Lin Rouvroye (MSc) is a social scientist with a background in psychology. She studied at University College London (UK), the University of Adelaide (AUS) and Maastricht University (NL). Before joining NIDI, Lin worked as a junior researcher at the department of economics of Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics. In her empirical work Lin draws inspiration from current societal problems that require an interdisciplinary approach. At NIDI Lin is involved in the project ‘The life course of the young in the 21st century: risks for increasing inequality?’ focusing on the question to what degree ‘work’ and participation in the labour market offers all young people in the Netherlands sufficient opportunity to transition into adulthood. Interests: life course studies, character development and learning in young people, flexibility in work, socioeconomic background and opportunities in education and the labour market and philosophy of science.
Junior research fellow of the Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics
Development of the young, life course decisions, fairness issues related to societal opportunity