I work as Assistant Professor in Sociology at the Univeristy of Groningen, the Netherlands. My main research interests are in the field of organizations and social inequality. I obtained my Masters degree (2009, cum laude) and Phd (2014) in sociology at Utrecht University. My current research concerns the consequences  of organizational change, and in particular adoption of new work and employment practices, for organizational inequality. I am involved in the ERC-financed Sustainable Workforce project, a multi-country investigation of organizational investments in employees in Europe, and the Comparative Organizations and Inequality Network (COIN), a research collaboration studying workplace wage inequality from an international perspective.
I conducted my doctoral research at the Sociology department of Utrecht University between 2009 and 2014 within the project Towards Open Societies about long-term trends in social mobility in Hungary. Between 2009 and 2011, I conducted a large-scale data collection project in Hungary and created a historical micro-level social mobility database from 19th and 20th century marriage records.