Maarten van Ham
Maarten van Ham
Professor of Urban Geography, Delft University of Technology & University of St Andrews
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Neighbourhood effects research: New perspectives
M van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson, D Maclennan
Netherlands: Springer, 2012
356*2012
Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives
M Van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson
Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives, 2012
3192012
Neighbourhood effects research: New perspectives
M Van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson, D Maclennan
Neighbourhood effects research: New perspectives, 1-21, 2012
3172012
Minority ethnic groups in the Dutch housing market: Spatial segregation, relocation dynamics and housing policy
G Bolt, R Van Kempen, M Van Ham
Urban Studies 45 (7), 1359-1384, 2008
2572008
Re-thinking residential mobility: Linking lives through time and space.
R Coulter, M van Ham, A Findlay
Progress in Human Geography, 2015
2532015
Overeducation, regional labor markets, and spatial flexibility
F Büchel, M Van Ham
Journal of Urban Economics 53 (3), 482-493, 2003
2472003
Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities. East Meets West
T Tammaru, S Marcińczak, S van Ham, Maarten, Musterd
Routledge, 2016
2462016
A multi-factor approach to understanding socio-economic segregation in European capital cities
T Tammaru, S Musterd, M Van Ham, S Marcińczak
Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West, 2016
244*2016
Who wants to leave the neighbourhood? The effect of being different from the neighbourhood population on wishes to move
M Van Ham, P Feijten
Environment and Planning A 40 (5), 1151-1170, 2008
2212008
Neighbourhood change... reason to leave?
P Feijten, M Van Ham
Urban studies 46 (10), 2103-2122, 2009
2062009
The effect of neighbourhood housing tenure mix on labour market outcomes: a longitudinal investigation of neighbourhood effects
M Van Ham, D Manley
Journal of Economic Geography 10, 257 - 282, 2010
1862010
Neighbourhood mobility in context: household moves and changing neighbourhoods in the Netherlands
M Van Ham, WAV Clark
Environment and planning A 41 (6), 1442-1459, 2009
1852009
Socioeconomic segregation in European capital cities. Increasing separation between poor and rich
S Musterd, S Marcińczak, M van Ham, T Tammaru
Urban Geography 38 (7), 1062-1083, 2017
1782017
Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective well-being
B Nowok, M van Ham, A Findlay, G Vernon
Environment and Planning A 45 (4), 982-1002, 2013
1702013
Residential mobility and migration of the divorced and separated
P Feijten, M Van Ham
Demographic Research 17, 623-654, 2007
1662007
Determinants of neighbourhood satisfaction and perception of neighbourhood reputation
M Permentier, G Bolt, M van Ham
Urban Studies 48 (5), 977-996, 2011
1632011
Job access, workplace mobility, and occupational achievement
M van Ham
Eburon Delft, 2002
148*2002
Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty: an analysis of neighbourhood histories of individuals
M Van Ham, L Hedman, D Manley, R Coulter, J Östh
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (3), 402-417, 2014
147*2014
Following people through time: An analysis of individual residential mobility biographies
R Coulter, M Van Ham
Housing Studies 28 (7), 1037-1055, 2013
1332013
Using Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Engagement and Self-Organization in Participatory Urban Planning and Neighbourhood Governance
R Kleinhans, M Van Ham, J Evans-Cowley
Planning Practice & Research 30 (3), 237-247, 2015
1292015
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