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prof. dr. B. Los

Professor of the Economics of Technological Progress and Structural Change
2018-2019

Semester 1.1: "Trade Policy and Economic Integration" (undergraduate). Textbooks: R.C. Feenstra and A.M. Taylor, International Economics (4th ed.), Macmillan; R. Baldwin and C. Wyplosz, The Economics of European Integration (5th ed.), McGraw-Hill;

Semester 1.1: "Globalization Debates" (graduate, MSc International Economics and Business). Selected scientific articles.

Semester 1.2:  "Innovation and Productivity" (undergraduate). Textbook: C. Greenhalgh and M. Rogers, Innovation, Intellectual Property and Economic Growth, Princeton Univerity Press;

Semester 1.2:  "Trade, Environment, and Growth" (graduate, MSc International Economics and Business). Selected scientific articles and hands-on assignments related to input-output applications;

Semester 2.1:  "Country Studies" (graduate, MSc International Economics and Business). Selected scientific articles and writing of a policy report;

Supervision of MSc theses.

 

 

Teaching of PhD students 

July 2016: A one-day intensive course for PhD students and young researchers, as a module of the "International School of Input-Output Analysis", on Structural Decomposition Analysis techniques (together with Erik Dietzenbacher), Seoul.

June 2015: A one-day intensive course for PhD students and young researchers, as a module of the "International School of Input-Output Analysis", on the construction and applications of the World Input-Output Database (together with Erik Dietzenbacher), Mexico City.  

January 2014: a short intensive PhD-course "Advanced Topics in Input-Output Analysis" at the Frauenhofer Institute, Karlsruhe, Germany (together with Erik Dietzenbacher). The main topics were: analysis of structural change, analysis of intersectoral technology flows, and dynamic input-output models

October 2008: a short intensive PhD-course "Productivity and Efficiency Measurement" at the University of Groningen (together with D.S. Prasada Rao and Marcel Timmer). The main topics were: index number theory, data envelopment analysis and stochastic frontier analysis 

June 2006: a short intensive PhD-course "Advanced Topics in Input-Output Analysis" at the University of Oviedo (Spain). The main topics were: analysis of structural change, analysis of intersectoral technology flows, and dynamic input-output models

 

 

Last modified:07 September 2018 4.52 p.m.

Contactgegevens

Nettelbosje 2
9747 AE Groningen
Nederland

Duisenberg Gebouw

Kamer:
5411-547
Telefoon:
050 36 37317 (Directe verbinding)
050 36 33458 (Secretariaat)