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Marion Collewet is a PhD candidate at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) at Maastricht University. She holds an MSc in Economic and Social Policy Analysis from the University of York (U.K.). Before joining ROA, she worked as a junior researcher at SEOR (Erasmus University Rotterdam), where she conducted contract research about labour market and social policy for Dutch and European public institutions. Her main research interests are labour economics, working time, endogenous preferences and the definition of well-being in economics. Her current research focuses on the link between part-time work and happiness and the influence of the social context.
Collewet, M. (2012). Economics, consumerism, and the definition of well-being : the comeback of the trade-off between science and ethics, presented at the Conference ‘Well-being in Contemporary Society’, 26-27 July 2012.
Collewet, M. (2012). What’s wrong with paternalism? Definition of well-being, use of psychology and paternalism in economics. Paper for the Scitovsky Conference, 26-27 June 2012.
Collewet, M. & J. de Koning (2011). Working time and happiness in Dutch panel data. Paper for the European Association of Labour Economists Conference in September 2011.
Collewet, M. & J. de Koning (2011). Hoe veel werken is gezond? (How much work is healthy?). Paper for the Dutch Labour Market Day, October 2011.
Zandvliet, K., T. Berretty, M. Collewet, O. Tanis (2009). Activating potential Intellectual Capital: an effective addition to Active Labour Market Policy in Rotterdam? Paper for the European Conference on Intellectual Capital.
Koning, J. de, M. Collewet, C. Tempelman, T. Berretty, J. Gravesteijn (2010). Gezondheid en arbeidsgerelateerde baten. (Health and work-related benefits). Economisch Statistische Berichten 95(4587).
Collewet, M., J. Gravesteijn, J. de Koning (2010). Diagnose bij re-integratie in zeven landen (Screening tools for re-integration of the unemployed in 7 countries). In: R. Batenburg, P. de Beer, J. Mevissen, K. Tijdens (red.), Arbeid in crisis? Den Haag: Boom Lemma uitgevers.