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Agnieszka Kanas
Agnieszka Kanas
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Politics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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The impact of origin and host country schooling on the economic performance of immigrants
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen
Social Forces 88 (2), 893-915, 2009
2502009
Immigrant self-employment: Testing hypotheses about the role of origin-and host-country human capital and bonding and bridging social capital
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen, T Van der Lippe
Work and Occupations 36 (3), 181-208, 2009
1942009
Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in G ermany
A Kanas, BR Chiswick, T Van Der Lippe, F Van Tubergen
International Migration Review 46 (3), 680-709, 2012
1742012
The role of social contacts in the employment status of immigrants: A panel study of immigrants in Germany
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen, T Van der Lippe
International Sociology 26 (1), 95-122, 2011
1452011
Interreligious contact, perceived group threat, and perceived discrimination: Predicting negative attitudes among religious minorities and majorities in Indonesia
A Kanas, P Scheepers, C Sterkens
Social Psychology Quarterly 78 (2), 102-126, 2015
1102015
Positive and negative contact and attitudes towards the religious out-group: Testing the contact hypothesis in conflict and non-conflict regions of Indonesia and the Philippines
A Kanas, P Scheepers, C Sterkens
Social science research 63, 95-110, 2017
552017
Economic outcomes of immigrants with different migration motives: The role of labour market policies
A Kanas, S Steinmetz
European Sociological Review 37 (3), 449-464, 2021
392021
Immigrant women’s economic outcomes in Europe: The importance of religion and traditional gender roles
A Kanas, K Müller
International Migration Review 55 (4), 1231-1264, 2021
282021
Political action in conflict and nonconflict regions in Indonesia: The role of religious and national identifications
A Kanas, B Martinovic
Political Psychology 38 (2), 209-225, 2017
242017
Greater local supply of language courses improves refugees’ labor market integration
A Kanas, Y Kosyakova
European Societies 25 (1), 1-36, 2023
192023
Religious identification and interreligious contact in Indonesia and the Philippines: Testing the mediating roles of perceived group threat and social dominance orientation and …
A Kanas, P Scheepers, C Sterkens
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (6), 700-715, 2016
192016
The conditional returns to origin-country human capital among Turkish and Moroccan immigrants in Belgium
A Kanas, F van Tubergen
Social science research 46, 130-141, 2014
192014
Ethno-religious Conflicts in Indonesia 2012 (ERCI 2012)
CJA Sterkens, AM Kanas, YT Subagya, C Pamungkas, PE Thijs, ...
Amsterdam: Pallas Publications-Amsterdam University Press, 2014
19*2014
The economic performance of immigrants: the role of human and social capital
AM Kanas
122012
Interreligious contact and out-group trust: Findings from conflict and non-conflict regions in Indonesia and the Philippines
A Kanas, P Scheepers, C Sterkens
Religion, migration and conflict 51, 121, 2015
82015
Latent conflict between ethno-religious groups in the Philippines
MS Abanes, A Kanas, P Scheepers
Religion, migration and conflict, 87-120, 2015
52015
Linguistic Enclaves, Sorting, and Language Skills of Immigrants
A Kanas, Y Kosyakova, E Vallizadeh
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 1-15, 2022
42022
Mind the gap: The role of family policies and the gender-egalitarian climate in shaping gender and ethnic labour market inequalities in Europe
A Kanas, S Steinmetz
Migration Studies 9 (4), 1569-1589, 2021
42021
Religious responses to existential insecurity: Conflict intensity in the region of birth increases praying among refugees
F Van Tubergen, Y Kosyakova, A Kanas
Social Science Research 113, 102895, 2023
32023
Non-cognitive skills and immigrant-native inequalities in the labor market in Europe
A Kanas, M Fenger
Frontiers in Political Science 5, 1091997, 2023
12023
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