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Curriculum vitae C.H. Mulder

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Prof.dr Clara H. Mulder, female

Born 30 November 1962, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

Nationality: Dutch

Master's (‘Doctoraal’)


University of Amsterdam, Human Geography, June 24, 1988 (cum laude [with honors/distinction])

Doctorate


University of Amsterdam, 13 December 1993.

Title of thesis: Migration dynamics: A life course approach

Training: PostDoctorale Opleiding Demografie (10-month postgraduate training in demography)

Work experience since PhD


March 2011 – today: (full) Professor of Demography, University of Groningen, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, Population Research Centre. From September 2011: Head of Population Research Centre. From September 2014: Director Graduate School of Spatial Sciences

September 2001 – March 2011: (full) Professor of Demography, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Department of Geography, Planning and International Development Studies

July 2000 – August 2001: Associate Professor (UHD), Utrecht University, Faculty of Geographical Sciences

January 1995 – June 2000: ‘KNAW-Akademie-Onderzoeker’ (Research fellow of the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences), Utrecht University, Faculty of Geographical Sciences

July 1993 – December 1994: postdoc researcher, Utrecht University, Faculty of Geographical Sciences

International research activities


Fellowships:

  • LCC Fellow, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course (Life Course Centre), University of Queensland (2015- )

Research stays abroad:

  • October 2013 (one-week invited research stay): Nuffield College, University of Oxford, co-operation with Prof. John Ermisch

  • August-September 2010: University of Umeå, Sweden, co-operation with Prof. Gunnar Malmberg

  • May-June 2008: University of Cologne, co-operation with Prof. dr Michael Wagner

  • August 2004 (ten-day invited workshop stay): University of St Andrews, co-operation with Prof. Paul Boyle

  • February/March 1999: University of California, Los Angeles, co-operation with Prof. William A.V. Clark

  • October 1991, January/February 1996 and June 1997: Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Education, Berlin, co-operation with Prof. dr Michael Wagner

Researchers from abroad I have hosted:

  • August 2014 – January 2015: Prof. Thomas J. Cooke, University of Connecticut (Fulbright Scholar)

  • July-August 2012: Prof. Michael Wagner, University of Cologne

  • February-June 2012: Vincenzo Marrone (PhD student from University of Bologna)

  • March-April 2012: Antonio Lopez Gay (postdoc from Universita Autonoma de Barcelona)

  • September-November 2009: Jennifer Holland (PhD student from University of Wisconsin, Madison)

  • Summer 2007: Stefanie Kley (PhD student from University of Bremen, Germany)

  • May-August 2004: Francesca Michielin (postdoc in Research and Training Network UrbEurope)

Participation in conferences and workshops:

  • Papers and posters in at least two international conferences and/or workshops each year, including the European Population Conferences (EPC), the IUSSP International Population Conference, the International Conference on Population Geographies, the conference of the European Network for Housing Research, and the annual meetings of the Population Association of America (PAA).


PhD supervision

Current PhD supervision University of Groningen:



  • Ori Rubin (in collaboration with prof. Luca Bertolini, University of Amsterdam)

  • Marieke van der Pers

  • Hans Elshof (with prof. Leo van Wissen)

  • Katrin Schwanitz (with Laurent Toulemon, INED, Paris)

  • Nashrul Wajdi (with prof. Leo van Wissen)

  • Katharina Wolf (with prof. Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock)

  • Carla Huisman

  • Maties Reus Pons (with prof. Helga de Valk, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Current PhD supervision University of Amsterdam:

PhDs completed under my supervision as ‘Promotor’:



  • Daniël Herbers, Groningen, 25 Februari 2016

  • Wilma Bakker, Amsterdam, 10 December 2015 (with dr Lia Karsten)

  • Carola de Groot, Amsterdam, 25 October 2011 (in co-operation with dr Dorien Manting, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)

  • Marjolein Blaauboer, Amsterdam, 8 December 2010

  • Edith de Meester, Amsterdam, 2 December 2010

  • Annika Smits, Amsterdam, 18 May 2010

  • Marjolijn van der Klis, Amsterdam, 15 May 2009

  • Amanda Helderman, Amsterdam, 24 January 2007

  • Marieke van der Meer, Amsterdam, 19 September 2006

  • Peteke Feijten, Utrecht, 25 February 2005 (with prof. Pieter Hooimeijer)

  • Maarten van Ham, Utrecht, 12 April 2002 (with prof. Pieter Hooimeijer)

PhDs completed, co-supervised by me (as ‘Copromotor’):

  • Herman Kok, Utrecht, 6 October 1999 (promotor: prof. Jan van Weesep)

  • Harrie Hansman, Utrecht, 21 November 1996 (promotor: prof. Pieter Hooimeijer)


Teaching

In Dutch:



  • Social Demography, bachelor seminar 5 or 6 ects, Amsterdam (lead instructor)

  • Migration, Segregation, Integration, bachelor seminar 5 or 6 ects, Amsterdam (lead instructor)

  • Social Demography / Housing, master seminar 12 ects, Amsterdam (lead instructor)

  • Multivariate Statistics, lectures and practicals, Utrecht

  • Applied Demography, seminar, Utrecht

  • Analysing and Reporting, seminar, Utrecht

  • Workshop Conceptual Models, Utrecht

  • Supervision of bachelor and master theses

  • Supervision of internships, bachelor and master

In English, national:

  • Master course ‘Advanced Survey Analysis (formerly ‘Demographic Survey Analysis’; with colleagues)

  • Master course ‘Population: Behaviour in Context’ (formerly ‘Theories of Demographic Behavior’, with colleagues)

  • Bachelor course ‘Population Dynamics’ (leading teacher, 2011-2015)

  • Bachelor course ‘Migration’ (with colleagues, 2011-2015)

  • Supervision of Master and Research Master theses

  • Intensive Seminar, Research Master, Amsterdam (workshop on Publishing in International Journals)

  • Nethur lecture and practical on event history analysis, Utrecht, May 2010, 2011, April 2012

In English, international:

  • Seminar on Event History Analysis, Second Joint RC21-IJURR-FURS School on ‘Comparative Urban Studies’, Amsterdam, July 2011

  • Seminar on Migration, Family and Life Course, Cologne University, 2008

  • Lectures on Theories of Migration, European Doctoral School of Demography, Warschau 2014 and 2015.

