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Publications

Thomas, M. J. (2019). Employment, education, and family: Revealing the motives behind internal migration in Great Britain. Population, Space and Place, Online first. Can be accessed via ‚Äčhttps://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2233

Wagner, M., Mulder, C. H., Weiß, B., & Krapf, S. (2019). The transition from living apart together to a coresidential partnership. Advances in Life Course Research, 39, 77-86. Can be accessed via: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alcr.2018.12.002

Mulder, C. H. (2018). Putting family centre stage: Ties to nonresident family, internal migration, and immobility. Demographic Research, 39, 1151-1180. Can be accessed via https://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol39/43/default.htm

Roselinde van der Wiel, Clara Mulder & Ajay Bailey (2018). Hoe sterk zijn latrelaties? Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving,34(10), 4-7. Can be accessed via https://www.nidi.knaw.nl/nl/demos/2018/10/02

Ermisch, J. & Mulder, C.H. (2018). Migration versus immobility, and ties to parents. European Journal of Population, Online first. Can be accessed via https://doi.org/10.1007/s10680-018-9494-0

van der Wiel, R., Mulder, C.H. & Bailey, A. (2018). How Does Commitment Work in Living-Apart-Together Partnerships? Can be accessed via https://www.population-europe.eu/pop-digest/how-does-commitment-work-living-apart-together-partnerships

van der Wiel, R., Mulder, C.H. & Bailey, A. (2018). Pathways to commitment in living-apart-together relationships in the Netherlands: A study on satisfaction, alternatives, investments and social support. Advances in Life Course Research, 36, 13-22. Can be accessed via https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alcr.2018.03.001

Mulder, C.H. (2018) The FamilyTies project: Family ties, internal migration and immobility. Can be accessed via https://popgeog.org/2018/02/17/family-ties-internal-migration-and-immobility/

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