The list below shows the full output of GTD in 2015. Publications are classified according to VSNU guidelines.
Article-scientific refereed
Caarls, K. & Mazzucato, V. (2015). Does international migration lead to divorce? Ghanaian couples in Ghana and abroad. Population, 70(1), 127-151.
Fourie, E.E. (2015). China’s example for Meles’ Ethiopia: When development ‘models’ land. Journal of Modern African Studies, 53(3), 289-316.
Haagsman, R.K., Mazzucato, V. & Dito, B.B. (2015). Transnational families and the subjective well-being of migrant parents: Angolan and Nigerian parents in the Netherlands. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(15), 2652-2671.
Mazzucato, V. Cebotari, V., Veale, A., White, A., Grassi, M. & Vivet, J. (2015). International parental migration and the psychological well-being of children in Ghana, Nigeria, and Angola. Social Science & Medicine, 132, 215-224.
Mazzucato, V. (2015). Introduction: Transnational families and the well-being of children and caregivers who stay in origin countries. Social Science & Medicine, 132, 208-214.
Fourie, E.E. (2015). Lessons from East Asia for Africa’s economic transformation. The African Technopolitan, 3, 20-21.
Doctoral thesis
Caarls, K. (2015, Juli 01). Living apart together across borders: How Ghanaian couples form, transform, or dissolve in the context of international migration. Maastricht University. Prom./coprom.: Prof. dr. V. Mazzucato & B.B. Dito.
Haagsman, R.K. (2015, April 10). Parenting across borders: Effects of transnational parenting on the lives of Angolan and Nigerian migrant parents in The Netherlands. Maastricht University. Prom./coprom.: Prof. dr. V. Mazzucato & B.B. Dito.