Mattias Strandh
Mattias Strandh
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Towards a sociological understanding of mental well-being among the unemployed: the role of economic and psychosocial factors
M Nordenmark, M Strandh
Sociology 33 (3), 577-597, 1999
2241999
Unemployment and mental health scarring during the life course
M Strandh, A Winefield, K Nilsson, A Hammarström
The European Journal of Public Health 24 (3), 440-445, 2014
1642014
Different exit routes from unemployment and their impact on mental well-being: the role of the economic situation and the predictability of the life course
M Strandh
Work, Employment and Society 14 (3), 459-479, 2000
1512000
The interference of paid work with household demands in different social policy contexts: Perceived work–household conflict in Sweden, the UK, the Netherlands, Hungary, and the …
M Strandh, M Nordenmark
The British Journal of Sociology 57 (4), 597-617, 2006
1422006
Unemployment, gender and mental health: the role of the gender regime
M Strandh, A Hammarström, K Nilsson, M Nordenmark, H Russel
Sociology of Health & Illness 35 (5), 649-665, 2013
992013
Job control and demands, work-life balance and wellbeing among self-employed men and women in Europe
M Nordenmark, S Vinberg, M Strandh
Vulnerable Groups & Inclusion 3 (1), 18896, 2012
882012
State intervention and mental well-being among the unemployed
M Strandh
Journal of Social Policy 30, 57, 2001
842001
Nest leaving in Sweden: The importance of early educational and labor market careers
K Nilsson, M Strandh
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1068-1079, 1999
711999
It’s no surprise! Men are not hit more than women by the health consequences of unemployment in the Northern Swedish Cohort
A Hammarström, PE Gustafsson, M Strandh, P Virtanen, U Janlert
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 39 (2), 187-193, 2011
662011
The impact of unemployment benefit system on the mental well-being of the unemployed in Sweden, Ireland and Great Britain
M Nordenmark, M Strandh, R Layte
European Societies 8 (1), 83-110, 2006
572006
The effects of unemployment and insecure jobs on well-being and health: The moderating role of labor market policies
J Voßemer, M Gebel, K Täht, M Unt, B Högberg, M Strandh
Social Indicators Research 138 (3), 1229-1257, 2018
532018
Subjective well-being among the self-employed in Europe: macroeconomy, gender and immigrant status
IJ Sevä, S Vinberg, M Nordenmark, M Strandh
Small Business Economics 46 (2), 239-253, 2016
532016
Subjective well-being and job satisfaction among self-employed and regular employees: does personality matter differently?
V Berglund, I Johansson Sevä, M Strandh
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 28 (1), 55-73, 2016
482016
Active labour market policy and unemployment scarring: A ten-year Swedish panel study
M Strandh, M Nordlund
Journal of Social Policy 37 (3), 357-382, 2008
482008
Mental health among the unemployed and the unemployment rate in the municipality
M Strandh, M Novo, A Hammarström
The European Journal of Public Health 21 (6), 799-805, 2011
362011
Varying unemployment experiences?: the economy and mental well-being
M Strandh
Umeå universitet, 2000
312000
Youth unemployment and functional somatic symptoms in adulthood: results from the Northern Swedish cohort
A Brydsten, A Hammarström, M Strandh, K Johansson
The European Journal of Public Health 25 (5), 796-800, 2015
292015
Investment in second-chance education for adults and income development in Sweden
M Nordlund, T Stehlik, M Strandh
Journal of Education and Work 26 (5), 514-538, 2013
292013
Domestic Work and Psychological Distress− What Is the Importance of Relative Socioeconomic Position and Gender Inequality in the Couple Relationship?
L Harryson, M Strandh, A Hammarström
PloS one 7 (6), e38484, 2012
262012
A wish come true? A longitudinal analysis of the relationship between retirement preferences and the timing of retirement
J Örestig, M Strandh, M Stattin
Journal of Population Ageing 6 (1-2), 99-118, 2013
222013
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