Peer Scheepers is Professor of Comparative Methodology at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Radboud University Nijmegen. He previously was Endowed Professor of Ethnic Relationships (1994-2002), acted as Director of Scientific Research (2003-2008, and 2011-2015), and became the Faculty’s Vice Dean in 2013. He is an elected member of the KNAW since 2004. From 2002-2006, he served as a National Coordinator on behalf of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research for the European Social Survey. He has successfully supervised 35 PhDs to completion, and currently acts as supervisor to another 7 PhD students. He has published extensively on the subject of comparisons between and explanations for pro- and anti-social behaviors in high-ranking journals. He has a Google scholar index of 55 (over 11.000 citations).



Sociology, Methodology


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4.3. Volunteering for refugees in the Netherlands: Building a common identity


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