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Welcome to the personal website of Rense Nieuwenhuis. Rense is a quantitative sociologist interested in how the interplay between social policies and demographic trends gives rise to economic inequalities. His publications appeared in the Journal of Marriage and Family and the European Sociological Review, among other journals. In 2014 he obtained a Phd ('Cum Laude') from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, and currently he is an assistant professor at the Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI).

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A novel method for modelling interaction between categorical variables

Apr 2017 Rense Nieuwenhuis
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Is there such a thing as too long childcare leave?

Mar 2017 Rense Nieuwenhuis
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When Size Matters: Weighted Effect Coding

Feb 2017 Rense Nieuwenhuis
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