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On inequality in health and well-being


• Rozer, J. & G. Kraaykamp (2013). Income Inequality and Subjective Well-being. A Cross-National Study on the Conditional Effects of Individual and National Characteristics. Social Indicators Research, 113, 1009-1023.

• Huijts, T., G. Kraaykamp & S.V. Subramanian (2013). Childlessness and Psychological Well-Being in Context: A Multilevel Study on 24 European Countries, European Sociological Review, 29, 1, 32-47.

• Huijts, T. & G. Kraaykamp (2012). Formal and informal social capital and self-rated health in Europe: a new test of accumulation and compensation mechanisms using a multilevel perspective? Acta Sociologica, 55, 143-158.

• Huijts, T. & G. Kraaykamp (2012). Immigrants’ Health in Europe: A Cross-Classified Multilevel Approach to Examine Origin Country, Destination Country, and Community Effects. International Migration Review, 46, 1, 101-137.

• Gesthuizen, M., T. Huijts & G. Kraaykamp (2012). Explaining health marginalization of the lower educated: the role of cross-national variations in health expenditure and labor market conditions, Sociology of Health and Illness, 34, 4, 591-607.

• Huijts, T. & G. Kraaykamp (2011). Religious involvement, religious context, and self-assessed health in Europe, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 52, 1, 91-106.

• Huijts, T. & G. Kraaykamp (2011). Marital status, nation marital status composition, and self-assessed health. A multilevel test of four hypotheses in 29 European countries. European Societies, 13, 2, 279-305.

• Linssen, R., L. van Kempen & G. Kraaykamp Subjective well-being in rural India. The curse of conspicuous consumption. Social Indicators Research, 101, 57-72.

• Huijts, T., C. Monden & G. Kraaykamp (2010). Education, Educational Heterogamy, and Self-Assessed Health in Europe. A Multilevel Study of Spousal Effects in 29 European Countries, European Sociological Review, 26, 3, 261-276.

• Monden, C.W.S. & G. Kraaykamp (2006). Neuroticism, Education and Self-Assessed Health in the General Population of the United States. Can smoking Behaviour explain the Associations? Social Indicators Research, 78, 271-285. [Pdf]

• Monden, C.W.S, F. van Lenthe, N.D. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2003). Partner's and own Education: Does Who You Live with Matter for Self-Assessed Health, Smoking and Excessive Alcohol Consumption? Social Science & Medicine, 57-10, 1901-1912. [Pdf]

• Monden, C.W.S., N.D. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2003). How Important are Parents and Partners for Smoking Cessation in Adulthood? An Event History Analysis, Preventive Medicine, 36, 197-203. [Pdf]

• Monden, C.W.S., G. Kraaykamp & N.D. de Graaf (2003). Trends in Social Inequality in Self-Reported Health in the Netherlands. Does Infant Mortality in Year of Birth as a Cohort Indicator Matter?, Social Science & Medicine, 56-5, 987-1000. [Pdf]