dr. L. (Laura) den Dulk

Laura den Dulk
Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Laura den Dulk is associate professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Public Administration, the Netherlands. Her main area of expertise is cross-national research regarding work-life policies in organisations in different welfare state regimes.

In 2001 she completed her PhD in Social Sciences on the presence of work-family arrangements in organizations in different European countries. She is co-editor of a number of books: “Work-family arrangements in Europe” (Thela Thesis, 1999), “Flexible Working, Organizational Change and the Integration of Work and Personal life” (Edward Elgar, 2005), and “Quality of life and work: theory, policy and practice” (Palgrave, 2011). In 2010 she became editor of the international journal Community, Work and Family. Current research interests include the role of managers, work-life balance support in the public sector and the social quality in European workplaces. She participated in various EC research projects: ‘Quality of life in a changing Europe’ (QUALITY), and ‘Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace: young adults negotiating the work-family boundary’ (TRANSITIONS).

  • M. Bäck-Wiklund, T. van der Lippe, L. den Dulk & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (2011). Quality of Life and Work in Europe. Theory, Practice and Policy. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan
  • L. den Dulk, T. van der Lippe & J. Schippers (Ed.). (2006). Emancipatie als kwestie. Liber Amicorum voor Anneke van Doorne-Huiskes rond het thema vrouwen en beroepsparticipatie. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press
  • A. Peper, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (Ed.). (2005). Flexible Working and Organisational Change. The Integration of Work and Personal Life. Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar
  • A. Peper, A. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (Ed.). (2005). Flexible Working, Organizational Change and the Integration of Work and Personal life. London: Edward Elgar
  • L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & J.J. Schippers (Ed.). (1999). Work-Family arrangements in Europe (Balancing the Welfare State). Amsterdam: Thela Thesis
  • L. den Dulk, S.M. Annink & B. Peper (2016). Self-employment in times of economic crisis: work-life challenges. In Work-life balance in times of recession, austerity and beyond. Abingdon: Routledge
  • L. den Dulk & B. Peper (2016). The impact of national policies on work-family experiences. In T.D. Allen & L.T. Eby (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • S.M. Annink & L. den Dulk (2014). Employment Relation and Work-Life Balance in Europe. In K. Aarts & M. Wittenberg (Eds.), Stabiliteit en verandering in Europa (DANS Symposium Publications) (pp. 147-149). Amsterdam: Pallas Publications
  • L. den Dulk (2014). Cross-national work-family research: State and workplace support. In S. Sweet (Ed.), The work-family interface. An Introduction (pp. 91-91). Los Angeles: Sage
  • L. den Dulk, S.M. Groeneveld & A. Peper (2014). Workplace worklife balance support from a capabilities perspective. In B. Hobson (Ed.), Worklife Balance: The Agency and Capabilities Gap (pp. 153-173). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk, N. Černigoj-Sadar, S. Lewis, J. Smithson & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (2014). Capabilities for worklife balance: managerial attitudes and employee practices in the Dutch, British, and Slovenian banking sector. In B. Hobson (Ed.), Worklife balance: The agency & capabilities gap (pp. 206-237). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • S.M. Groeneveld, J. van der Voet & L. den Dulk (2013). Externe mobiliteit en binding. In A.J. Steijn & S.M. Groeneveld (Eds.), Strategisch HRM in de publieke sector (pp. 133-152). Assen: Van Gorcum
  • J. Smithson, S. Lewis, S. Kovacheva, L. den Dulk, A. Peper & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (2012). Supports and contraints for parents: a gendered cross-national perspective. In A. Nilsen, J. Brannen & S. Lewis (Eds.), Transitions to parenthood in Europe: A comparative life course perspective (pp. 89-105). Policy Press
  • L. den Dulk, M. Bäck-Wiklund, S. Lewis & D. Redai (2011). Quality of life and work in a changing Europe: a theoretical framework. In Quality of Life and Work. Theory, Practice and Policy (pp. 17-31). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan
