Dr. Dirk Stelder (1954) studied mathematics and the University of Amsterdam and economics at the University of Groningen. His research expertise is on globalization, economic integration, spatial agglomeration modelling, regional growth models, international and interregional input-output analysis and geographical information systems (GIS). Apart from his regular position of assistant professor at the University of Groningen since 1988, he has worked as a regional economic planning consultant for the Central Planning Bureau of Indonesia during 1992-1993. He has participated in the EU funded IASON project during 2000-2002 on interregional input-output and spatial agglomeration in the EU, in the EU-FP6 program EXIOPOL on economic/environmental Input-Output database systems (2008-2010) and in the EU-cohesion policy project System of Regional Models for Impact Assessment of EU Cohesion Policy(2009-2012), which is aimed at an integration of New Economic geography, CGE and endogenous growth components in a workable policy evaluation model. He has been the project leader of the annual publication Regional Economic Outlook for the northern region of the Netherlands since 2003 until 2009. During 2013-2015 he has conducted GIS research for DGRegio of the EU on regional accessibility and historical roads networks from 1960 to 2015. He has given training courses in GIS and environmental Interregional Input-Output analysis for the ABN/AMRO bank in Amsterdam, the University of Vienna, the Central Bureau of Statistics of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, the University of Novosibirsk and for The Economist in London.
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