Refereed articles

2017

  • Wim bernasco, Thomas de Graaff, Jan Rouwendal, Wouter Steenbeek (2017) Social Interactions and Crime Revisited. An Investigation Using Individual Offender Rates. Review of Economics and Statistics, 99(4), 622-636. Abstract DOI Online

2016

  • Mark Thissen, Thomas de Graaff, Frank van Oort (2016) Competitive network positions in trade and structural economic growth. A geographically weighted regression analysis for European regions. Papers in Regional Science, 95(1), 159-180. Abstract DOI Online
  • Zhiling Wang, Thomas de Graaff, Peter Nijkamp (2016) Cultural Diversity and Cultural Distance as Choice Determinants of Migration Destination. Spatial Economic Analysis, 11(2), 176-200. Abstract DOI Online

2015

  • Daniel Arribas-Bel, Thomas de Graaff (2015) WooW-II. Workshop on open workflows. REGION, 2(2). Abstract DOI Online
  • Maureen B. M. Lankhuizen, Thomas de Graaff, Henri de Groot (2015) Product Heterogeneity, Intangible Barriers and Distance Decay. The Effect of Multiple Dimensions of Distance on Trade across Different Product Categories. Spatial Economic Analysis, 10(2), 137-159. Abstract DOI Online

2013

  • Julia Beckhusen, Raymond JGM Florax, Thomas de Graaff, Jacques Poot, Brigitte Waldorf (2013) Living and working in ethnic enclaves. English Language proficiency of immigrants in US metropolitan areas. Papers in Regional Science, 92(2), 305-328. Abstract DOI Online
  • Thomas de Graaff, Michiel van Leuvensteijn (2013) A European Cross-Country Comparison of the Impact of Homeownership and Transaction Costs on Job Tenure. Regional Studies, 47(9), 1443-1461. Abstract DOI Online

2012

  • Thomas de Graaff, Frank G van Oort, Raymond JGM FLorax (2012) Sectoral heterogeneity, accessibility and population–employment dynamics in Dutch cities. Journal of Transport Geography, 25, 115-127. Abstract DOI Online
  • Sergejs Gubins, Erik T Verhoef, Thomas de Graaff (2012) Welfare effects of road pricing and traffic information under alternative ownership regimes. Transportation Research Part A. Policy and Practice, 46(8), 1304-1317. Abstract DOI Online
  • Thomas de Graaff, Frank G van Oort, Raymond JGM Florax (2012) Regional Population-Employment Dynamics Across Different Sectors of the Economy. Journal of Regional Science, 52(1), 60-84. Abstract DOI Online

2010

  • Thomas de Graaff, Peter Nijkamp (2010) Socio-economic impacts of migrant clustering on Dutch neighbourhoods. In search of optimal migrant diversity. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 44(4), 231-239. Abstract DOI Online
  • Brigitte S Waldorf, Julia Beckhusen, Raymond JGM Florax, Thomas de Graaff (2010) The role of human capital in language acquisition among immigrants in US metropolitan. Regional Science Policy & Practice, 2(1), 39-49. Abstract DOI Online

2009

  • Thomas de Graaff, Jaap Boter, Jan Rouwendal (2009) On Spatial Differences in the Attractiveness of Dutch Museums. Environment and Planning A, 41(11), 2778-2797. Abstract DOI Online

2008

  • Erwin van der Krabben, Karel Marten, Thomas de Graaff, Piet Rietveld (2008) How to Define the Optimal Level of Public-sector Infrastructure Development? A Conceptual Model for Decision-making in Infrastructure Projects. Planning, Practice & Research, 23(3), 363-381. Abstract DOI Online

2007

  • Thomas de Graaff, Henri LF de Groot, Caroline A Rodenburg, Erik T Verhoef (2007) The WTP for Facilities at the Amsterdam Zuidas. Environment and Planning A, 39(9), 2099-2118. Abstract DOI Online
  • Thomas de Graaff, Piet Rietveld (2007) Substitution between working at home and out-of-home. The role of ICT and commuting costs. Transportation Research Part A. Policy and Practice, 4(2), 142-160. Abstract DOI Online

2005

  • Raymond JGM Florax, Thomas de Graaff, Brigitte S Waldorf (2005) A Spatial Economic Perspective on Language Acquisition. Segregation, Networking, and Assimilation of Immigrants. Environment and Planning A, 37(10), 1877-1897. Abstract DOI Online

2004

  • Thomas de Graaff, Piet Rietveld (2004) ICT and Substitution Between Out-of-Home and at-Home Work. The Importance of Timing. Environment and Planning A, 36(5), 879-896. Abstract DOI Online

