At TI, many research fellows do applied work in labour, health, education, family, and development economics. In particular, they focus on effect identification and program evaluation, applying a broad range of microeconometric techniques. The research tries to achieve credible identification of causal effects, often using large administrative datasets or carefully designed and executed randomized experiments.
Researchers in this field
21-087/V - Voting from Abroad: Assessing the Impact of Local Turnout on Migrants' Voting behavior
Date: September 23, 2021
21-079/V - Moral Barriers to Birth Control Access: How the Pill Changed Dutch Women’s Lives – When Religion Did Not Get in the Way
Date: September 14, 2021
21-078/VI - Labor Market Transitions of Members of Opposite-sex Couples: Nonparticipation, Unemployed Search, and Employment
Date: August 31, 2021
21-075/V - Johan Cruyff and his Contribution to Success and Stadium Attendance at Feyenoord
Date: August 16, 2021
21-073/V - Female Admission Cap in Higher Education: the Case of Iran
Date: August 09, 2021
Market Structure and Extortion: Evidence from 50,000 Extortion...
Micaela Sviatschi (Princeton University, Unites States)
- Research on Monday
Gender and Performance in Collaborative Research: Evidence From...
Max Coveney (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
- Brown Bag Seminars General Economics
Can early childhood policies affect the technology of skill production?...
Marina Aguiar Palma (FGV-Rio)
- Health Economics Seminars
Transitory Earnings Opportunities and Educational Scarring of...
Jósef Sigurdsson (Stockholm University, Department of Economics)
- Labor Seminars
The Equity and Efficiency of Police Officer Neighborhood Assignment
Bacar Ba Duke University, United States)
- Micro Seminars