Curriculum vitae Prof. Dr Peter A. G. van Bergeijk (1959)



Dovnload 76.09 Kb.
Datum27.09.2016
Grootte76.09 Kb.
Curriculum vitae Prof. Dr Peter A.G. van Bergeijk (1959)
bergeijk@iss.nl

+ 31 70 426 0517

http://www.petervanbergeijk.org
Present positions


  • Full Professor of International Economics and Macroeconomics at the international Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University, the Netherlands (tenure)

  • Knowledge manager INCLUDE Knowledge platform for inclusive development

  • Director and owner of Imagink & oil (Verbeeldinkt & olie), Nieuw Vennep, the Netherlands

Married (3 daughters)



Date of birth: April 14, 1959 (in Heesch, The Netherlands)
Experience

2009 Full Professor International Economics and Macroeconomics, international Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University, The Netherlands

2013 Knowledge manager INCLUDE Knowledge platform for inclusive development

2014 Board of Examiners international Institute of Social Studies

2011 -2014 Research Programme Leader for Economics of Development and Emerging Markets

2009 -2012 Deputy director of the Research School for Resource Studies for Development (CERES), University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, University of Utrecht (0.2 FTE) (2011-2012 acting director

2006 Chief trade economist International Economics Directorate, Ministry of Economic Affairs and advisor Economic Policy Directorate

2001 Economic Counsel (Raadsadviseur), Dutch Competition Authority NMa

1999 Director UBS Group Economic Research, Zürich, Switzerland

1999 -2001 Visiting Professor Monetary Policy (EIW University of Zurich) (0.2 FTE)

1998 -2004 Professor of Economic Policy in the Research Centre for Economic Policy at Erasmus University Rotterdam (0.2 FTE)

1997 Head Monetary and economic policy department (afdelingsdirecteur), De Nederlandsche Bank NV (Central Bank), Amsterdam

1992 Senior Economist, Economic Policy Directorate, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Hague

1990 Senior Economist, International Economic Relations Directorate, Ministry of Economic Affairs

1988 Assistant Professor International Economics, Groningen University

  1. Economist, ABN Bank NV, Amsterdam



PhDs: Marcel van den Berg (2014) Djalita Fialho (2015)
Professional activities

  • Scientific Steering Committee CAPP, Research Center for Public Administration and Public Policy, Universdade Tecnica de Lisboa Portugal 2009-ongoing

  • RePEc committee on plagiarism, 2011 - ongoing

  • Bureau OECD EPC Working Party 1 2007-2009

  • Steering committee ECN chief competition economists network 2004-2006

  • Fellow Quantitative Network in Economics 1997-2003.

  • Consultancies:

    • OECD on Economy-wide effects of regulatory reform (1997),

    • Foundation for International Development Economics (1988-1990),

    • Evaluatie EIM 1998-1999,

    • Ecorys (2010),

    • Ministry of Finance (2009-2010),

    • Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2011, 2012),

    • Analisten netwerk nationale veiligheid Analists of Network on National Security (2011-..),

    • Ministry of Foreign Trade and Development (2013, 2015, 2016)

    • EU Institute of Strategic Studies Task Force on Economic Sanctions 2015

    • Clingendael (2014, 2015)

  • Guest (co-)editor:

    • De Economist 2011

    • The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 2011

    • The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development 2012

    • Papers in Regional Science 2015

  • International scientific conferences organized:

    • Economic sanctions and the new world order 1992,

    • Economic science: Art or asset 1996,

    • Structural reform in open economies 1997,

    • Simulation Models for Merger Cases: Theory and Practice, 2003,

    • The Gravity Equation or: Why the World is not Flat, 2007

    • Economic diplomacy beyond 2010, 2009

    • A crisis of development? A crisis of Capitalism, The Hague 2009

    • Micro data and international trade and investment, The Hague 2010

    • Firm Heterogeneity and Development Utrecht 2011

    • IIPPE Fourth Annual Conference in Political Economy “Political Economy, Activism and Alternative Economic Strategies”, The Hague 2013,

    • Heterogeneous resilience: what can we learn from the regional impact of shocks, 2014.

    • From past to present to future. Reducing inequality as a global goal, 2015


Key Publications in English

  • The Gravity Model in International Trade: Advances and Applications. Cambridge University Press 2010, (co-edited with Steven Brakman)

  • Top quartile ISI Web of knowledge journals:

    1. A meta-analysis of FDI and productivity spillovers in Developing Countries. Journal of Economic Surveys 2016 ahead of print (With Binyam Demena) impact factor 1.402 rank 78/333 in economics

    2. Macroeconomics of Natural Disasters: Strengths and Weaknesses of Meta-Analysis and Review of Literature, Risk Analysis 2015 35 (6) pp. 1050–1072, (with Sara Lazzaroni). Impact factor 2.50 rank 9/99 in mathematics, interdisciplinary applications

    3. Natural disasters impact, factors of resilience and development:  a meta-analysis of the macroeconomic literature Ecological Economics 2014 107, pp. 333-346 (with Sara Lazzaroni). Impact factor 2.517 rank 33/332 in economics and 14/96 in ecological studies

    4. Potential early phase success and ultimate failure of economic sanctions: A VAR approach with an application to Iran. Journal of Peace Research. 50(6), 721-736. (2013) (With Sajjad F Dizaji). Impact factor: 2.280, rank 5/82 in international relations and 6/156 in political studies.

