What are the drivers of lifelong learning and how do different groups in the Dutch population acquire their human capital during their life course?
This project, funded by Horizon Europe, aims to bring together a diverse set of related skills mismatch issues in one comprehensive framework
The National Education Cohort Study
To reduce research pressure and give useful results back to schools - that is what the National Cohort Study Education (NCO) stands for.
Early Predictors of School Success
How lifestyle, different aspects of health and (un)healthy behaviour of primary and secondary school pupils affect their educational performance and educational career
ROA is looking for a PhD Candidate on Increasing lifelong learning participation
Are you an economist, (work) psychologist, social or data scientist who recently graduated or is about to graduate? Are you passionate about academic research that helps us understand how to stimulate participation in lifelong learning activities? Then we have the right vacancy for you!read more
ROA is looking for a Junior researcher
Are you a sociologist, economist, data scientist or other social scientist with good quantitative skills who has recently graduated or is about to graduate? Then we have the right vacancy for you!
Can student aid policy alter spatial inequality in university enrolment? Evidence from a policy reform in the Netherlands
New research memorandum
Learning and Work Hybrid Seminars, Maastricht University, SBE, Spring 2024
Our regular Tuesday hybrid seminar series (from 12:00 to 13:00, onsite and also via zoom) features researchers from different disciplines, with focuses on both academic and policy issues.
The Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) is a research institute of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, established in 1986. The overarching research theme of ROA is the acquisition and depreciation of human capital over the life course in relation to the dynamics of the labor market. ROA aims to do high level scientific research with a substantial policy impact. This dual mission is pursued in all research project, regardless of the type of funding (fundamental or commissioned research). ROA receives funding from scientific funds (e.g. NRO, NWO, NETSPAR, ORA, H2020), as well as from national and international authorities (Ministries, European Commission, OECD) and various other organizations such as training funds, educational institutes and regional governments. For more information, please click here