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Personal details

Name: HEIJDRA, B.J. (Ben)
Date of birth: June 16, 1957
Place of birth: Rotterdam, The Netherlands


Home address: Work Address:
Snip 89 Department of Economics & Econometrics
9728 XR Groningen University of Groningen
The Netherlands P.O. Box 800
9700 AV Groningen
The Netherlands

Phone: +31-(0)50-525-8811 +31-(0)50-363-7303
E-mail: b.j.heijdra@gmail,com b.j.heijdra@rug.nl


Educational record

1980-1984, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby B.C., Canada. Doctor of Philosophy degree in Economics, thesis defense May 22, 1984 (approved by Senate on October 1, 1984 and formally conferred in June 1985). Areas of specialisation were macroeconomics, econometrics, international economics, and monetary economics. Dissertation: Empirical and Theoretical Aspects of Non-Walrasian Economics. Ph.D. Committee members: John F. Chant (Senior Supervisor), Peter E. Kennedy, and Terry Heaps.

1975-1980, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 'Doctoraal' degree in Economics (roughly equivalent to M.A.). Areas of specialisation were theoretical and empirical macroeconomics. Thesis: Economic Growth: Demand or Supply Determined? (in Dutch). Thesis supervisors: Jan C. Siebrand and Jarig van Sinderen.


Work experience

April 2006 - April 2014, Netspar, University of Tilburg. Research Coordinator Macroeconomics. See the relevant part of the Netspar site for a description of tasks.

May 2006 - August 2013, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria. Visiting Research Professor in Economics. Twice a year I spent a two-week period at the institute to (a) conduct research with the regular staff and (b) to present a small workshop on a special advanced topic in macroeconomic theory.

June 2000 - onward, University of Groningen. Professor in Economics (level B). Field of specialization: macroeconomics.

March 1998 - May 2000, University of Groningen. Research Professor in Economics (level A). Special topic: Economics of Growth and Coordination.

December 1995 - November 1999, Director, Netherlands Network of Economics and Professor in Economics (level A). Tasks include organising semi-annual workshops and arranging the ordinary teaching programme for Dutch Ph.D. students. (Until March 1998 the network was based at the University of Amsterdam. It moved to the University of Groningen in March 1998).

December 1995 - February 1998, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Professor in Economics (level A).

August 1991 - December 2003, OCFEB, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Scientific Researcher in Economics. Employed in the OCFEB as a researcher (full-time from 1-8-91 to 31-5-93, one day per week from 1-6-93 onward). Current research project: dynamic applied general equilibrium modeling (with Leon J.H. Bettendorf, A. Lans Bovenberg, D. Peter Broer, and Thijs Knaap).

June 1993 - December 1995, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Associate Professor in Economics. Courses taught: Intermediate Macroeconomics and Economic Decision Making (second year courses); International Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (fourth year and Tinbergen Institute Core courses).

1990-1992, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia. Senior Lecturer in Economics. Courses taught: first year Macroeconomics (enrolment over 700 students), third year course in Economic Policy. In addition to this I have taught sessions of the third year preparatory honours class.

1990-1991, Centre for Regional Economic Analysis, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Research Consultant. In this capacity I have written several technical reports for large industrial companies in Tasmania.

1984-1990, The University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Lecturer in Economics (1984-1989) and Senior Lecturer in Economics (1990), with tenure as of May 1987. The courses I have taught include first year Macroeconomics (enrolment over 300 students) in 1985 and 1986, as well as second year courses in Introductory Econometrics, Operations Research, Quantitative Methods II, and third year courses in Econometrics, International Economics, and Macroeconomic Theory. In addition to this I have taught the fourth year honours class in Macroeconomics many times.

1980-1984, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby B.C., Canada. Teaching Assistant in the following third year subjects: Money and Banking, Introduction to Mathematical Economics, and Intermediate Macroeconomics. Duties included teaching in tutorial groups of 15-20 students each, setting and marking exam questions, as well as invigilating during exams.

1979-1980, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Research Assistant in the Research Group for Macroeconomic Policy. I was involved in the development of a medium term macroeconomic model. Project supervisor was Professor J.C. Siebrand.