  • A. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (2011). Chapter 7: The Netherlands. In Q. Skinner (Ed.), Families and States (pp. 129-145). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • S. Szücs, S. Drobnič, L. den Dulk & R. Verwiebe (2011). Quality of life and satisfaction with the work-life balance. In Quality of Life and Work in Europe. Theory, Practice and Policy (pp. 95-117). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan
  • P. Präg, M. das Dorres Guerreiro, J. Nätti, M. Brookes & L. den Dulk (2011). Quality of work and quality of life of service sector workers. Cross-national variations in eight European countries. In Quality of Work and Life in Europe. Theory, Practice and Policy (pp. 77-94). Houndmills: Palgave Macmillan
  • A. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (2011). Quality of life and work in a changing Europe: future challenges. In Quality of life and work in Europe: theory, practice and policy (pp. 217-232). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan
  • S. Lewis & L. den Dulk (2010). Parents' expierences of flexible work arrangements in changing European workplaces. In K. Christensen & B. Schneider (Eds.), Workplace Flexibility, Realigning 20th-Century Jobs for a 21st-Century Workforce (pp. 245-261). Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press
  • L. den Dulk (2009). Changing norms of masculinity and femininity: development in gender roles and family structures in Europe. In K. Larres (Ed.), Companion to Europe since 1945 (pp. 450-471). Malden/Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (2009). Work-family policies in a contradictory culture: a Dutch financial sector corporation. In S. Lewis, J. Brannen & A. Nilsen (Eds.), Work, families and organisations in transition. European perspectives (pp. 113-128). Bristol: Policy Press
  • L. den Dulk & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2008). Life course policies in the Netherlands: an answer to work/care dilemmas and an aging society? In S. Brandl, E. Hildebrandt & P. Wotschack (Eds.), Arbeitszeitpolitik im Lebensverlauf (Arbeit und Soziales, 212) (pp. 147-164). Dusseldorf: Hans Bockler Stiftung
  • L. den Dulk & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (2008). Life course policies in the Netherlands: an answer to work/care dilemmas and an ageing society? In S. Brandl, H. Eckart & P. Wotschack (Eds.), Arbeitszeitpolitik im Lebensverlauf. Düsseldorf: Edition der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung Band 212
  • L. den Dulk & F. Spierings (2007). Veranderende samenstelling van huishoudens. In H. Ewijk, F. Spierings & E. Wijnen-Sponselee (Eds.), Basisboek Social Work, mensen en meedoen. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boom
  • L. den Dulk & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2007). Social policy in Europe: it's impact on families and work. In C. Crompton, S. Lewis & C. Lyonette (Eds.), Women, work and family in Europe (pp. 51-70). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  • L. den Dulk & B. Peper (2006). De ontwikkeling van werk/privé-beleid in arbeidorganisaties: op weg naar een win-win situatie. In L. den Dulk, T. van der Lippe & J. Schippers (Eds.), Emancipatie als kwestie. Liber amicorum voor Anneke van Doorne-Huiskes rond het thema vrouwen en beroepsparticipatie. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press
  • L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2006). Werk/prive-beleid binnen arbeidsorganisaties: op weg naar een win-win situatie? In L. den Dulk, T. van der Lippe & J. Schippers (Eds.), Emancipatie als Kwestie. Liber Amicorum voor Anneke van Doorne-Huiskes rond het thema Vrouwen en Beroepsparticipatie (pp. 7-124). Amsterdam: Dutch university Press
  • A. van Doorne-Huiskes, L. den Dulk & B. Peper (2005). Organisational Change, Gender and Integration of Work and Life. In B. Peper, A. Van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (Eds.), Flexible Working, Organizational Change and the Integration of Work and Personal life (pp. 39-61). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • J. Dikkers, L. den Dulk, S. Geurts & B. Peper (2005). Work-nonwork culture, utilization of work-nonwork arrangements and emplyee-related outcomes in two Dutch organizations. In S.A.Y. Poelmans (Ed.), Work and Family. An International Research Perspective. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum
  • L. den Dulk (2005). Workplace work-family arrangements: a study and explanatory framework of differences between organizational provsision in different welfare states. In S.A.Y. Poelmans (Ed.), Work and Family. An International Research Perspective. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum
