Prostitution in Amsterdam has a long history, and for a long time the Wallen area has been viewed as a great example of tolerance and freedom. However, the demand for prostitution also results in [...]
Why do shops cluster in shopping streets? This was the main question that Hans Koster, Ilias Pasidis and Jos van Ommeren addressed in their paper ‘Shopping externalities and retail concentration: [...]
The Master in Spatial-, Transport, and Environmental Economics is a one-year master programme worth 60 EC credits. The programme offers you the possibility to specialise in spatial, transport or environmental economics. There is also the possibility to follow separate courses.