Curriculum Vitae

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Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University (September 2014-today)

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies, University of Amsterdam, 2012-2014

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Wake Forest University, 2011-2012

Education

PhD,  Political Science, New School for Social Research, New York City (NY), 2005 – 2012

Dissertation title: Contentious Capital – The Politics of Pension Investment in the United States and Germany, 1974-2003

MA, Political Science (Cum Laude), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2000- 2005

Books

Sijbren Kuiper and Natascha van der Zwan 2016, Nederland Pensioenland. Wat Je Wilt Weten Over Pensioen, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Paul de Beer, Johan De Deken, David Hollanders, Sijbren Kuiper, Wiemer Salverda and Natascha van der Zwan 2015, Keuzevrijheid in Pensioenen. Voor werknemer en werkgever, individueel of collectief?, Amsterdam: Amsterdam Institute for Advanced labor Studies.

Articles

Natascha van der Zwan 2017, “Financialisation and the Pension System: Lessons from the United States and the Netherlands,” Journal of Modern European History Vol. 15, No. 4: 554-578.

Michael McCarthy, Ville-Pekka Sorsa and Natascha van der Zwan 2016, “Investment Preferences and Patient Capital: Financing, Governance and Regulation in Pension Fund Capitalism,” Socio-Economic Review, Vol. 14, No. 4: 751-769. 5-year impact factor: 2.820.

Natascha van der Zwan 2014, “Making Sense of Financialization,” Socio-Economic Review, Vol. 12, No. 1: 99-129.

  • #1 most read paper, #3 most cited paper in Socio-Economic Review (December 2, 2017). 5-year impact factor: 3.324;

Natascha van der Zwan 2013, “(Dis)Owning the Corporation: Three Models of Employee-Shareholder Activism in Germany,” New Political Economy, Vol. 18, No. 1 (February): 89-111.

  • Finalist for the 2010 Graduate Student Paper Award. 5-year impact factor: 1.994;

David Hollanders, Sijbren Kuiper and Natascha van der Zwan 2013, “Beleggingsbeleid en maatschappelijk engagement van pensioenfondsen,” TPE-Digitaal Vol. 7, No. 3: 82-101.

Book Chapters

Natascha van der Zwan 2017, “Buying It: Financialisation through Socialisation,” pp. 57-70 in Valérie Boussard (ed.), Finance at Work, London: Routledge.

Natascha van der Zwan 2016, “Het Pensioenmirakel Ontleed. Functionaliteit en Legitimiteit in het Nederlandse Pensioenstelsel,” pp. 143-166 in Maarten Keune (ed.), Nog Steeds een Mirakel? De Legitimiteit van het Poldermodel in de Eenentwintigste Eeuw, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Maaike Groen and Natascha van der Zwan 2004, “Tussen feit en interpretatie” [Between fact and interpretation], pp. 92-110 in Kees Brants and Philip van Praag, Politiek en Media in Verwarring. De Verkiezingscampagnes in het Lange Jaar 2002 [Politics and media confused. The election campaigns in the long year 2002], Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.

Dissertation

Natascha van der Zwan 2012, Contentious Capital: The Politics of Pension Investment in the United States and Germany, 1974-2003, dissertation, New School for Social Research.

Book Reviews

Natascha van der Zwan 2013, Review of Hyman, Louis, Debtor Nation: The History of America in Red Ink and Krippner, Greta R., Capitalizing on Crisis: The Political Origins of the Rise of Finance and Ott, Julia C., When Wall Street Met Main Street: The Quest for an Investors’ Democracy. H-Business, H-Net Reviews.

Natascha van der Zwan 2009, “More Unequal: Aspects of Class in the United States, by Michael D. Yates (ed.),” Labor History, Volume 50, No. 4 (December): 485-6.

Working Papers

Paul de Beer, Johan De Deken, David Hollanders, Sijbren Kuiper, Wiemer Salverda and Natascha van der Zwan 2014, “Wat levert keuzevrijheid in het pensioenstelsel op?,” AIAS Working Paper 152, Amsterdam: AIAS.

Natascha van der Zwan 2014, “Werkgeverskeuze en Pensioen: Een Institutionele Analyse,” AIAS Working Paper no. 148, Amsterdam: AIAS.

Natascha van der Zwan 2013, “Collectieve zeggenschap in het Nederlandse pensioenstelsel: De Beroepspensioenvereniging,” AIAS Working Paper 128, Amsterdam: AIAS.

Natascha van der Zwan 2005, “Smallcons: Comparing Small and Big Countries“, Work Package 6, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Natascha van der Zwan 2005, “The institutional and historical context,” pp. 20-46 in Uwe Becker (ed.), Smallcons: Comparative Report on the Project Countries’ Socio-Economic Policies and Achievements (Work Package 2), University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Last updated: December 2, 2017.

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