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- Lecturer and researcher (PhD candidate)
From 2009 to 2013, Robert Hoekstra worked as an attorney at law, mainly in the field of Labour Law and Social Security Law. Since 2013, Robert has been working for Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam as a lecturer and researcher (PhD candidate) in the field of labour and employment law.
Labour and employment law (bachelor’s level), Collective labour law (master’s level), International labour law (ma), bachelor’s and master’s thesis supervisor, coordinator for internships for the labour and employment law master’s specialization.
Robert conducts research in the programme 'Fundamental rights, regulation and responsible government'. His research as a PhD. candidate focuses on the contribution international labour law can provide to the attainment of living wages for all workers worldwide.
Dutch Labour and Employment Law, International Labour Law.
Preferential treatment of union members as saving grace for the system of collective labour law (In Dutch: Bevoordeling vakbondsleden als redding voor het systeem van collectieve arbeidsvoorwaarden, to be published soon).
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VU University Amsterdam
Faculty of Law
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV Amsterdam