Books and Book Chapters

All publications are available upon request.


  • Mooi, Erik, Marko Sarstedt and Irma Mooi-Reci. (2018). Market Research: The Process, Data, and Methods using Stata. Springer Publs.

  • Mooi-Reçi, Irma.  (2008). Unemployed and Scarred for Life? Longitudinal Analyses of How Unemployment and Policy Changes Affect Re-employment Careers and Wages in the Netherlands, 1985-2000. PhD Dissertation Series, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam. Enschede: PrintPartners Ipskamp. ISBN: 978-90-9023654-4.

  Book Chapters

  • Manzoni, Anna and Irma, Mooi-Reci. (2018). Measuring Sequence Quality, in Sequence Analysis and Related Approaches: Innovative Methods and Applications. Edited by Gilbert Ritschard and Matthias Studer. Springer Publs.

  • Dekker, Ronald and Irma, Mooi-Reci. (2011). "Tijdelijk Werk: Zegen of Vloek?" pp. 98-114 in Dynamiek op de Nederlandse Arbeidsmarkt. Edited by R. van Gaalen, J. Sanders, W. Smits and J.F. Ybema. Den Haag/Hoofddorp: CBS/TNO.

  • Meerman Martha, Irma, Reci and Arichi, Karima. (2004). “The role of interim subsidized employment in the life course of the security guard”, pp.119-136 in Diversity in life courses; consequences for the labour market. Amsterdam SISWO/Social Policy Research.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Working Papers

All publications are available upon request.

  • Mooi-Reci, Irma and Lyn Craig. (2020). "Dual-Parent Joblessness, Household Work and Its Moderating Role on Children's Joblessness as Young Adults". Journal of Family Issues. 

  • Mooi-Reci, Irma. (forthcoming). “Intergenerational Mobility Research: Current Challenges and Future Directions.” Australian Economic Review.
  • Manzoni, A. & Mooi-Reci, I. (2020). “The cumulative disadvantage of unemployment: Longitudinal evidence across gender and age at first unemployment in Germany”. PlosOne (online).

  • Mooi-Reci, I., M. Wooden & M. Curry. (forthcoming). “The employment consequences of growing up in a dual-parent jobless household: A comparison of Australia and the United States”. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility.

  • Mooi-Reci, Irma, Bart Bakker, Matthew Curry and Mark Wooden. (2019). Why Parental Unemployment matters for Children's Educaitonal Attainment: Empirical Evidence from the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 35(3): 394–408.

  • Marks, Gary and Irma Mooi-Reci. (2016). “The Declining Influence of Family Background on Educational Attainment in Australia: The Role of Measured and Unmeasured Influences.” Social Science Research, 171-185.

  • Mooi-Reci, Irma and Mark Wooden. (2017) “Casual Employment and Long-Term Wage Outcomes”, Human Relations, 70(9):1064-1090.

  • Mooi-Reci, Irma and Jacobo Munoz-Comet (2016). “The Great Recession and the Immigrant-Native Gap in Job Loss in the Spanish Labour Market.” European Sociological Review,

    32(6): 730–751.

    • Berg, C.J.W. van den, Bijleveld, C.C.J.H., Hendriks, J. and Mooi‐Reci, I. (2014). “The juvenile sex offender: the effect of having a job on offending.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 42(1):145-152.

    • Mooi-Reci, Irma and Harry B. Ganzeboom. (2015). "Unemployment Scarring by Gender: Human Capital Depreciation or Stigmatization? Longitudinal Evidence from the Netherlands 1980-2000" Social Science Research, 52: 642-658. (pdf.version).
    • Mooi-Reci, Irma and Melinda Mills. (2012). "The Gendered Consequences of Unemployment Insurance Reforms." Social Forces, 91(2):583-608.

    • Van den Berg, Chantal, Catrien Bijleveld, Jan Hendriks and Irma Mooi-Reci. (2012). "Het Effect van Werk op de Criminele Carriere van Jeugdige Zedendelinquenten." Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 54(2): 83-102.

    • Mooi-Reci, Irma. (2012). "Rentrechments in Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Wage Inequality: Longitudinal Evidence from the Netherlands, 1985-2000." European Sociological Review, 28(5):594-606.

    • Dekker, Ronald and Irma Mooi-Reci. (2011). "Tijdelijk werk: De werkloosheidsrisico's." Sociaal Bestek, 10: 45-48.

    • De Bruijn, Jeanne, Irma Reci and Inge Bleijenberg. (2003). “Levensloop en combineren: Arbeid en Zorg in Engeland, Zweden en Nederland”, Sociale Wetenschappen, 46(4):21-41.
    • Evertsson Marie, Paula England, Irma Mooi-Reci, Joan Hermsen, Jeanne de Bruijn and David Cotter. (2009). "Is Gender Equality Greater at Lower or Higher Educational Levels? Common patterns in the Netherlands, Sweden, and the U.S." Social Politics, 16: 210-241.

    • Reci, Irma and Jeanne de Bruijn. (2006). “Transitional Labour Markets: Past, Present and Future Applications”, Working Paper Series, No. 2006-32. Amsterdam SISWO/Social Policy Research.

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