Fotograaf: Lotte Scheeren

mw. L. (Lotte) Scheeren


  • Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
    Programmagroep: Institutions, Inequalities and Life courses
  • Bezoekadres
    REC BC
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Kamernummer: B.6.12
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15508
    1001 NA  Amsterdam
  • L.Scheeren@uva.nl

Lotte Scheeren is a PhD Candidate at the Sociology Department of the University of Amsterdam and is affiliated with the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) and the programme group Institutions, Inequalities and Life courses (IIL). Her research focuses on the extent to which educational institutional structures influence educational outcomes, such as educational attainment or inequalities. Lotte’s research interests include social stratification and inequality, the sociology of education, religion and quantitative methodology.

Lotte holds a Bachelor in Sociology (Utrecht University) and a Research Master's degree in Sociology and Social Research (Utrecht University).   

 

PhD Project: Policy changes, educational outcomes and inequalities in comparative perspective.

This project aims to improve our understanding about the association between educational institutional structures, such as the moment of curricular tracking or centralized testing, and educational attainment as well as educational inequality by social and ethnic background, and gender. Educational systems vary considerably between countries and over time. With this project we, therefore, would like to gain more insight into the answers of questions like: "To what extent are specific educational structures, or combinations of educational structures, connected to higher/lower attainment or inequality?". By specifically focusing on policy changes with regard to educational institutions, this project investigates to what extent changes within these institutions are related to changes within educational outcomes. Moreover, as we have information on several countries over time, we are able to exploit a within-country-across-time design. This in turn allows us to control for unobserved (time-invariant) heterogeneity between countries and general time trends that affected all countries. This PhD project is part of the NWO-VICI project "Between institutions and social mechanisms: education and inequality in comparative perspective".

Supervision: Prof. dr. Herman G. van de Werfhorst and Dr. Thijs Bol

 

 

  • Geen nevenwerkzaamheden

contactgegevens bewerken bewerk tabbladen