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Seibel, V. (2023). The impact of migrants’ knowledge about their social rights on their subjective well-being. Frontiers Political Science, DOI: 10.3389/fpos.2023.1067258.

Seibel, V, & Yerkes, M. (2022). Barriers to childcare. Dataset. Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social Sciences (LISS     Panel),

Breidahl, K. N., Hedegaard, T. F., & Seibel, V. (2022). Migrants and social policy: Shifting research agendas. In Social         Policy in Changing European Societies (pp. 265-278). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Seibel, V., & Haan, M. (2022). Survey research among older migrants: Age-related differences in contact and                 cooperation. The Gerontologist.

Stark, T. & Seibel, V. (2022) Social Networks in Ethnic Relations: New Perspectives on Integration Research, in           (Smeekes, A. & Thijs, J. eds). Migration and Ethnic Relations: Current directions for theory and research: Liber Amicorum for Maykel Verkuyten.

Lubbers, M., & Seibel, V. (2022). Welfare Chauvinism: Are Immigrants Granted Access to Welfare State Benefits?. In Solidarity and Social Justice in Contemporary Societies (pp. 147-155). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.


Seibel, V. & Yerkes, M. (2022). On the Road to a New Childcare System? Policy Brief, p. 1-6, One third of Dutch parents struggle to pay for childcare - News - Utrecht University (, last accessed 31-10-2022.


Bilecen, B. and Seibel, V. (2021)*. Network explanations of the gender gap in migrants’ employment patterns: Use of online and offline networks in the Netherlands. Journal of Family Research, Early View, Doi: 10.20377/jfr-484

*Shared first authorship


Seibel, V. (2021) What do migrants know about their childcare rights? A first exploration in Germany. Journal of International Migration and Integration.DOI: 10.1007/s12134-020-00791-0


Seibel, V. and Renema, J. (2020). Migrants‘ and natives‘ attitudes towards public healthcare provision in Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, doi: 10.1093/ijpor/edaa024


Seibel, V. (2020). Contact to Natives among Turkish Migrants in Germany: Gender Differences and Potential Explanations. Frontiers in Sociology, 5, 60.


Seibel, V. (2019). Determinants of migrants’ knowledge about their healthcare rights. Health Sociology Review, 28(2), 140-161.


Seibel, V. (2019). Wat weten migranten over hun gezondheidsrechten? Mens en Maatschappij: In de etalage,  94(1)


Koos, S. & Seibel, V. (2019). Solidarity with Refugees across Europe. A Comparative Analysis of Public Support for Helping Forced Migrants, European Societies, 21(5), 704-728 Doi:10.1080/14616696.2019.1616794


Seibel, V. (2018). Gender Differences in Knowledge about Healthcare Eligibility among Migrants in Denmark, the Netherlands, and Germany. WSF working paper series. NORFACE Welfare State Futures


Bekhuis, H., Hedegaard, T., Seibel, V., Degen, D. & Renema, J. (2018). MIFARE Study – Migrants’ Welfare State Attitudes. Dataset. DANS (Data Archiving and Network Services). KNAW.  doi:10.17026/dans-xu7-egxz


Seibel, V. & Hedegaard, T. (2017).  Migrants' and natives' attitudes to formal childcare in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany. Children and Youth Services Review, 78, 112-121. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.05.017


Seibel, V. (2016). Over-Education of Immigrants in Germany. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Monography)


Griesshaber, N.  & Seibel, V. *(2014). Over-education among immigrants in Europe: Does social capital matter? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 374-398. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2014.915192

*Shared first authorship


Lancee B. & Seibel, V. (2014). Does rural origin affect immigrants’ contacts with natives? A study of Turks in six European countries.  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,40(9), 1331-1353. Doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2013.858591


Seibel, V. & Van Tubergen, F. (2013). Job search methods among non-western immigrants in the Netherlands.  Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 11(3), 241-258. Doi: 10.1080/15562948.2013.801727

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