Rense Nieuwenhuis
Rense Nieuwenhuis
Associate Professor, Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI)
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Influence.ME: tools for detecting influential data in mixed effects models
R Nieuwenhuis, HF te Grotenhuis, BJ Pelzer
R Journal 4 (2), 38-47, 2012
1572012
Institutional and demographic explanations of women's employment in 18 OECD countries, 1975–1999
R Nieuwenhuis, A Need, H Van Der Kolk
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (3), 614-630, 2012
812012
Family policies and single parent poverty in 18 OECD countries, 1978–2008
LC Maldonado, R Nieuwenhuis
Community, Work & Family 18 (4), 395-415, 2015
622015
When size matters: advantages of weighted effect coding in observational studies
M te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer, R Eisinga, R Nieuwenhuis, A Schmidt-Catran, ...
International journal of public health 62 (1), 163-167, 2017
352017
Family policy outcomes: combining institutional and demographic explanations of women's employment and earnings inequality in OECD countries, 1975-2005
R Nieuwenhuis
Rense Nieuwenhuis, 2014
302014
Women’s working hours: The interplay between gender role attitudes, motherhood, and public childcare support in 23 European countries
W Andringa, R Nieuwenhuis, M Van Gerven
International journal of sociology and social policy 35 (9/10), 582-599, 2015
26*2015
Unintended pregnancy and induced abortion in the Netherlands 1954–2002
M Levels, A Need, R Nieuwenhuis, R Sluiter, W Ultee
European sociological review 28 (3), 301-318, 2012
202012
The triple bind of single‑parent families: resources, employment and policies
R Nieuwenhuis, LC Maldonado
The Triple Bind of Single-parent Families: Resources, Employment and …, 2018
19*2018
Women’s earnings and household inequality in OECD countries, 1973–2013
R Nieuwenhuis, H van der Kolk, A Need
Acta Sociologica 60 (1), 3-20, 2017
19*2017
Comparative research with net and gross income data: An evaluation of two netting down procedures for the LIS Database
R Nieuwenhuis, T Munzi, JC Gornick
Review of Income and Wealth 63 (3), 564-573, 2017
18*2017
Prepare versus Repair? Combining Parental Leave and Family Allowances for Social Investment Against Single-Parent Poverty
R Nieuwenhuis, LC Maldonado
Belgian Review of Social Security, 115-123, 2015
82015
Has the potential for compensating poverty by women's employment growth been depleted?
R Nieuwenhuis, W Van Lancker, D Collado, B Cantillon
LIS Working Paper Series, 2016
72016
Single-parent family poverty in 24 OECD countries: A focus on market and redistribution strategies (LIS Center Research Brief 2/2015)
LC Maldonado, R Nieuwenhuis
New York: Luxembourg Income Study Center, City University of New York …, 2015
7*2015
A novel method for modelling interaction between categorical variables
M te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer, R Eisinga, R Nieuwenhuis, A Schmidt-Catran, ...
International journal of public health 62 (3), 427-431, 2017
42017
Single-parent families and in-work poverty
R Nieuwenhuis, LC Maldonado
Handbook on In-Work Poverty, 171, 2017
42017
Weighted effect coding for observational data with wec
R Nieuwenhuis, M te Grotenhuis, BJ Pelzer
R Journal 9 (1), 77-485, 2017
42017
Measures of success
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Science 352 (6281), 28-30, 2016
42016
Association, Aggregation, and Paradoxes: On the Positive Correlation Between Fertility and Womens Employment
R Nieuwenhuis
Demographic Research 32 (23), 1-5, 2015
42015
Is There Such a Thing as Too Long Childcare Leave?
R Nieuwenhuis, A Need, H Van der Kolk
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 37 (1/2), 2017
32017
Family policy as an institutional context of economic inequality
R Nieuwenhuis, A Need, H van der Kolk
Acta Sociologica 61 (1), 64–80, 2019
2*2019
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