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Viola Angelini appointed to Supervisory Board of ODISSEI

30 November 2022
Professor Viola Angelini
Professor Viola Angelini

Effectively immediately, Professor Viola Angelini is a new member of the Supervisory Board of ODISSEI. She will represent all schools of economics and business in the Netherlands and is the successor of Professor Arthur van Soest (University of Tilburg) in the board.

ODISSEI (Open Data Infrastructure for Social Science and Economic Innovations) is the national research infrastructure for the social sciences in the Netherlands. ODISSEI brings together researchers with the necessary data, expertise and resources to conduct ground-breaking research and embrace the computational turn in social enquiry.

Angelini is excited to join the supervisory board: “ODISSEI is extremely important to many of our researchers as it is the main data infrastructure for the social sciences in the Netherlands, facilitating both disciplinary and interdisciplinary research.”

For more information, please contact Viola Angelini.

Last modified:30 January 2023 11.32 a.m.

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