Marieke Vandeweyer is a senior policy analyst in the OECD Centre for Skills, where she leads the work on Vocational Education and Training (VET).
Since joining the organisation in 2014, she has worked on a range of issues, including skills, activation policies and labour market reforms. She has been actively involved in the OECD’s Getting Skills Right project, analysing the match between skills demand and supply and the responsiveness of adult learning systems to changing skill needs.
Dr Vandeweyer’s current work is related to the future-readiness of VET systems, including comparative analysis of employer engagement in VET, flexibility of provision and higher-level VET programmes.
She holds a MSc in Business Engineering and a MSc in European Politics and Policies, as well as a PhD in Economics from the University of Leuven in Belgium.