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Dr. K. (Kim) Caarls

Kim Caarls

Researcher

Educational background

Social and Cultural Sciences / Migration studies

Expertise

International migration, transnational families, living-apart-together-across-borders, family separation & reunification

Phone

++ 31 (0)70 3565258

E-mail

caarls @ nidi.nl

Publications

Caarls, K. & Valk, H.A.G. de (2017),
Relationship trajectories, living arrangements, and international migration among Ghanaians. Population, Space and Place. [URL]
Caarls, K. (2016),
Samenleven over grenzen: Ghanese paren in Nederland en het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 32 (3): 4-7. [URL]
Caarls, K. (2015),
Allemaal transnationaal? Versvak.nl, 21 oktober 2015. [URL]
Caarls, K. (2015),
Living apart together across borders; how Ghanaian couples form, transform, or dissolve in the context of international migration, Doctoral dissertation. Maastricht: Universitaire Pers Maastricht. 218 p.
Living apart together across borders; how Ghanaian couples form, transform, or dissolve in the context of international migration
Caarls, K. & Mazzucato, V. (2015),
Does international migration lead to divorce? Ghanaian couples in Ghana and abroad. Population 70 (1): 127-152. [URL]
Caarls, K. & Valk, H.A.G. de (2015),
Regional diffusion of divorce in Turkey: the role of education. NIDI Working Paper no. 2015/08. The Hague: NIDI. 28 p. [URL]
Beauchemin, C., Nappa, J., Schoumaker, B., Baizan, P., González-Ferrer, A., Caarls, K. & Mazzucato, V. (2014),
Reunifying versus living apart together across borders: A comparative analysis of Sub-Saharan migration to Europe. International Migration Review 49 (1): 173-199. [URL]
Mazzucato, V., Schans, D., Caarls, K., & Beauchemin, C. (2014),
Transnational families between Africa and Europe. International Migration Review 49 (1): 142-172. [URL]
Caarls, K., Fransen, S. & Ruben, R. (2012),
Can Migratory Contacts and Remittances Contribute to Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Rwanda? International Migration 51 (s1): e98-e117. [URL]

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