NIDI and Tilburg University
Kène Henkens is a sociologist and affiliated with the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) of the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW). He is also professor of Pension Sociology at the faculty of Social Sciences of the Tilburg University. His main research topic covers ageing labour markets, specifically how workers plan and make decisions on retirement and retirement savings, and how employers decide on hiring and firing of older workers. He obtained his PhD at the University of Utrecht in 1998 on the topic of retirement decisions of older workers. He is head of the department of social demography at the NIDI.
Articles by Kène Henkens:
Seven billion people, so why do some fear population decline?
30 October 2011, 10630 reads
Why are the Dutch leaving the Netherlands?
6 October 2008, 46660 reads
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