TI would like to welcome Achim Czerny who joins us as a candidate fellow. Achim Czerny joined the department of spatial economics of the VU University Amsterdam on July 1, 2014 as a postdoctoral researcher.
Achim received his PhD (2007) entitled “Regulating Air Transport Markets”, from the TU Berlin, German. In 2008 he started as assistant professor of Regulatory Economics at WHU – the Otto Beisheim School of Management (Koblenz / Düsseldorf).
His research interests cover applied microeconomics, behavioral economics, industrial organization, transport economics and aviation economics, more specifically, airport congestion management, airport pricing, airline pricing, airline alliances. Achim Czerny’s research has been published in the Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Economics of Transportation, Transportation Research Part B and Journal of Transport Economics and Policy. He was awarded with the Best Overall Paper Prize of the ITEA Conference on Transportation Economics (Kuhmo Nectar) 2014 (with Anming Zhang). Achim worked as a consultant for the European Commission, the German Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur) and several German Federal Ministries.
Achim Czerny is a member of TI’s Spatial,Transport and Environmental Economics research group (STEE).