Recent Publications (2011 onwards)

Mägi K., van Ham M., Leetmaa K. & Tammaru T. (online) The neighbourhood context and changes in self-reported ethnic identity. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Tammaru T, Marcińczak S., Aunap R., van Ham M. & Janssen H. (online) Understanding the relationship between income inequality and residential segregation between socioeconomic groups. Regional Studies.

Kleinepier T., van Ham M. & Nieuwenhuis J. (online) Data on children's neighborhood income trajectories using small geographical units to operationalize neighborhood boundaries. Data in Brief.

Nieuwenhuis J., Tammaru T., van Ham M., Hedman L. & Manley D. (forthcoming) Does segregation reduce socio-spatial mobility? Evidence from four European countries with different inequality and segregation contexts. Urban Studies.

Kleinhans R., Veldboer L., van Ham M. & Jansen S. (forthcoming) Older People in a Long-term Regeneration Neighbourhood. An Exploratory Panel Study of Ageing in Place in Hoogvliet, Rotterdam. Sociology and Anthropology 6(10), 751-763.

Cardoso R.V., Meijers E.J., van Ham M., Burger M.J. & de Vos D. (online) Why bright city lights dazzle and illuminate: A cognitive science approach to urban promises. Urban Studies.

de Vuijst E. & van Ham M. (online) Parents and peers: parental neighbourhood- and school-level variation in individual neighbourhood outcomes later in life. European Sociological Review

Xin L., van Ham M. & Kleinhans R. (online) Understanding the experiences of relocates during forced relocation in Chinese urban restructuring. Housing, Theory and Society

Xin L., Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (online) Ambivalence in Place Attachment: Lived Experiences of Residents in Danwei Communities Facing Demolition in Shenyang, China. Housing Studies

Kauppinen T.M. & van Ham M. (online) Unravelling the demographic dynamics of ethnic residential segregation. Population, Space and Place

Palomares-Linares I. & van Ham M. (online) Understanding the effects of homeownership and regional unemployment levels on internal migration during the economic crisis in Spain. Regional Studies

Peris A., Meijers E. & van Ham M. (online) The evolution of the systems of cities literature since 1995: Schools of thought and their interaction. Networks and Spatial Economics

Kleinepier T., van Ham M. (2018) The Temporal Dynamics of Neighborhood Disadvantage in Childhood and Subsequent Problem Behavior in Adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 47(8), 1611-1628.

de Vos D., Meijers E. & van Ham M. (2018) Working from home and the willingness to accept a longer commute. The Annals of Regional Science61(2), 375-398.

Modai-Snir T. & van Ham M. (2018) Neighbourhood change and spatial polarization: The roles of increasing inequality and divergent urban development. Cities82, 108-118.

Kleinepier T., van Ham M. & Nieuwenhuis J. (2018) Ethnic Differences in Timing and Duration of Exposure to Neighborhood Disadvantage During Childhood. Advances in Life Course Research36, 92-104.

Zwiers M., van Ham M. & Kleinhans R. (online) The effects of physical restructuring on the socioeconomic status of neighborhoods: Selective migration and upgrading. Urban Studies.

Morris T., Manley D. & van Ham M. (2018) Context or composition: How does neighbourhood deprivation impact upon adolescent smoking behaviour? PLoS ONE3(2): e0192566.

Modai T. & van Ham M. (online) Structural and Exchange Components in Processes of Neighbourhood Change - a Social Mobility Approach.Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy.

van Ham M., Boschman S. & Vogel M. (2018) Incorporating neighbourhood choice in a model of neighbourhood effects on income. Demography55(3), 1069-1090.

Petrović A., van Ham M. & Manley D. (2018) Multi-scale measures of population. Within and between city variation in exposure to the socio-spatial context. Annals of the American Association of Geographers108(4), 1057-1074.

Xin L., Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (2018) Shantytown Redevelopment Projects: State-led Redevelopment of Declining Neighbourhoods under Market Transition in Shenyang, China. Cities73, 106-116.

Palomares-Linares I. & van Ham M. (2017) Del sedentarismo a la hipermovilidad. Medida y determinantes de las historias de (in)movilidad residencial en contextos urbanos. Papers.Revista de Sociologia102(4), 637-671.

Kukk K., van Ham M. & Tammaru T. (online) EthniCity of leisure: A domains approach to ethnic integration during free time activities. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG)61(2).