  • Lectures on Theories of internal migration, European Doctoral School of Demography, Rostock 2005 and 2006, Paris 2008 and 2009, Lund 2011, Barcelona 2013; Theories of Migration, Warsaw 2014 and 2015

  • International ERASMUS intensive course on GIS and migration, Caen, May 1995

  • International Summer School Choice Processes in Demography, Wassenaar, July 1994

Teaching management, national:

  • Chair, Examination Committee Geography and Planning, Groningen, 2011-2014

  • Chair, Education Committee Master Population Studies, Groningen, 2011-2014

  • Chair, Committee for Renewal of the Curriculum (Commissie Vernieuwing OnderwijsProgramma), Amsterdam, 2007

  • Chair, Examination Committee Master Human Geography and Planning, Amsterdam

  • Chair, Examination Committee Research Master Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies, Amsterdam

  • Member, Education Committee (Onderwijscommissie) Planning, Amsterdam, 2003-2005

Teaching management, international:

  • Member of the Consortium of the International Max Planck Research School for Demography

  • Member of the Scientific Board, European Doctoral School of Demography


Editorships and editorial boards

  • Joint Editor (with Allan Findlay), Population, Space and Place (2015- )

Editorial boards:

  • Advances in Life Course Research (2009- )

  • Housing Studies, Management Board (2007-2013)

  • Journal of Housing and the Built Environment (2001-2007)

  • Mens & Maatschappij (the leading Dutch social-scientific journal; 1999-2011)

  • European Journal of Population, book review editor (1996-1999)

Review board:

  • Scientific Review Board, Demographic Research (1999-2015)

(Scientific) advisory boards:

  • Population, Space and Place (2010-2015)

  • Comparative Population Studies / Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft (2010-2015)

  • Bevolking & Gezin (up to 2004)


Other academic activities

Boards:


  • Council member, European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), 2012-

Scientific advisory boards:

  • Stockholm University Linnaeus Center on Social Policy and Family Dynamics in Europe, SPaDE (2014- )

  • Scientific Advisory Council NIDI, a research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) (early 2000s to 2013)

  • European Social Survey, Netherlands (2007-2012)

  • Historische Steekproef Nederlandse Bevolking (‘Life Courses in Context’, NWO-funded; from early 2000s)

  • Scientific Advisory Committee ‘The Dutch Neighborhood and Network Monitor’ (NWO-funded)

Research programming:

  • Member, Working Group on Housing, Urban-Rural Development and Mobility, European Joint Programming Initiative ‘More Years, Better Lives’. (2012-2014)

Contract research (since 2004):

  • The Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP), project ‘Afstanden, tijdsbudgetten en informele zorg’ (Distances, Time Budgets and Informal Care), 2006-2007

  • DGW/Nethur Partnership Programme, project ‘Ouderen, zorg, familienetwerk en woningmarktgedrag’ (Ageing, Care, Family Network and Housing-Market Behavior), 2004

Committees, working groups, teams, juries:

  • Jury NWO Talent Programme, 2011-12

  • Research team, Netherlands Kinship Panel Study, 2000 -

  • Jury NWO Innovative Research Scheme, VICI (interdisciplinary proposals), 2009 and 2010

  • Member of the Review panel for the evaluation of three institutes and a commission within the Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2010

  • Reviewer for European Research Council, 2010 and 2015

  • Jury NWO Innovative Research Scheme, VIDI, 2007

  • Scientific Committee Social, Political and Communication Sciences, Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek – Vlaanderen (Research Foundation – Flanders, 2004-2009)

  • Jury NWO Open Competition, 2004 and 2005

  • Steering Committee North, NWO (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) Priority Program on Population Issues (±1997-1998)

  • Monitoring committee, PhD students Urban Research centre Utrecht (1998-2001)

Organization of conferences and workshops:

  • Main organizer, 7th International Conference on Population Geographies, Groningen, 25-28 June 2013

  • Main organizer, Conference ‘Family, Migration and Housing’, Amsterdam, 2-3 April 2009

  • Organizer, workshop ‘Family migration and divorce’, Amsterdam, October 2008

  • Organizer, session Population and Housing, PAA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2008

  • Organizer, Workshop ‘The family and residential choice’, Amsterdam, 30 August – 1 September 2007

  • Organizer, Conference of the Dutch Demographic Society (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Demografie) ‘Het Huwelijk in de Multiculturele Samenleving’, 9 October 2003

  • Organizer, Conference ‘Population Studies in Britain and the Netherlands’, Utrecht, 31 August – 1 September 2000

  • Organizer, workshop ‘Living arrangements and housing arrangements’, Utrecht, 16 and 17 November 2000

  • Co-organizer of the inaugural conference of the Urban Research centre Utrecht ‘Cities on the Threshold of the 21st Century’, Utrecht, 7-8 April 1998

  • Organization of the participation of researchers from the Netherlands in the Dutch-French Workshop ‘Residential mobility and housing market modelling’, Paris, April 1997

Session chair:

  • Session chair for Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Studiedagen, European Population Conference, Annual Meeting of Population Association of America

Reviewer for:

  • Demography, Journal of Marriage and Family, Environment and Planning A, Progress in Human Geography, Urban Studies, Population Studies, Population and Development Review, Papers in Regional Science, Regional Studies, Journal of Population Economics, Social Science Research, Housing Studies, Poetics, European Sociological Review, European Journal of Population, Netherlands Journal of Social Sciences, Advances in Life Course Research, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Population Research and Policy Review, Demographic Research, International Journal of Population Geography, International Migration Review, International Journal of Housing Policy, Geografiska Annaler, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, Social Science Quarterly, Journal of Rural Studies, and Population, Space and Place


Scholarships, grants and prizes

  • 2014, my single-authored paper ‘Family dynamics and housing: Conceptual issues and empirical findings’ designated Editor’s Choice in Vol. 29 (2013) of Demographic Research

  • 2014, Fulbright scholarship for Professor Thomas J. Cooke to work with me in Groningen

