Working Papers 2020
The Working Papers of the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.) keep you informed about our research in progress.
Latest Working Papers
- 20-02: Miriam Breitenstein, Carl-Philipp Anke, Duc K. Nguyen & Thomas Walther: Stranded Asset Risk and Political Uncertainty: The Impact of the Coal Phase-out on the German Coal Industry. Abstract
- 20-01: Jip Leendertse, Mirella Schrijvers & Erik Stam: Measure Twice, Cut Once, Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Metrics. Abstract
- 19-26: Martijn Huysmans: Exporting protection: EU trade agreements, geographical indications, and gastronationalism. Abstract.
- 19-25: Tim van der Valk: Quid pro quo: the institutional environment and the allocation of household wealth. Abstract
- 19-24: Paul de Bijl, Helanya Fourie: The energy transition: Does ownership matter for realizing public interest objectives? Abstract
- 19-23: Marcel Boumans: The engineering tools that shaped the rational expectations revolution. Abstract
- 19-22: Marcel Boumans, Sabina Leonelli: From Dirty Data to Tidy Facts: Clustering Practices in Plant Phenomics and Business Cycle Analysis. Abstract