Jesper Rözer


I am a sociologist and I am currently employed as a senior researcher/program manager Urban Social Work at The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA)

My research agenda focusses on the intersection of the labor market, the educational system, social networks, inequality, and health. To study these topics I am relying on quantitative methods.

My personal goal is to better understand the causes and consequences of social inequalities to provide tools to better handle it and to help create an atmosphere of mutual respect in which status plays a smaller role for people’s health and well-being.

Use the menu above to find my cv and the things that I have done in the past. By clicking on the publications you can find more information about them, such as a link to the website of the journal, a pdf of the publication, and replication files for my recent articles. Feel free to contact me should you have any questions.


The future of work

One of the things I am interested in is the future of work. I presented my work, among others, for policy makers in the webinar 'the future of work' from the Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP). Below you can find a video of my interview (in Dutch). Click here to see the complete webinar.