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  • On the Desirability of Taxing Capital Income in Optimal Social Insurance - Tinbergen
    ECTOR FIN LHED MIE OM STEE Behavioral and Experimental Economics The Behavioral and Experimental Economics group has an influential position in this field in the Netherlands and Europe CREED the Amsterdam based group focuses particularly on three main projects economics of political decision making bounded rationality and institutions and experimental economics The research of the Rotterdam based group focuses on two broad themes decision under risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication On the Desirability of Taxing Capital Income in

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  • On-the-Job Search, Mismatch and Efficiency - Tinbergen
    MIE OM STEE Behavioral and Experimental Economics The Behavioral and Experimental Economics group has an influential position in this field in the Netherlands and Europe CREED the Amsterdam based group focuses particularly on three main projects economics of political decision making bounded rationality and institutions and experimental economics The research of the Rotterdam based group focuses on two broad themes decision under risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication On the Job Search Mismatch and Efficiency Local navigation Research Groups

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  • The Macroeconomics Costs and Benefits of the EMU and Other Monetary Unions: An Overview of Recent Research - Tinbergen
    and Experimental Economics The Behavioral and Experimental Economics group has an influential position in this field in the Netherlands and Europe CREED the Amsterdam based group focuses particularly on three main projects economics of political decision making bounded rationality and institutions and experimental economics The research of the Rotterdam based group focuses on two broad themes decision under risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication The Macroeconomics Costs and Benefits of the EMU and Other Monetary Unions An Overview of

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/the-macroeconomics-costs-and-benefits-of-the-emu-and-other-monetary-unions-an-overview-of-recent-research/ (2016-02-06)
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  • An Exploration of Technology Diffusion - Tinbergen
    Intranet Login Login to Intranet BEE CSC ECTOR FIN LHED MIE OM STEE Behavioral and Experimental Economics The Behavioral and Experimental Economics group has an influential position in this field in the Netherlands and Europe CREED the Amsterdam based group focuses particularly on three main projects economics of political decision making bounded rationality and institutions and experimental economics The research of the Rotterdam based group focuses on two broad themes decision under risk and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication An

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  • Placement Lucyna Gornicka: International Monetary Fund (IMF) - Tinbergen
    Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News Placement Lucyna Gornicka International Monetary Fund IMF Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Placement Lucyna Gornicka International Monetary Fund IMF Congratulations to TI PhD candidate Lucy Gornicka on her new position at the International Monetary Fund IMF She will start the Young Economist Program in September Lucyna is a PhD student in economics at the Macroeconomics and International Economiocs groups of the University of Amsterdam Se expects to defend her dissertation on essays on Financial Frictions in the second half of 2015 under the supervision of TI fellow professor Sweder van Wijnbergen UvA Lucyna is an alumna of the TI MPhil program 2012 Her research interests lie in the areas of financial frictions macrofinance financial regulation and monetary policy Please click here to read more about his papers and research in progress About the IMF Economist Program The EP is an entry level program for talented recent PhD graduates in macroeconomics finance public finance monetary economics international economics international trade poverty issues political economy or econometrics who are interested in pursuing a career in international economics and finance Each year the Fund hires about 20 to 30 of the best young graduates from around the world Economists in the EP undertake assignments to enable them gain well rounded experience in regional and country specific issues as well as in fiscal monetary

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  • Discussion paper - Tinbergen
    Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Optimal Learning on Climate Change Why Climate Skeptics should reduce Emissions PDF File 12 085 2 2012 08 20 Author s Sweder van Wijnbergen University of Amsterdam Tim Willems Oxford University Keywords climate policy global warming climate skepticism active learning irreversibilities JEL codes D83 Q54 Q58 Climate skeptics argue that the possibility that global warming is exogenous implies that we should not take additional action towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions until we know more However this paper shows that even climate skeptics have an incentive to reduce emissions such a change of direction facilitates their learning process on the causes of global warming Since the optimal policy action depends on

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/discussionpaper/?paper=1964 (2016-02-06)
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  • Discussion paper - Tinbergen
    Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Sorting and the Output Loss due to Search Frictions PDF File 11 010 3 2011 01 14 2012 01 26 Author s Pieter A Gautier VU University Amsterdam Coen N Teulings University of Amsterdam Keywords Sorting search frictions wage dispersion unemployment mismatch on the job search output loss business stealing JEL codes E24 J62 J63 J64 This is to appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of the European Economic Association We analyze a general search model with on the job search and sorting of heterogeneous workers into heterogeneous jobs This model yields a simple relationship between i the unemployment rate ii the value of non market time and iii themax mean wage differential The

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/discussionpaper/?paper=1700 (2016-02-06)
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  • Eszter Czibor: Visiting Postdoc at University of Chicago - Tinbergen
    of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News Eszter Czibor Visiting Postdoc at University of Chicago Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Eszter Czibor Visiting Postdoc at University of Chicago Congratulations to TI PhD student Eszter Czibor who received a Rubicon grant to conduct research at the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago in the United States She will be a visiting postdoctoral scholar as of December 1 2015 for a period of 19 months Eszter received a Rubicon grant by NWO for her research project Quotas and beyond Using insights from behavioural economics to achieve gender balance in organizations Are quotas efficient in closing the gender gap at the top of corporate hierarchies The project investigates the unintended negative consequences of gender quotas and proposes alternative mechanisms to promote gender balance in organizations Eszter Czibor Eszter is a PhD student since 2012 at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the UvA She is an alumna of the TI MPhil program 2012 cum laude Her research interests include economics of organizations experimental economics behavioral economics She is researching projects Does Relative Grading Help Male Students Evidence from a Field Experiment in the Classroom Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 2014 116 III and Gender norms and the willingness to compete University of Amsterdam Supervisors are TI fellows Randolph Sloof and Mirjam van

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