of immigrants in the Netherlands: A description and explanation of modern attitudes of Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese, Antilleans and the indigenous …
W Uunk
Integrating immigrants in the Netherlands, 215-250, 2017
372017
Fertility after repartnering in the Netherlands: Parenthood or commitment?
K Ivanova, M Kalmijn, W Uunk
Advances in Life Course Research 21, 101-112, 2014
362014
Concentratie en achterstand: Over de samenhang tussen etnische concentratie en de sociaal-economische positie onder allochtonen en autochtonen
WJG Uunk
Koninklijke Van Gorcum BV, 2002
362002
Codeboek van het survey Scheiding in Nederland 1998
M Kalmijn, PM De Graaf, W Uunk
Utrecht: ICS Occasional papers and document series, ICS-Codebooks 40, 2000
342000
Job mobility in the former East and West Germany: the effects of state-socialism and labor market composition
W Uunk, BW Mach, KU Mayer
European Sociological Review 21 (4), 393-408, 2005
312005
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