RVO

Prof. dr. G.C.M. Knijn

Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen | Universiteit Utrecht

Heidelberglaan 2 | 3584 CS | Utrecht | Netherlands

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Trudie Knijn is hoogleraar Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen, aan de Universiteit Utrecht en hoofd van de afdeling Interdisciplinary Social Science. Tevens is Trudie Knijn het hoofd van het onderzoeksprogramma Social Policy and Interventions (SOPINS), bestuurslid van ESPAnet, coördinator van de ‘National Associations of ESPAnet’ en lid van het comité ‘Network of Excellence Reconciling Work and Welfare’ (RECWOWE). Trudie Knijn’s onderzoek combineert sociologie en sociaal beleid en richt zich met name op familiebanden, gender, professionele en informele zorg en vergelijkende analyses van welvaartsstaten in zorg en welvaart.

Publicaties

  • Varenkamp, I., Bos, P., Knijn, G.C.M. and Van Wel, F.H. (2013). Onderzoek naar Re-Integratie van Langdurig Uitkeringsafhankelijke Cliënten in Utrecht. ISSN (online): 2211-2510, Utrecht: RVO 10.
  • Dr. Inge Varekamp, Drs. Peter Bos, Dr. Frits van Wel and Knijn, G.C.M. (2013). Onderzoek naar Re-Integratie Van Langdurig Uitkeringsafhankelijke Cliënten in Enschede. Utrecht: RVO reeks 09 Academisch Medisch Centrum Amsterdam, Universiteit Utrecht en Universiteit van Amsterdam.
  • Frings-Dresen, M.H.W., Knijn, G.C.M. and Sol, C.C.A.M. (2012). Arbeidsre-integratie kan beter, door te leren. Sociale Vraagstukken, 2012. Het artikel vindt u hier: http://www.socialevraagstukken.nl/site/2012/06/29/arbeidsre-integratie-kan-beter-leren.
  • Van Wel, F.H., Knijn, G.C.M., Abma, R. and Peeters-Bijlsma, M. (2012). ‘Partially disabled employees: Dealing with a double role in the Netherlands’, European Journal for Social Security 14 (2): 86-110.
  • Frings-Dresen, M.H.W., Knijn, G.C.M. and Sol, C.C.A.M. (2012). ‘Re-integratie kán’, Tijdschrift voor Sociale Vraagstukken, 2012; 66 (7/8): 28-29.
  • Knijn, G.C.M., Dijkgraaf MSc, M. and Van Wel, F.H. (2012). Beter met werk. RVO 08, Utrecht: ISSN (online): 2211-2510.
  • Van Zenderen, KLJ, Maier, RM, De Graaf, WAW and Knijn, GCM. (2011). Reintegratie van allochtone schoolverlaters. Van drop-out tot drop-in. Amsterdam: RVO.
  • Knijn, GCM and C. van Nijnatten. (2011). (forthcoming) Combatting child abuse in the Netherlands. In N. Gilbert, N. Parton and M. Skiveness (Eds.), Combatting Child Abuse. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Knijn, GCM, E. Grootegoed and B. Da Roit. (2010). Relatives as paid care-givers: how family carers experience payments for care. Ageing & Society, 30, 467-489.
  • Knijn, GCM and C. Saraceno. (2010). Family law and family policy reforms in Italy and the Netherlands: different timing, increasingly different focuses. Journal of european Social Policy , 20(5), 444-455.
  • Knijn, GCM, E. Grootegoed and M. Willemse. (2009). De praktijk van het mantelwerk. Utrecht: Movisie.
  • Knijn, GCM. (2009). Beste Chris Lorenz & co. Beleid en Maatschappij, 36(2), 123-128.
  • Knijn, GCM and Maier, RM. (2009). Pension reforms, working patterns and gender pension gaps in Europe. Gender, Work & Organisation, 16(6), 710-730.
  • Knijn, GCM and A. Smit. (2009). Investing, facilitating or individualizing the reconciliation of work and family life: three paradigms and ambivalent policies. Social Politics, 16(4), 484-518.
  • A. Rijken and Knijn, GCM. (2009). Couples' decision to have a first child: Comparing pathways to early and late parenthood. Demographic Research, 21(76), 765-802.
  • J. Lewis, Knijn, GCM, C. Martin and I. Ostner. (2009). Patterns of Development in Work/Family Reconciliation Policies for Parents in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK in the 2000s. Work-Family Balance, Gender and Policy (pp. 117-140). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • Knijn, GCM, C. Martin and J. Millar. (2008). Activation as a common framework for social policies towards lone parents. In B. Palier and C. Martin (Eds.), Reforming the Bismarckian Welfare System (pp. 102-116). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Knijn, GCM, C. Martin and I. Ostner. (2008). Patterns of Development in Work/Family Reconciliation Policies for Parents in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK in the 2000s. Social Politics. International Studies in Gender, State and Society, 15(3), 261-268.
  • A. Rijken and Knijn, GCM. (2008). Explaining Dutch fertiliy rates in a comparative European perspective: the rol of economy, social policy and culture. European Societies, 10(5), 736-786.
  • Knijn, GCM. (2008). Private responsibility and some support. Family policies in the Netherlands. In I. Ostner and Ch. Schmitt (Eds.), Family Policies in the Context of Family Change. The Nordic Countries (pp. 155-174). Wiesbaden: Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften.
  • F. Bucx, Van Wel, FH, Knijn, GCM and L. Hagendoorn. (2008). Intergenerational contact and the life course status of young adult children. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 70(1), 144-156.