    5. Economic diplomacy, trade and developing countries, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society), 4 (2): 157-162 (2011) (with Mina Yakop). Impact factor: 1.764 rank: 62/332 in economics and 16/72 in geography

    6. Official Finance Requirements in the l990s, World Development (1991) 19 (5), pp. 497 510 (with Robert Lensink). Impact factor: 1.527, rank: 76/332 in economics and 14/55 in planning & development

    7. International Price Discrimination: The Pharmaceutical Industry, World Development (1986) 16 (9), 1141 50 (With Frederik Schut). Impact factor: 1.527, rank: 76/332 in economics and 14/55 in planning & development


Second quartile ISI Web of knowledge journals


  1. The proliferation of developing country classifications, Journal of Development Studies accepted 2016 (with Djalita Fialho)

  2. Does Economic Diplomacy Work? A Meta-analysis of Its Impact on Trade and Investment, The World Economy ahead of print 2016 (With Selwyn Moons)

  3. Expected Extent and Potential Duration of the World Import Crunch, Kyklos, 2009, 479-487,

  4. Costs and benefits of Merger Control: An applied game theoretic perspective, Kyklos 2006 59 85-98 (with Bas Postema and Marie Goppelsröder)

  5. EMU, the term structure and the Lucas critique Kyklos, 547-556 (with Jan Marc Berk)

  6. The Impact of Economic Sanctions in the 1990s The World Economy (1995) 18 (3), pp. 443-455.

  7. Cartel instability: the case of OPEC Acta Politica (1995) 30 (3), pp. 256-288 (with C. van der Linde).

  8. Endogenous Trade Uncertainty: Why Countries May Specialize Against Comparative Advantage, Regional Science & Urban Economics (1993) 23 (3), pp. 681 94 (with C. van Marrewijk).

  9. Measuring the Speed of the Invisible Hand: The Macro economic Costs of Price Rigidity, Kyklos (1993) 44 (4), pp. 529 44 (with R.C.G. Haffner and P.M. Waasdorp).

  10. The Determinants of Developing Countries Access to the International Capital Market,' Journal of Development Studies (1991) 28 (1), pp. 86 103 (with R. Lensink).

  11. Détènte, Market oriented Reform and German Unification. Potential Consequences for the World Trade System, Kyklos (1990) 43 (4), pp. 599   609 (with H. Oldersma).

  12. Success and Failure of Economic Sanctions, Kyklos 42 (1989) (3), pp. 385 404.


Other Journals in ISI web of knowledge

  1. Bergeijk, P.A.G. van (2015). Visible and invisible walls, Acta Oeconomica 65 (2), 231-247

  2. Afesorgbor, S.K and Bergeijk, P.A.G. van. (2014). Measuring multi-membership in economic integration and its trade-impact. A comparative study of ECOWAS and SADC. South African Journal of Economics.

  3. Heterogeneity and development: an agenda. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development (2013) (With C van Marrewijk)

  4. Firm heterogeneity and development: a meta analysis of FDI productivity spill-overs. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development (2013) (With A.D. Mebratie).

  5. Productivity and Internationalization: A Micro-Data Approach, De Economist (2011) 159: 381-388 (with Fabiene Fortanier, Harry Garretsen, Henri de Groot and Selwyn Moons).

  6. On the alledgedly invisible Dutch construction sector cartel, Journal of Competition Law and Economics 2008 4 (1) 115-128

  7. Did real world per capita income really grow faster in 1870-1913 than in 1973-1992? De Economist 146 (1998), pp 143-170.

  8. Resource misallocation and mark-up ratios: An alternative estimation technique for Harberger triangles Economics Letters (1997) 54 (2), 165-167 (with M.A. van Dijk).

  9. Endogenizing Technological Progress: The MESEMET Model Economic Modelling (1997) 14, 341-367 (with G.H.A. van Hagen, R.A. de Mooij and J. van Sinderen).

  10. Measuring Globalization Journal of World Trade (1997) 31 (3), 159-168 (with N.W. Mensink).

  11. The Accuracy of International Economic Observations, Bulletin of Economic Research (1995) 47 (1), pp. 1-20.

  12. Why do Sanctions Need Time to Work? Adjustment, Learning and Anticipation, Economic Modelling (1995) 12 (2), pp. 75-86, with C. van Marrewijk.

  13. The Economic Consequences of Dutch Politics, De Economist (1994) 142 (4), pp. 497-505 (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  14. Trade, Capital and the Transition in Central Europe, Applied Economics (1993) 25 (July), pp. 891 903 (with R. Lensink).

