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mw. drs. L. (Lydia) Geijtenbeek

Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde
Sectie Microeconomics

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  • Roetersstraat 11
Postadres
  • Postbus 15867
    1001 NJ Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Position

    PhD Student Human Capital

    Research interests

    Empirical and experimental economics, with a focus on labor market outcomes, fertility and family formation.

    Teaching

    • 2013/2014: Wiskunde (6011P0151)
    • 2012/2013: Wiskunde en Statistiek 1

     

  • Curriculum Vitae

    Education

    • Economics, Tinbergen Institute (MPhil 2012)
    • Business and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam (BSc 2005)
    • Computer Science, Utrecht University (MSc 2001)

    Experience

    • 2012-present: PhD student at University of Amsterdam
    • 2010-present: researcher (part-time) at Statistics Netherlands (CBS)
    • 2007-2011: local councillor at Amsterdam Centrum, as a member of Amsterdam Anders / De Groenen.
    • 2002-2010: researcher, senior researcher and manager at Statistics Netherlands (CBS)

    Expertise

    Empirical microeconomics, with a focus on administrative data. Venturing into Behavioural and Experimental economics.

     

  • Current research

    Forthcoming

    Working papers

    • “Are there costs of becoming a woman? Are there benefits of becoming a man? Evidence from a sample of transsexual workers”, joint with Erik Plug
    • “Do gays shy away from competition, do lesbians compete too much?”, joint with Thomas Buser and Erik Plug
    • “The effect of neighbors on fertility and income (working title)”, joint with Erik Plug

     

  • Publicaties

    2018

    2015

    • Buser, T., Geijtenbeek, L., & Plug, E. (2015). Do gays shy away from competition? Do lesbians compete too much? (IZA Discussion Paper; No. 9382). Bonn: IZA. [details]
    • Geijtenbeek, L., & Plug, E. (2015). Is There a Penalty for Becoming a Woman? Is There a Premium for Becoming a Man? Evidence from a Sample of Transsexual Workers. (IZA Discussion Paper Series; No. 9077). Bonn: IZA. [details]
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