  • 2014, grant in ORA Plus scheme from Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, Germany) and Eonomic and Social Research Council (ESRC, U.K.) for research programme ‘Partner relationships, residential relocations and housing in the life course’. Dutch part: € 250,000 (3 years funding at postdoc level), total: 3 x 3 years funding at postdoc level

  • 2013, grant from Board of University of Groningen for 4-year PhD project ‘Healthy ageing in comparative perspective: A study of the health of older migrants and non-migrants across Europe’

  • 2012, NWO Visitor grant for visit of prof. Michael Wagner to the University of Groningen

  • 2011, NWO grant for PhD project ‘Mobility in social networks’ (with Luca Bertolini; 4 years funding at PhD level)

  • 2009, grant in NWO programme ‘Longitudinal studies in social and behavioural sciences’ for the third wave of Netherlands Kinship Panel Study (co-applicant, €245,000)

  • 2008, NWO grant for PhD project ‘Residential arrangements of divorced parents and their children’ (with Lia Karsten; 4 years funding at PhD level)

  • 2004, NWO grant for PhD project ‘Residential location and the division between partners of paid work, commuting distance, and household tasks’ (4 years funding at PhD level)

  • 2004, NWO VICI (five-year research programme funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Innovational Research Incentives Scheme; 2 PhD students and 2 Postdocs; €1.25 million)

  • 2001 and 2002, two subsidies from ‘Matchingsfonds’ of College van Bestuur (Board) of the University of Amsterdam (1.5 years funding at postdoc level)

  • 2000, NWO Aspasia grant, programme ‘Commitments in young adulthood and the consequences for the life course’ (promotion to Associate Professor and 4 years funding at PhD level)

  • 2000, NWO grant Investeringen-Groot (Investment Subsidy NWO-Large), for Netherlands Kinship Panel Study (with P. Dykstra, A. Liefbroer, M. Kalmijn, T. Knijn, A. Komter; budget around € 8 million)

  • 2000, NWO ISW grant for the international workshop ‘Living arrangements and housing arrangements’, Utrecht, November 2000

  • 1998, NWO grant for PhD project ‘Werkplaatsmobiliteit en polynucleaire verstedelijking’ (with Pieter Hooimeijer and Oedzge Atzema; 4 years funding at PhD level)

  • 1997, prolongation of KNAW fellowship (2 years funding at postdoc level)

  • 1994, NWO grant for postdoc project ‘Spatial and labour mobility in the household career’ (carried out by Jeroen Smits; 2 years funding at postdoc level)

  • 1994, KNAW-Akademie-Onderzoekerschap (fellowship of Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences), project ‘Flexibility and Commitment’ (3 years funding at postdoc level).

  • 1991, NWO grant for my own PhD project ‘Internal migration of Dutch birth cohorts’ (written by myself after 2 years of PhD research; 2 years funding at PhD level; official applicant Anton Kuijsten)


Note: three of the above were personal grants (KNAW, NWO-Aspasia and NWO-VICI), and one was a grant for a strong international team (ORA Plus)
Selected invited/keynote lectures

  • Keynote lecture ‘Ageing and Place’, High Level Data Workshop for Joint Programming Initiative ‘More Years, Better Lives’, Brussels, January 27, 2016

  • Keynote lecture ‘Spatial mobility and inter-generational relations’. International Symposium Internal Migration and Commuting in International Perspective, 4-6 February 2015, Wiesbaden, Germany

  • Keynote lecture ‘The impact of parents on their adult children’s housing transitions’, symposium Recent Advances in Research on Housing Transitions and the Life Course, Royal Statistical Society and Economic and Social Research Council, London, 10 December 2013

  • Invited lecture ‘Distance to Family, Migration and Well-being’. Sociology Seminar organized by Professors Nan-Dirk de Graaf and John Ermisch, Nuffield College, Oxford, October 2013

  • Invited lecture ‘Family living close by: The impact on migration and well-being’. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Centre for Demographic Studies (CED), 22 January 2013

  • Keynote lecture ‘Family and housing: conceptual issues and empirical findings’, ENHR Conference European Network of Housing Research, Lillehammer, 25-27 June 2012

  • Invited discussant for MIGREMUS workshop ‘Spatial Mobility, Family Lives and Living Arrangements’, University of Bremen, 17-18 November 2011

  • Invited lecture ‘Housing and family formation’, European Commission (Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG) Stakeholder seminar ‘The Future of Families’, Brussels, October 12, 2011

  • Keynote lecture ‘Housing and Population’, ENHR Conference European Network of Housing Research, Ljubljana, July 2006

  • Invited plenary discussion of keynote lecture John Doling, ENHR Conference European Network of Housing Research, Reykjavik, June-July 2005

  • Invited plenary lecture ‘The implications of fertility and family change for housing careers and housing markets’ EURESCO Conference, Spa, 20-24 June 2003


Management

  • Director of Graduate School of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen, September 2014 –

  • Chair of the Department of Demograpy and head of the Population Research Centre, University of Groningen, 2011-

  • With Sako Musterd: leader of the Urban Geographies Group of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), -2011

  • Member of Board, Institute for Urban Research Utrecht (URU), 1999-2001


Public engagement and outreach

  • Interview ‘We wonen te ver om ma te helpen met aankleden’, Algemeen Dagblad newspaper, January 26, 2016

  • Interview ‘Zo ver wonen kinderen niet van ouders’, Trouw newspaper, January 25, 2016

  • Invited lecture ‘Inwonen en dicht bij elkaar wonen van ouders en volwassen kinderen’, Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen, Jan Brouwer Conferentie, January 25, 2016

  • Expert Group on Social Demography, Statistics Netherlands (2015- )

  • Council of Advisors, Population Europe (2013- )

  • Working Group on Demographic Projections, Statistics Netherlands (early 2000s - )

  • Interview ‘The share of childless people is not that much bigger than it used to be’. Population Europe Inter-faces, January 21, 2013

http://www.population-europe.eu/Multimedia/Webcast/4219/en

  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Demografie (Netherlands Demographic Society, 2001-2009; from 2002: Chair)

  • Keynote lecture ‘The relationship between population and housing’. United Nations Committee on Housing and Land Management, 69th Session, Geneva, September 22, 2008


Publications
Peer-reviewed articles

Thomas, M. J., & Mulder, C. H. (Online first). Partnership patterns and homeownership: A cross-country comparison of Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Housing Studies, , 1-29.