  • J. Dikkers, L. den Dulk, S. Geurts & A. Peper (2005). Work-Life Arrangements and Fatigue among two Dutch Organizations. In S..Y..A. Poelmans (Ed.), Work and Family: An International Research Perspective (pp. 147-172). Lawrence Erlbaum
  • J. van Doorne-Huiskes, A. Peper & L. den Dulk (2005). Flexible work and organisational change from a European perspective: Challenges for future research. In A. Peper, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (Eds.), Flexible Working and Organisational Change. The Integration of Work and Personal Life (pp. 312-328). Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2005). Work and Family Life in Europe: Employment Patterns of Working Parents Across Welfare States. In A. Peper, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (Eds.), Flexible Working and Organisational Change. The Integration of Work and Personal Life (pp. 13-38). Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar
  • J. van Doorne-Huiskes, L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2005). Introduction. In J. van Doorne-Huiskes, L. den Dulk & A. Peper (Eds.), Flexible Working and Organisational Change. The Integration of Work and Personal Life (pp. 3-12). Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar
  • L. den Dulk (2001). Work-Familiy Arrangements in Organizations: an International Comparison. In L. van Dijk & T. van der Lippe (Eds.), Women's Employment in a Comparative Perspective (Sociology and Economics, Controversy and Integration) (pp. 59-84). New York: Aldine de Gruijter
  • J. van Doorne-Huiskes, L. den Dulk & J.J. Schippers (1999). Work-family arrangements in the context of welfare states. In L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & J.J. Schippers (Eds.), Work-Family Arrangements in Europe (Balancing the Welfare State) (pp. 1-19). Amsterdam: Thela Thesis
  • J. van Doorne-Huiskes, L. den Dulk & J.J. Schippers (1999). Epilogue: Towards new patterns of resposibility for work-family policie? In L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & J.J. Schippers (Eds.), Work-Family Arrangements in Europe (Balancing the Welfare State) (pp. 167-173). Amsterdam: Thela Thesis
  • L. den Dulk (1999). Work-family arrangements in the Netherlands: the role of employers. In L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & J. Schippers (Eds.), Work-familiy arrangements in Europe (pp. 21-40). Amsterdam: Thela Thesis
  • L. den Dulk (1999). Employers and parental leave: a comparative analysis. In P. Moss & F. Deven (Eds.), Parental Leave: Progress or Pitfall? Research and policy issues in Europe (pp. 227-247). The Hague/Brussels: NIDI/CBGS publications
  • L. den Dulk & C.L.H.S. Remery (1997). Work-familiy arrangements in organisations. In K. Tijdens, A. van Doonre-Huiskes & T. Willems (Eds.), Time allocation and gender. The relationship between paid labour and household work (pp. 1-1). Tilburg: Tilburg University Press
  • L. den Dulk & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (1996). Work-Family Policies: Opportunities for Women and Men. In B Hessel, J.J. Schippers & S. Lindenberg (Eds.), Labour Market Inequality between Men and Women. Current Issues in Law and Economics (pp. 71-94). Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers
  • L. den Dulk (2001, juni 14). Work-familiy arrangements in organisations. A cross-national study in the Netherlands, Italy, the United Kingdom and Sweden. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (225 pag.) (Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers) Prom./coprom.: Prof.Dr. J. Huiskes & J.J. Schippers.
  • L. den Dulk (2016). ‘Netherlands country note’. (Extern rapport, International Review of Leave Policies and Research 2016). : International Review of Leave Policies and Research 2016
  • L. den Dulk (2016). Working time options in the Netherlands. (Extern rapport). : WSI Institute of Economic and Social Research
  • L. den Dulk (2015). Working time options in the Netherlands. International Labor Brief, 13 (9), 4-14.
  • S.M. Annink & L. den Dulk (2013). De positie van vrouwelijke ZZp'ers in Nederland. Amsterdam: Atria
  • T. Janssen, T.S. Ashikali, A.J. Steijn & L. den Dulk (2013). Educational Governance: Strategie, ontwikkeling en effecten. Themaproject 2: HRM, HRM uitkomsten en prestaties. Eindrapport 2013. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • T. Janssen, A.J. Steijn & L. den Dulk (2011). HRM, HRM uitkomsten en onderwijsopbrengsten De strategische HRM fit en de interne fit van HRM op basisscholen en de relatie met onderwijsopbrengsten. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, RISBO & GION
  • B. Vermeeren, L. den Dulk & A.J. Steijn (2011). Het nieuwe werken bij de overheid. Openbaar Bestuur, 21, 10-14.
