Unethical social scientific research may negatively impact a society’s trust in our scholarly field. In a recent case of fraudulent research practice the discipline of anthropology, incorrectly, got the blame. This is part three of our impact blog series.
“Highly-skilled migration” in the Netherlands is a largely male affair. This is especially true for Indians who make up the largest group of “highly-skilled” migrants to the country. This blog examines why many of the Indian “expat wives” stay unemployed.
Over two decades have passed since Croatia embarked upon a transition towards a market economy. Even though it is the EU’s most recent member, rural regions continue to struggle with economic precarity.
In the Netherlands healthcare is organized by a regulated insurance market. This combination of state and market creates tensions that are explored in this short film, in which psychotherapists reflect on their difficult position in the system.