Sander van ‘t Foort is a research fellow and PhD candidate at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. His PhD concentrates on the effectiveness of so-called National Contact Points of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development. Other research activities relate to natural capital, working conditions in global supply chains and green finance. 
Sander studied business administration and constitutional and administrative law (cum laude).  During his study period, he followed various honour programs such as the Young Leaders League and Excellent Master Track. He worked as an intern at, amongst others, the United Nations in New York and was a national board member of a political youth organization.
Sander regularly publishes articles on CSR and sustainability within corporate law and environmental law.

Other positions

In addition to his activities at Nyenrode, Sander is coordinator at Worldconnectors, a network organization founded by former Dutch prime minister Ruud Lubbers. In 2018, Sander was appointed as alderman (wethouder) in his home town.

Recent publications

S. van ’t Foort, J. Lagziel, V. IJzerman and T.E. Lambooy, The Legitimacy of Final Statements and Reports of National Contact Points: An Empirical Analysis of (Final) Statements and Reports of the UK, US and Dutch National Contact Point of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2001-2016), Corporate Mediation Journal, Issue 2 2017.

S. van ’t Foort, De Unieke Schadevergoedingszaak van Heineken, Tijdschrift Conflicthantering, Jaargang 12, Nummer 6.

S. van ’t Foort, The History of National Contact Points and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, Journal of the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Rg 25 2017.