Bio

Wendy Wesseling is a psychologist and studies (the combating of) youth unemployment. For her PhD research, she studies how different types of interventions contribute to a better position of vulnerable youth on the labor market.

Recent publications

  1. Disadvantaged youth & the labor market - Struggles, setbacks, and suc…

    Wesseling, W. (2022). Disadvantaged youth & the labor market: Struggles, setbacks, and successes.
  2. Towards a more all‐inclusive evaluation of interventions for unemploy…

    Wesseling, W. (2021). Towards a more all‐inclusive evaluation of interventions for unemployed youth: A longitudinal investigation of participant, programme, relational and contextual factors. Social Policy and Administration, 55(7), 1145-1161.
  3. Key lessons for supporting youth in their steps to work

    Bekker, S., Wesseling, W., Wilthagen, T., & Balau, N. (2020). Key lessons for supporting youth in their steps to work.
  4. Active labor market programs for youth - The numbers tell the tale?

    Wesseling, W. (2020). Active labor market programs for youth: The numbers tell the tale? In S. Amine (Ed.), International perspectives on the youth labor market: Emerging research and opportunities (pp. 51-73). IGI Global.
  5. Youth employment policies in the Netherlands

    Bekker, S., Wesseling, W., & Calon, E. (2018). Youth employment policies in the Netherlands. (EXCEPT Working Papers; No. 37). http://www.except-project.eu/files/filemanager/files/WP37_Youth_employment_policies_in_Netherlands.pdf

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