Professor of sociology and demography at the University of Amsterdam
Senior Researcher at NIDI
Kalmijn, M. 2017. The Ambiguous Link between Marriage and Health: A Dynamic Reanalysis of Loss and Gain Effects. Social Forces, accepted.
Kalmijn, M. 2017. Family Structure and the Well-being of Immigrant Children in Four European Countries. International Migration Review, online advance access 2016.
Fischer, M. A., S. Steinmetz, & M. Kalmijn. 2016. Does tolerance matter? A comparative study of same-sex and mixed-sex unions’ well-being in nine European countries. European Societies, 18, 5, 514-534.
Leopold, T. & M. Kalmijn. 2016. Is Divorce More Painful When Couples Have Children? Evidence From Long-Term Panel Data on Multiple Domains of Well-being. Demography, 53, 6, 1717-1742.
Kalmijn, M. & Van de Werfhorst, H. G. 2016. Sibship Size and Gendered Resource Dilution in Different Societal Contexts. PLoS ONE, 11(8), p. e0160953.
Geven, S., M. Kalmijn, and F. van Tubergen. 2016. The ethnic composition of schools and students' problem behaviour in four European countries: the role of friends. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(9), 1473-1495.
Gracia, P. & M. Kalmijn. 2016. Parents' Family Time and Work Schedules: The Split-Shift Schedule in Spain. Journal of Marriage and Family, 78, 2, 401-415.
Van den Bogaard, L., K. Henkens & M. Kalmijn. 2016. Retirement as a relief? The role of physical job demands and psychological job stress for effects of retirement on self-rated health. European Sociological Review, 32, 2, 295-306.
Bol, T. & Kalmijn, M. 2016. Grandparents` resources and grandchildren`s schooling: Does grandparental involvement moderate the grandparent effect? Social Science Research, 55. 155-170.
Kalmijn, M. 2016. Father-child contact, interparental conflict, and depressive symptoms among children of divorced parents. European Sociological Review, 32, 68-80.
Kalmijn, M. 2016. Children’s divorce and parent-child contact:A within-family analysis of elderly European parents. Journals of Gerontology Series B Psychological and Social Sciences, 71, 332-343.
Kalmijn, M. 2015. Father-child relations after divorce in four European countries: Patterns and determinants. Comparative Population Studies, 40, 3, 251-276.
Kalmijn, M. 2015. How childhood circumstances moderate the long-term impact of divorce on father-child relationships. Journal of Marriage and Family, 77(4):921-38.
Kalmijn, M. 2015. Family disruption and intergenerational transmission: Comparing the influences of married parents, divorced parents, and stepparents. Demography, 52(3):811-33.
Kalmijn, M. & J. Dronkers. 2015. Lean on me? The influence of parental separation and divorce on children’s support networks in four European countries. Zeitschrift für Familienforschung - Journal of Family Research, 27, 21-42.
Damman, M., Henkens, K., & Kalmijn, M. 2015. Women’s Retirement Intentions and Behavior: The Role of Childbearing and Marital Histories. European Journal of Population, 31, 4, 1-25.
Van Zantvliet, P. I., M. Kalmijn & E. Verbakel. 2015. Early partner choices of immigrants: The effect of preferences, opportunities, and parents. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41, 5, 772-794.
Damman, M., Henkens, K. & M. Kalmijn. 2015. Missing work after retirement: The role of life histories in the retirement adjustment process. The Gerontologist, 55, 5, 802-813.
Kalmijn, M. 2015. Relationships between fathers and adult children: The cumulative effects of divorce and repartnering. Journal of Family Issues, 77, 4, 921-938.