Bram Lancee

Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Amsterdam

About me

I am Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Amsterdam, where  I am also director of the Programme Group Institutions, Inequalities and Life courses. I am the Principal Investigator in the Vidi project ‘Bringing the context back in: How national institutions and organizations shape ethnic discrimination in the labour market’ funded by The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and Principal Investigator of the GEMM Study, a cross-national harmonised field experiment on hiring discrimination, funded by the European Commission. Previously, I held positions at Utrecht University and the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. I obtained my PhD at the European University Institutein Florence, Italy (2010). My academic interests include ethnic inequality in the labour market, discrimination, social capital and social participation, attitudes towards immigrants and quantitative research methods.
Career

Training, experience, management and leadership. Resume

Projects

Recent projects include field experiments and survey experiments on ethnic discrimination. Projects

Publications

My work is published in peer reviewed journal articles and books with academic publishers. Publications Citations

Personal Info

Name:

Dr. Bram Lancee

Country:

The Netherlands