Maarten Goos is Full Professor of Economics and Institutions at the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.) Maarten‘s research focuses on various aspects of labor markets including job polarization, the impact of technological progress on labor markets, inequality, matching markets and education economics. His award-winning research is published in numerous academic and professional journals, books and magazines. He is a regular speaker at international conferences in the areas of innovation, productivity, economic growth, labour markets and the ethical, legal, socio-economic and political consequences of ongoing technological progress. He is also a multiple award-winning teacher, and has developed and taught courses on European macroeconomics, economic growth and labour economics at various schools and organizations.
Maarten received his PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE) and held positions at Princeton University, the Centre for Economic Performance at LSE, University College London, Fudan University and the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has collaborated with, among others, the International Labor Organization, the European Commission and the Asian Development Bank.