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dr. T. Reeskens

Assistant Professor 

TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Sociology

Expertise

Tim's main research interests regard a comparative analysis of social cohesion and social solidarity in Europe. His current research project aims at explaining attitudes towards welfare state performance. Previously, he has been involved in a comparative research into the relation between ethnic-cultural diversity, integration policies and social cohesion in Europe.

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Principal publications

  • Reeskens, T., & Vandecasteele, L. (in press). Hard Times and European Youth: The Effect of Economic Insecurity on Human Values, Social Attitudes and Well-Being. International Journal of Psychology [accepted for publication].
  • Reeskens, T., & van Oorschot, W. (2015). Immigrants' Attitudes towards Welfare Redistribution. An Exploration of Role of Government Preferences among Immigrants and Native across 18 European Welfare States. European Sociological Review, 31(4), pp. 433-445.
  • Wright, M., & Reeskens, T. (2013). Of What Cloth Are the Ties that Bind? A Multilevel Analysis of the Relation between National Identity and Support for the Welfare State across 29 European Countries. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(10), pp. 1443-1463.
  • Reeskens, T., & van Oorschot, W. (2012). Disentangling the 'New Liberal Dilemma': On the Relation between General Welfare Redistribution Preferences and Welfare Chauvinism. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 53(2), pp. 120-139.
  • van Oorschot, W., Reeskens, T., & Meuleman, B. (2012). Popular Perceptions of Welfare State Consequences. A Multi-Level, Cross-National Analysis of 25 European Countries. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(2), pp. 181-197.

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Last amended: 01 May 2017