Tim Reeskens
Tim Reeskens
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Tilburg University
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Ethnic diversity and generalized trust in Europe: A cross-national multilevel study
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle, A Trappers
Comparative political studies 42 (2), 198-223, 2009
Cross-cultural measurement equivalence of generalized trust. Evidence from the European Social Survey (2002 and 2004)
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Social Indicators Research 85 (3), 515-532, 2008
Migration to European Countries: A Structural Explanation of Patterns, 1980–2004
M Hooghe, A Trappers, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
International Migration Review 42 (2), 476-504, 2008
Beyond the civic–ethnic dichotomy: investigating the structure of citizenship concepts across thirty‐three countries
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Nations and nationalism 16 (4), 579-597, 2010
Disentangling the ‘New Liberal Dilemma’: On the relation between general welfare redistribution preferences and welfare chauvinism
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 53 (2), 120-139, 2012
Popular perceptions of welfare state consequences: A multilevel, cross-national analysis of 25 European countries
W Van Oorschot, T Reeskens, B Meuleman
Journal of European Social Policy 22 (2), 181-197, 2012
Nationalism and the cohesive society: A multilevel analysis of the interplay among diversity, national identity, and social capital across 27 European societies
T Reeskens, M Wright
Comparative Political Studies 46 (2), 153-181, 2013
Truancy as a contextual and school‐related problem: a comparative multilevel analysis of country and school characteristics on civic knowledge among 14 year olds
E Claes, M Hooghe, T Reeskens
Educational studies 35 (2), 123-142, 2009
Ethnic diversity, trust and ethnocentrism and Europe: A multilevel analysis of 21 European countries
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle, A Trappers
Unpublished paper presented at American Political Science Association Annual …, 2006
Equity, equality, or need? A study of popular preferences for welfare redistribution principles across 24 European countries
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (8), 1174-1195, 2013
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare: Attitudes to welfare deservingness
W van Oorschot, F Roosma, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017
Of what cloth are the ties that bind? National identity and support for the welfare state across 29 European countries
M Wright, T Reeskens
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (10), 1443-1463, 2013
Diversity, multiculturalism and social cohesion: Trust and ethnocentrism in European societies
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle
Diversity and Canada's Future, Date: 2005/10/13-2005/10/15, 387-410, 2007
Immigrants’ attitudes towards welfare redistribution. An exploration of role of government preferences among immigrants and natives across 18 European welfare states
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
European Sociological Review 31 (4), 433-445, 2015
Host-country patriotism among European immigrants: A comparative study of its individual and societal roots
T Reeskens, M Wright
Ethnic and Racial Studies 37 (14), 2493-2511, 2014
But who are those “most people” that can be trusted? Evaluating the radius of trust across 29 European societies
T Reeskens
Social indicators research 114 (2), 703-722, 2013
The mobilisation of identities: A study on the relationship between elite rhetoric and public opinion on national identity in developed democracies
M Helbling, T Reeskens, M Wright
Nations and Nationalism 22 (4), 744-767, 2016
‘One size fits all’? An empirical study into the multidimensionality of social cohesion indicators in Belgian local communities
S Botterman, M Hooghe, T Reeskens
urban studies 49 (1), 185-202, 2012
Political mobilisation, ethnic diversity and social cohesion: The conditional effect of political parties
M Helbling, T Reeskens, D Stolle
Political Studies 63 (1), 101-122, 2015
The inevitable deservingness gap: A study into the insurmountable immigrant penalty in perceived welfare deservingness
T Reeskens, T van der Meer
Journal of European Social Policy 29 (2), 166-181, 2019
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