Zwiers M., van Ham M. & Manley D. (online) Trajectories of Ethnic Neighborhood Change: Spatial Patterns of Increasing Ethnic Diversity. Population, Space and Place.

Vuijst E., van Ham M. & Kleinhans R. (2017) The moderating effect of higher education on the intergenerational transmission of residing in poverty neighbourhoods.Environment and Planning A 49(9), 2135–2154.

Kleinepier M. & van Ham M. (2017) The Temporal Stability of Children’s Neighborhood Experiences: A Follow-up From Birth to Age 15. Demographic Research 36(59), 1813-1826.

Vogel M. & van Ham M. (2018) Unpacking the Relationships between Impulsivity, Neighborhood Disadvantage, and Adolescent Violence: An Application of a Neighborhood-Based Group Decomposition.Journal of Youth and Adolescence47, 859-871.

Ubarevičienė R. & van Ham M. (2017) Population decline in Lithuania. Who lives in declining regions and who leaves? Regional Studies, Regional Science 4(1), 57-79.

Nieuwenhuis J., van Ham M., Yu R., Branje S., Meeus W. & Hooimeijer P. (2017) Being Poorer Than the Rest of the Neighbourhood. Relative Deprivation and Problem Behaviour of Youth.Journal of Youth and Adolescence46(9), 1891-1904.

Musterd S., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. & Tammaru T. (2017) Socio-economic segregation in European Capital Cities. Increasing separation between poor and rich. Urban Geography38(7), 1062-1083.

Boschman S., Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (2017) Ethnic Differences in Realising Desires to Leave Urban Neighbourhoods.Housing and the Built Environment 32, 495-512.

Zwiers M., Kleinhans R., & van Ham M. (2017) The path-dependency of low-income neighbourhood trajectories: an approach for analysing neighbourhood change. Applied Spatial Analysis and Planning10, 363-380.

Mägi K., Leetmaa K., Tammaru T. & van Ham M. (2016) Types of spatial mobility and change in people's ethnic residential contexts.Demographic Research 34, 1161-1192.

Ubarevičienė R., van Ham M. & Burneika D. (2016) Shrinking regions in a shrinking country. The geography of population decline in Lithuania 2001-2011. Urban Studies Research.

Nieuwenhuis J., Hooimeijer P., van Ham M. & Meeus W. (2017) Neighbourhood immigrant concentration effects on migrant and native youth’s educational commitments, an enquiry into personality differences. Urban Studies 54(10), 2285-2304.

Tammaru T., Strömgren M., van Ham M. & Danzer (2016) Relations between residential and workplace segregation among newly arrived immigrant men and women. Cities59, 131-138.

Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (2017) The Support Paradox in Community Enterprise Experiments in the Netherlands. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 31(4), 570-589.

van Ham M. & Tammaru T. (2016) New perspectives on ethnic segregation over time and space. A domains approach. Urban Geography 37, 953-962.

van Kempen R., Bolt G. & van Ham M. (2016) Neighborhood Decline and the Economic Crisis: An Introduction. Urban Geography 37(5), 655-663.

Zwiers M., Bolt G., van Ham M. & van Kempen R. (2016) The global financial crisis and neighborhood decline. Urban Geography 37(5), 664-684.

BOOK: Tammaru T., Marcińczak S., van Ham M. and Musterd S. (eds) (2016) Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities: East Meets West. Routledge: Oxford. INTRODUCTION & CONCLUSION OPEN ACCESS.

Kleinhans R., van Ham M. and Evans-Cowley J. (2015) Using Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Engagement and Self-organisation in Participatory Urban Planning and Neighbourhood Governance. Planning Practice & Research 30(3), 237-247.

Varady D., Kleinhans R. and van Ham M. (2015) The Potential of Community Entrepreneurship for Neighbourhood Revitalization in the United Kingdom and the United States.Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy 9(3), 253-276.

Coulter R., van Ham M. and Findlay A. (2016) Re-thinking residential mobility: Linking lives through time and space. Progress in Human Geography 40(3), 352-374.

Boschman S. and van Ham M. (2015) Neighbourhood selection of non-western ethnic minorities. Testing the own-group effects hypothesis using a conditional logit model. Environment and Planning A 47, 1155-1174.

van Ham M. and Manley D. (2015) Occupational Mobility and Living in Deprived Neighbourhoods: Housing Tenure Differences in ‘Neighbourhood Effects’. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 9, 309-324.

