Professor of Industrial Organization
Coordinator Msc Economics - Track Public Policy
Industrial Organization, with a focus on Research & Development, Competition Policies, and experiments in IO
Research Seminar Puplic Policy
By appointment: J.Hinloopen@uva.nl, room E6.30
Jeroen Hinloopen holds an MSc in Econometrics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam (1993) and a Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute (1997).
Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam he has been affiliated with the University of Copenhagen, Delft University of Technology, KU Leuven, and Utrecht University. He has also worked as a policy advisor at the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, and at the Dutch Central Bank. Currently he is Deputy Director at CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.
Jeroen Hinloopen's area of expertise is Industrial Organization, the sub-branch of economics that studies the working of imperfectly competitive markets, on which he has published widely. He is also the leading author of a widely used economics teaching method for the upper level of the Dutch high school curriculae havo and vwo.
Jeroen Hinloopen is married with a daughter and a son.
"Research and Development cooperatives and market collusion: a global dynamic approach." 2017. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 174(2): 567 – 612 (joint with Grega Smrkolj and Florian Wagener).
"Costly location in Hotelling duopoly." 2017. Research in Economics, 71: 118 - 128 (joint with Stephen Martin).
"Stability, strategic substitutes, strategic complements." 2015. Journal of Economics, 116: 129 - 135.
"Going once, going twice, reported! Cartel activity and the effectiveness of antitrust policies in experimental auctions." 2014. European Economic Review, 70 (October): 317 – 336 (joint with Sander Onderstal)
"On the exact fnite sample distribution of the L1-FCvM test statistic." 2014. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 43(6): 1304 - 1317 (joint with Rien Wagenvoort)
"Output commitment through product bundling: experimental evidence." 2014. European Economic Review, 65(January): 164 - 180 (joint with Wieland Mueller and Hans-Theo Normann)
"From mind to market: a dynamic, global analysis of R&D." 2013. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 37(12): 2729 - 2754 (joint with Grega Smrkolj and Florian Wagener)