Dr. Mark Sanders
m.w.j.l.sanders@uu.nl
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Profile

Mark Sanders researches and teaches topics that connect entrepreneurship, innovation and the transition towards more sustainable economic growth. His methods are both empirical and theoretical and his teaching is both within the economics department and in courses at the faculty of geosciences and sciences. Mark is also a member of the Sustainable Finance Lab that aims to make financial markets contribute to this transition.

Scientific expertise
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Curriculum vitae

A recent CV can be found at www.marksanders.nl.

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All publications
  2018 - Articles
Polzin, Friedemann, Sanders, Mark & Stavlöt, Ulrika (2018). Do investors and entrepreneurs match? Evidence from The Netherlands and Sweden. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 127, (pp. 112-126).
Audretsch , David, Sanders, M.W.J.L. & Zhang, L. (2018). International product life cycles, trade and development stages. Journal of Technology Transfer, (pp. 1-44).
  2018 - Book parts / chapters
Polzin, Friedemann, Sanders, Mark & Stavlöt, Ulrika (2018). Mobilizing Early-Stage Investments for an Innovation-Led Sustainability Transition. In Thomas Walker, Stéfanie D. Kibsey & Rohan Crichton (Eds.), Designing a Sustainable Financial System (pp. 347-381) (35 p.). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
  2017 - Articles
Polzin, Friedemann, Sanders, Mark & Täube, Florian (01.10.2017). A diverse and resilient financial system for investments in the energy transition. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 28, (pp. 24-32) (9 p.).
Bruns, K., Bosma, N., Sanders, M. & Schramm, M. (01.06.2017). Searching for the existence of entrepreneurial ecosystems - a regional cross-section growth regression approach. Small Business Economics, 49 (1), (pp. 31-54) (24 p.).
  2016 - Articles
Koelbl, Barbara S, van den Broek, Machteld A, Wilting, Harry C, Sanders, Mark WJL, Bulavskaya, Tatyana, Wood, Richard, Faaij, André PC & van Vuuren, Detlef P (2016). Socio-economic impacts of low-carbon power generation portfolios - Strategies with and without CCS for the Netherlands. Applied Energy, 183, (pp. 257-277) (21 p.).
  2016 - Book parts / chapters
Bos, J.W.B., van Lamoen, R.C.R. & Sanders, M.W.J.L. (2016). Producing Innovations - Determinants of Innovativity and Efficiency. In J. Aparicio, C.A. Knox Lovell & J.T. Pastor (Eds.), Advances in Efficiency and Productivity (pp. 227-248). Springer Publishing.
  2015 - Articles
Koelbl, B.S., Wood, Richard, van den Broek, M.A., Sanders, M.W.J.L., Faaij, A.P.C. & van Vuuren, D.P. (01.11.2015). Socio-economic impacts of future electricity generation scenarios in Europe - Potential costs and benefits of using CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS). International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 42, (pp. 471-484) (14 p.).
  2015 - Book parts / chapters
Weitzel, Utz, Urbig, Diemo, Desai, Sameeksha, Sanders, Mark & Acs, Zoltan (01.12.2015). The Good, the Bad, and the Talented: Entrepreneurial Talent and Selfish Behavior. In Zoltán J. Ács (Eds.), Global Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Incentives: The Mason Years (pp. 24-41) (18 p.). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  2014 - Articles
Sanders, M. (26.02.2014). Steun de ouders die de opvang zelf willen doen. De Volkskrant [online]
  2014 - Book parts / chapters
Acs, Z. & Sanders, M. (2014). Endogenous Growth Theory and Regional Extensions. In M.M. Fisher & P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Handbook of Regional Science (pp. 193-211). Berlin: Springer.
  2013 - Articles
Sanders, M. (2013). De Economische Waarde van Solidariteit. Idee (D66), 34 (april).
Bos, J.W.B., Economidou, C. & Sanders, M. (2013). Innovation over the Industry Life Cycle; Evidence form EU Manufacturing. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 68, (pp. 78-91) (14 p.).
Sanders, M. & Weitzel, G.U. (2013). Institutions and the Allocation of Entrepreneurial Talent between Productive and Destructive Activities. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 57 (1), (pp. 41-64) (24 p.).
Benink, H., Kool, C.J.M. & Sanders, M. (16.11.2013). Kabinet moet meer doen om belastingbetaler te behoeden voor het redden van banken. Financieele Dagblad
Acs, Z. & Sanders, M.W.J.L. (2013). Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship in an Endogenous Growth Model. Small Business Economics, 41 (4), (pp. 775-795) (21 p.).
Sanders, M. (2013). Market Size or Acceleration Effects; Comparing Hypotheses to Explain Skill Biased Technical Change. Macroeconomic Dynamics (paper), 17 (4), (pp. 802-829) (28 p.).
Sanders, M., Fuss, S. & Engelen, P.J. (2013). Mobilizing private funds for carbon capture and storage: An exploratory field study in the Netherlands. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19, (pp. 595-605) (11 p.).
Coers, R. & Sanders, M. (2013). The Energy-GDP Nexus; addressing an old question with new methods. Energy Economics, 36, (pp. 708-715) (8 p.).
  2013 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, M. & Welters, R. (2013). Recruitment in Recovery. Liber Amicorum Prof. J. Muysken Maastricht: Maastricht University Press.
  2012 - Articles
