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Corinne Boter studied socio-economic history in Amsterdam where she specialized in Dutch, early modern history. Her BA-thesis considered wages of domestic servants in eighteenth century Amsterdam. For her MA-thesis she investigated the wages of employees of the Burgher Orphanage in Amsterdam 1600-1800. After finishing her MA, she studied to be a teacher in history and she received her teaching degree in 2012. Hereafter, she worked at a high school in Amsterdam for half a year. In 2013 she started her PhD at the Wageningen University and Research Centre. She is working on household labour relations in the Netherlands in the period 1830-1930.