Fotograaf: Jeroen Oerlemans

dhr. prof. dr. J.N. (Jean) Tillie


  • Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
    Programmagroep: Challenges to Democratic Representation
  • Bezoekadres
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Amsterdam
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15578
    1001 NB  Amsterdam
  • J.N.Tillie@uva.nl

Prof. Dr. Jean Tillie

Jean Tillie studied Political Science and wrote his PhD dissertation on determinants and measurement of party preference and voting behaviour, at the Universiteit van Amsterdam.
Jean Tillie is Professor Electoral Policies by special appointment at the University of Amsterdam. He is also the programme leader of the AISSR programme group 'Challenges to Democratic Representation'.

Current research projects

Jean Tillie studies the quality of multicultural democracy. His research focuses on radicalism and extremism, extreme right voting behavior, anti-immigrant feelings and the political integration of immigrants. He is also coordinating the EURISLAM project (an international comparative study on the social-cultural integration of Muslims).

Publications

Click on the link below for publications in the UvA-DARE system:

2016

  • Damstra, A., & Tillie, J. (2016). How crosscutting weak ties are established: The case of Muslims in Europe. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(2), 237-260. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2015.1102046 [details]
  • Tillie, J., van Holsteyn, J., van der Kolk, H., & Aarts, K. (2016). Rumoer: Nederlandse kiezers en politiek 1998-2012. Amsterdam: AUP. [details]
  • van Heelsum, A., Michon, L., & Tillie, J. (2016). New voters, different votes? A look at the political participation of immigrants in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. In A. Bilodeau (Ed.), Just ordinary citizens? Towards a comparative portrait of the political immigrant (pp. 29-45). Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press. [details]
  • Statham, P., & Tillie, J. (2016). Muslims in their European societies of settlement: A comparative agenda for empirical research on socio-cultural integration across countries and groups. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(2), 177-196. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2015.1127637 [details]

2015

  • Slootman, M., & Tillie, J. (2015). Waarom sommige moslims radicaal worden. In I. Weijers, & C. Eliaerts (Eds.), Jeugdcriminologie: achtergronden van jeugdcriminaliteit. - 2e druk (pp. 475-497). Den Haag: Boom Lemma. [details]

2014

  • Vermeulen, F., Michon, L., & Tillie, J. (2014). Immigrant political engagement and incorporation in Amsterdam. In N. Foner, J. Rath, J. W. Duyvendak, & R. van Reekum (Eds.), New York and Amsterdam: immigration and the new urban landscape (pp. 230-256). New York: New York University Press. [details]

2013

  • Koomen, M., Tillie, J., van Heelsum, A., & van Stiphout, S. (2013). Discursive framing and the reproduction of integration in the public sphere: a comparative analysis of France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany. Ethnicities, 13(2), 191-208. DOI: 10.1177/1468796812470898 [details]
  • Tillie, J., van Stiphout, S., & Fennema, M. (2013). The working of multicultural democracy: attitudes towards immigrants in 25 European countries. In S. I. Keil, & O. W. Gabriel (Eds.), Society and democracy in Europe. (pp. 185-200). (Routledge advances in European politics; No. 89). London: Routledge. [details]

2011

  • Jacobs, D., & Tillie, J. (2011). Ethnic social networks, social capital, and political participation of immigrants. In A. E. Azzi, X. Chryssochoou, B. Klandermans, & B. Simon (Eds.), Identity and participation in culturally diverse societies: a multidisciplinary perspective (pp. 296-314). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. [details]
  • Vermeulen, F., Tillie, J., & van de Walle, R. (2011). Different effects of ethnic diversity on social capital: density of foundations and leisure associations in Amsterdam neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 49(2), 337-352. DOI: 10.1177/0042098011403016 [details]

2010

  • Michon, L., & Tillie, J. (2010). Party choices among immigrants and visible minorities in comparative perspective. The Netherlands. In K. Bird, T. Saalfeld, & A. M. Wüst (Eds.), The political representation of immigrants and minorities: voters, parties and parliaments in liberal democracies (pp. 76-79, 101). (Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science; No. 70). London: Routledge. [details]
  • Michon, L., & Tillie, J. (2010). Voter turnout among immigrants and visible minorities in comparative perspective. The Netherlands. In K. Bird, T. Saalfeld, & A. M. Wüst (Eds.), The political representation of immigrants and minorities: voters, parties and parliaments in liberal democracies (pp. 33-36, 59). (Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science; No. 70). London: Routledge. [details]
  • Groenendijk, K., van Heelsum, A., Michon, L., & Tillie, J. (2010). Participación política de los inmigrantes en los Países Bajos. In D. Moya Malapeira, & A. Viñas Ferrer (Eds.), Sufragio y participación política de los extranjeros extraxomunitarios en Europa (pp. 109-152). Barcelona: Fundació Pi i Sunyer. [details]

2009

  • Tillie, J. (2009). Niet alleen Geert Wilders schendt de grenzen van het democratisch debat. B en M : Tijdschrift voor Beleid, Politiek en Maatschappij, 36(1), 79-80. [details]

2008

  • Fennema, M., & Tillie, J. (2008). Social capital in multicultural societies. In D. Castiglione (Ed.), Handbook of Social Capital (pp. 349-370). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]
  • Slootman, M., & Tillie, J. (2008). Waarom sommige Amsterdamse moslims radicaal worden. In I. Weijers, & C. Eliaerts (Eds.), Jeugdcriminologie: achtergronden van jeugdcriminaliteit (pp. 349-368). Amsterdam: Boom Juridische uitgevers. [details]

2009

  • Tillie, J. (2009). Gedeeld land: Het multiculturele ongemak van Nederland. Amsterdam: Meulenhoff. [details]
  • Tillie, J. (2009). De vicieuze cirkel doorbreken. Socialisme en Democratie, 66(1/2), 88-94. [details]

2008

  • Demant, F., Slootman, M., Buijs, F., & Tillie, J. (2008). Deradicalisering van rechtsradicalen en islamitische radicalen. In J. van Donselaar, & P. R. Rodrigues (Eds.), Monitor racisme & extreem-rechts: achtste rapportage (pp. 255-277). Amsterdam: Pallas Publications. [details]
  • Jacobs, D., & Tillie, J. N. (2008). Social capital and political participation of immigrants in Europe: key developments in empirical studies. In D. Vogel (Ed.), Highly active immigrants: a resource for European civil societies (pp. 47-58). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften. [details]

2013

  • Tillie, J., Koomen, M., van Heelsum, A., & Damstra, A. (2013). EURISLAM: finding a place for Islam in Europe: cultural interactions between Muslim immigrants and receiving societies. [Amsterdam]: EURISLAM Consortium. [details]

2010

  • Roex, I., van Stiphout, S., & Tillie, J. (2010). Salafisme in Nederland: aard, omvang en dreiging. Amsterdam: Instituut voor Migratie- en Etnische Studies. [details] [PDF]

2009

  • Slootman, M., Tillie, J., Majdy, A., & Buijs, F. (2009). Salafi-jihadi's in Amsterdam: portretten. (Reeks religie en samenleving). Amsterdam: Aksant. [details] [PDF]

2008

  • Demant, F., Slootman, M., Buijs, F., & Tillie, J. N. (2008). Teruggang en uittreding: processen van deradicalisering ontleed. Amsterdam: IMES. [details / files]

2011

  • Vermeulen, F. F., Tillie, J. N., & Michon, L. B. (2011). How are immigrants entering the precincts of power in Amsterdam?. Paper presented at Amsterdam and New York: the impact of immigration in two global cities, . [details]
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