  15. Not So Con$tant! The Constant Market Share Analysis and the Exchange Rate, De Economist (1993) 141 (4), pp. 380 401 (with H. Oldersma).

  16. Strategic Trade Theory and Trade Policy, Journal of World Trade (1993) 27 (6), pp. 175 86 (with D.L. Kabel).

  17. Diplomatic Barriers to Trade, De Economist (1992) 140 (1), pp. 45 64.

  18. The Potential for an Export oriented Growth Strategy in Central Europe, Journal of World Trade (1992) 26 (4), pp. 47 63 (with H. Oldersma).

  19. International Trade and the Environmental Challenge,' Journal of World Trade (1991) 25 (6), pp. 105 15.

  20. Trade Uncertainty and Specialization: Private Versus Social Planning, De Economist (1990) 137 (1), pp. 15 32 (with C. van Marrewijk).

  21. Giffen Goods and the Subsistence Level, History of Political Economy (1990) 22 (2), pp. 145 148 (with C. van Marrewijk).

  22. The Viability of Commodity Cartels: The Case of Oil, Journal of Economic Education (1989) 20 (4), pp. 364 70.

  23. A Formal Treatment of Threats. A Note on the Economics of Deterrence,' De Economist 135 (1987) (3), 298 315.



Books (ISI web of knowledge publishers)

  1. Earth Economics: An Introduction to Demand Management, Long-Run Growth and Global Economic Governance, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 2013

  2. The financial crisis and developing countries: a global multidisciplinary perspective Edward Elgar 2011 (co-edited with Rolph van der Hoeven and Arjan de Haan

  3. Economic Diplomacy: Economic and Political Perspectives, Brill, 2011 (co-edited with Jan Melissen and Maaike Okono-Heijmans).

  4. On the Brink of Deglobalization An Alternative Perspective on the Causes of the World Trade Collapse Edward Elgar, 2010.

  5. Economic Diplomacy and the Geography of International Trade Edward Elgar: Cheltenham 2009

  6. Modelling European Mergers: Theory, Competition Policy and Case Studies Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2005 (co-edited with E.J. Kloosterhuis)

  7. The Economics of the Euro Area, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2000, (co-edited with R.J. Berndsen and W. Jos Jansen) 2000

  8. Structural Reform in Open Economies: A Road to Success?, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 1999 (co-edited with J. van Sinderen and B.A. Vollaard)

  9. Economic Science and Practice: The Roles of Academic Economists and Policy-makers, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 1997 (co-edited with A.L. Bovenberg, E.E.C. van Damme and J. van Sinderen).

  10. Deregulation, Privatization and the Macroeconomy, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 1996 (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  11. Economic Diplomacy, Trade and Commercial Policy, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 1994.


Peer reviewed articles (not in ISI journals), book chapters and contributions.


  1. How the Tortoise became a Hare: On the initial sclerosis and ultimate modernization of Dutch competition policy, in Cartel registers, Routledge, in Print (with Lilian Petit and Jarig van Sinderen)

  2. Developing social impact requires the research agenda to move beyond conventional academic boundaries.( with Shyamika Jayasundara-Smits and Linda Johnson) LSE Impact of social sciences blog 20 November 2014

  3. The return of the Cold Trade War? Voxeu, 06 November 2014

  4. Russia’s tit for tat Voxeu 25 April 2014

  5. Could Iranian sanctions work? ‘yes’ and ‘no’, but not ‘perhaps’ Voxeu 01 June 2013

  6. Exports, government size and economic growth: Evidence from Iran as a developing oil export bases economy. International Journal of Humanities of the Islamic Republic of Iran (2013) (With S.D. Faraji, N. H. Nasab., R. Najarzadeh, & A. Assari, A.

  7. Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, The World Trade Collapse and International Value Chains: A Cross-Country Perspective" International Economic Journal (2012) 27(1), 41-53

  8. ‘The Geography of Trade and the Network Effects of Economic Diplomacy in the South’, in: Mansoob Murshed, Pedro Goulart and Leandro A. Serino (eds) South-South Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities for Development, Routledge 2011, pp. 172-193 (with Marie-Lise van Veenstra and Mina Yakop)

  9. “Economic Diplomacy: The Issues”, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 2011, pp. 1 – 6 (with Jan Melissen and Maaike Okano)

  10. The Economic Effectiveness of Diplomat Representation: An Economic Analysis of its Contribution to Bilateral Trade', The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 2011, pp. 101-120 (with Henri de Groot and Mina Yakop).

  11. This time it’s different: Learning from world trade collapses’, Vox.EU.org, March 22, 2011, node/6258

  12. ‘Meeting China’s competition’, in: H. Don, J. de Keijzer, E. Lamboo, M. van Oers and J. van Sinderen (eds), The Art of Supervision, The Hague, 2011, pp. 97-118 (with Pierrette Gaasbeek).

