Bram Hogendoorn is a researcher at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute. His research focuses on the stratification of divorce. He currently works on the institutionalization hypothesis, examining whether the consequences of divorce for adults and children become less severe as divorce itself becomes less non-normative. This work will also comprise the linkage of historical parent-child life courses in cooperation with the International Institute of Social History. Besides, other interests include family demography, social stratification, social policy, and quantitative methodology.
Bram studied a bachelor’s in sociology at the University of Groningen, completed a master’s in social demography at Pompeu Fabra University, and received his PhD degree from the University of Amsterdam.
Divorce, family instability, longitudinal analysis