Pieter Hooimeijer
Pieter Hooimeijer
Professor of Human Geography and Demography
Verified email at uu.nl
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Residential relocations in the life course
CH Mulder, P Hooimeijer
Population issues, 159-186, 1999
Residential experience and residential environment choice over the life-course
P Feijten, P Hooimeijer, CH Mulder
Urban studies 45 (1), 141-162, 2008
Changing gender roles, shifting power balance and long-distance migration of couples
J Smits, CH Mulder, P Hooimeijer
Urban Studies 40 (3), 603-613, 2003
Spatial flexibility in job mobility: macrolevel opportunities and microlevel restrictions
M van Ham, CH Mulder, P Hooimeijer
Environment and Planning a 33 (5), 921-940, 2001
The association between neighbourhoods and educational achievement, a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Nieuwenhuis, P Hooimeijer
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 31 (2), 321-347, 2016
Local underemployment and the discouraged worker effect
M Van Ham, CH Mulder, P Hooimeijer
Urban Studies 38 (10), 1733-1751, 2001
Capturing housing market segmentation: An alternative approach based on neural network modelling
TOM Kauko, P Hooimeijer, J Hakfoort
Housing Studies 17 (6), 875-894, 2002
Ethnic segregation in the Netherlands: new patterns, new policies?
G Bolt, P Hooimeijer, R Van Kempen
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 93 (2), 214-220, 2002
Urban form and job access: disparate realities in the Randstad
M Van Ham, P Hooimeijer, CH Mulder
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 92 (2), 231-246, 2001
Regional differences in spatial flexibility: long commutes and job related migration intentions in the Netherlands
M Van Ham, P Hooimeijer
Applied spatial analysis and policy 2 (2), 129-146, 2009
Spatial analyses of the urban village development process in Shenzhen, China
P Hao, S Geertman, P Hooimeijer, R Sliuzas
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37 (6), 2177-2197, 2013
Demand and unmet need for means of family limitation in Rwanda
DM Ndaruhuye, A Broekhuis, P Hooimeijer
International perspectives on sexual and reproductive health, 122-130, 2009
Leaving home in the Netherlands: Timing and first housing
CH Mulder, P Hooimeijer
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 17 (3), 237-268, 2002
Kwaliteit in meervoud; Conceptualisering en operationalisering van ruimtelijke kwaliteit voor meervoudig ruimtegebruik
P Hooimeijer, HJJ Kroon, J Luttik
Unknown Publisher, 2001
Residential environment and spatial variation in house prices in the Netherlands
P Visser, F Van Dam, P Hooimeijer
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 99 (3), 348-360, 2008
The willingness to pay for green apartments: The case of Nanjing, China
H Hu, S Geertman, P Hooimeijer
Urban Studies 51 (16), 3459-3478, 2014
Science Parks and the Co-location of High-tech Small-and Medium-sized Firms in China’s Shenzhen
F Cheng, F van Oort, S Geertman, P Hooimeijer
Urban studies 51 (5), 1073-1089, 2014
Access to homeownership in urban China: A comparison between skilled migrants and skilled locals in Nanjing
C Cui, S Geertman, P Hooimeijer
Cities 50, 188-196, 2016
A simulation model of residential mobility and housing choice
P Hooimeijer, A Oskamp
Netherlands journal of housing and the built environment 11 (3), 313-336, 1996
Variations in desired family size and excess fertility in East Africa
DN Muhoza, A Broekhuis, P Hooimeijer
International journal of population research 2014, 2014
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