  13. ‘Crisis? What Crisis? For Whom’ in P.A.G. van Bergeijk, R. van der Hoeven and A. de Haan (eds), The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries: A Global Multi-disciplinary Perspective, Edward Elgar, 2011, pp. 1-19. (with Rolph van der Hoeven and Arjan de Haan).

  14. ‘The financial crisis, the import collapse and the developing countries’, DevISSues, 12 (2) 2010, pp. 4-5.

  15. ‘The Comeback of the Gravity Model’ (2010), in: P.A.G. van Bergeijk and S. Brakman eds, The gravity equation in international trade, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-26 (with Steven Brakman).

  16. "What could antitrust in the OECD mean for development?" in P.A. Kalbfleisch e.a. (red.) De blijvende uitdaging (2009) NMa, Den Haag,

  17. The World Trade Collapse and International Value Chains: A Cross-Country Perspective" International Economic Journal (2012)

  18. Failure and success of economic sanctions. London: CEPR/Voxeu. (available: 27 mar 2012).

  19. Economic diplomacy and economic security in C. Costa (ed.) New frontiers of economic diplomacy Lisboa 2008 (in print; with Selwyn Moons).

  20. Competition Policy, Networks and the New Economy, in R.W. Künneke et al (eds), Institutional Reform, Regulation and Privatization, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2006, 67-86 (with Erik Kloosterhuis)

  21. Models and macroeconomic policy in the Netherlands' in: M. Morgan and F.A.G. den Butter (eds) Empirical Models and policy Making: Interactions and Institutions, Routledge (2000, with J. van Sinderen)

  22. On the information content of the yieldcurve, ECB Working Paper 11 (2000) with J.M. Berk)

  23. Is the yieldcurve a useful information variable for the Eurosystem?, Kredit und Kapital (2000) 34, 28-47 (with J.M. Berk).

  24. Inflation reconsidered, in Cecchetti, S., Genberg, H., Lipsky, J., Wadhwani,S., 2000, Asset Prices and Central Bank Policy, Geneva Reports on the World Economy 2.

  25. An international analysis of the state of competition, in S. Brakman et al. (eds.), Market behaviour and economic modelling, Macmillan, 1999 (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  26. Economic sanctions; Why do they fail; why do they succeed, in: W. van Genugten and G.A. de Groot (eds), United Nations Sanctions, Intersentia, Antwerpen, (1999) pp. 97-112

  27. Regulatory reform in the Netherlands, Macroeconomic consequences and industry effects, Onderzoeksreeks directie Marktwerking (1997) (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  28. The Significance of Political and Cultural Factors for International Economic Relations in: C.J. Jepma and A.P. Rhoen (eds), International Trade; A business perspective, Longman: Essex, 1996, pp. 195-212.

  29. The Oil Embargo and the Intellectual: The academic debate on economic sanctions against South Africa, in: Shipping Research Bureau (ed.), Oil Sanctions Against South Africa: The Full Story, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, 1995, pp. 338-345

  30. Requirements of Policy-makers, in: Z. Kenessey (ed.), The Future of Statistics: An International Perspective: ISI Studies and Publishing Center: Voorburg, 1995, pp. 237-251 (with J.E. Andriessen and J. van Sinderen).

  31. Economic Policy, Technology and Growth Beleidsstudies Technologie Economie 30, Den Haag, 1995. (with M.A. van Dijk, R.C.G. Haffner, G.H.A. van Hagen, R.A. de Mooij and P.M. Waasdorp).

  32. The Effectivity of Economic Sanctions: Illusion or Reality, Peace Science, Peace Economics and Public Policy (1994) 2 (1), pp. 24-35

  33. Economic Sanctions: A Hidden Cost of the New World Order, in: M. Chatterji, H. Jager and A. Rima (eds), Economics of International Security: Essays in Honor of Jan Tinbergen, Macmillan: London, 1994, pp. 168-182 (with C. van Marrewijk).

  34. European Economic Integration: A Force Against Nationalism, Current Politics and Economics of Europe (1994) 4 (4), pp. 269-282 (with J. van Sinderen).


Non refereed

  1. Economic Science: An Art or an Asset? The Case of the Netherlands OCFEB: Rotterdam, 1997 (co-edited with A.L. Bovenberg, E.E.C. van Damme and J. van Sinderen).

  2. A Wealth of Creations: A catalogue of an exceptional exhibition, Utrecht School of Economics, Utrecht 2007 (co-edited with Gerrit Faber en Norine Maniran)

  3. Antidotes from the dismal science (co-edited with Philip Hans Franses), Erasmus Gallery and ISS, Rotterdam and The Hague 2009

  4. Do we ever learn? Liber amoricum in remembrance of Karel Jansen (co-edited with Annet van Geen), ISS: The Hague 2012

  5. Would a university still forbid Erasmian satire today? The humourous times, Newsletter of the International Society for Humor Studies, (2012) 25(2), 5-6.