2002

  • Aura Reggiani, Thomas de Graaff, Peter Nijkamp (2002) Resilience. An Evolutionary Approach to Spatial Economic Systems. Networks and Spatial Economics, 2(2), 211-229. Abstract DOI Online

2001

  • Thomas de Graaff, Raymond JCM Florax, Peter Nijkamp, Aura Reggiani (2001) A General Misspecification Test for Spatial Regression Models. Dependence, Heterogeneity, and Nonlinearity. Journal of Regional Science, 41(2), 255-276. Abstract DOI Online

Unpublished working papers

2017

  • Zhiling Wang, Thomas de Graaff, Peter Nijkamp (2017) Look Who's Talking. On the Heterogeneous Returns to Foreign Language Use at Work among Natives and Migrants in Europe. GLO Discussion Paper, No. 104. Abstract Online  pdf
  • Sergejs Gubins, Thomas de Graaff, Jos van Ommeren (2017) Does new information technology change commuting behavior. Working paper. Abstract  pdf
  • Thomas de Graaff, Daniel Arribas-Bel, Ceren Ozgen (2017) Demographic Aging and Employment Dynamics in German Regions. Modeling Regional Heterogeneity. IZA Discussion Paper No. 10734. https://ssrn.com/abstract=2960543. Abstract Online  pdf

2013

  • Ceren Ozgen, Thomas de Graaff (2013) Sorting out the impact of cultural diversity on innovative firms. An empirical analysis of Dutch micro-data. Norface Migration Discussion Paper No. 2013-12. Abstract Online  pdf

2007

  • Thomas de Graaff, Ghebre Debrezion, Piet Rietveld (2007) De Invloed van Bereikbaarheid op Vastgoedwaarden van Kantoren. Workingpaper, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Abstract Online  pdf

2004

  • Thomas de Graaff (2004) On the Substitution and Complementarity between Telework and Travel. A Review and Application. VU discussion paper. Abstract Online  pdf

Books

2017

  • Otto Raspe, Martijn van den Berge, Thomas de Graaff (2017) Stedelijke regio's als motoren van economische groei. Wat kan beleid doen?. PLB (planbureau voor de Leefomgeving), Den Haag, 2901. Abstract Online

2008

  • Thomas de Graaff, Frank van Oort, Sanne Boschman (2008) Woon-werkdynamiek in Nederlandse gemeenten. PLB (planbureau voor de Leefomgeving), NAI uitgevers, Den Haag. Abstract Online

2002

  • Thomas de Graaff (2002) Migration, ethnic minorities and network externalities. Thela thesis. Abstract

Book chapters

2017

  • Danierl Arribas-Bel, Thomas de Graaff, Sergio J Rey (2017) Looking at John Snow’s Cholera Map from the Twenty First Century. A Practical Primer on Reproducibility and Open Science. In Regional Research Frontiers - Vol. 2. Advances in Spatial Science (The Regional Science Series) , Jackson R., Schaeffer P. (eds), Springer, Cham., pp. 283-306. Abstract DOI Online

2013

  • Thomas de Graaff, Barry Zondag (2013) A Population-Employment Interaction Model as Labour Module in TIGRIS XL. In: Pagliara F., de Bok M., Simmonds D., Wilson A. (eds) Employment Location in Cities and Regions. Advances in Spatial Science (The Regional Science Series) . Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 57-77. Abstract DOI Online

2009

  • Thomas de Graaff, Michiel van Leuvensteijn, Casper van Ewijk (2009) Homeownership, Social Renting, and Labour Mobility across Europe. In Homeownership and the Labour Market in Europe, Casper van Ewijk, Michiel van Leuvensteijn (eds), Oxforde University Press, ch. 3. pp. 53-81. Abstract DOI Online

2008

  • Thomas de Graaff, Caroline Rodenburg (2008) Measuring the WTP for shopping facilities around railway stations. In Bruinsma F., Pels E., Rietveld P., Priemus H., van Wee B. (eds) Railway Development. Physica-Verlag HD, ch. 11, pp. 213-233. Abstract DOI Online

2004

  • Raymond JGM Florax, Thomas de Graaff (2004) The Performance of Diagnostic Tests for Spatial Dependence in Linear Regression Models. A Meta-Analysis of Simulation Studies. In Advances in Spatial Econometrics. Advances in Spatial Science, Anselin L., Florax R.J.G.M., Rey S.J. (eds), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 29-65. Abstract DOI
  • Thomas de Graaff, Henri LF de Groot (2004) Ethnic Concentration and Human Capital Formation. In Urban Dynamics and Growth. Advances in Urban Economics, Roberta Capello, Peter Nijkamp (eds), Elsevier, Ch. 13, pp. 381-409. Abstract DOI Online