Research record

(a) Journal articles and articles in books

[P61] 'Longevity shocks with age-dependent productivity growth' (with L.S.M. Reijnders). Forthcoming: Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. DOI code: 10.1017/S147474721600024X (download final version of the paper)..
[P60] 'Stimulating annuity markets' (with J.O. Mierau and T. Trimborn). Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, October 2017, 16, 554-583 (with erratum on page 584). DOI code: 10.1017/S1474747216000056 (download paper version).
[P59] 'Life in shackles? The quantitative implications of reforming the educational loan system' (with F. Kindermann and L.S.M. Reijnders). Review of Economic Dynamics, April 2017, 27, 37-57. Special Issue on Human Capital and Inequality edited by Dean Corbae, Mariachristina De Nardi, and Lance Lochner. DOI code: 10.1016/j.red.2017.02.006.
[P58] 'Human capital accumulation and the macroeconomy in an ageing society' (with L.S.M. Reijnders). De Economist, September 2016, 164, 297-334. DOI code: 10.1007/s10645-016-9283-2 (download final version).
[P57] 'Optimal pollution taxation and abatement when leisure and environmental quality are complements' (with P. Heijnen and F. Kindermann). De Economist, March 2015, 163, 95-122. DOI code: 10.1007/s10645-014-9246-4 (download paper version).
[P56] 'Optimal environmental policy in the presence of multiple equilibria and reversible hysteresis' (with P. Heijnen). In: Moser, E., W. Semmler, G. Tragler, and V. Veliov, Eds. Dynamic Optimization in Environmental Economics. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2014, pp. 61-85 (download paper version).
[P55] 'A tragedy of annuitization? Longevity risk in general equilibrium' (with J.O. Mierau and L.S.M. Reijnders). Macroeconomic Dynamics, October 2014, 18, 1607-1634. DOI code: 10.1017/S1365100513000072 (download paper version or Mathematical Appendix).
[P54] 'Economic growth and longevity risk with adverse selection' (with L.S.M. Reijnders). De Economist, March 2013, 161, 69-97. DOI code: 10.1007/s10645-012-9199-4 (download paper version).
[P53] 'Environmental abatement and the macroeconomy in the presence of ecological thresholds' (with P. Heijnen). Environmental and Resource Economics, May 2013, 55, 47-70. DOI code: 10.1007/s10640-012-9613-z (download paper version).
[P52] 'Adverse selection in private annuity markets and the role of mandatory social annuitization' (with L.S.M. Reijnders). De Economist, September 2012, 160, 311-337. DOI code: 10.1007/s10645-012-9191-z (download paper version).
[P51] 'The individual life-cycle, annuity market imperfections and economic growth' (with J.O. Mierau). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, June 2012, 36, 876-890. DOI code: 10.1016/j.jedc.2012.01.001 (download latest paper version).
[P50] 'Growth and the ageing Joneses' (with W.H. Fisher). Macroeconomic Dynamics, February 2012, 16, 35-60. DOI code: 10.1017/S1365100510000349 (download paper version).
[P49] 'The environmental and macroeconomic effects of socially responsible investment' (with L. Dam). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, September 2011, 35, 1424-1434. Special Issue in Honour of Stephen J. Turnovsky. DOI code: 10.1016/j.jedc.2011.05.005 (download latest paper version).
[P48] 'The individual life cycle and economic growth: An essay on demographic macroeconomics' (with J.O. Mierau). De Economist, March 2011, 159, 63-87. DOI code: 10.1007/s10645-010-9153-2 (download paper version).
[P47] 'Growth effects of consumption and labour-income taxation in an overlapping-generations life-cycle model' (with J.O. Mierau). Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2010, 14 (Supplement 2), 151-175. DOI code: 10.1017/S1365100510000337 (download paper version).
[P46] 'The transitional dynamics of fiscal policy in small open economies' (with J.E. Ligthart), Macroeconomic Dynamics, February 2010, 14, 1-28. DOI code: 10.1017/S1365100509080286 (download paper).
[P45] 'Retirement, pensions, and ageing' (with W.E. Romp), Journal of Public Economics, April 2009, 93, 586-604. DOI code: 10.1016/j.jpubeco.2008.10.009 (download paper).