Ubarevičienė R, Burneika D. and van Ham M. (2015) Ethno-political effects of suburbanization in the Vilnius urban region. An analysis of voting behaviour. Journal of Baltic Studies 48(2), 217-242.

Hedman L., Manley D., van Ham M. and Östh J. (2015) Cumulative exposure to disadvantage and the intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood effects. Journal of Economic Geography 15(1), 195-215.

Clark W.A.V, van Ham M. and Coulter R. (2014) Spatial mobility and social outcomes. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 29(4), 699-727.

Feng Z., van Ham M., Boyle P. and Raab G.M. (2014) A longitudinal study of migration propensities for mixed ethnic unions in England and Wales. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (3), 384-403.

Strömgren M., Tammaru T., Danzer A.M., van Ham M., Marcinczak S., Stjernström O. and Lindgren U. (2014) Factors shaping workplace segregation between natives and immigrants. Demography 51(2), 645-671.

van Ham M., Hedman L., Manley D., Coulter R. and Östh J. (2014) Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty. An analysis of neighbourhood histories of individuals. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39, 402-417.

Feng Z., Boyle P., van Ham M. and Raab G (2013) Neighbourhood ethnic mix and the formation of mixed-ethnic unions in Britain: a longitudinal analysis. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 95(4), 307-321.

Coulter R. and van Ham M. (2013) Following people through time: An analysis of individual residential mobility biographies. Housing Studies 28(7), 1037-1055.

Kleinhans R. and van Ham M. (2013) Lessons Learned From the Largest Tenure Mix Operation in the World: Right to Buy in the United Kingdom. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research 15(2), 101-118.

Feijten P. and van Ham M. (2013) The consequences of divorce and splitting up for spatial mobility in the UK. Comparative Population Studies 38 (2), 405-432.

Reuschke D. and van Ham M. (2013) Testing the ‘residential rootedness’ hypothesis of self-employment for Germany and the UK. Environment and Planning A 45,1219-1239.

BOOK: Manley D., van Ham M., Bailey N., Simpson L. and Maclennan D. (eds) (2013) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood Based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer: Dordrecht.

BOOK: van Ham M., Manley D., Bailey N., Simpson L. and Maclennan D. (eds) (2013) Understanding neighbourhood dynamics: new insights for neighbourhood effects research. Springer: Dordrecht.

Nowok B., van Ham M., Findlay A.M. and Gayle V. (2013) Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective well-being. Environment and Planning A 45(4), 982-1002.

Tammaru T., van Ham M., Leetmaa K. and Kährik A. (2013) Ethnic dimensions of suburbanisation in Estonia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39(5), 845-862.

van Ham M., Williamson L., Feijten P.M. and Boyle P. (2013) Right to Buy… time to move? Investigating the moving behaviour of Right to Buy owners in the UK. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 28(1), 129-146.

BOOK: van Ham M., Manley D., Bailey N., Simpson L. and Maclennan D. (eds) (2012) Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives. Springer: Dordrecht.

van Ham M., Findlay A., Manley D. and Feijten P.M. (2012) Migration, occupational mobility, and regional escalators in Scotland. Urban Studies Research (Article ID 827171, 15 pages).

van Ham M. and Manley D. (2012) Neighbourhood effects research at a crossroads. Ten challenges for future research. Environment and Planning A 44, 2787-2793.

Feng Z., Boyle P., van Ham M. and Raab R. (2012) Are mixed ethnic unions more likely to dissolve than co-ethnic unions? New evidence from Britain. European Journal of Population 28(2), 159-176.

Coulter R, van Ham M. and Feijten P. (2012) Partner (dis)agreement on moving desires and the subsequent moving behaviour of couples. Population, Space and Place 18(1), 16-30.

Coulter R, van Ham M. and Feijten P. (2011) A longitudinal analysis of moving desires, expectations and actual moving behaviour. Environment and Planning A 43(11), 2742 – 2760.

van Ham M. and Tammaru T. (2011) Ethnic minority-majority unions in Estonia. European Journal of Population 27(3), 313-335.

Manley D. and van Ham M. (2011) Choice-based letting, ethnicity and segregation in England. Urban Studies 48(14), 3125-3143.

Hedman L., van Ham M. and Manley D. (2011) Neighbourhood choice and neighbourhood reproduction. Environment and Planning A 43, 1381-1399.

Permentier M., Bolt G. and van Ham M. (2011) Determinants of neighbourhood satisfaction and perception of neighbourhood reputation. Urban Studies 48(5), 977-996.

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