Prof.Dr. R.E. (Rolph) van der Hoeven

Rolph van der Hoeven
International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Rolph van der Hoeven, PhD, Free University of Amsterdam is Professor of Employment and Development Economics at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague and member of the Internationa Advisory Council (AIV) of the Dutch Government.

Previously, he was Director of ILO’s Policy Coherence Group, Manager of the Technical Secretariat of the World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization in Geneva , Chief Economist of UNICEF in New York and policy analyst for the ILO in Ethiopia and Zambia.

His work concentrates on issues of employment, inequality and economic reform, topics on which he has published extensively.

  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2014). Full Employment Target: What Lessons for a Post-2015 Development Agenda? Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 161-175. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19452829.2014.883370
  • M. Grimm, R.E. van der Hoeven, J. Lay & F. Roubaud (2012). Neubewertung des informellen Sektors und Unternehmertums in Sub-Sahara-Afrika. Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung, 81 (3), 69-83. doi: 10.3790/vjh.81.3.69
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). De financiële mondialisering moet worden bijgestuurd. Socialisme en Democratie, 68 (9-10), 39-47.
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2010). Employment, Inequality and Globalization: A Continuous Concern. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 11 (1), 1-9.
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2010). Income Inequality and Employment Revisited: Can One Make Sense of Economic Policy? Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 11 (1), 67-84.
  • R.E. van der Hoeven, C. Blouin & M. Chopra (2009). Trade and the social determinants of Health. The Lancet (Electronic Version).
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2008). Alice Amsden: interviewd by Rolph van der Hoeven. Development and Change, 39 (6), 1091-1099. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-7660.2008.00521.x
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2005). What is the scope for Public Policies on Redistribution and Poverty Reduction for Developing Countries in a Globalizing World ? Bulletin de la Société d'Etudes Economiques et Sociales, 63 (4), 57-70.
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2004). The social dimension of Globalization: A review of the Literature. International Labour Review, 143 (1-2), 7-43. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1564-913X.2004.tb00545.x
  • P.A.G. van Bergeijk, A. de Haan & R.E. van der Hoeven (Ed.). (2011). The financial crisis and developing countries : a global multidisciplinary perspective. Cheltenham [etc.]: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). Employment, Inequality and Globalization: A continuous Concern. London: Routledge
  • A. Shorrocks & R.E. van der Hoeven (Ed.). (2004). Growth, Inequality, and Poverty Prospects for Pro-poor Economic Development (WIDER Studies in Development Economics). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & A. Shorrocks (Ed.). (2003). Perspectives on Growth and Poverty. Tokyo: United Nations University Pres (UNU)
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & F. van der Kraaij (Ed.). (1994). Structural adjustment and beyond. London: James Currey
  • P.A.G. van Bergeijk & R.E. van der Hoeven (2017). The challenge to reduce income inequality (introduction and overview). In P.A.G. van Bergeijk & R.E. van der Hoeven (Eds.), Sustainable development goals and income inequality (pp. 1-19). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2017). Can the SDGs stem rising income inequality in the world? In P.A.G. van Bergeijk & R.E. van der Hoeven (Eds.), Sustainable development goals and income inequality (pp. 192-218). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2014). Employment, Poverty, and Development: Do We Have the Priorities Right? In G.A. Cornia & F. Stewart (Eds.), Towards Human Development: New Approaches to Macroeconomics and Inequality (pp. 148-171). Oxford University Press
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2012). (Financial) globalization and work. In Trade and Development Report, 1981–2011: Three Decades of Thinking Development (pp. 79-85). Geneva: UNCTAD
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & M. Lübker (2011). Employment in the South? In S.M. Murshed, P. Goulart & L.A. Serino (Eds.), South-South Globalization (pp. 78-101). London: Routledge
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). Income Inequality and Employment Revisited: Can One Make Sense of Economic Policy? In R. van der Hoeven (Ed.), Employment, Inequality and Globalization : A continuous Concern (pp. 65-83). London: Routledge
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). Introduction: Employment, Inequality and Globalization: A continuous Concern. In R. van der Hoeven (Ed.), Employment, Inequality and Globalization: A continuous Concern (pp. 1-9). London: Routledge
  • P.A.G. van Bergeijk, A. de Haan & R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). Introduction: Crisis? What Crisis? For Whom? In P.A.G. van Bergeijk, A. de Haan & R. van der Hoeven (Eds.), The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries. A Global Multilateral Perspective (pp. 1-19). Abingdon: Edward Elgar
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). Financial Globalization, Current Crisis and Labour in developing Countries. In P.A.G. van Bergeijk, A. de Haan & R. van der Hoeven (Eds.), The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries. A Global Multilateral Perspective (pp. 127-145). Abingdon: Edward Elgar
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2011). An Afterword: Impressions and Suggestions for a Way Forward. In T. Novitz & D. Mangan (Eds.), The Role of Labour Standards in Development: Theory in Practice (pp. 243-249). OUP/British Academy
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2010). Policy Coherence: the Newest Fad in the International Discourse? In P. Hoebink (Ed.), European Development Cooperation: in Between the Local and the Global (pp. 25-46). Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam University Press
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2009). Inequality. In J Peil & I van Staveren (Eds.), Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Edward Elgar
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & M. Lübker (2007). Financial Openness and Employment: The Need for Coherent International and National Policies. In J.A. Ocampo & K.S. Jomo (Eds.), Towards Full and Decent Employment (pp. 22-53). London: Orient Longman; Zed Books
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2006). Welfare State, Redistribution, Growth and Poverty Reduction. In G. Kochendörfer-Lucius & B. Pleskovic (Eds.), Equity and Development (Berlin Workshop Series 2006) (pp. 149-162). Bonn; Washington DC: INWENT; World Bank
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & H. Hoppe (2005). Employment impacts of Privatization. In E.U. von Weizsacker, O.R. Young & M. Finger (Eds.), Limits to Privatization: How to Avoid Too Much of a Good Thing - A Report to the Club of Rome (pp. 267-270). London: Earthscan
  • A. Shorrocks & R.E. van der Hoeven (2004). Introduction. In A. Shorrocks & R. van der Hoeven (Eds.), Growth, Inequality, and Poverty: Prospects for Pro-poor Economic Development (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) (pp. 1-12). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & C. Saget (2004). Labour Market Institutions and Income Inequality: What are the insights after the Washington Consensus? In G.A. Cornia (Ed.), Inequality, Growth, and Poverty in an Era of Liberalization and Globalization (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) (pp. 197-220). OPxford: Oxford University Press
  • H. Dagdeviren, R.E. van der Hoeven & J. Weeks (2004). Redistribution Does Matter: Growth and Redistribution for Poverty Reduction. In A. Shorrocks & R. van der Hoeven (Eds.), Growth, Inequality, and Poverty: Prospects for Pro-poor Economic Development (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) (pp. 125-153). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • R.E. van der Hoeven & A. Shorrocks (2003). Preface. In R.E. Hoeven & A. Shorrocks (Eds.), Perspectives on Growth and Poverty (pp. xix-xxvi). Tokyo: United Nations University Press (UNU)
  • R.E. van der Hoeven (2002). Poverty and Structural Adjustment: Some Remarks on Trade-offs Between Equity and Growth. In A. Booth & P. Mosley (Eds.), The New Poverty Strategies What Have They Achieved? What Have We Learned? (pp. 60-87) Basingstoke UK: Palgrave Macmillan

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