[P44] 'Human capital formation and macroeconomic performance in an ageing small open economy' (with W.E. Romp), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, March 2009, 33, 725-744. DOI code: 10.1016/j.jedc.2008.09.003 (download Paper and Further Results)
[P43] 'Keeping up with the ageing Joneses' (with W.H. Fisher), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, January 2009, 33, 53-64. DOI code: 10.1016/j.jedc.2008.04.010 (download most recent working paper version).
[P42] 'Labor tax reform, unemployment, and search' (with J.E. Ligthart), International Tax and Public Finance, February 2009, 16, 82-104. DOI code: 10.1007/s10797-007-9056-6 (download most recent working paper version).
[P41] 'A life-cycle overlapping-generations model of the small open economy' (with W.E. Romp). Oxford Economic Papers, January 2008, 60, 89-122 (download working paper version and mathematical appendix).
[P40] 'Fiscal policy, monopolistic competition, and finite lives' (with J.E. Ligthart). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, January 2007, 31, 325-359 (download working paper version).
[P39] 'The macroeconomic dynamics of demographic shocks' (with J.E. Ligthart). Macroeconomic Dynamics, June 2006, 10, 349-370 (download working paper version or mathematical appendix).
[P38] Population ageing and pension reform in a small open economy with non-traded goods' (with L.J.H. Bettendorf). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, December 2006, 30, 2389-2424 (download TI2005-021/2 discussion paper version including detailed mathematical appendix).
[P37] 'Environmental quality, the macroeconomy, and intergenerational distribution' (with J.P. Kooiman and J.E. Ligthart). Resource and Energy Economics, January 2006, 28, 74-104 (download working paper version).
[P36] 'Eastern enlargement of the EU: Jobs, investment and welfare in present member countries' (with Christian Keuschnigg and Wilhelm Kohler). In: Helge Berger and Thomas Moutos, Eds. Managing European Union Enlargement. MIT Press, 2004, pp. 173-210. Book description
[P35] 'Introduction' (with S. Brakman). In: S. Brakman and B.J. Heijdra, Eds. The Monopolistic Competition Revolution in Retrospect. Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 1-45.
[P34] 'Industrial policy in a small open economy' (with L.J.H. Bettendorf). In: S. Brakman and B.J. Heijdra, Eds. The Monopolistic Competition Revolution in Retrospect. Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 442-483.
[P33] 'Public investment in a small open economy,' (with A.C. Meijdam), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, May 2002, 26, 707-735.
[P32] 'The hiring subsidy cum firing tax in a search model of unemployment,' (with J.E. Ligthart), Economics Letters, March 2002, 75, 97-108. (Download the mathematical appendix.)
[P31] 'Tax policy, the macroeconomy, and intergenerational distribution,' (with J.E. Ligthart), IMF Staff Papers, 2002, 49, 106-127.
[P30] 'Environmental abatement and intergenerational distribution,' (with A.L. Bovenberg), Environmental and Resource Economics, September 2002, 23, 45-84. (Download the mathematical appendix.)
[P29] 'Deposit-refund on labour: A solution to equilibrium unemployment?,' (with J.E. Ligthart), IMF Staff Papers, December 2001, 48, 593-609.
[P28] 'Intergenerational welfare effects of a tariff under monopolistic competition,' (with L.J.H. Bettendorf), Journal of Economics / Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, 2001, 73, 313-346. (Download mathematical appendix.)
[P27] 'Intergenerational and international welfare leakages of a product subsidy in a small open economy,' (with L.J.H. Bettendorf), International Tax and Public Finance, November 2001, 8, 705-729. (Download the mathematical appendix.)
[P26] 'The investment tax credit under monopolistic competition,' (with D.P. Broer), Oxford Economic Papers, April 2001, 53, 318-351. (Download mathematical appendix.)
[P25] 'The dynamic macroeconomic effects of tax policy in an overlapping generations model,' (with J.E. Ligthart), Oxford Economic Papers, October 2000, 52, 677-701.
