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Roland Maas works as a research analyst in the Living Conditions department. He holds a Master (by research) in Sociology (Université de Nancy 2). In January 2021, he started his PhD project, funded by the Fonds National de Recherche (FNR) within the AFR funding scheme, at the Université de Savoie Mont-Blanc and the Université du Luxembourg (co-supervision) with the working title: Social suffering, ‘lifeworlds’ and agency of social assistance beneficiaries in Luxembourg on a part-time basis.
His research interests focus on social exclusion/inclusion processes, professional integration of early school leavers and social assistance beneficiaries, and Luxembourg's industrial relations system.
He participated in several research and social policy projects at the EU and national level on homelessness, social and professional integration of guaranteed minimum income beneficiaries, school dropout, employment policies as well as industrial relations.
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Évaluation intermédiaire des résultats de la réforme du congé parental de 2016: Projet financé par le Ministère de la Famille, de l’Intégration et à la Grande RégionValentova, M., Amjahad, A., Genevois, A-S., Leduc, K. & Maas, R., Feb 2020, Esch-sur-Alzette: LISER. 266 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned reportOpen Access
Activated and included? The social inclusion of social assistance beneficiaries engaged in “public works”Girardi, S., Pulignano, V. (ed.) & Maas, R., 9 Sep 2019, In: International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 39, 9/10, p. 738-751 14 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Le temps de travail, l'emploi, la formation et l'égalité des genres dans les conventions collectives de travail en 2005 et 2006Maas, R., Blond-Hanten, C. & Robert, F., 2012, CEPS/INSTEAD. 166 p. (Rapports)
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen AccessFile17 Downloads (Pure)
Fleury, C., Maas, R. & Thomas, A., 2011, CEPS/INSTEAD, 92 p. (Working Papers; no. 2011-63).
Research output: Working paperOpen AccessFile27 Downloads (Pure)