School of Business and Economics - Chair of Taskforce
Prof. Dr. Carla Haelermans is Professor of Human Capital, Educational Technology and Inequality at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) at the School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Maastricht University. Her main research interests are in education economics, labour economics, technology in education and inequality. She has have done quite some work on the effectiveness of Educational Technology (EdTech), parental involvement in education, efficiency of education, and the effectiveness of education and labour market policies. Furthermore, she is one of two national coordinators of the Netherlands Cohort Study on Education for the Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (NRO; part of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research; NWO), and is the PhD director and a member of the Management team of the Graduate School of Business and Economics.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Faculty of Law
Dr. Mark Kawakami is Assistant Professor of Private Law at Maastricht University Faculty of Law. He is also a researcher for the Dutch Sectorplan on Globalisation and Law, where he is conducting a multidisciplinary inquiry into answering the question of what makes private actors (e.g. corporations) behave in a more pro-social manner.
Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
School of Business and Economics
Prof. dr. Trudie Schils is full Professor in Education Economics at the department of Macro, International and Labour Economics of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE). She is also program manager of the ‘Educatieve Agenda Limburg’, a research-practice partnership in education where partners from all sectors and the regional government work together on educational challenges. In her research she focuses on the role and limitations of the use of tests in education, the role of expectations and social-emotional skills in students’ development, and differences between groups. Starting point in her research is that education can only be improved by good and structural collaboration between educational researchers from various disciplines, educational practitioners, and policymakers.