  • T. Janssen, A.J. Steijn & L. den Dulk (2010). `HRM op basisscholen en de fit tussen besturen en schoolleiders¿. In opdracht van Beleidsgericht Onderzoek Primair Onderwijs. Educational Governance, themaproject 2: HRM, HRM uitkomsten en onderwijs opbrengsten. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, RISBO & GION
  • T. van der Lippe, L. den Dulk, A. van Doorne-Huiskes, J. Schippers, L. Lne & M. Bäck-Wiklund (2009). Final report: Quality of life in a changing Europe, Report for the 6th framework project Quality of work and life in a changing Europe. (Extern rapport). Utrecht: Utrecht University
  • L. den Dulk & S. Spenkelink (2009). Werkgevers en de afstemming tussen werk en gezin. (Extern rapport). Utrecht: Utrecht University
  • T. van der Lippe, L. den Dulk, A. van Doorne-Huiskes, J. Schippers, J. Lane & M. Bäck-Wiklund (2009). Final Report Quality of Life in a Changing Europe. (Extern rapport, Deliverable of EU-project Quality). Utrecht: Utrecht University
  • L. den Dulk & T. van der Lippe (2009). Quality of life and work in a changing Europe: a comparative analysis. Report for the 6th framework project Quality of work and life in a changing Europe. (Extern rapport). Utrecht University: Utrecht
  • L. den Dulk & S. Spenkelink (2009). Werkgevers en de afstemming tussen werk en gezin. State of the art paper in opdracht van het Ministerie van Jeugd en Gezin. (Extern rapport). Utrecht: Utrecht University
  • L. den Dulk & T. van der Lippe (2009). Quality of work and life in a changing Europe: a comparative analysis. (Extern rapport, Deliverable of EU-project Quality). Utrecht: Utrecht University
  • M.M. van Blitterswijk, L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & A. Peper (2005). Onderzoek naar werkende ouders. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & A. Peper (2004). Introduction. In L. den Dulk, B. Peper & A. van Doorne-Huiskes (Eds.), Literature review: Consolidated Report for the EU Framework 5 study 'Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace (pp. 9-31). Manchester: Research Institute for Health and Social Change, Manchester
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (Ed.). (2004). Literature review: Consolidated Report for the EU Framework 5 study 'Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace. Manchester: Research Institute for Health and Social Change
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2004). Case Study Report: the Netherlands. (Extern rapport). Manchester: RIHSC
  • L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & A. Peper (2004). The Netherlands. In L. den Dulk, B. Peper & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (Eds.), Literature review: Consolidated Report for the EU Framework 5 study 'Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace (pp. 59-86). Manchester: Research Institute for Health and Social Change, Manchester
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk & C. Hoeven (2004). De balans tussen werk en prive bij Bank.NL Company Report. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam/ Utrecht: Erasmus universiteit Rotterdam/ universiteit Utrecht
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2004). Good Practice report: the Netherlands. (Extern rapport). Manchester: RIHSC
  • L. den Dulk, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & A. Peper (2004). Epilogue. In L. den Dulk, B. Peper & J. Doorne-Huiskes (Eds.), Literature review: Consolidated Report for the EU Framework 5 study 'Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace (pp. 229-231). Manchester: Research Institute for Health and Social Change, Manchester
  • J. Huiskes, L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2003). Literature Review, The Netherlands National Report. Summary on website Transition project (EC-Project Transitions, project No (3) SERD-2002-00075. (Extern rapport). :
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper & J.M.P. de Ruyter (2002). Eerste overzicht onderzoeksresultaten FINCOM. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: EUR, FSW, capgroep Emancipatieonderzoek/Vrouwenstudies
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper, J.M.P. de Ruyter & J. Huiskes (2002). Life Balance bij FINCOM Nederland. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: EUR, FSW, capgroep Emancipatieonderzoek/Vrouwenstudies
  • L. den Dulk (1995). Arbeid-zorgarrangementen en de arbeidsmarktpositie van vrouwen in de Europese Gemeenschap. In R. Kloosterman (Ed.), Werkdocumenten I, AWSB Conferentie Onderzoeksthema 1995, het sociaal minimum in het licht van de Europese integratie. Utrecht: xx
  • T. Janssen, B. Vermeeren, A.J. Steijn & L. den Dulk (2015). Leadership style, HRM and performance in Dutch primary education. EGPA conference: Toulouse, France (2015, augustus 26 - 2015, augustus 28).
  • S.M. Groeneveld & L. den Dulk (2013). Gendered pathways to professorship. The role of status characteristics and performance expectations. HRM Network conference: Leuven, Belgium (2013, november 14 - 2013, november 15).
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk & C.L. ter Hoeven (2013, juli 19). The effect of flexible work arrangements on employee wellbeing: a longitudinal case study. Sydney, Australia, Fifth International Community, Work & Family conference.
  • S.M. Groeneveld, L. den Dulk, A.J. Steijn & B. Bronkhorst (2011). Why do men and women work in the public sector? Gender dimensions of public sector motivation. EGPA Conference: Bucharest, Romania (2011, september 7 - 2011, september 10).
