From inside prison to a prison outside: Resocialisation and recidivism during the corona-crisis

This project has received an ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) in 2020. Project applicant: Elanie Rodermond (NSCR/VU Amsterdam). Project abstract In the midst of the corona crisis, prisoners are faced with several measures that are meant to avoid a corona-outbreak in prison, such as the suspension of visits and re-integration activities. After release from prison, ex-prisoners…

New work and the family life course in the Netherlands (NeWFam-NL)

This project has received an ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) in 2020. Project applicant: dr. Jennifer Holland (EUR-ESSB). Project abstract Over the last 50 years, macro-economic changes have resulted in the emergence and proliferation of new working conditions. This ‘New Work’ is characterized by an increase in the share of workers with temporary contracts, self-employment…

Systematic Income Risk

This project has received an ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) in 2020. Project applicant: Giuseppe Floccari (TiSEM). Project abstract This project plans to document a set of new facts about the income risk that Dutch households are exposed to and to study its effects on their portfolio choice and savings behavior. On the one hand,…

Do neighbourhoods affect health? Disentangling selection and causation

This project has received an ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) in 2020. Project applicants: dr. Joost Oude Groeniger (EUR-ESSB), Nienke Boderie (Erasmus MC) and prof. dr. Hans van Kippersluis (EUR-ESE). Project abstract Population health differs dramatically across neighbourhoods. Contextual determinants of health such as neighbourhood effects have become a focal point of research. However, the…

Breaking the barrier? The effects of the National Program Rotterdam South on educational mobility

This project has received an ODISSEI Microdata Access Grant (MAG) in 2020. Project applicant: dr. Gijs Custers (EUR-ESSB). Project abstract Educational mobility in the Netherlands has generally increased in the post-WWII period, but advancing equality of educational opportunity in poor urban areas remains a serious challenge. Large cities are spatially segregated along ethnic and socioeconomic…