  6. Opârg fitfara eft ksvurf. Ekonomiy ur Ďônopros, (2012) 72(8), 6.

  7. Millennium Development Goals in Turbulent Times: Emerging Challenges for Post-2015 MDGs. UNU WIDER. (2012) (With R. van der Hoeven)

  8. Economic Diplomacy and South-South Trade: A New Issue in Development GREAT Insights 3 (3) March 2014

  9. Bergeijk, P.A.G. van and L. Johnson (eds) Social Impact @ Sciences: The end of the ivory tower? ISS; Den Haag 2014


More than 300 reports (Universities of Groningen, Rotterdam and Zürich, ISS, The Hague, Clingendael, , INCLUDE), reviews and contributions in amongst others ABN economic review, Acta Politica, De Economist, ECORYS Policy Brief, Financial Times and Kyklos, and referee reports for Tijdschrift sociaal wetenschappelijk onderzoek van de landbouw, Common Wealth Secretariat, Journal of Policy Modelling, The World Economy, Acta Politica,, NWO-stichting ESR, NIAS, PIONIER onderzoeksvoorstel, Tijdschrift Politieke Ekonomie, Global Development Awards and Medals Competition, Meteor AIO-pool, Economic Modelling, CPB Report, Edward Elgar, Agence de Recherge, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Routledge, De Economist, Journal of Business Economics, European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Regional Science and Urban Economics, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, World Development, Journal of Peace Research, British Journal of Political Science International Journal of Political Economy.

Publications in Dutch
Books

  1. Trust en antitrust Beschouwingen over 10 jaar Mededingingswet en 10 jaar NMa, NMa, Den Haag 2008 (edited with others)

  2. De contouren van het economisch bureau NMa Den Haag 2006, (with Michiel Verkoulen)

  3. Het kartelparadijs: de NMa als hof van Eeden, Den Haag 2003 (edited with others).

  4. Basisboek markt- en micro-economie, 3rd edition, Wolters Noordhoff: Groningen, 1996 (with C. van Gent). Fully revised

    1. 4th edition 2000 (with C. van Gent), Fully revised

    2. 5th edition 2004 (with C. van Gent and H.J. Heuten) Fullly revised

    3. E book 2014 (with C. van Gent and H.J. Heuten)

  5. Met distantie: J.E. Andriessen en het economische bestuur, Wolters Noordhoff: Groningen 1993 (with L.A. Geelhoed and J. van Sinderen (eds)).

  6. Anticiperen en reageren op de Europese uitdaging, Wolters Noordhoff: Groningen, 1992 (with J. van Sinderen and E.W.M.T. Westerhout).

  7. Handel, politiek & handelspolitiek, SDU: Den Haag, 1991.

  8. Handel en diplomatie, proefschrift Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 29 maart 1990.


Articles and contributions

  1. Zomerstorm op Komst?, ESB, 2015

  2. Optrekken of afslaan, ESB 2015, 100 (4710), 303

  3. Verborgen Arbeid, ESB 2015 100 (4707), 119

  4. Grrr g < r 2014 ESB 2014 99 (4699&4700), 739

  5. Datavisualisatie in de MEV onvoldoende (met Frank Kalshoven), ESB Jaargang 99 (4696) 23 oktober 2014, 665-668

  6. De economische betekenis van nationale veiligheidsrisico's. Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid (13) 2, 35-51 (met Marcel Mennen)

  7. Tel mee! ESB 99 (4695) 9 oktober 2014, 621

  8. Deja Vu, ESB, 7 maart 2014 (reprinted in Tijdschrift voor het economisch onderwijs (mei 2014)

  9. Economie is meer dan een patatje met, Tijdschrift voor het economisch onderwijs 2014

  10. Micro macro mondiaal, Tijdschrift voor het Economisch Onderwijs 2014

  11. Consumentje lacht, consumentje huilt, ESB dossier, Jaargang 99 (4683S) 18 april 2014

  12. Verschuivende bakens, ESB, Jaargang 99 (4685) 16 mei 2014

  13. Koude handelsoorlog?, ESB, Jaargang 99 (4693) 11 september 2014

  14. Heroriëntatie in internationale samenwerking: handel, ontwikkeling én diplomatie. In Jan Donders & Flip de Kam (Eds.), Jaarboek Openbare Financien. Den Haag: Willem Drees stichting. 2013

  15. De grote fragmentatie. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 98(4653), 79.

  16. De verkramptheid aan de macht. Vijf redenen voor de dalende productiviteit van het gedoogkabinet. In A van Heezik & H Urlings (Eds.), Vijf IPSE STUDIES 2007-2012 IPSE STUDIES (pp. 20-23). Delft: TU Delft, IPSE studies.nl. 2012

  17. Effectiviteit van Economische Diplomatie: Methoden en resultaten van onderzoek. (Publicaties Inspectie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking en Beleidsevaluatie (IOB)364 ). Den Haag: Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (IOB). 2012

  18. Fes tof Mark Rutte! Economisch-Statistische Berichten.

  19. Kostbare onafhankelijkheid. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 2012 97(4683), 412-412.

  20. Leve de Euro. Economisch-Statistische Berichten. 2012

  21. Originaliteit als molensteen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 2012 97(4644), 584.

  22. Ultieme economisten. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 2012 97(4649&4650), 721.

  23. ‘Ontkoppeling 2.0’ ESB 96, (4614 & 4615) 15 juli 2011, 437.

