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Thomas, M. J., & Dommermuth, L. (published online before print). Internal migration and the role of intergenerational family ties and life events. Journal of Marriage and Family, doi:10.1111/jomf.12678  

Mikolai, J., Kulu, H., & Mulder, C. H. (2020). Family life transitions, residential relocations, and housing in the life course: Current research and opportunities for future work: Introduction to the Special Collection on “Separation, Divorce, and Residential Mobility in a Comparative Perspective”. Demographic Research, 43(2), 35-58. doi:10.4054/DemRes.2020.43.2

Gillespie, B. J., & Mulder, C. H. (2020). Nonresident family as a motive for migration. Demographic Research, 42(13), 399-410. doi:10.4054/DemRes.2020.42.13

Kulu, H., Mikolai, J., Thomas, M. J., Vidal, S., Schnor, C., Willaert, D., . . . Mulder, C. H. (Published online before print). Separation and elevated residential mobility: A cross-country comparison. European Journal of Population,

Van der Wiel, R., De Valk, H. A. G., & Mulder, C. H. (2020). From living apart to living together: Do children born before the current partnership matter? Comparative Population Studies, 45, 115-142.

Schnor, C., & Mikolai, J. (2020). Remain, leave, or return? Mothers’ location continuity after separation in Belgium.Demographic Research, 42(9), 245-292.

Thomas, M. J. (2020). Work, education, family? Why do people move long distances? In M. Benzeval, M. Borkowska, C. Coates, R. Parsons, R. Ratel & A. Pelikh (Eds.), Insights 2019-20 (pp. 36-37). Essex: Institute for Social and Economic Research (SER), University of Essex.

Gillespie, B. (2019). Adolescent Intergenerational Relationship Dynamics and Leaving and Returning to the Parental Home. Journal of Marriage and Family, Online first.

Mikolai, J., Kulu, H., Vidal, S., van der Wiel, R., & Mulder, C. H. (2019). Separation, divorce, and housing tenure: A cross-country comparison. Demographic Research, 41(39), 1131-1146.

Mulder, C. H., & Hünteler, B. (Published online first). Geographical proximity to parents, intergenerational support exchange, and migration within Germany. European Journal of Population.  

Thomas, M., Gillespie, B., & Lomax, N. (2019). Variations in migration motives over distance. Demographic Research, 40, 1097-1110.

Ermisch, J. F., & Mulder, C. H. (2019). Migration versus immobility, and ties to parents. European Journal of Population, 35(3), 587–608.

van der Wiel, R. & Kooiman, N. (2019). Children of separated parents: Registered versus reported place of residence. The Hague: Statistics Netherlands.

Thomas, M. J. (2019). Employment, education, and family: Revealing the motives behind internal migration in Great Britain. Population, Space and Place, Online first. ‚Äč

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.

Mulder, C. H. (2018). Putting family centre stage: Ties to nonresident family, internal migration, and immobility. Demographic Research, 39, 1151-1180.

van der Wiel, R., Mulder, C. & Bailey, A. (2018). Hoe sterk zijn latrelaties? Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving,34(10), 4-7.

van der Wiel, R., Mulder, C.H. & Bailey, A. (2018). How Does Commitment Work in 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.

Mulder, C.H. (2018) The FamilyTies project: Family ties, internal migration and immobility.

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