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Jan Hornix

 


Jan Hornix, research officer, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

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Research Officer
Short biography 

Jan obtained his master’s degree in Modern and Contemporary History at Radboud University in 2020. During his studies he focused on social-economic and demographic history. His thesis explored the subject of cause-specific infant mortality in the Groningen peat area. After graduation, Jan worked as a research assistant at the Historical Sample of the Netherlands at the International Institute of Social History. Jan will support the research team by collecting and managing historical data from institutions for collective action, helping with data analysis, and performing administrative, communicative and organisational tasks. Currently he is also working as a guest researcher at Radboud University on the project "Lifting the burden of disease: the modernisation of health in the Netherlands" where he is constructing a database of the sanitary structures of Amsterdam in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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Involved in projects

Building a UNified theory for the development and resilience of Institutions for Collective Action for Europe in the past millennium (UNICA) 
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