  24. ‘De effectiviteit van economische diplomatie’ ESB 96, (4616) 19 augustus 2011, blz. 490-492 (met Selwyn Moons)

  25. ‘Het alternatieve scenario’ ESB 96, (4620) 14 oktober 2011, blz. 611

  26. ‘Boekhouden of investeren?’, ESB 96 (4605) 4 maart 2011, blz. 143.

  27. ‘Het gelijk der economen’ ESB 96 (4610) 13 mei 2011, blz. 303.

  28. Nederland is gebaat met integratie van G20 en IMF’, (met Willem Molle), Internationale Spectator 65 (may 2011)

  29. ‘Ineenstortende verklaringen voor de ineenstortende wereldhandel’, in: A. Jolink (red.), Ooggetuigen van de crisis: Nederlandse economen tijdens de Grote Recessie, 2011 ESB en SDU: Den Haag, blz. 68-73.

  30. Economische diplomaten en diplomatieke economen, Internationale Spectator 64(2), pp.68-69.

  31. Economie is geen kunst, ESB 95 (4580) 5-3-2010, p. 143

  32. Instortende verklaringen voor de instortende wereldhandel ESB95

  33. ‘Het gaat prima met onze ontwikkelingshulp’, ESB, 14 mei, 2010, blz. 303.

  34. ‘Meten en nog steeds niks weten’, ESB 95 (4590) 23 juli 2010, blz. 463

  35. ‘Toonhoogte en dieptepunt’, ESB 95 (4595) 15 oktober 2010, blz. 623

  36. ‘Goed fout’, ESB 95 (4600), 17 december 2010, blz. 783

  37. De hulpcrisis, ESB, 94(4555) 6-3-2009, p. 143

  38. Diepte en duur van de invoerkrimp ESB 94 (4559) 1-5-2009, p. 269

  39. Goed ministerie, slecht ministerie ESB 94 (4560) 15-5-2009, p. 303

  40. Eindelijk eens iets positiefs ESB 94(4565) 24 7 2009, p. 463

  41. Die uitdaging komt pas in 2010, ESB 94(4575) 18-12-2009, p. 783

  42. Staatssteun: voer voor mededingingseconomen" , in: P. Kalfleisch et al (eds) Trust en antitrust, Nma Den Haag, 2008 (with Sander Baljé), pp. 71-84

  43. “(Wanneer) zijn economische sancties effectief? Inzichten van twee decennia empirisch onderzoek”, Internationale Spectator 62 (6)(juni), pp. 359-363 (met Rens Fenthur)

  44. Vasthouden of loslaten ESB 93(4550) 19-12-2008 783

  45. "De holistische markteconoom", in H. de Groot en P. Tang (red.) Struisvogels en dwarskoppen 2007, pp. 103-112.

  46. Afstand en globalisering, ESB 92 (4509) , 264-266, (with Heleen van Gorcum)

  47. Globaliseren zonder angst, ESB 92 (4514S) juli 2007, pp. 4-9

  48. Ontwikkel het denken, ESB 2006

  49. Modern markttoezicht in Nederland ESB 2005, D3-D6 (with Simon Bremer)

  50. Fouten maken ESB 2005

  51. Concurrentie en stabiliteit, ESB 2004,

  52. "De prijs maakt het verschil", ESB 2004,

  53. Too big to fail or to compete? Bank & Effecten 2004 (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  54. Heeft de Mededingingswet al effect?” ESB 88, (2003) 172-175 (with Michiel Verkoulen).

  55. Op de top ESB 87 (2002), p. 23.

  56. De euro: een riks of een daalder?, ESB 87, (2002), p. 639

  57. De beeindiging van het kartelparadijs, ESB 87. (2002) 204-207 (with Martin Godfried)

  58. Een illusie rijker?, ESB 86, (2001) 939

  59. Quo vadis, Euro, ESB 85 (4238), 23 (2000)

  60. Marktwerking en groei, ESB 85 (4252), 335 (2000)

  61. Waarin een klein land ook echt klein zal zijn. Over het behoud van de Nederlandse internationale invloed', Internationale spectator 54 (4), 171-175 (2000)

  62. Bij de geboorte van het eurogebied, ESB 1999 84 (4186), pp- 44-48.

  63. Systeemschokken: Staat de econoom echt met lege handen, oratie Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, 4 maart, 1999 OCFEB Research memorandum 9901.