Backer, J. & Sanders, M. (2012). De utopie van het sociaal-liberalisme: theorie en praktijk. Idee (D66), 33 (2).
Plantenga, J. & Sanders, M. (2012). Kwaliteitszorg en de markt voor kinderdagopvang. Economisch Statistische Berichten, 97 (4635), (pp. 301-302) (2 p.).
Bosma, N.S., Stam, E. & Sanders, M. (2012). Meten maakt Matig. Idee (D66), 33 (3).
van Egmond, N. & Sanders, M. (2012). Nieuwe Politiek voor een Nieuwe Beschaving. Idee (D66), 33 (1).
Acs, Z. & Sanders, M.W.J.L. (2012). Patents, Knowledge Spillovers and Entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 39 (4), (pp. 801-817) (17 p.).
  2011 - Articles
Bosma, N.S., Sanders, M. & Stam, E. (2011). Ambitieus ondernemen kan niet in een kooitje. Idee (D66), 32 (4), (pp. 45-49) (5 p.).
Hendriks, C. & Sanders, M. (2011). De welvaartstaat en de Gouden Kooi. Idee (D66), 33 (4).
Sanders, M. (23.11.2011). Dit kabinet is wel rechts, maar zeker niet liberaal. De Volkskrant [online]
Benink, H., Blom, P., Boot, A., van Egmond, K., Engelen, E., Klamer, A., Sanders, M., Schenk, E.J.J., Sent, E.M., van Staveren, I., van Tilburg, R., de Vries, B. & Wijffels, H. (2011). Maak financiële sector weer veilig en simpel. De Volkskrant [online] (26 november).
Sanders, M. (19.09.2011). Regering speculeert met belastinggeld. De Volkskrant [online]
Audretsch, D., Aldridge, T. & Sanders, M.W.J.L. (2011). Social Capital Building and New Business Formation: A Case Study in Silicon Valley. International Small Business Journal, 29 (2), (pp. 152-169) (18 p.).
Sanders, M. (24.11.2011). Voer Eurobonds in, maar dan wel eerlijk. De Volkskrant [online]
  2011 - Books
van Witteloostuijn, A., Hendriks, C. & Sanders, M. (2011). De Ordening op Orde. Den Haag: Mr. Hans van Mierlo Stichting.
  2011 - Book parts / chapters
Acs, Z. & Sanders, M. (2011). A theory of entrepreneurial rents in endogenous growth: implications for re-gional innovation policies. In R. Stimson, R. Stough & P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Endogenous Regional Development (pp. 142-159) (18 p.). Cheltenham UK, Northampton MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Audretsch, D. & Sanders, M. (2011). Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Development. In E. Szirmai, W. Naude & M. Goedhuys (Eds.), Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Development (pp. 2) (1 p.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2010 - Articles
Weitzel, G.U., Urbig, D., Desai, S., Acs, Z. & Sanders, M. (2010). ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Talented: Entrepreneurial Talent and Other-Regarding Behavior’. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 76 (1), (pp. 64-81) (18 p.).
Everhardt, V., Rollingswier, R. & Sanders, M. (2010). Bijstand met Verstand. Idee (D66), 31 (januari).
van Witteloostuijn, A. & Sanders, M. (2010). Gezocht: het beste ordeningsprincipe voor markt en overheid. Idee (D66), 31 (april).
van Witteloostuijn, A. & Sanders, M. (2010). Gezocht: het beste ordeningsprincipe voor markt en overheid. Me Judice, 22 maart.
Sanders, M. (2010). Hervorming van het Deposito Garantiestelsel: Zoeken naar Veiligheid, Waken voor Protectionisme. Me Judice, 18 april.
  2009 - Articles
Sanders, M. (2009). De Tyranny of Need en het Basisinkomen. Idee (D66), 30, (pp. 40-44) (5 p.).
Sanders, M. (2009). Wie heeft er energie voor een klimaatprobleem?. AElementair, 8 (2), (pp. 19-22) (4 p.).
  2008 - Book parts / chapters
Sanders, J. & Sanders, M. (2008). HR als Sluiswachter: Managen van Personeelsstromen op en tussen de Interne en Externe Arbeidsmarkt. In F. Kluijtmans (Eds.), Bedrijfskundige Aspecten van HRM (pp. 149-176) (28 p.). Groningen: Noordhoff Uitgevers BV.
Keilbach, M. & Sanders, M. (2008). The Contribution of Entrepreneurship to Economic Growth. In D. Audretsch & M Keilbach (Eds.), Sustaining Entrepreneurship and Growth; Lessons in Policy and Industry Inno-vations from Germany and India (pp. 7-26) (20 p.). New York: Springer Science and Business Media.
  2007 - Articles
Sanders, M. (2007). American Dream of voor een dubbeltje geboren; filantropie en het sociaal contract. Idee (D66)
Sanders, M. (2007). Kenniseconomie en Open Samenleving. Idee (D66)
Sanders, M. (2007). The Origin of Technical Change; Knowlege Generation, Opportunities and Entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 28 (4), (pp. 339-354) (16 p.).
  2007 - Visiting an external academic institution
Sanders, M.W.J.L. (25.03.2007 25.04.2007) Visiting researcher George Mason University Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.A.
Sanders, M.W.J.L. (16.07.2007) Visiting researcher Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  2006 - Articles
Andringa, E.B., Levie, S & Sanders, M. (2006). Het buitenland bekeken. Vijf internationale auteurs door Nederlandse ogen (1900-2000). Nederlandse Letterkunde, 11 (3), (pp. 197-210) (14 p.).
  2005 - Books
Sanders, M. (2005). Technology and the decline of Unskilled labour demand: A Theoretical Analysis of the US and European Labour Markets. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  0 - Prize (including medals and awards)
Sanders, M.W.J.L. 2013 Recipient TKI senior research price 2013
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Project:
Deep decarbonization of the energy system: Towards Industry with Negative Emissions
01.01.2018 to 31.12.2021
General project description 

