Erika Sandow

Senior lecturer, associate (assistant professor) at Department of Geography and Economic History
Geography

Research projects

Head of research

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Sandow, Erika

Moving out from the city – a study on families’ migration strategies for social sustainable living outside metropolitan areas

08/31/2017

Malmberg, Gunnar

Paths to Healthy and Active Ageing

02/06/2017

Publications

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Olofsson, Jenny
Sandow, Erika
Findlay, Allan; et al.

The importance of geographical scale in explaining the return migration of young adults to the parental home and to the parental neighbourhood

2017

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Bäckström, Peter
Sandow, Erika
Westerlund, Olle

Commuting and timing of retirement
The annals of regional science, 56(1): 125-152

2016

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Sandow, Erika
Westerlund, Olle
Lindgren, Urban

Is your commute killing you?: On the mortality risks of long-distance commuting
Environment and planning A, 46(6): 1496-1516

2014

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Sandow, Erika

Til work do us part: the social fallacy of long-distance commuting
Urban Studies, 51(3): 526-543

2014

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Sandow, Erika

On the road: Social aspects of commuting long distances to work

2011

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Sandow, Erika
Westin, Kerstin

Preferences for commuting in sparsely populated areas: the case of Sweden
Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2(3/4): 87-107

2010

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Sandow, Erika
Westin, Kerstin

The persevering commuter: Duration of long-distance commuting
Transportation Research Part A, 44(6): 433-445

2010

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Sandow, Erika

Commuting behaviour in sparsely populated areas: evidence from northern Sweden
Journal of Transport Geography, 16(1): 14-27

2008

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Sandow, Erika
Westin, Kerstin

Peoples preferences for commuting in sparsely populated areas: 9th NECTAR conference in Porto, Portugal, May 9-12 2007

2007

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Sandow, Erika
Westin, Kerstin

Regionförstoring i glesa områden – Kollektivtrafikens möjligheter och betydelse

2007

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