  64. Economen, beleidsmakers en politici, Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie 1999

  65. Systeemschokken en de Lucas Kritiek Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie 1999

  66. Op zoek naar algemeen-economen ESB 1999 84 (4216), 615

  67. De betekenis van EMU voor het nationale beleid OCFEB Papers & Proceedings 9901 (with C.A. Ullersma)

  68. De Europese winterslaap, ESB 84 (4230), 847. (1999)

  69. Voer voor juristen ESB 1998 83 (4156), p. 12.

  70. Uit de vakliteratuur: Blik op oneindig, verstand op nul' ESB 1997 82 (4088), p. 34.

  71. Het transformatieproces, de herijking en de economische theorie,' Clingendael beleidsnotitie, Den Haag 1997, pp. 33-56.

  72. Uit de vakliteratuur: Regels de maat genomen', ESB 1997 82 (4096), p. 194.

  73. Marktwerking in Nederland: Diagnose en consekwenties' Maandschrift economie 1997 61 (4), pp 308-327 (with R.C.G. Haffner)

  74. Uit de vakliteratuur: Fed Watching', ESB 1997 82 (4123), p.763

  75. Marktwerking en de macroeconomie' Tijdschrift Politieke Ekonomie 20 (2), pp. 44-56

  76. Trefzekerheid en toepasselijkheid van koopkrachtplaatjes, Openbare uitgaven 1997 29 (3) pp. 19-128 (with K.C.M.E. Wannet and E.B.K. van Koesveld

  77. De reguleringswig', ESB 1996 81 (4061), pp. 504-507 (with B.J. Sikken and J. van Sinderen.

  78. Microproblemen en macrogevolgen' ESB 1996 81 (4070)

  79. Marktwerking, markup-ratio's en marktmacht in Nederland' Tijdschrift politieke ekonomie 1996 19 (3), pp. 9-28. (with M.A. van Dijk)

  80. Globlablablah' ESB 1996 81 (4080), pp. 914-6 (with N.W. Mensink).

  81. Mobiliteit en concurrentie op de kapitaalmarkt', ESB 1995 80 (4023), pp. 780-784 [Naschrift (4037), p. 1132] (with C. van Gent, R.C.G. Haffner and A.J.M. Kleijweg).

  82. Inkomensverdeling, economische groei en werkgelegenheid: een modelmatige analyse' in: A. Knoester en F.W. Rutten (red.) Inkomensverdeling en economische activiteit Preadviezen 1995 van de Koninklijke vereniging voor de staatshuishoudkunde, Lemma: Utrecht, 1995, pp. 83-102 (with J. van Sinderen).

  83. De kosten van economische verstarring op macro niveau,' ESB 1994 79 (3954), pp. 274 9 (with J. van Sinderen, R.C.G. Haffner and P.M. Waasdorp).

  84. De markt voor economische sancties,' ESB 1994 79 (3976), pp. 820-5.

  85. Een slippende koppeling,' Tijdschrift Politieke Ekonomie 1994 17 (2), pp. 80-95 (with P.M. Waasdorp).

  86. Op zoek naar een gratis lunch', ESB 1994 79 (3984), pp. 1013-7.

  87. Structurele hervorming: ervaringen in Nieuw-Zeeland', ESB 1994 79 (3989), pp. 1134-1138 (with D.I. Bos).

  88. Op zoek naar dynamiek,' ESB 1993 78 (3894), pp. 52 6 [Naschrift (2903), pp. 256 7] (with R.C.G. Haffner).

  89. Over de dynamiek van belastingverlagingen,' Openbare uitgaven 1993 25 (1), pp. 13 9 (with J. van Sinderen and P.M. Waasdorp).

  90. GATT: Noodzakelijke voorwaarde voor duurzame groei,' Internationale Spectator 1993 47 (1), pp. 79 84 [Repliek (6), pp. 447 8].

  91. De dynamiek van Europese integratie: bedrijven, branches en sectoren,' in: J.J.M. Kremers (red.) Inspelen op Europa: Uitdagingen voor het financieel economische beleid van Nederland, Academic Service, Schoonhoven, 1993, pp. 209 22 (with J. van Sinderen).

  92. Handel met Oost Europa: Veroordeeld bij gebrek aan bewijs?,' Internationale Spectator 1993 47 (3), pp. 160 164 (with D.L. Kabel and H. Oldersma).

  93. Strategische handelstheorie en de handelspolitiek,' Tijdschrift Politieke Ekonomie 1993 16 (1), pp. 22 37 (with D.L. Kabel).

  94. Herverdeling en economische groei,' ESB 1993 78 (3932), pp. 932 5 (with P.M. Waasdorp).

  95. Gemiste kansen?,' ESB 1992 77 (3841), pp. 42 3 (with H.B. Meins and H. Oldersma).

  96. De economie van Europese integratie,' ESB 1992 77 (3860), pp. 496 9 (with J. van Sinderen and E. Westerhout).

  97. De verzilvering van het vredesdividend,' ESB 1992 77 (3862), pp. 552 3.

  98. De mogelijkheden van marktintegratie tussen Oost en West,' in: J.G. Siccama en J.Q.Th. Rood (red.), Grenzen aan de Europese integratie: Het Westerse antwoord aan Oost Europa, Van Gorcum: Assen, 1992, pp. 67 86 (with H. Oldersma).