Cooke, T. J., Mulder, C. H., & Thomas, M. J. (2016). Union dissolution and migration. Demographic Research, 34, 741-760.

Bakker, W., Karsten, L., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Family routines and rituals following separation: Continuity and change. Families, Relationships and Societies, 4(3), 365-382.

Elshof, H., Haartsen, T., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Window on the Netherlands: The effect of primary school absence and closure on inward and outward flows of families. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 106(5), 625-635.

Mulder, C. H., Dewilde, C., Van Duijn, M., & Smits, A. W. M. (2015). The association between parents' and adult children's homeownership: A comparative analysis. European Journal of Population, 31, 495-527.

Ueffing, P., Rowe, F., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Differences in attitudes towards immigration between Australia and Germany: The role of immigration policy. Comparative Population Studies, 40(4), 437-464.

Schwanitz, K., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Living arrangements of young adults in Europe. Comparative Population Studies, 40(4), 367-398.

Van der Pers, M., Kibele, E. U. B., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Intergenerational proximity and residential relocations of older people to care institutions and elsewhere. Ageing & Society, 35(7), 1429-1456.

Van der Pers, M., Mulder, C. H., & Steverink, N. (2015). Geographic Proximity of Adult Children and the Well-Being of Older Persons. Research on Aging, 37(5), 524-551.

Wagner, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Spatial mobility, family dynamics, and housing transitions. Kölner Zeitschrift Für Soziologie Und Sozialpsychologie, 67(1), 111-135.

Wajdi, N., Van Wissen, L., & Mulder, C.H. (2015). Interregional migration flows in Indonesia. Sojourn, 30(2), 371-422.

Elshof, H., Van Wissen, L., & Mulder, C.H. (2014). The self-reinforcing effects of population decline: An analysis of differences in moving behaviour between rural neighbourhoods with
declining and stable populations. Journal of Rural Studies, 36, 285-299.

Herbers, D.J., & Mulder, C. H., Mòdenes, J.A. (2014). Moving out of home ownership in later life: The influence of the family and housing careers. Housing Studies, 29(7), 910-936.

Mulder, C.H., & Malmberg, G. (2014). Local ties and family migration. Environment and Planning A, 46(9), 2195-2211.

Rubin, O., Mulder, C. H., & Bertolini, L. (2014). The determinants of mode choice for family visits - Evidence from Dutch Panel Data. Journal of Transport Geography, 38(6), 137-147.

Schaake, K., Burgers, J., & Mulder, C. H. (2014). Ethnicity, education and income, and residential mobility between neighbourhoods. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(4), 512-527.

Zorlu, A., Mulder, C. H., & Van Gaalen, R. I. A. (2014). Ethnic disparities in the transition to home ownership. Journal of Housing Economics, 16, 151-163.

Bakker, W., & Mulder, C. H. (2013). Characteristics of post-separation families in the Netherlands: shared residence versus resident mother arrangements. GeoJournal, 78(5), 851-866.

De Groot, C., Manting, D., & Mulder, C. H. (2013). Longitudinal analysis of the formation and realisation of preferences to move into homeownership in the Netherlands. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(3), 469-488.

Latten, J. J., & Mulder, C. H. (2013). Partner relationships in the Netherlands: New manifestations of the Second Demographic Transition. Genus, 69(3), 103-121.

Mulder, C. H. (2013). Family dynamics and housing: Conceptual issues and empirical findings. Demographic Research, 29(14), 355-378.

Mulder, C. H., & Smits, A. W. M. (2013). Inter-generational ties, financial transfers and home-ownership support. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(1), 95-112.

Van der Pers, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2013). The regional dimension of intergenerational proximity in the Netherlands. Population, Space and Place, 19(5), 505-521.

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (2012). Moving after separation: The role of location-specific capital. Housing Studies, 27(6), 839-852.

De Groot, C., Daalhuizen, F. B. C., Van Dam, F., & Mulder, C. H. (2012). Once an outsider, always an outsider? The accessibility of the Dutch rural housing market among locals and non-locals. Journal of Rural Studies, 28(3), 302-313. 

Mulder, C. H., Ten Hengel, B., Latten, J. J., & Das, M. (2012). Relative resources and moving from the joint home around divorce. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 27(2), 153-168.

Blaauboer, M., Mulder, C. H., & Zorlu, A. (2011). Distances between couples and the man’s and woman’s parents. Population, Space and Place, 17(5), 597-610.

De Groot, C., Manting, D., & Mulder, C. H. (2011). Intentions to move and actual moving behaviour in the Netherlands. Housing Studies, 26(3), 307-328.

De Groot, C., Mulder, C. H., Das, M., & Manting, D. (2011). Life events and the gap between intentions to move and actual mobility. Environment and Planning A, 43(1), 48-66.

De Meester, E., Zorlu, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2011). The residential context and the division of household and child-caring tasks. Environment and Planning A, 43, 666-682.

Mulder, C. H., & Malmberg, G. (2011). Moving related to separation: Who moves and to what distance. Environment and Planning A, 43(11), 2589-2607.

Zorlu, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2011). Ethnic differences in leaving home: Timing and pathways. Demography, 48(1), 49-72.

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (2010). Union dissolution and mobility: Who moves from the family home after separation? Journal of Marriage and Family, 72(5), 1263-1273.

Blaauboer, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Gender differences in the impact of family background on leaving the parental home. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 25(1), 53-71.

Kley, S. A., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Considering, planning, and realizing migration in early adulthood. The influence of life-course events and perceived opportunities on leaving the city in Germany. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 25(1), 73-94.

Mulder, C. H., & Billari, F. C. (2010). Home-ownership regimes and low fertility. Housing Studies, 25(4), 527-541.

Mulder, C. H., & Lauster, N. T. (2010). Housing and family: An introduction. Housing Studies, 25(4), 433-440.

Roet, W. J., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). De relatie tussen etniciteit en tevredenheid met de woonomgeving: Een onderzoek onder autochtonen, Surinamers, Turken en Marokkanen in Nederland. Mens & Maatschappij, 85(4), 333-355.

