Tim Huijts
Tim Huijts
Research Leader, Maastricht University and Professor of Sociology at CHAIN
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei maastrichtuniversity.nl
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Self-reported health assessments in the 2002 World Health Survey: how do they correlate with education?
SV Subramanian, T Huijts, M Avendano
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 88, 131-138, 2010
2502010
An institutional theory of welfare state effects on the distribution of population health
J Beckfield, C Bambra, TA Eikemo, T Huijts, C McNamara, C Wendt
Social Theory & Health 13 (3-4), 227-244, 2015
1462015
Understanding the micro and macro politics of health: Inequalities, intersectionality & institutions-A research agenda
A Gkiouleka, T Huijts, J Beckfield, C Bambra
Social Science & Medicine 200, 92-98, 2018
1442018
Macro‐level gender equality and depression in men and women in Europe
S Van de Velde, T Huijts, P Bracke, C Bambra
Sociology of health & illness 35 (5), 682-698, 2013
892013
Causality, social selectivity or artefacts? Why socioeconomic inequalities in health are not smallest in the Nordic countries
T Huijts, TA Eikemo
The European Journal of Public Health 19 (5), 452-453, 2009
882009
Income-related health inequalities in the Nordic countries: examining the role of education, occupational class, and age
T Huijts, TA Eikemo, V Skalická
Social science & medicine 71 (11), 1964-1972, 2010
872010
The first pan-European sociological health inequalities survey of the general population: the European Social Survey rotating module on the social determinants of health
TA Eikemo, C Bambra, T Huijts, R Fitzgerald
European Sociological Review 33 (1), 137-153, 2017
852017
The effects of public health policies on health inequalities in high-income countries: an umbrella review
K Thomson, F Hillier-Brown, A Todd, C McNamara, T Huijts, C Bambra
BMC Public Health 18 (1), 1-21, 2018
822018
Childlessness and psychological well-being in context: A multilevel study on 24 European Countries
T Huijts, G Kraaykamp, SV Subramanian
European sociological review 29 (1), 32-47, 2013
822013
An internationally comparative study of immigration and adolescent emotional and behavioral problems: Effects of generation and gender
GWJM Stevens, SD Walsh, T Huijts, M Maes, KR Madsen, F Cavallo, ...
Journal of Adolescent Health 57 (6), 587-594, 2015
742015
Education, educational heterogamy, and self-assessed health in Europe: A multilevel study of spousal effects in 29 European countries
T Huijts, CWS Monden, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 26 (3), 261-276, 2010
662010
The impacts of job loss and job recovery on self-rated health: testing the mediating role of financial strain and income
T Huijts, A Reeves, M McKee, D Stuckler
The European Journal of Public Health 25 (5), 801-806, 2015
582015
Depressed during the depression: has the economic crisis affected mental health inequalities in Europe? Findings from the European Social Survey (2014) special module on the …
N Reibling, J Beckfield, T Huijts, A Schmidt-Catran, KH Thomson, ...
The European Journal of Public Health 27 (suppl_1), 47-54, 2017
572017
Immigrants’ health in Europe: a cross-classified multilevel approach to examine origin country, destination country, and community effects
T Huijts, G Kraaykamp
International Migration Review 46 (1), 101-137, 2012
552012
Religious involvement, religious context, and self-assessed health in Europe
T Huijts, G Kraaykamp
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52 (1), 91-106, 2011
522011
Association between political ideology and health in Europe
SV Subramanian, T Huijts, JM Perkins
The European Journal of Public Health 19 (5), 455-457, 2009
502009
The happiest kids on earth. Gender equality and adolescent life satisfaction in Europe and North America
ME de Looze, T Huijts, GWJM Stevens, T Torsheim, WAM Vollebergh
Journal of youth and adolescence 47 (5), 1073-1085, 2018
462018
Ethnic health inequalities in Europe. The moderating and amplifying role of healthcare system characteristics
N Blom, T Huijts, G Kraaykamp
Social Science & Medicine 158, 43-51, 2016
392016
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
372012
Attitudes towards income inequality:‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of the perceived meritocracy
KLA Roex, T Huijts, I Sieben
Acta Sociologica 62 (1), 47-63, 2019
362019
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