  • L. den Dulk & S.M. Groeneveld (2011). State and Workplace Work-Life Balance Support in Europe: Comparing the Public and Private Sector. NIG Annual Work Conference: Rotterdam (2011, december 1 - 2011, december 2).
  • L. den Dulk & S.M. Groeneveld (2010). Work-Life balance Support in the Public Sector in Europe. NIG Annual Work Conference: Maastricht (2010, november 25 - 2010, november 26).
  • L. den Dulk, N.C. Sadar, J. van Doorne-Huiskes, S. Lewis, A. Peper & J. Smithson (2007). Work, family and managerial attitudes and practices in the European workplace: comparing Dutch, British and Slovenian financial sector managers. Community, Work and Family II International Conference "Making the Connections in a Global Context ": Lissabon, Portugal (2007, april 12 - 2007, april 14).
  • L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2007). Managing work-life policies in the European workplace: explorations for future research. RECWOWE: Warsaw, Poland (2007, juni 12 - 2007, juni 16).
  • A. Peper, L. den Dulk & J. van Doorne-Huiskes (2006). A sense of entitlement towards work/family policies: The case of a Dutch financial sector corporation. CRITEOS: Lissabon (2006, november 23 - 2006, november 25).
  • A. Peper & L. den Dulk (2006). Werkende ouders en hun werk/prive-balans: Het gebruik van arbeid/zorgvoorzieningen in drie financiele sector organisaties. NSV Dag van de sociologie: Tilburg (2006, juni 8).
  • L. den Dulk, A. Peper, J. Smithson, S. Lewis & N. Cernigoj Sadar (2005). Work, family and managerial attitudes and practices in the European workplace: comparing Dutch, British and Slovenian financial sector managers (a first analysis). Gender Work & Organization conference: Keele University, UK (2005, juni 22 - 2005, juni 24).
  • L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2005). Working parents and the utilisation of work/life policies: Case studies in the financial sector in the Netherlands. Community, Work and Family conference "Change and Transformation": Manchester, UK (2005, maart 16 - 2005, maart 18).
  • A. Peper, J. van Doorne-Huiskes & L. den Dulk (2004). Work, Family and Transitions into Parenthood: A Research Agenda for the Coming Years. ESRC Workshop Employment and the Family. City University London: Londen (2004, april 22).
  • A. Peper, S. Lewis & L. den Dulk (2004). Reconciling work and parenthood in the new European work place: The role of colleagues. International Conference Work-Life Balance across the Life Course: Edinburgh (2004, juni 30).
  • J. Dikkers, L. den Dulk, S. Geurts & A. Peper (2003). Work-Family Culture in Two Organizations in The Netherlands. Third Conference of the European Academy of Management: Milaan (2003, april 3).
  • A. Peper & L. den Dulk (2003). Dutch Working Parents and the Utilisation of Work/Life Policies: Two Case Studies in the Financial Sector. 6th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Ageing Societies, New Sociology: Murcia (2003, september 23).
  • L. den Dulk & A. Peper The Dutch Situation: Work-Family Issues in the Netherlands. Sloan Research Network Newsletter, pp. 1-1.
  • L. den Dulk (2001). Familiy Friendly Employers in Different Welfare State Contexts. 5th ESA European Conference of Sociology: Helsinki (2001, augustus 28).
  • L. den Dulk & A. Peper (2001). Flexibility: Opportunities for the combination of Work and Family Life? Rethinkong Gender, Work and Organisation: Keele University, UK (2001, juni 27).
  • L. den Dulk & S. Lewis (2000). Work-Family Arrangements in the UK and the Netherlands. Conference: "Work and Family: Expanding the Horizons: San Francisco (2000, maart 3).
  • L. den DulkAn international comparison of work-family arrangements. Utrecht, Paper gepresenteerd tijdens MIVO conferentie, AWSB.
  • L. den Dulk (1998, mei 13). Work-family arrangements in organisations: an international comparison. Utrecht, Paper gepresenteerd tijdens de internationale workshop Women's Employment in an Comparative Respect.
  • L. den Dulk & C.L.H.S. Remery (1996, april 11). Arbeid-zorgarrangementen: het beleid van de overheid en van arbeidsorganisaties ten aanzien van de combinatie betaalde arbeid en zorgtaken. Amsterdam, 7e Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Studiedagen.
  • L. den Dulk & C.L.H.S. Remery (1996, april 11). Arbeid-zorgarrangementen: het beleid van de onverheid en van arbeidsorganisaties ten aanzien van de combinatie betaalde arbeid en zorgtaken. Amsterdam, 7e Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Studiedagen.

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