International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
van Ham M. (PI) (2012) NBHCHOICE—Neighbourhood choice, neighbourhood sorting, and neighbourhood effects. FP7-PEOPLE-2011-CIG EU Marie Curie Actions Career Integration Grant (project nr 303728). €100,000.
van Ham M. (PI), Kleinhans R., Duyvendak J.W., Veldboer L., Kearns A. (in collaboration with Borough of Hoogvliet, Vestia Hoogvliet, Woonbron Hoogvliet, Platform Corpovenista) (2012) “Please do it yourself”. On social support, professional counselling and long-term upward social mobility in a neighbourhood-based approach. NICIS Knowledge for Strong Cities. €270,000.
Kromhout S., Buitendijk J., Zandstra A. & van Ham M. (2011) Effecten Nieuwe Amsterdamse Woonruimteverdeling in beeld [Estimating the effects of changes in the Amsterdam housing allocation system]. Collaboration between RIGO and OTB for Gemeente Amsterdam. €41,012.
Searle B. (PI), van Ham M., Maclennan D., McKee K., Rowlingson K. and Fox O’Mahony, L. (2011) Mind the (Housing) Wealth Gap: Intergenerational justice and family welfare. The Leverhulme Trust (RP2011-IJ-024). £732,417.
van Ham M. (PI) & others (2010) ESRC CPC linked (+3) PhD Studentship: Non-labour market implications of family migration. Cash value £52,845.
Maclennan D. (PI), van Ham M., Dibben C. and Kesby M. (2010) Institute for Place, Population and Wellbeing Research. University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Fundraising Project Application. £5 million (total funding is dependent on fundraising).
Reuschke D., van Ham M. (PI) (2010) Labour market behaviour and migration: a cross-national comparison of the relationship between occupational and geographical mobility in late-modern societies. EU grant (FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IEF MOBILITY). €87,702.
van Ham M. (PI), Manley D., Bailey N., Simpson L., Maclennan D., and Jivraj S. (2009) ESRC Seminar Series: Challenges in neighbourhood effects research: does it really matter where you live and what are the implications for policy? ESRC grant (RES-451-26-0704). £18,000.
van Ham M. (2009) Contract research for Netherlands Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment: ‘Market for child-care in 2009’. Consultancy within a larger €109.000 SEO project (PI Lucy Kok). €6,500.
Boyle P., van Ham M. (PI) & others (2009) Non-labour market implications of family migration. Project within the £6.2 million ESRC Centre for Population Change (CPC) (RES-625-28-0001). £175,000.
Boyle P. (PI), van Ham M., Cassidy S. (2008) ESRC CASE(+3) PhD Studentship: Quality of Life and Travel Complexity in the Changing Urban Environment. Cash value £53,000.
van Ham M. (PI), Boyle P., Feijten P.M. and Doherty J. (2007) Right to Buy… time to move? ESRC (RES-000-22-2460). £100,000.
Feng Z. (PI), Boyle P., van Ham M., Raab G. (2007) Neighbourhoods and the creation, stability and success of mixed-ethnic unions. ESRC (RES-163-25-0045). £100,000.
van Ham M. (PI), Hooimeijer P. (2005) Contract research for Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs. ‘Spatial barriers to interregional labour mobility. Labour market, housing market and individual barriers’. €49,000.
van Ham M. (2005) Contract research for Netherlands Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment: ‘Market for child-care in 2004’. Consultancy within a larger €137.380 SEO project (PI Lucy Kok). €6,500.
Mulder C.H. (PI), van Ham M. (2004) Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) grant for 4-year PhD project: ‘Residential location and the division between partners of paid work, commuting distance, and household tasks’, €185,221.
van Ham M. (2003) Max Planck Institute for Human Development (Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung), Berlin, Germany. Grant for visiting researcher (July – August 2003), €3,800.
van Ham M. (2001) Max Planck Institute for Human Development (Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung), Berlin, Germany. Grant for visiting researcher (February – March 2001), €2,000.
Hooimeijer P. (PI) and van Ham M. (2000) Contract research for Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment: Two chapters for a book based on the 1998 Housing Demand Survey, €20,000.