Joeke Kuyvenhoven has a background in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences with a specialisation in socio-spatial processes and inequalities. After graduating from the Research Master Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, she worked as a researcher at the Amsterdam Bureau for Research, Information and Statistics studying educational careers and inequalities.
Her main research interests include residential mobility, neighbourhood effects and social inequalities. At NIDI she currently works on her doctoral studies for the MYMOVE project where she studies the impact of childhood residential mobility on adult outcomes. She specifically focuses on differential patterns and consequences of internal migration and the exposure to neighbourhood disadvantage of immigrant children.
Inequalities, residential mobility, segregation, contextual effects