Christophe Vanroelen, Phd
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Precarious employment: understanding an emerging social determinant of health
J Benach, A Vives, M Amable, C Vanroelen, G Tarafa, C Muntaner
Annual review of public health 35 (1), 229-253, 2014
Burnout among senior teachers: Investigating the role of workload and interpersonal relationships at work
F Van Droogenbroeck, B Spruyt, C Vanroelen
Teaching and teacher education 43, 99-109, 2014
Welfare states, flexible employment, and health: a critical review
IH Kim, C Muntaner, FV Shahidi, A Vives, C Vanroelen, J Benach
Health policy 104 (2), 99-127, 2012
Precarious employment and quality of employment in relation to health and well-being in Europe
M Julià, C Vanroelen, K Bosmans, K Van Aerden, J Benach
International Journal of Health Services 47 (3), 389-409, 2017
Unemployment, informal work, precarious employment, child labor, slavery, and health inequalities: pathways and mechanisms
C Muntaner, O Solar, C Vanroelen, JM Martínez, M Vergara, V Santana, ...
International journal of health services 40 (2), 281-295, 2010
Employment precariousness in Spain: prevalence, social distribution, and population-attributable risk percent of poor mental health
A Vives, C Vanroelen, M Amable, M Ferrer, S Moncada, C Llorens, ...
International Journal of Health Services 41 (4), 625-646, 2011
How does employment quality relate to health and job satisfaction in Europe? A typological approach
K Van Aerden, V Puig-Barrachina, K Bosmans, C Vanroelen
Social Science & Medicine 158, 132-140, 2016
Measuring employment precariousness in the European Working Conditions Survey: the social distribution in Europe
V Puig-Barrachina, C Vanroelen, A Vives, JM Martínez, C Muntaner, ...
Work 49 (1), 143-161, 2014
The influence of gender equality policies on gender inequalities in health in Europe
L Palència, D Malmusi, D De Moortel, L Artazcoz, M Backhans, ...
Social science & medicine 117, 25-33, 2014
Employment relations, social class and health: a review and analysis of conceptual and measurement alternatives
C Muntaner, C Borrell, C Vanroelen, H Chung, J Benach, IH Kim, E Ng
Social science & medicine 71 (12), 2130-2140, 2010
Dirty work, dirty worker? Stigmatisation and coping strategies among domestic workers
K Bosmans, S Mousaid, N De Cuyper, S Hardonk, F Louckx, C Vanroelen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 92, 54-67, 2016
Precarious employment in occupational health–an OMEGA-NET working group position paper
T Bodin, Ç Çağlayan, AH Garde, M Gnesi, J Jonsson, S Kiran, B Kreshpaj, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health 46 (3), 321-329, 2020
Explaining the relation between precarious employment and mental well-being. A qualitative study among temporary agency workers
K Bosmans, S Hardonk, N De Cuyper, C Vanroelen
Work 53 (2), 249-264, 2016
Measuring employment arrangements in the European labour force: a typological approach
K Van Aerden, G Moors, K Levecque, C Vanroelen
Social indicators research 116, 771-791, 2014
Social stratification, social closure, and social class as determinants of mental health disparities
C Muntaner, E Ng, C Vanroelen, S Christ, WW Eaton
Handbook of the sociology of mental health, 205-227, 2013
Mortality in adult immigrants in the 2000s in B elgium: a test of the ‘healthy‐migrant’and the ‘migration‐as‐rapid‐health‐transition’hypotheses
H Vandenheede, D Willaert, H De Grande, S Simoens, C Vanroelen
Tropical Medicine & International Health 20 (12), 1832-1845, 2015
COVID-19 and precarious employment: consequences of the evolving crisis
N Matilla-Santander, E Ahonen, M Albin, S Baron, M Bolíbar, K Bosmans, ...
International Journal of Health Services 51 (2), 226-228, 2021
Six employment conditions and health inequalities: a descriptive overview
J Benach, O Solar, M Vergara, C Vanroelen, V Santana, A Castedo, ...
International journal of health services 40 (2), 269-280, 2010
The relationship between employment quality and work-related well-being in the European Labor Force
K Van Aerden, G Moors, K Levecque, C Vanroelen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 86, 66-76, 2015
Psychosocial working conditions and self-reported health in a representative sample of wage-earners: A test of the different hypotheses of the demand–control–support–model
C Vanroelen, K Levecque, F Louckx
International archives of occupational and environmental health 82, 329-342, 2009
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