M.A.N. van Schadewijk (Matthijs)
PhD candidate - Social Law Division
Matthijs van Schadewijk has been a lecturer and researcher at the department of Social Law since 2017. He coordinates and teaches the Master's courses Work in the 21st Century and Enterprise & Employment. Matthijs conducts research in the field of employment law. He is particularly interested in sustainable employment, cross-border labour, the interface between employment law and corporate law and the interaction between Dutch and European law. Matthijs is currently finishing a PhD on group companies in employment law. Central in his research is the way group companies as economic entities are integrated in employment legislation, which traditionally regulates the contractual, singular relation between employer and employee. Matthijs also supervises Master’s theses in the area of employment law.
Matthijs holds an LL.M degree in both European Law and Dutch Law (cum laude) from Radboud University Nijmegen and in Corporate and Insolvency Law (with distinction) from the Nottingham Law School.
Matthijs is also a member of the education committee of the faculty of law.
- Schadewijk, M.A.N. van (2021). The notion of ‘employer’: Towards a uniform European concept? European Labour Law Journal, 12 (3), 363-386. doi: 10.1177/2031952521991159 Full text
- Schadewijk, M.A.N. van (2021). Werkgeverschap, macht en het Hof van Justitie. In F.G. Laagland (Ed.), Verburg. Geciteerd en besproken. Liber Amicorum prof. mr. L.G. Verburg (Serie onderneming en recht, 124) (pp. 65-76). Deventer: Wolters Kluwer
- Schadewijk, M.A.N. van (2019). Het concern en het ontslagrecht. De Hoge Raad eist maatwerk. Arbeidsrechtelijke Annotaties, 2, 26-49. doi: 10.5553/ArA/156866392019013002002 Full text
(01 January 2018)
Arbeidsrechtelijke Annotaties (ArA)
(01 January 2020)
Jurisprudentie Arbeidsrecht (JAR)
Lid deelredactie Europees arbeidsrecht
(01 October 2020)
Tijdschrift Recht en Arbeid (TRA)
Legal Expert - European Commission Study to identify and assess possible options for updating Council Directive 89/654/EEC and Council Directive 90/270/EEC (EMPL/LUX/2020/OP/0006)
(01 January 2021)
Spark Legal Network