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Labor Market

Labor market

The European labor market is struggling because of the economic crisis and an aging working population. How do we make sure everybody will be able to participate?



New in Labor market

  • Dorien Kooij appointed professor of HRS 03 Apr 2019News Dorien Kooij appointed professor of HRS
    Dr. T.A.M. (Dorien) Kooij has been appointed professor of Human Resource Studies (HRS) at the Department of HRS at the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Her research focuses on aging, older workers, motivation and HRM.

  • Pensions in Transition: New Netspar Program Off the Ground 21 Mar 2019News Pensions in Transition: New Netspar Program Off the Ground
    Pension think-tank and knowledge network Netspar - founded at Tilburg University - has secured funding for a new program term and is launching an ambitious research agenda for 2019-2023, "Netspar NexT", with the support of its partners. Approximately 1 million euros will be available annually for new research on the social and economic consequences of an aging society.

  • Interview: More robots, more work 18 Mar 2019Background Interview: More robots, more work
    Robots will take over all jobs, so it is often thought. On the contrary, say Charissa Freese and Ton Wilthagen: robots will create jobs. It’s just that these new jobs will be different, and the challenge is to anticipate which jobs will disappear, which ones will change, and what the new ones will be like – and when. Tilburg University aims to prepare employers and employees to the labor market of the near future.

  • Did a series of reforms weaken the income position of welfare recipients? 14 Feb 2019News Did a series of reforms weaken the income position of welfare recipients?
    Successive Dutch governments have undertaken reforms in an effort to reduce the number of welfare recipients and increase their participation in the labor market. These attempts have had negative effects for some categories of workers.

  • The impact of labour migration on the labor market 22 Jan 2019News The impact of labour migration on the labor market
    Since the introduction of the open European labor market, the recruitment of labor migrants in the Netherlands has increased sharply. This has resulted in both positive and negative effects, Jan Cremers (Tilburg Law School) writes in an ESB article.



  • Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement
    Theme: Pensions, aging and retirement
  • Research Institute for Flexicurity, Labour Market Dynamics and Social Cohesion
    Theme: Flexicurity, labour market dynamics, and social cohesion


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Muffels, R.J.A.
Name prof. dr. R.J.A. (Ruud) Muffels
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tranzo, Scientific center for care and wellbeing
Position Full Professor
Room M 613
Phone +31 13 466 3523
E-mail ruud.j.muffels@tilburguniversity.edu
Houwerzijl, M.S.
Name prof. dr. M.S. (Mijke) Houwerzijl
Tilburg Law School
Department of Labour Law and Social Policy
Position Full Professor
Room M 608
Phone +31 13 466 3781
E-mail m.s.houwerzijl@tilburguniversity.edu
Wilthagen, A.C.J.M.
Name prof. dr. A.C.J.M. (Ton) Wilthagen
Tilburg Law School
Public Law & Governance
Position Full Professor
Room RT 701
Phone +31 13 466 2473
E-mail wilthagen@tilburguniversity.edu
Bekker, S.
Name dr. S. Bekker
Tilburg Law School
Department of Labour Law and Social Policy
Position Associate professor
Room M 615
Phone +31 13 466 8979
E-mail s.bekker@tilburguniversity.edu

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