Imagine you are a policy-maker in a city with growing travel demands and persistent socioeconomic inequality: How might you use your transport budget to tackle both problems at once? My co-author [...]
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.