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?
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Growth in the number of women at the top is flattening06th September 2021
The growth in the number of women at the top of large Dutch companies is flattening. This is the conclusion of the annual Dutch Female Board Index by Mijntje Lückerath, who is a professor of corporate governance at TIAS.
Marike Knoef appointed as endowed professor of Capital-Funded Pensions05th July 2021
Tilburg University has appointed Marike Knoef as endowed professor of Capital-Funded Pensions at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, effective July 1, 2021. The remit of the chair is the study of capital-funded pensions from an integrated perspective to contribute to the formation of ideas about the future of supplementary pensions in the Netherlands. The institution establishing the endowed chair is Instituut Gak. The research is part of the research program of pension network and think tank Netspar.
Labor market transition: towards more value and more work01st July 2021
The Netherlands has an inclusion deficit - or rather a surplus of untapped talent. Some 1 to 2 million people want to and can work in some way, but do not manage to get sustainable and paid work. Therefore, a labor market transition must be initiated, which requires four systemic steps. One of these is that the broad value of work and participation in work must become the starting point.
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