This hub addresses one of the big open question within Deep Decarbonization of the Energy System, namely the decarbonization of Industry. The energy transition is well underway and gathering pace as far as electric renewables and electrification are concerned. However, it is still unclear how industry will deal with the carbon it needs for fuel and feedstock, when total CO2 (and other GHG) emissions must be brought down to zero around mid-century to meet the Paris target. It will even be necessary for Industry to deliver negative emissions, to offset unavoidable emissions in other sectors. How to achieve this transformation in the decades to come is the challenge that this Hub takes on.


It does so on the understanding that technical options abound, but are in aggregate insufficient or unattractive, warranting the study of new options. Within the hub programme we focus on two promising options: biofuels options with negative emissions, and the use of the subsurface to achieve negative emissions.  


Against the backdrop of this evolving landscape of existing and new technical options, society has to create the conditions under which the required investment decisions can be made now. This involves creating new infrastructure, regulatory frameworks and governance structures that reduce the long-term non-technical risk that now prevents industry to invest. 


This hub brings together a broad group of researchers with an equally broad group from industry, government and civil society. We aim to develop a shared understanding and a shared narrative of how to deliver this the energy transition in industry. The focus will be on the Netherlands. This regional specificity is crucial to answer the central question of industry transformation. But as one small, open and industrialized economy, the results will have relevance for industry transitions


globally.https://www.uu.nl/en/research/sustainability/research/towards-industry-with-negative-emissions


 

Role Researcher Funding
Utrecht University
Project members UU
Project:
IRIS - Integrated and Replicable solutions for co-creation in Sustainable cities
01.10.2017 to 30.09.2022
General project description 

Urban environments are accelerating their transformation towards cleaner, friendlier places able to respect and use resources more efficiently. Across Europe, cities are blending social innovation, engineering and ICT excellence and smart technologies to help reach these goals. IRIS is at the forefront of this change and announce itself as the newest addition to the European Commission Smart Cities and Communities (SCC) lighthouse projects. The project has been developed around three lighthouse cities - Utrecht (The Netherlands, coordinator), Nice (France), and Gothenburg (Sweden) - who will work as collaborators and test-beds for follower cities Vaasa (Finland), Alexandroupolis (Greece), Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain) and Focsani (Romania). Each city will draw upon a mix of universities and research organisations, local authorities, innovation agencies and private expertise to accelerate entire communities to adopt ambitious energy, mobility and ICT initiatives.

Role Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU

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BSc.:

ECB1MACR: Macro Economics

UCSSCECO32: Economic Growth

GEO2-4211: Natural Hazards

MSc.:

ECRMMDA: Multidisciplinary Macroeconomcs

ECMENE: Energy and Environmental Economics

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Additional functions and activities
  • Treasurer Stichting OOK (parental daycare organisation)
  • Associate Editor IDEE (journal of Hans van Mierlo Foundation, social-liberals D66)
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Full name
Dr. M.W.J.L. Sanders Contact details
Adam Smith Hall

Kriekenpitplein 21-22
3584 EC  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Postal address
P.O. Box 80125
3508 TC    UTRECHT
The Netherlands
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Last updated 08.02.2018