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EEF PhD Candidates

Name Research Project
Aguilar Loyo, Jhordano Return predictability in a panel data setting
Boer, Willem de The economic relationship between sport and health
Chande, Zubeda Financial literacy and retirement planning: evidence and implications for pension reforms in Tanzania
Claassen, Bart Supply-side frictions in financial and non-linear dynamics in macro-finance
Dijk, Hermien The assessment of cost-effectiveness of child and adolescent mental health services: a lifecycle approach
Duran, Nicolas Spatially dependent prices in the housing market: theory, evidence, and applications
Elayan, Saif tba
Freriks, Roel Towards life-cycle cost and benefit evaluation of child and adolescent mental health services
Fritz, Manuela tba
Gao, Ya tba
Garcia, Adriana Does the impact of microcredit depend on access to complementary inputs?
Giesenow, Fred The political economy of central banking and financial crises: new evidence based on heterogeneous panels
Gilmore, Oisin The decline in working hours and the rise of leisure in Western Europe: 1900-1950
Greef, Tom de Efficiency of intermunicipal cooperation
Grohmann, Tobias International migration and inequality
Han, Meng Commodity markets: commodity returns and diversification benefits
Herrmann, Oliver Behavioral models of voter behavior
Huizinga, Anna

The effectiveness of macroeconomic policies in an age of secular stagnation

Hulshof, Daan Designing markets for renewable energy
Katz, Matthijs Bail-ins, banking crises and macro-financial fragility
Keller, Jann (De-)Regulation of transmission system operators in European gas markets
Koning, Nick High dimensional methods and applications in econometrics
Kramer, Bert The classical gold standard under pressure: capital, currencies and collapse
Li, Wentao The effectiveness of mandatory corporate social responsibility regulation
Megen, Mart van Online versus offline retailers: an asymmetric equilibrium
Montfoort, Floris van tba
Natris, Joes de The organizational capacity and autonomy of Dutch municipalities
Nelemans, Samuël

Inequality and financial markets: using idiosyncratic risk and habit formation to tackle the equity premium puzzle

Niccodemi, Gianmaria The effect of education on risk and occurrence of diseases later in life
Niewold, Jan The velvet revolution in financial reporting
Offerein, Jos Corporate tax avoidance: an enquiry into its causes and consequences
Oldeniel, Mark van tba
Peng, Yiqing Essays on financial development, a new perspective
Plaat, Mark van der

Financial Innovation and Banking

Rao, Ziwei Children and old-age support: Intergenerational transfers, labour supply and mental health
Rehman, Atiqa Determinants and consequences of corporate social performance: a comparison of family and non-family firms
Rekker, Lennard tba
Rienks, Harm Do elections make local government responsive
Schippers, Anouk Prosocial consumer behaviour in markets
Stangenberg, Lennart Individual actions and political measures to mitigate climate change: complements or substitutes?
Stoffers, Nanette The freemium model on online platforms
Swank, Lotte tba
Tan, Chang tba
Tian, Kailan Industry upgrading
Tziolas, Ioanna Local spatial dependence and common factors in trade and economic development
Underwood, Amy Improving financial decision making by testing behavioural economic theory in a South African Bank
Vaart, Jeroen van der

Health inequalities, saving motives and the generosity of public insurance programs for the elderly

Vrooman, Arlinde The impact of colonial rule on health in Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire
Wiersma, Jasmira Financial literacu - Modeling the determinants of financial behavior in the Carribean
Wit, Juliette de Towards measuring social norm change
Xie, Lina Public financial intermediaries and climate change
Yu, Shuye The role of flexible employment in life satisfaction and general health
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