Schaake, K., Burgers, J., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Ethnicity at the individual and neigborhood level as an explanation for moving out of the neighborhood. Population Research and Policy Review, 29(4), 593-608.

Smits, A. W. M., Mulder, C. H., & Van Gaalen, R. (2010). Parent-child coresidence: Who moves in with whom and for whose needs? Journal of Marriage and Family, 72(4), 1022-1033.

Zorlu, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Location choices of migrant nest-leavers: Spatial assimilation or continued segregation? Advances in Life Course Research, 15(2-3), 109-120.

Mulder, C. H., & Cooke, T. J. (2009). Family ties and residential locations. Population, Space and Place, 15(4), 299-304.

Mulder, C. H., & Van der Meer, M. J. (2009). Geographical distances and support from family members. Population, Space and Place, 15(4), 381-399.

Van Diepen, A. M. L., & Mulder, C. H. (2009). Distance to family members and relocations of older adults. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 24, 31-46.

Boyle, P., Kulu, H., Cooke, T., Gayle, V., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Moving and union dissolution. Demography, 45(1), 209-222.

Feijten, P., Hooimeijer, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Residential experience and residential environment choice over the life course. Urban Studies, 45(1), 141-162.

Michielin, F., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Family events and the residential mobility of couples. Environment and Planning A, 40, 2770-2790.

Michielin, F., Mulder, C. H., & Zorlu, A. (2008). Distance to parents and geographical mobility. Population, Space and Place, 14, 327-345.

Mulder, C. H., Smit, L. P. S. M., & Musterd, S. (2008). Woon-werkafstanden in de levensloop. Mens & Maatschappij, 83(4), 343-359.

Smits, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Family dynamics and first-time homeownership. Housing Studies, 23(6), 917-933.

Van der Klis, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Beyond the trailing spouse: The commuter partnership as an alternative to family migration. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 23(1), 1-19.

Zorlu, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Initial and subsequent location choices of immigrants to the Netherlands. Regional Studies, 42(2), 245-264.

De Meester, E., Mulder, C. H., & Droogleever Fortuijn, J. (2007). Time spent in paid work by women and men in urban and less urban contexts in the Netherlands. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 98(5), 585-602.

Helderman, A. C., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Intergenerational transmission of homeownership: The roles of gifts and continuities in housing market characteristics. Urban Studies, 44(2), 231-247.

Michielin, F., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Geographical distances between adult children and their parents in the Netherlands. Demographic Research, 17(article 22), 655-678.

Mulder, C. H. (2007). The family context and residential choice: A challenge for new research. Population, Space and Place, 13, 265-278.

Helderman, A. C., Van Ham, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2006). Migration and home ownership. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 97(2), 111-125.

Mulder, C. H. (2006). Home-ownership and family formation. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 21(3), 281-298.

Mulder, C. H. (2006). Population and housing: A two-sided relationship. Demographic Research, 15(13), 401-412.

Mulder, C. H., Clark, W. A. V., & Wagner, M. (2006). Resources, living arrangements and first union formation in the United States, the Netherlands and West Germany. European Journal of Population, 22, 3-35.

Van Diepen, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2006). Afstand tot familieleden en verhuisgedrag van ouderen. Tijdschrift voor Sociologie, 27(3), 235-262.

De Meester, E., Esveldt, I., Mulder, C. H., & Beets, G. (2005). De invloed van levensloopkenmerken en waardenoriëntaties op vrijwillige kinderloosheid. Mens & Maatschappij, 80(2), 119-142.

Feijten, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Life-course experience and housing quality. Housing Studies, 20(4), 571-587.

Mulder, C. H., & Van Ham, M. (2005). Migration histories and occupational achievement. Population, Space and Place, 11, 173-186.

Van Ham, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Geographical access to childcare and mothers' labour-force participation. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 96(1), 63-74.

Helderman, A. C., Mulder, C. H., & Van Ham, M. (2004). The changing effect of home ownership on residential mobility in the Netherlands. Housing Studies, 19(4), 601-616.

Smits, J., Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (2004). Migration of couples with non-employed and employed wives in the Netherlands: The changing effects of the partners' characteristics. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30(2), 283-301.

Feijten, P., Mulder, C. H., & Baizán, P. (2003). Age differentiation in the effect of household situation on first-time homeownership. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 18, 233-255.

Mulder, C. H. (2003). The effects of singlehood and cohabitation on the transition to parenthood in the Netherlands. Journal of Family Issues, 24(3), 291-313.

Mulder, C. H. (2003). The housing consequences of living arrangements in young adulthood. Housing Studies, 18(5), 703-719.

Smits, J., Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (2003). Changing gender roles, shifting power balance, and long-distance migration of couples. Urban Studies, 40(3), 603-613.

Feijten, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2002). The timing of household events and housing events in the Netherlands: A longitudinal perspective. Housing Studies, 17(5), 773-792.

Mulder, C. H., & Clark, W. A. V. (2002). Leaving home for college and gaining independence. Environment and Planning A, 34, 981-999.

Mulder, C. H., Clark, W. A. V., & Wagner, M. (2002). A comparative analysis of leaving home in the United States, the Netherlands and West Germany. Demographic Research, 7(Article 17), 565-592.

Mulder, C. H., & Dieleman, F. M. (2002). Living arrangements and housing arrangements: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 17(3), 209-213.

Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (2002). Leaving home in the Netherlands: Timing and first housing. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 17(3), 237-268.

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (2001). The connections between family formation and first-time home ownership in the context of West Germany and the Netherlands. European Journal of Population, 17, 137-164.

Van Ham, M., Hooimeijer, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2001). Urban form and job access: Disparate realities in the Randstad. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 92(2), 231-246.

Van Ham, M., Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (2001). Local underemployment and the discouraged worker effect. Urban Studies, 38(10), 1733-1751.

Van Ham, M., Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (2001). Spatial flexibility in job mobility: Macrolevel opportunities and microlevel restrictions. Environment and Planning A, 33, 921-940.

Clark, W. A. V., & Mulder, C. H. (2000). Leaving home and entering the housing market. Environment and Planning A, 32(9), 1657-1671.