[P24] 'Taxing energy to improve the environment: Efficiency and distributional effects,' (with A. van der Horst). De Economist, 148, March 2000, 45-69. (Download the unpublished appendix.)
[P23] 'Fiscal policy multipliers: The role of monopolistic competition, scale economies, and intertemporal substitution in labour supply.' International Economic Review, August 1998, 39, 659-696. (Download the unpublished appendix.)
[P22] 'Environmental tax policy and intergenerational distribution,' (with A.L. Bovenberg). Journal of Public Economics, January 1998, 67, 1-24. (download unpublished appendix)
[P21] 'Fiscal policy, distortionary taxation, and direct crowding out under monopolistic competition,' (with J.E. Ligthart and F. van der Ploeg). Oxford Economic Papers, January 1998, 50, 79-88.
[P20] 'Keynesian multipliers, direct crowding out, and the optimal provision of public goods,' (with J.E. Ligthart), Journal of Macroeconomics, Fall 1997, 19, 803-826.
[P19] 'Keynesian multipliers and the costs of public funds under monopolistic competition,' (with F. van der Ploeg), Economic Journal, September 1996, 106, 1284-1296.
[P18] 'Is the Dutch consumer a true Ricardian?' De Economist, 1996, 144, 591-615 (with H.P. van Dalen).
[P17] 'Equilibrium notions in macroeconomics: An historical perspective,' (with A.D. Lowenberg). Theoria, May 1995, 55-70.
[P16] 'Fiscal and environmental policy under monopolistic competition,' (with F. van der Ploeg). De Economist, 1995, 143, 217-248.
[P15] 'Monopolistic competition and optimum product diversity: Comment,' (with X. Yang). American Economic Review, March 1993, 83, 295-301.
[P14] 'Imperfect competition and product differentiation: Some further results,' (with X. Yang). Mathematical Social Sciences, February 1993, 25, 157-171.
[P13] 'Marxism, methodological individualism, and the new institutional economics: Reply to Peter Dorman.' (with A.D. Lowenberg). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, June 1991, 147, 375-378.
[P12] 'An econometric analysis of the Australian current account balance' (with A.J. Meer). Australian Economic Papers, December 1990, 30, 199-225.
[P11] 'Investment spending in Australia: Further study and interpretation' (with W.M. Scarth). Economic Record, December 1990, 66, 295-307.
[P10] 'Productive versus unproductive labour and rent-seeking: Lessons from history' (with M.A. Brooks and A.D. Lowenberg). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, September 1990, 146, 419-438.
[P09] 'Rent-seeking and the privatization of the commons' (with M.A. Brooks). European Journal of Political Economy, August 1990, 6, 41-59.
[P08] 'An exploration of rent-seeking' (with M.A. Brooks). Economic Record, March 1989, 65, 32-50. (Download a copy of the long discussion paper version.)
[P07] 'Marxism, methodological individualism, and the new institutional economics' (with A.D. Lowenberg and R. Mallick). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, April 1988, 144, 296-317.
[P06] 'The neoclassical economic research program: Some Lakatosian and other considerations' (with A.D. Lowenberg). Australian Economic Papers, December 1988, 28, 272-284.
[P05] 'In search of rent-seeking' (with M.A. Brooks). In: Rowley, C.K., R.D. Tollison, and G. Tullock, Eds. The Political Economy of Rent-Seeking. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988, 27-49.
[P04] 'Neoclassical economics and the psychology of risk and uncertainty.' In: Earl, P., Ed. Psychological Economics: Development, Tensions, Prospects. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988, 67-84.
[P03] 'Rent-seeking and pollution taxation: An extension' (with M.A. Brooks). Southern Economic Journal, October 1987, 54, 335-342.
[P02] 'Towards a theory of colonial growth: The case of the Dutch in Southern Africa' (with A.D. Lowenberg). Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 1987, 1, 249-276.
[P01] 'Duhem-Quine, Lakatos, and research programmes in economics' (with A.D. Lowenberg). Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 1986, 1, 175-187.

