Marco H.D. van Leeuwen is professor of sociology at Utrecht University, and honorary research fellow at the International Institute of  Social History. He studies social inequality and social solidarity worldwide from 1500 to the present. His research on social inequality deals with residential segregation, intergenerational mobility, career mobility and partner choice, using historical international measures of status and class. His research on social solidarity deals with philanthropy, charity, mutual insurance, and ngo’s.

Recent publications include 'Social Mobility in France 1720-1986: Effects of Wars, Revolution and Economic Change', Journal ofSocial History (2016) (with I. Maas, J-P. Pélissier and D. Rébaudo); and  Mutual Insurance 1550-2015. From Guild Welfare and Friendly Societies to Contemporary Micro-Insurers. Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.


History, Sociology


8.2. Flexible employment in 21st century workplaces: the co-evolution of inter-organizational employment networks, flexible employment practices, and workplace cooperative performance


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