Mulder, C. H., & Clark, W. A. V. (2000). Leaving home and leaving the state: Evidence from the United States. International Journal of Population Geography, 6(6), 423-437.

Wagner, M., & Mulder, C. H. (2000). Wohneigentum im Lebenslauf: Kohortendynamik, Familiengründung und sozioökonomische Ressourcen. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 29(1), 44-59.

Hansman, H., Mulder, C. H., & Verhoeff, R. (1999). The adoption of the compact disk player: An event history analysis for The Netherlands. Journal of Cultural Economics, 23(3), 221.

Mulder, C. H., & Smits, J. (1999). First-time home-ownership of couples: The effect of inter-generational transmission. European Sociological Review, 15(3), 323-337.

Van Ham, M., & Mulder, C. H. (1999). De regionale component in de afstemming tussen opleiding en functieniveau (the regional component of the match between education and job level). Mens & Maatschappij, 74(4), 392-406.

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (1998). First-time home-ownership in the family life course: A West German-Dutch comparison. Urban Studies, 35(4), 687-713.

Mulder, C. H. (1997). Een kind of eerst een koophuis? Veranderingen in het tijdstip van het kopen van een huis ten opzichte van relatievorming en vruchtbaarheid. Mens & Maatschappij, 72(1), 4-21.

Mulder, C. H. (1996). Analysing home-ownership of couples: The effect of selecting couples at the time of the survey. European Journal of Population, 12, 261-278.

Mulder, C. H. (1996). Housing choice: Assumptions and approaches. Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 11(3), 209-232.

Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (1995). Moving into owner-occupation: Compositional and contextual effects on the propensity to become a home-owner. Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 10(1), 5-25.

Mulder, C. H., & Manting, D. (1994). Strategies of nest-leavers: 'Settling down' versus flexibility. European Sociological Review, 10(2), 155-172.

Mulder, C. H., & Manting, D. (1993). Strategieën van uithuisgangers: Vastigheid of flexibiliteit. In M. du Bois-Reymond & J. De Jong Gierveld (Eds.), Volwassen worden. Generaties toen en nu: transities in de levensloop (pp. 54-72). Houten/Zaventem: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (1993). Migration and marriage in the life course: A method for studying synchronized events. European Journal of Population, 9(1), 55-76.
Books

Mulder, C. H. (1993). Migration dynamics: A life course approach. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers.



Book chapters, scientific

Dewilde, C., Mulder, C.H. & Smits, A. (2011) Housing and the life course. In I. Anderson & D. Sim (Ed.), Housing and inequality (pp.167-186). Coventry: Chartered Institute of Housing

Feijten, P., & Mulder, C. H. (2010). Gender, divorce and housing - a life course perspective. In D. Reuschke (Ed.), Wohnen und Gender. Theoretische, politische, soziale und räumliche Aspekte (pp. 175-193). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Boyle, P., Cooke, T. J., Gayle, V., & Mulder, C. H. (2009). The effect of family migration on union dissolution in Britain. In H. Stalford, S. Currie & S. Velluti (Eds.), Gender and migration in 21st century Europe (pp. 11-26). London: Ashgate.

Mulder, C. H. (2009). Leaving the parental home in young adulthood. In A. Furlong (Ed.), Handbook of youth and young adulthood (pp. 203-210). London and New York: Routledge.

Liefbroer, A. C., & Mulder, C. H. (2006). Family obligations. In P. A. Dykstra, M. Kalmijn, T. Knijn, A. Komter, A. Liefbroer & C. H. Mulder (Eds.), Family solidarity in the Netherlands (pp. 123-146). Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.

Mulder, C. H., & Kalmijn, M. (2006). Geographical distances between family members. In P. A. Dykstra, M. Kalmijn, T. Knijn, A. Komter, A. Liefbroer & C. H. Mulder (Eds.), Family solidarity in the Netherlands (pp. 43-62). Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.

Mulder, C. H., & Pinkster, F. M. (2006). Inleiding. In C. H. Mulder & F. M. Pinkster (Eds.), Onderscheid in wonen: Het sociale van binnen en buiten (pp. 7-12). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Mulder, C. H. (2004). Home ownership and social inequality in the Netherlands. In K. Kurz & H.-P. Blossfeld (Eds.), Home ownership and social inequality in comparative perspective (pp. 114-140). Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Dieleman, F. M., & Mulder, C. H. (2002). The geography of residential choice. In J. I. Aragonés, G. Francescato & T. Gärling (Eds.), Residential environments: Choice, satisfaction, and behavior (pp. 35-54). Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (1999). Residential relocations in the life course. In L. J. G. Van Wissen & P. A. Dykstra (Eds.), Population issues: An interdisciplinary focus (pp. 159-186). New York: Plenum.

Hooimeijer, P., & Mulder, C. H. (1998). Changing ways of leaving the parental home: With a partner or alone. In A. Kuijsten, H. De Gans & H. De Feijter (Eds.), The joy of demography... and other disciplines (pp. 137-151). Amsterdam: Thela Thesis.

Jansen, W. & Mulder, C.H. (1996): Wie trouwt met wie? Trends in de mate van openheid van de Nederlandse samenleving, afgemeten aan het opleidingsniveau van (huwelijks)partners. In: Harry B.G. Ganzeboom en Wout C. Ultee (eds.): De sociale segmentatie van Nederland in 2015. Den Haag: SDU Uitgevers (Voorstudies en Achtergronden Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, V96), pp. 69-94

Kok, H. & Mulder, C.H. (1996): Migration to Budapest: A Life-Course Approach. In: Transformation Processes in Eastern Europe (Proceedings Workshop Transformation Processes in Eastern Europe, February 1 and 2, 1996). The Hague: NWO/ESR/REOB

Mulder, C. H. (1994). Dynamics in short and long-distance migration: Age-specific motives. In P. Hooimeijer, G. A. Van der Knaap, J. Van Weesep & R. I. Woods (Eds.), Population dynamics in Europe. Current issues in population geography. Utrecht: Royal Netherlands Geographic Society/Department of Geography, Utrecht University (Netherlands Geographical Studies 173).