(b) Books

[B07] Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics, Third Edition. Oxford University Press, July 2017. (pp. xxviii + 908).
[B06] Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics, Third Edition: Exercise & Solutions Manual. Oxford University Press, July 2017. (pp. xv + 490).
[B05] Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics, Second Edition. Oxford University Press, July 2009. (pp. xxv + 789).
[B04] Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics. Second Edition: Exercise & Solutions Manual (with L.S.M. Reijnders and W.E. Romp). Oxford University Press, July 2009. (pp. xi + 459).
[B03] The Monopolistic Competition Revolution in Retrospect (edited with S. Brakman). Cambridge University Press, 2004 (pp. xiv + 495). book description. [Reviewed by Stephen Redding in the Journal of International Economics, 2005, 65, 531-537.]
[B02] Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics (with F. van der Ploeg). Oxford University Press, March 2002. (pp. xxviii + 751). Chinese edition published by Renmin University Press in 2012 (pp. 601).
[B01] Dividing the Spoils: Markets, Government, and Corruption (with M.A. Brooks). Perth: Australian Institute for Public Policy, 1991 (pp. viii + 131). (download book.)


(c) Dutch publications


[D10] 'Nobelprijzen 2010'. Tijdschift voor het Economisch Onderwijs, februari 2011, pp. 30-31.
[D09a] 'John Maynard Keynes: Titaan van de macro-economie'. In: Paul Schnabel e.a. (red.), De Gammacanon: Wat iedereen moet weten van de menswetenschappen. J.M. Meulenhoff, Amsterdam, 2011, pp. 182-185.
[D09b] 'De Gammacanon, Keynes', De Volkskrant, April 17, 2010. (download column.)
[D08] 'Nobelprijs voor dynamische macroeconomie' (with E. Sterken), Economisch-Statistische Berichten, October 15, 2004, Number 4444, 486-487.
[D07] 'Commentaar op: J. W. Oosterwijk, Kennis als bron van produktiviteitsgroei,' in: R.H.J.M. Gradus, J.J.M. Kremers, en J. van Sinderen (red.), Nederland Kennisland?, Stenfert Kroese, Groningen, 2001, pp. 69-71.
[D06] 'Baanbrekende analyse marktimperfecties' (with B.W. Lensink and E. Sterken), Economisch-Statistische Berichten, October 19, 2001, Number 4330, 804-806.
[D05] 'Overheidsinvesteringen en intergenerationele herverdeling.' (met A.C. Meijdam en A. van der Horst). In: H. Klok, T. van Schaik, en S. Smulders (red.), Economologues: Liber Amicorum voor Theo van de Klundert, Departement Algemene Economie, Katholieke Universiteit Brabant, 2001, 183-217.
[D04] 'Een aggressief mobiliteitsbeleid gevraagd.' Economisch-Statistische Berichten, December 10, 1997, Number 4132, 940.
[D03] 'Toch een revolutie?' (Oratie, Universiteit van Amsterdam, January 24, 1997.) Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, augustus 1997, 20 (1), 7-33.
[D02]

'Grensverleggers aan het werk' (with H.P. van Dalen) Economisch-Statistische Berichten, July 17, 1996, Number 4066, 629-631.

[D01] 'Rent seeking.' Economisch-Statistische Berichten, May 31, 1995, Number 4012, 515-518.


