Emma Lundholm
Emma Lundholm
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Neoliberalization of housing in Sweden: Gentrification, filtering, and social polarization
K Hedin, E Clark, E Lundholm, G Malmberg
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (2), 443-463, 2012
2652012
Forced or free movers? The motives, voluntariness and selectivity of interregional migration in the Nordic countries
E Lundholm, J Garvill, G Malmberg, K Westin
Population, Space and Place 10 (1), 59-72, 2004
1142004
Are movers still the same? Characteristics of interregional migrants in Sweden 1970–2001
E Lundholm
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 98 (3), 336-348, 2007
832007
Returning home? Migration to birthplace among migrants after age 55
E Lundholm
Population, Space and Place 18 (1), 74-84, 2012
622012
New motives for migration?: On interregional mobility in the nordic context
E Lundholm
Kulturgeografi, 2007
60*2007
Gains and losses, outcomes of interregional migration in the five Nordic countries
E Lundholm, G Malmberg
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 88 (1), 35-48, 2006
532006
Island gentrification and space wars
E Clark, K Johnson, E Lundholm, G Malmberg
A world of islands: An island studies reader, 481-510, 2007
482007
Between elderly parents and grandchildren—Geographic proximity and trends in four-generation families
E Lundholm, G Malmberg
Journal of Population Ageing 2 (3-4), 121-137, 2009
432009
Interregional migration propensity and labour market size in Sweden, 1970–2001
E Lundholm
Regional studies 44 (4), 455-464, 2010
332010
Restructuring of rural Sweden–Employment transition and out-migration of three cohorts born 1945–1980
M Hedlund, E Lundholm
Journal of Rural Studies 42, 123-132, 2015
322015
Nöjda så in i Norden?
J Garvill
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2002
232002
Does second‐home ownership trigger migration in later life?
R Marjavaara, E Lundholm
Population, Space and Place 22 (3), 228-240, 2016
222016
Family life course and the timing of women's retirement–a sequence analysis approach
I Svensson, E Lundholm, X De Luna, G Malmberg
Population, Space and Place 21 (8), 856-871, 2015
182015
Bubbles and craters: analysing ageing patterns of remote area populations
C Martell, D Carson, E Lundholm, D Muller
Demography at the edge: Remote human populations in developed nations, 107-123, 2012
142012
Is spatial mobility on the rise or in decline? An order-specific analysis of the migration of young adults in Sweden
H Kulu, E Lundholm, G Malmberg
Population studies 72 (3), 323-337, 2018
132018
Return to where? The geography of elderly return migration in Sweden
E Lundholm
European Urban and Regional Studies 22 (1), 92-103, 2015
102015
Migration and regional differences in access to local family networks among 60-year olds in Sweden
E Lundholm
Journal of population ageing 8 (3), 173-185, 2015
92015
Baltic state migration system: The case of Latvian immigrants in Sweden
E Apsite, E Lundholm, O Stjernström
Journal of Northern Studies 6 (1), 31-52, 2012
72012
Causal effects of the timing of life-course events: Age at retirement and subsequent health
N Barban, X De Luna, E Lundholm, I Svensson, FC Billari
Sociological Methods & Research 49 (1), 216-249, 2020
52020
Oskyddade trafikanters inställning till trafiksäkerhet och risk i trafiken
E Lundholm, J Garvill, A Marell, K Westin
Umeå universitet, 2001
42001
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