The Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) is a research institute of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, established in 1986. Through its research the institute aims to improve the understanding of the relationship between education and the labour market. The overarching research theme of ROA is the acquisition and depreciation of human capital over the life course in relation to the dynamics of the labor market. This is studied in four research programmes. For more information about ROA and our services please click here.
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Recent publications / news
- Dec17thPersonality traits, migration intentions, and cultural distance New Research Memorandum (ROA-RM-2018/7) Personality traits, migration intentions, and cultural distance by Didier Fouarge, Merve Nezihe Özer, Philipp Seegers Personality traits are influential in ...
- Dec17thHBO-Monitor: vrouwen steeds meer op achterstand Arbeidsmarktongelijkheid onder hbo’ers Vandaag publiceert ROA (Researchcentrum voor Onderwijs en Arbeidsmarkt) van de Universiteit Maastricht een nieuw rapport op basis van ...
- Dec04thBecoming a mompreneur: Parental leave policies and mothers’ propensity for self-employment New Research Memorandum (ROA-RM-2018/6) Becoming a mompreneur: Parental leave policies and mothers’ propensity for self-employment by Ruud Gerards and Pomme Theunissen Contractionary parental leave ...
- Dec03rdNEPS Publication Award – Katarina Wessling NEPS Publication Award: The Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi) is giving out an award for excellent scientific works on ...
- Nov13thTraining participation and the role of reciprocal attitudes New Research Memorandum (ROA-RM-2018/5) Training participation and the role of reciprocal attitudes by Arjan Non Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), I ...
In the media
- Jan10thHet hele onderwijs gaat staken: ‘Te veel staken werkt averechts’ Frank Cörvers appeared in Trouw on 9 January 2019, ‘Het hele onderwijs gaat staken: ‘Te veel staken werkt averechts’.
- Jan03rdWaarom wisselen zo weinig 50-plussers van baan? Andries de Grip appeared in NU.nl on 24 December 2018, ‘Waarom wisselen zo weinig 50-plussers van baan?’.
- Dec14thIk wil minder brave meisjes Barbara Belfi appeared in NRC.nl on 13 December 2018, ‘Ik wil minder brave meisjes’.
- Nov14thVan startende tot gevorderde kunstenaar Barbara Belfi, Jim Allen and Ardi Mommers appeared in ‘Bij de les’ November 2018, Van startende tot gevorderde kunstenaar
- Nov07thDe werkvloer blijft de beste leerplek Didier Fouarge appeared in SERMagazine, 58(11), pp. 4-6, De werkvloer blijft de beste leerplek