(d) Work under submission and various discussion papers

(2015a) 'Longevity shocks with age-dependent productivity growth' (with L.S.M. Reijnders), CESifo Working Paper No. 5364, May 2015. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P61])
(2014a) 'Life in shackles? The quantitative implications of reforming the educational loan system' (with F. Kindermann and L.S.M. Reijnders), CESifo Working Paper No. 5013, October 2014. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P59])
(2014b) 'Stimulating annuity markets' (with J.O. Mierau and T. Trimborn), CESifo Working Paper No. 4827, June 2014. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P60])
(2012) 'Human capital accumulation and the macroeconomy in an ageing society' (with L.S.M. Reijnders), CESifo Working Paper No. 4046, December 2012. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P58])
(2010a) 'The tragedy of annuitization' (with J.O. Mierau and L.S.M. Reijnders), CESifo Working Paper No. 3141, July 2010. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P55])
(2009a) 'Economic growth and longevity risk with adverse selection' (with L.S.M. Reijnders), CESifo Working Paper No. 2898, December 2009. (download paper). Most recent version is here. (Revised version published as [P54])
(2009b) 'Environmental policy and the macroeconomy under shallow-lake dynamics' (with P. Heijnen), CESifo Working Paper No. 2859, November 2009. (download paper).(Revised version published as [P53])
(2009d) 'Annuity market imperfection, retirement and economic growth' (with J.O. Mierau), CESifo Working Paper No. 2717, July 2009. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P51]).
(2008a) 'The environmental and macroeconomic effects of socially responsible investment' (with L.J. Dam), CESifo Working Paper No. 2349, July 2008. (download paper) (Revised version published as [P49]).
(2008b) 'Growth and the ageing Joneses' (with W.H. Fisher), CESifo Working Paper No. 2466, November 2008. (download paper). (Slightly revised version published as [P50])
(2007) 'Retirement, pensions, and ageing' (with W.E. Romp), CESifo Working Paper No. 1974, April 2007. (download paper). (Revised version published as [P45])
(2006a) 'Ageing and growth in the small open economy' (with W.E. Romp), CESifo Working Paper No. 1740, June 2006. (download CESifo paper, Nov 2007 paper revision, or mathematical appendix). (Exogenous growth sections published as [P44])
(2006b) 'The transitional dynamics of fiscal policy in small open economies' (with J.E. Ligthart), CESifo Working Paper No. 1777, August 2006. (download paper; Revised version published as [P46])
(2001b) 'Public investment and intergenerational distribution under alternative modes of finance' (with A. van der Horst and A.C. Meijdam), Mimeo, University of Groningen, May (Rev. June 2002). (download paper)
(1999b) 'Using the Laplace transform for dynamic policy analysis,' Mimeo, University of Groningen, November. (download paper)
(1995c) 'Fiscal policy multipliers: the role of monopolistic competition and finite lives,' Mimeo, University of Amsterdam, November (Rev. August 1997). (download paper)
(1994) `Fiscal policy in a dynamic model of monopolistic competition,' Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper, Nr. TI 94-133, University of Amsterdam, August. (Download a copy of the paper.)
(1993) `Keynesian multipliers and the cost of public funds under monopolistic competition,' Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper, Nr. TI 94-41, University of Amsterdam, December 1993. (Download a copy of the paper.)
(1986) `In search of rent-seeking,' Economics Discussion Paper, Nr. 86-01, University of Tasmania, April. (Download a copy of the paper.)


(e) Unpublished work

(1984) Empirical and Theoretical Aspects of Non-Walrasian Economics. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby B.C., Canada, May 1984.
(1980) Economic Growth: Demand or Supply Determined? Unpublished 'Doctoraal' thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 1980 (in Dutch).


Ph. D. Students supervised

(2016) Yang Jiang, Annuities and the Macroeconomy (with J.O. Mierau). Expected date of completion: September, 2017, University of Groningen.
(2015) Laurie S.M. Reijnders, Education Choices in a Changing Economic, Demographic and Social Environment. Date of public defence: September 10, 2015, University of Groningen (cum laude). Download dissertation. Cum Laude.
(2011) Jochen O. Mierau, Macroeconomics of Pensions and Ageing. Date of public defence: September 30, 2011, University of Groningen. Download dissertation.
(2007) Ward E. Romp, Essays on Dynamic Macroeconomics: The Role of Demographics and Public Capital. Date of public defence: February 15, 2007, University of Groningen. Download dissertation.
(2003) Albert van der Horst, Government Interference in a Dynamic Economy. Date of public defence: February 13, 2003, University of Amsterdam.
(1997) Jenny E. Ligthart, Environment, Imperfect Markets, and Public Finance (jointly with F. van der Ploeg). Date of public defence: November 14, 1997, University of Amsterdam.


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