Mulder, C. H. (1993): Log-rate models for synchronized events in the life course: the case of marriage and migration. In: W.F. Sleegers and A.L.J. Goethals (eds.): Quantitative geographical methods, applied in demographic and urban planning research. Amsterdam: SISWO, pp. 69-84

Mulder, C. H. (1992): Age-Period-Cohort models of short and long distance migration in the Netherlands. In: Henk A. Becker (ed.): Dynamics of cohort and generations research. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, pp. 403-426
Edited books, scientific

Dykstra, P. A., Kalmijn, M., Knijn, T., Komter, A., Liefbroer, A., & Mulder, C. H. (Eds.). (2006). Family solidarity in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.

Mulder, C. H., & Pinkster, F. M. (Eds.). (2006). Onderscheid in wonen: Het sociale van binnen en buiten. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Book reviews

Mulder, C.H. (2015). Review of the book Spatial mobility, migration, and living arrangements, by C. M. Aybek, J. Huinink, R. Muttarak (eds.). European Journal of Population, 31(3), 337-338.

Mulder, C.H. (2002). Review of the book Residential mobility and commuting, by A. Van der Vlist. Journal of Housing and the Build Environment, 17, 207-208.

Mulder, C.H. (1998). Review of the series The international library of studies on migration (volumes 1-4), by R. Cohen and others (eds.). European Journal of Population, 14, 102-104.

Mulder, C.H. (1997). Review of the book Europe’s population in the 1990s, by D. Coleman (eds). European Journal of Population, 13, 401-402.
Working papers, reports, scientific

Dykstra, P. A., Kalmijn, M., Knijn, T. C. M., Komter, A. E., Liefbroer, A. C., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Codebook of the Netherlands Kinship Panel Study, a multi-actor, multi-method panel study on solidarity in family relationships, Wave 2. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NKPS Working Paper No. 6).

Dykstra, P. A., Kalmijn, M., Knijn, T. C. M., Komter, A. E., Liefbroer, A. C., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Questionnaires of the Netherlands Kinship Panel Study, a multi-actor, multi-method panel study on solidarity in family relationships, Wave 1. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NKPS Working Paper No. 5).

Dykstra, P. A., Kalmijn, M., Knijn, T. C. M., Komter, A. E., Liefbroer, A. C., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Codebook of the Netherlands Kinship Panel Study, a multi-actor, multi-method panel study on solidarity in family relationships, Wave 1. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NKPS Working Paper No. 4).

Hooimeijer, P. & Mulder, C.H. (1997): Gevoeligheidsanalyse bevolkingsprognose Rotterdam. Utrecht: URU

Zorlu, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Initial and subsequent location choices of immigrants to the Netherlands. Bonn: IZA.

Boyle, P., Kulu, H., Cooke, T., Gayle, V., & Mulder, C. H. (2006). The effect of moving on union dissolution (MPIDR Working Paper 2006-002). Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)

Mulder, C. H. (1992): Internal migration of Dutch birth cohorts: theoretical backgrounds and research activities. Amsterdam: Postdoctorale Onderzoekersoplei­ding Demografie (PDOD-paper no. 10)

Mulder, C. H., & Wagner, M. (1992). Migration and marriage: A study of synchronized events in the life course. Bonn: Proceedings EAPS/BiB Seminar.

Mulder, C. H. (1991). Age-period-cohort models of short and long distance migration in the Netherlands (Vol. 6). Amsterdam: Postdoctorale Onderzoeksopleiding Demografie.

Mulder, C. H. (1991). Dynamics in short and long distance migration: Age-specific motives (Vol. 2). Amsterdam: Postdoctorale Onderzoeksopleiding Demografie.

Mulder, C. H. (1991). Internal migration of Dutch birth cohorts: Theoretical backgrounds and research activities (Vol. 10). Amsterdam: Postdoctorale Onderzoeksopleiding Demografie.


Professional publications

Findlay, A. M., & Mulder, C. H. (2015). Scoping the Future of ‘Population, Space and Place’. Population, Space and Place, 21(8), 689-691.

Mulder, C.H. (2012). Families, huishoudens en wonen. Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. (inaugural lecture)

Mulder, C. H. (2009). Groot, groter, grootst. Over de hardnekkigheid van het groeidenken (Redactioneel). Mens & Maatschappij, 84(3), 246-248.

Smeulders, E. Mulder, C. H. & Latten, J. (2009). Terugkeer van ouderen naar hun geboorteregio. Bevolkingstrends, 57(2), 26-33.

Mulder, C. H., & Van Ballegooijen, H. (2008). Het wereldbevolkingsvraagstuk: Visies van pessimisten, optimisten en prognosemakers. In T. Dietz, F. Den Hertog & H. Van der Wusten (Eds.), Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij. De geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu (pp. 41-46). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Mulder, C. H., Michielin, F., & Latten, J. (2008). Afstand tot ouders en verhuisgedrag. Bevolkingstrends, 56(2), 42-51.

Mulder, C. H., & Van den Broek, J. (2008). Marokkaan is maar zelden huiseigenaar. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting, 14(4), 51-56.

Mulder, C. H., & Zorlu, A. (2008). Locatiekeuze van immigranten in de eerste vier jaar na aankomst. Bevolkingstrends, 56(3), 39-44.

Mulder, C. H. (2008). Causaliteit, zelfselectie en geavanceerde beschrijving. Mens & Maatschappij, 83(4), 322-324.

Van der Meer, M. J., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Informele zorg en de afstand tot familie en vrienden. In A. H. De Boer (Ed.), Toekomstverkenning Informele Zorg (pp. 86-103). Den Haag: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (The Netherlands Institute for Social Research).

Van der Meer, M. J., & Mulder, C. H. (2007). Informele zorg en tijdsbudget. In A. H. De Boer (Ed.), Toekomstverkenning informele zorg (pp. 104-121). Den Haag: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (The Netherlands Institute for Social Research).

Mulder, C. H. (2007). Het derde kind als luxegoed... en andere gedachten over demografische trendbreuken (Redactioneel). Mens & Maatschappij, 82(1), 2-4.

Koomen, A., & Mulder, C. (2006). Ouderen, draagkracht en verhuizingen. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting(3), 42-47.

