Leonie Westhoff is an Associate Researcher in the Jobs and Skills Unit at CEPS. Her work focuses on European labour market and social policy, including topics such as the platform economy and skills development and transferability.
She graduated with a BA Philosophy and Economics from University College London and an MSc Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford. Prior to joining CEPS, she worked in labour market research and policy at institutions such as the UK Department for Business and the Centre for Social Investigation and Institute for New Economic Thinking, both at the University of Oxford.
Alongside her work at CEPS, Leonie is an ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods and Clarendon Scholar at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, where she conducts PhD research on atypical employment in Europe.