NCLC staff member
Eline Scheper is the Netherlands China Law Centre's Research and Administrative Assistant.
Eline Scheper obtained her MA degree in China Studies (Sinology) at Leiden University in 2006. Prior to her studies as well as during her studies, Eline lived in Taipei (Taiwan) as well as Beijing (PRC).
During the end of her studies she performed a Sales and Marketing traineeship at China Southern Airlines Amsterdam Office, after which she worked for China Southern for about 5 years.
While working parttime at the NCLC, Eline went back to school and studied Psychology at the University of Amsterdam from 2009 until 2013, upon which she obtained her BSc in (Neuro)Psychology.
Since 2014 she has been working at IDA Foundation, a not-for-profit organization in the medical sector, while continuing her work for the NCLC.
NCLC work-related interests:
- Dutch and Chinese companies, law firms and organizations dealing with Chinese law
- Chinese environmental law
- Related or non-related to China: Social psychology linked to legal topics such as morality (incl. legal ethics), obedience, compliance and enforcement
- Related or non-related to China: Neurolaw (due to a specialization in Neuropsychology)
- Interdisciplinary research
Working days at UvA since 2014: Mondays (only)