  • Knijn, GCM and I. Osner. (2008). The 'meaning'of children in Dutch and German family policies. In A. Leira (Eds.), Childhood: Changing Contexts. Comparative Social Research Series (pp. 79-112). Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Knijn, GCM and W. van Oorschot. (2008). The need for and the societal legitimacy of social investments in children and their families. Critical reflectioins on the Dutch case. . Journal of family Issues , 29(11), 183-196.
  • Sol, CCAM, Knijn, GCM and Frings-Dresen, MHW. (2007). Reintegratie Verbeteronderzoek. Universitair onderzoeksprogramma 2007-2010. . Oudewater: van Schaik.
  • Knijn, G C M, Ostner, I and Schmitt, C. (2007). The meaning of children in Dutch and German family policy. In Leira, A and Saraceno, C (Eds.), Yearbook of Comparative Social Research.
  • Van Wel, F H and Knijn, G C M. (2007). Single mothers’ motivation to work and their participation in the labour market in the Netherlands. nternational journal of sociology of the family, 33(1), 183-196.
  • Bucx, A.J.E.H., Van Wel, F H, Knijn, G C M and Hagendoorn, A.J.M.W. (2007). Life Course Status and the Exchange of Support Between Young Adults and their Parents. Paper presented at the 3rd Conference on Emerging Adulthood, University of Arizona: Tucson, United States of America (2007, februari 15 - 2007, februari 15).
  • Knijn, G C M, Ostner, L and Schmitt, C. (2007). Manner und (ihre) Kinder. Einstellungen zur Elternschaft im Landervergleich. In Lettke, F and Lange, A (Eds.), Generationen und Familien (pp. 189-222). Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag.
  • Knijn, G C M and Verhagen, S. (2007). Contested professionalism. Payments for care and the quality of home care.
  • Knijn, G C M, Ostner, I and Schmitt, C. (2006). Men and (their) families: comparative perspectives on Men’s roles and attitudes towards family formation. In Bradshaw, J and Hatland, A (Eds.), Social Policy, Employment and Family Change in Comparative Perspective. (pp. 199-220). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Dykstra, P, Knijn, G C M and Liefboer, A. (2006). More kin than kind: instrumental support in families. In Dykstra, P, Kalmijn, M, Knijn, G C M, Liefboer, A and Mulder, C (Eds.), Family Solidarity in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.
  • Komter, A E and Knijn, G C M. (2006). The strength of family ties. In Dykstra, P, Kalmijn, M, Knijn, G C M, Komter, A, Liefboer, A and Mulder, C (Eds.), Family Solidarity in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.
  • Van Wel, F H and Knijn, G C M. (2006). Transitional Phase or New balance?: Working and caring by mothers with young children in the Netherlands. Journal of family Issues , 27(5), 633-651.
  • Komter, A E and Knijn, G C M. (2006). The strength of family ties. In Dykstra, P, Kalmijn, M, Knijn, G C M, Komter, A, Liefboer, A and Mulder, C (Eds.), Family Solidarity in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.
  • Knijn, G C M and Selten, P. (2006). The rise of contractualisation in the public sector. In Knijn, G C M, Kremer, M and Duijvendak, J W (Eds.), People, Policy and the New Professional (pp. 19-33). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Knijn, G C M and Selten, P. (2006). The rise of contractualisation in the public sector. In Knijn, G C M, Kremer, M and Duijvendak, J W (Eds.), People, Policy and the New Professional (pp. 19-33). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Duijvendak, J W, Knijn, G C M and Kremer, M. (2006). People, policy and the new professional, an Introduction. In Duijvendak, J W, Knijn, G C M and Kremer, M (Eds.), People, Policy and the New Professional (pp. 7-18). Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press.
  • Gerhard, U, Knijn, G C M and Weckwert, A. (2005). Introduction: Social practices and social policies. In Gerhard, U, Weckwert, A and Knijn, G C M (Eds.), Working Mothers in Europe: A Comparison of Policies and Practices (pp. 1-17). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • Bucx, A.J.E.H., Van Wel, F H, Knijn, G C M and Hagendoorn, L. (2005). Associational solidarity between young adult children and their parents: status positions and gender interactions. Paper presented at the Demografiedag: The Hague (2005, oktober 06). .
  • Knijn, G C M, Jönsson, I and Klammer, U. (2005). The organisation of work and care by working mothers. In Gerhard, U, Knijn, G C M and Weckwert, A (Eds.), Working Mothers in Europe: A Comparison of Policies and Practices (pp. 97-121). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • Knijn, G C M and Van Wel, F H. (2004). Overgangsfase of nieuw evenwicht? Arbeid en zorg in gezinnen. In Arts, W, Entzinger, H and Muffels, R (Eds.), Verzorgingsstaat vaar wel. (pp. 195-214). Assen: Koninklijke van Gorcum.
  • Knijn, G C M. (2004). Mutterschaft versus Erwerbstatigkeit als Basis fur soziale Burgerschaft: Zur Re-Kommodifizierung allein erziehender Mutter in den Niederlanden. In Ostner, I, Leitner, S and Schratzentaller, M (Eds.), Jahrbuch fur Europa – Und NordAmerika – Studien 7 (pp. 331-355). Opladen: Leske +Budrich.
  • Knijn, G C M. (2004). Family solidarity and social solidarity; substitutes or complements. . In Knijn, G C M and Komter, A (Eds.), Solidarity between the sexes and the generations: Transformations in Europe. (pp. 18-33). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.