Leo van Wissen
Leo van Wissen
directeur NIDI, Den Haag, en hoogleraar economische demografie, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Verified email at nidi.nl
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The role of family networks and migration culture in the continuation of Moroccan emigration: A gender perspective
L Heering, R Van Der Erf, L Van Wissen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30 (2), 323-337, 2004
2372004
Firm relocation: state of the art and research prospects
PH Pellenbarg, LJG Van Wissen, J Van Dijk
University of Groningen, 2002
1622002
A micro‐simulation model of firms: Applications of concepts of the demography of the firm
L Van Wissen
Papers in Regional Science 79 (2), 111-134, 2000
1532000
An analysis of trends in spatial mobility of Dutch graduates
V Venhorst, J Van Dijk, L Van Wissen
Spatial Economic Analysis 6 (1), 57-82, 2011
1522011
Do the best graduates leave the peripheral areas of the Netherlands?
V Venhorst, J Van Dijk, LEO Van Wissen
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 101 (5), 521-537, 2010
1502010
Firm migration
PH Pellenbarg, LJG Van Wissen, J Van Dijk
Industrial location economics 110, 148, 2002
1422002
Overcoming the problems of inconsistent international migration data: A new method applied to flows in Europe
J De Beer, J Raymer, R Van der Erf, L Van Wissen
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 26 (4), 459-481, 2010
1372010
Understanding shrinkage in European regions
M Bontje, S Musterd
Alexandrine Press, 2012
1122012
The Dutch mobility panel: Experiences and evaluation
LJG Van Wissen, HJ Meurs
Transportation 16 (2), 99-119, 1989
1111989
A joint household travel distance generation and car ownership model
TF Golob, L Van Wissen
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 23 (6), 471-491, 1989
1031989
Introduction: The life course approach as an interdisciplinary framework for population studies
PA Dykstra, LJG van Wissen
Population issues, 1-22, 1999
911999
Demography of the firm: a useful metaphor?
LJG van Wissen
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 18 (3), 263-279, 2002
872002
Impact of different mortality forecasting methods and explicit assumptions on projected future life expectancy: The case of the Netherlands
L Stoeldraijer, C van Duin, L van Wissen, F Janssen
Demographic Research 29, 323-354, 2013
802013
A life course approach to high-skilled migration: Lived experiences of Indians in the Netherlands
A Kõu, L van Wissen, J van Dijk, A Bailey
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (10), 1644-1663, 2015
742015
Including the smoking epidemic in internationally coherent mortality projections
F Janssen, LJG van Wissen, AE Kunst
Demography 50 (4), 1341-1362, 2013
742013
Measurement biases in panel data
H Meurs, L Van Wissen, J Visser
Transportation 16 (2), 175-194, 1989
741989
Europe: one continent, different worlds: population scenarios for the 21st century
D Beer
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
612013
A household life cycle model for residential relocation behaviour
P Nijkamp, L Van Wissen, A Rima
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 27 (1), 35-53, 1993
611993
Migration and human capital
J Poot, B Waldorf, L van Wissen
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
572009
A spatial interpretation of the density dependence model in industrial demography
L van Wissen
Small Business Economics 22 (3), 253-264, 2004
542004
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