Publications

Van der Horst, M., Lain, D., Vickerstaff, S., Clark, C., & Baumberg Geiger, B. (2017). Gender Roles and Employment Pathways of Older Women and Men in England. Sage Open.

 

Chung, H. & Van der Horst, M. (2017). Women’s employment patterns after childbirth and the perceived access to and use of flexitime and teleworking. Human Relations. Online First.

 

Fahy, A.E., Stansfeld, S.A., Smuk, M., Lain, D., Van der Horst, M., Vickerstaff, S., Clark, C. (2017). Longitudinal associations of experiences of adversity and socioeconomic disadvantage during childhood with labour force participation and exit in later adulthood. Social Science & Medicine. Advance Access.

 

Van der Horst, M., Vickerstaff, S., Lain, D., Clark, C., & Baumberg Geiger, B. (2016). Pathways of Paid Work, Care Provision, and Volunteering in Later Careers: Activity Substitution or Extension? Work, Aging & Retirement, 3(4):343–365.

 

Spreckelsen, T. S. & Van der Horst, M. (2016). Is Banning Significance Testing the Best Way to Improve Applied Social Science Research? – Questions on Gorard (2016), Sociological Research Online, 21(3).

 

Van der Horst, M., Van der Lippe, T. and Kluwer, E. (2014). Aspirations and occupational achievements of Dutch fathers and mothers. Career Development International, 19(4):447-468.

 

Van der Horst, M. (2014). Gender Role Attitudes. in: Michalos, A. ed. Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp. 2451-2453.

 

Van der Horst, M. (2014). Gender, aspirations, and achievements: Relating work and family aspirations to occupational outcomes. [PhD Thesis] (If you are interested in a copy, please email me)

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Van der Horst, M. and Coffé, H. (2012). How Friendship Network Characteristics Influence Subjective Well-Being. Social Indicators Research, 107:509-529.