Sociology, Work & Organisations, Ageing labour markets,
Life course inequalities, Quantitative methods
I am a sociologist, social researcher and data analyst working as an Assistant Professor at the Human Resource Studies Department at Tilburg University, the Netherlands.
In my research, I am trying to understand how the world of work is changing and how are these changes related to social inequalities. I study the impact of population ageing and trends toward later retirement on interactions in the labour market and inequalities in older age. In this context, I am particularly focused on the role of employers and organisational processes. I also specialise in quantitative methodology and statistics.
In 2020 I developed the Comparative Panel File (CPF) - an open science project to harmonize the world’s major and longest-running household panel surveys. In 2017 I received a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to study the role of human capital investments for retirement transitions [LEEP].