Marloes Lammers, who obtained her doctorate from the School of Business and Economics in 2017, won the Netspar Thesis Award for her dissertation on the various ways in which labour market institutions can influence the willingness of an individual to accept a(nother) job offer.

The Netspar Thesis Awards were handed out at the International Pension Workshop. The awards are given in recognition of outstanding theses and dissertations on topics related to Netspar’s research programme and relevant to the current Dutch pension debate.

Visit the website of Netspar to read more about the other winners. You can also read the thesis on the website of VU Amsterdam.