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How to find us prof. dr. R.H. (Ruud) Koning

prof. dr. R.H. Koning

Professor

Education

1984: Gymnasium

1988: drs. in Econometrics from University of Groningen, cum laude (comparable to MSc degree)

1992: Diploma Netherlands Networl of Quantitative Economics

1995: PhD from University of Groningen (title thesis: Essays in Applied Microeconometrics)

Appointments:

1992-1993: Assistant professor, Department of Econometrics, University of Groningen, research and teaching in applied micro econometrics.

1993-1994: Compulsory military service (11 months).

1994-1998: Assistant professor, Department of Econometrics, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, research and teaching in applied micro econometrics. 

spring 1996: Visiting assistant professor, Brown University (Providence, USA), research and teaching in applied micro econometrics.

1996-1998: Research fellow Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vrije Univer-siteit Amsterdam, research and teaching in applied micro econometrics.

1998-: Associate professor, Department of Econometrics, University of Groningen, research and teaching in actuarial science.

2004-: Professor of Sport Economics, University of Groningen (by special appointment of Mulier Instituut). 

Scientific activities

President of European Sport Economics Association

(Recent) additional positions, management experience

2005-2007: Head of Department of Econometrics (approximately 20 people).  1 sep 2009: merger with Department of Economics.

2007-2009: Head of Department of Economics and Econometrics (approximately 50 people). 1 january 2010: merger with Department of Finance.

2010-2017: Head of Department of Economics, Econometrics and Finance (90 people). 

2006-2015: Member supervisory board (paid) Algemeen Belang (funeral insurer, insured capital m€131). Letter of no objection DNB: 13 july 2006, as-sessment DNB: 2 may 2013.

2007-2012: Board member (unpaid) Mulierinstituut, yearly turnover k€2000, treasurer in board. The institute has one statutory director who is supervised by the board. The Mulierinstituut employs 20 people.

2008-2012: Member steering committee Hora Est, software to facilitate PhD administration.

2008-: Chairman board (unpaid) of C.R. Rao foundation (assets: ke30), foundation supports research and teaching in statistics.

2009-2013: Chairman board of (unpaid) Praedinius Fonds (assets: k€430), foundation to support teaching at independent gymnasiums in Groningen.

2012: Statistical advisor to Committee Noort, to investigate fraud by D. Stapel.

2012-2015: Board member Sports Sciences Institute Groningen.

2014-: Member supervisory board (paid) Univ ́e Noord-Nederland (non-life insurer), vice-chairman and member of the audit/risk committee. 

Last modified:30 November 2020 4.32 p.m.

Contact information

Duisenberg Building

Working hours:
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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