Mulder, C. H. (2006). Het ouder-kindbestand van het SSB. Reactie op: 'Speuren naar ouders. Het ouder-kind bestand, onmisbaar voor statistieken over intergenerationeel gedrag'. In F. Bastiaans, L. Engberts & F. Linder (Eds.), Sociale samenhang in beeld, het ssb nu en straks. Symposium 2005 (pp. 183-187). Voorburg/Heerlen: CBS.

Mulder, C. H. (2005). De wetenschapper als deskundoloog (Redactioneel). Mens & Maatschappij, 80(3), 194-196.

De Boer, A., Iedema, J., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Geografische kenmerken en informele zorg. In A. De Boer (Ed.), Kijk op informele zorg (pp. 75-88). Den Haag: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (The Netherlands Institute for Social Research).

Van Diepen, A., & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Afstand tot familieleden en woningmarktgedrag van ouderen. Utrecht: DGW/NETHUR Partnership (nr. 31).

Helderman, A., Van Ham, M., & Mulder, C. (2004). Eigenwoningbezit en flexibiliteit beroepsbevolking. Rooilijn, 37(8), 404-411.

Mulder, C. H. (2004). Demografie in Nederland, 1989-2004 en verder: Bloei en verbreding. Bevolking en Gezin, 33(3), 21-31.

Mulder, C. H. (2004). Ferme taal, scherpe maatregelen en schrijnende gevallen (Redactioneel). Mens & Maatschappij, 79(2), 98-100.

Mulder, C. H., & Fokkema, T. (2004). Inleiding. Bevolking en Gezin, 33(2 (Boekaflevering)), 5-6.

Mulder, C. H. (2003). Individuele levensloop en ruimtelijke barrières. Bevolking en Gezin, 32(2), 87-97.

Mulder, C. H. (2003). Nogmaals sluipende sociologisering: Over normen en waarden in het dagelijks spraakgebruik (Redactioneel). Mens & Maatschappij, 78, 2-3.

Mulder, C. H. (2002). Levenslopen in de sociaal-ruimtelijke context. Rede uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van hoogleraar Demografie en Ruimte aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam op dinsdag 18 juni 2002. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers.

Mulder, C. H., & Helderman, A. (2002). Dertig procent huur blijvend nodig [Thirty percent rental housing needed]. Rooilijn, 35(3), 108-114.

Van Diepen, A., Karsten, L., & Mulder, C.H. (2002). Nieuwe perspectieven op bevolking en ruimte. In H. Knippenberg & M. v. Schendelen (Eds.), Alles heeft zijn plaats. 125 jaar Geografie en Planologie aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1877-2002 (pp. 441-456). Amsterdam: Askant.

Mulder, C. H. (2001). Vat u ruimte ook op als tijd? (Redactioneel) Mens & Maatschappij, 76(3), 180-182.

Mulder, C. H. (2000). Nieuw! (Redactioneel) Mens & Maatschappij, 75(1), 2-3.

Mulder, C. H. (2000). Sterke groei eigenwoningbezit heeft nadelen. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting, 2000(7), 24-28.

Mulder, C. H. (1997). Wie een flat koopt heeft geen kinderwens. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting, 3(2), 28-31.

Mulder, C. H., & Hooimeijer, P. (1995). Alleen of samenwonen: De veranderende bestemming bij het verlaten van het ouderlijk huis. Bevolking en Gezin(2), 1-28.

Mulder, C. H. (1994): De ene verhuizing is de andere niet: typen verhuizingen, dynamiek en beïnvloedbaarheid. Rooilijn, 27, 1, pp. 16-20

Mulder, C. H. (1994). Cohortenbenaderingen van migratie: Wanneer zinvol? Bevolking en Gezin, 1994(1), 26-51.

Mulder, C. H. (1991): Verhuismotieven in beweging. Rooilijn, 91/9, pp. 268-273

Mulder, C.H. (red., 1990): Informatiesystemen voor het woningbeheer. Den Haag/Rotterdam: Delwel/SEV (Serie Woonkwaliteit no. 7)

Mulder, C.H. (1989): Informatiesystemen voor woningbeheer in de jaren 90. Voorstudie. Rotterdam: Stuurgroep Experimenten Volkshuisvesting

Mulder, C.H., Blaas, H., Terhorst, P. & Van de Ven, J. (1988): Een nieuwe vestigingsplaats voor ABP/Externe Administraties? Een onderzoek vooraf naar de gevolgen van een voorgenomen bedrijfsverplaatsing. Amsterdam: ISG, Universiteit van Amsterdam


Outreach

Huinink, J., Kulu, H., Mulder, C.H., Schneider, N. F., Vidal, S. (2014). The two sides of the same coin: Challenges of policy-making for a mobile Europe. Population & Policy Compact, no. 8, pp. 1-4.

Latten, J. J., Mulder, C. H., & Smeulders, E. (2009). Oudere Achterhoekers en Limburgers vaak terug naar geboorteregio. CBS Webmagazine, 2009, http://www.cbs.nl/nl-NL/menu/themas/bevolking/publicaties/artikelen/archief/2009/2009-2831-wm.htm

Liefbroer, A., & Mulder, C. (2004). Op je familie kun je rekenen. Opvattingen over familiesolidariteit onder autochtonen en allochtonen. DEMOS, 20(10), 87-88.

Mulder, C.H., & Kalmijn, M. (2004). Even bij oma langs. NKPS laat zien hoe ver familieleden van elkaar wonen. DEMOS, 20(10), 78-80.

Mulder, C. H. (2003). Hoe vol is deze bol. Nieuwskrant van het C.M. Kan Instituut, Najaar 2003, 3.

Mulder, C.H. (1998): Herkomst zet stempel op keuze eigen woning. VastGoedMarkt, jaargang 25, februari, pp. 50-51.

Mulder, C.H. (1994): De boven 30-jarigen zullen steeds honkvaster worden. VastGoedMarkt, jaargang 21, no. 3, p. 43.



Mulder, C. H. (1990): Informatiesystemen voor woningbeheer: innovaties bij de sociale verhuurders. Vastgoed, jaargang 65 no. 9, pp. 26-28.










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