I am a sociologist, researcher and data analyst working at NIDI in the Work & Retirement group and at the University of Amsterdam. My research focus on changing and ageing labour markets, lifecourses inequalities, lifelong learning, ageing policies, age stereotypes, age management and retirement patterns. I specialise in quantitative methodology and statistics, particularly in panel and multilevel analysis, structural equation modelling and Bayesian statistics. I am also interested in general methodology and epistemology, especially in Charles Peirce’s pragmatism. I received a Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to study the role of human capital investments for retirement transitions. I co-coordinated the Human Capital Study – the largest labour market research in Poland. I participated in numerous other research projects granted e.g. by NORFACE, 7th Framework Program, European Commission, or German Research Foundation. I also co-authored the Polish national strategy for employment of older people.
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam
Labour markets, older workers