VIDI grant for Neil Olver
Neil Olver has started his Vidi grant (€800.000) by NWO for his research ‘Usable algorithms for network optimization’. Networks of many kinds have been growing in size and importance. The same mathematical problems about efficiently designing and utilizing networks occur in many different contexts. This project will uncover new algorithms for these problems that are faster, more accurate and more revealing. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Econometrics and Operations Research.
VENI grant for Geert Mesters
Geert Mesters has started his Veni Grant by NWO for his research ‘Testing Networks’. Network structures have large implications for aggregate output in economics and financial stability in finance. A key difficulty is that these networks are typically not observed. In this research we develop methodology that facilitates testing different network structures that are estimated from large time series panels. He is assistant professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona and will conduct his Veni research at the Department of Econometrics and Operations Research.
Forthcoming paper in Social Choice and Welfare
The paper ‘A Bargaining Experiment with Asymmetric Institutions and Preferences’ by Harold Houba is forthcoming in the journal Social Choice and Welfare. Read paper.
Paper accepted to Environmental Modelling & Software
Ilka van de Werve Fellow at NCSR
Since July, Ilka van de Werve is a fellow of the Life-course Cluster at The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR). Read more.
Julia Schaumberg awarded a Lamfalussy Fellowship
In April Julia Schaumburg was awarded a Lamfalussy Fellowship by the European Central Bank for her proposal "Networking the Yield Curve". Read more.