Statistisch analist at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) of the School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University
ROA’s new report on lifelong learning in the Netherlands shows that the gap in training participation between low and high educated keeps on growing. It also shows that the gap in training participation between younger and older workers is decreasing. The report ‘Nederland in Leerstand’ is written by Didier Fouarge, Peter van Eldert, Andries de Grip, Annemarie Künn-Nelen en Davey Poulissen.
ROA Workshop Dynamics of Skills Supply and Demand
On November 16 and 17 2018, the Maastricht University Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) organises a workshop on the topic of Dynamics of Skills Supply and Demand.
Deadline for submission: 1 June
Rolf van der Velden appeared in Financieel Dagblad 26 March 2018: “Jongeren redden het niet met Google, je hebt kennis nodig”.
Christoph Meng appeared in RTL Z on 28 January 2018: “Relatief veel werknemers met migratieachtergrond aan de zijlijn”
>> Read the full article here in Dutch
Tom Stolp (2017), “Sorting in the Labor Market; the Role of Risk Preference and Stress“
Supervisor: prof.dr. T. Dohmen
Co-supervisor: dr. B. Golsteyn
Rolf van der Velden, Mark Levels, Lynn van Vugt, Timo Huijgen and Per Bles received Thursday 21 December 2017 the Societal Impact Award at Maastricht University for the National Cohort Study Education.
The Nationaal Cohortonderzoek Onderwijs is a nation-wide cohort study on the educational pathways and performance of all pupils in Dutch primary and secondary education, funded by the National Regieorgaan Onderwijsonderzoek.
Appointed extraordinary professor ‘Labour Market Flexibility: the employer’s perspective’
Title: De opmars van flexibele arbeid: Gevolgen voor mens, organisatie en maatschappij