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Godfried Engbersen is Professor of Sociology.
He is an elected member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences (KNAW) and an elected member of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR).

Before, he worked at the universities of Leiden (Ph.D. University of Leiden, 1990), Amsterdam and Utrecht, and as a visiting professor at the Centre of Western European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley (spring 1996).

His research programme focuses on social inequality and international migration. In 2012, together with Erik Snel, he founded the knowledge lab for ‘Liveable neighbourhoods’ [Leefbare wijken]: a partnership between the city of Rotterdam and Erasmus University where local knowledge is produced and exchanged.

You can view Godfried Engbersen's Google Scholar profile here.

For more information about his work visit his personal website.

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1 Jan 195031 Dec 1997


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