Combustion of fossil fuels (oil, gas, and coal) contributes to climate change by generating carbon emissions. Because the effect of fossil fuels on climate change is not taken into account by the [...]
Living Apart Together: The economic value of ethnic diversity in cities Why are cosmopolitan cities like New York, London, and Amsterdam attractive residential locations? Apart from the fact that [...]
In many countries, vast amounts of public money are invested to preserve historic buildings. In the Netherlands, for example, total public expenditures on renovation subsidies have been more than [...]
Providing parking permits to residents (and companies) is standard procedure in Dutch parking policy. Issuing parking permits takes different forms: in many areas permits are no longer granted to [...]
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.