  99. Verschil van meting in de (internationale) economie,' ESB 1992 77 (3881), pp. 1006 8.

  100. Wie telt mee in economisch Nederland?,' ESB 1992 77 (3890), pp. 1220 1 [Naschrift 78 (3896), p. 114].

  101. Vrijhandel en het milieu,' ESB 1991 76 (3793), pp. 124 7 [Naschrift (3796), p. 210]. (with W.H.C. Noë)

  102. Economie van de (Golf) oorlog,' ESB 1991 76 (3808), pp. 501 3.

  103. Kapitaal voor Oost Europa?,' lnternationale Spectator 1991 45 (10), pp. 615 21 (with F.M. Bazen).

  104. Economische hulp aan Oost Europa,' ESB 1990 75 (3753), pp. 356 9.

  105. Economische sancties: een empirisch onderzoek naar de determinanten van succes en mislukking,' Maandschrift Economie 1989 53 (1), pp. 18 33.

  106. Internationale kredietwaardigheid,' ESB 1989 74 (3703), pp. 389 93 (with R. Lensink).

  107. Effectieve sancties tegen Zuid Afrika,' Transaktie 1989 18 (3), pp. 134 46 (with D. Webbink).

  108. Normalisering van het Oost West handelsverkeer,' ESB 1989 74 (3737), pp. 1244 6 (with H. Oldersma).

  109. Kosten en baten van economische sancties,' in: S. Rozemond (red.), Economische sancties, Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen Clingendael, Den Haag, 1988, pp. 27 44.

  110. Handel en diplomatie,' ESB (1988) 73 (3671), pp. 801 4.

  111. Na de krach,' ESB 1987 72 (3632), pp. 1084 7.

  112. OPEC inkomsten onder druk,' ESB 1987 72 (3621), pp. 816 19.

  113. Economische sancties: is Zuid Afrika onkwetsbaar?,' ESB 1986 71 (3570), pp. 828 33.

  114. Economie: een vredige wetenschap?,' ESB 1985 70 (3536), pp. 1276 9.

  115. Alternatieve geneeswijzen in het ziekenfonds: geen kostenbesparing,' ESB 1983 68 (3434), pp. 1110 16 (with F.T. Schut).

Numerous book reviews and comments in Aelementair, Atlantisch Perspectief, Het Binnenhof, Defacto, Economenblad, ESB, EZ journaal, Intermediair, Internationale spectator, Osmose, NRC, Staatscourant, Tijdschrift voor het economisch onderwijs, Volkskrant, UK


Papers presented and Meetings Chaired at international scientific conferences
1988 Peace Science Society (international), Washington

1989 Eastern Economic Association, Baltimore

1990 European Economic Association, Lisbon

1991 European Economic Association, Cambridge

1992 Privatization and models of transition (Center), Tilburg,

Peace Science Society (international), Rotterdam;

Tinbergen Institute Lustrum Conference, Den Haag

1994 International J.A. Schumpeter Society, Münster;

International Statistical Agency, Voorburg;

Atlantic Treaty Association, Den Haag.

1996 Market Behaviour and Macroeconomic Modelling (CCSO), Groningen;

Conference Generelle Ligevaegtsmodeller (Conference on General Equilibrium Models), Copenhagen.



1997 Tinbergen Institute Second Lustrum Conference, Amsterdam;

United Nations sanctions: Effectiveness and effects, Tilburg;

Impact of Technological Change on Firm and Industry Performance, Rotterdam,

1998 Global Panel, Den Haag;

IIAS, Brussel



1999 ESCB workshop on information content of the yield curve, Frankfurt

2000 ICBM-CEPR, Geneva

2001 EIW Zurich

2004 Economic modelling, Paris

2005 ACLE, Amsterdam;

ACE Copenhagen



2006 ACLE, Amsterdam

2007 The gravity equation, Groningen

New frontiers of economic diplomacy Lisboa



2008 Are cities more important than countries?, Rotterdam

2009 Economic diplomacy beyond 2010, Clingendael, Den Haag.

A crisis of capitalism? A crisis of development!, ISS, Den Haag

USE@WORK, Utrecht

2010 Microdata and international trade and investment, The Hague

European Trade Study Group, Lausanne

Negocia, Paris

2011 European Historical Economics Society, Dublin

ACLE, Amsterdam

AEL, Berlin

INFER, Leuven



2012 ETSG Kopenhagen

VES, Paramaribo

CERES summer school, Amsterdam

2013 Harvard Centre for Risk Analysis, Methods for Research Synthesis: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach

2014 14th Jan Tinbergen European Science Conference

2015 8th Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations
Memberships

American Economic Association



European Economic Association

European Historical Economics Society


De database wordt beschermd door het auteursrecht ©opleid.info 2016
stuur bericht

    Hoofdpagina