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Academic partners and visiting scholars

Academic partners

Prominent university researchers who regularly work together with CPB staff in writing academic papers and who are prepared to participate as advisors to CPB research may be offered an appointment as academic partner. Such appointments lend a formal status to such collaborative efforts, and also express CPB's commitment to these forms of cooperation. Academic partners are appointed within one of the sectors at CPB for a period of one year, with the option of extending the appointment.

Current academic partners:

  • prof.dr. S. Cnossen, email, Sector 1,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof.dr. Koen Caminada (UL), email, Sector 1
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof.dr. Lex Meijdam (UvT), email, Sector 1, 
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. mr. E. Verhulp (non-economic, UvA), email, Sector 1
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. dr. Dirk Schoenmaker (EUR), email, Sector 2
    Partner until 1 Januari 2019
  • Prof. dr. Robert Inklaar (RUG), email, Sector 2
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. dr. Clemens Kool (UL), email, Sector 2
    Partner until 1 August 2020
  • Prof. dr. W. van Dijk, (UL) , email, Sector 2
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof.dr. Casper van Ewijk (UvA), email, Sector 3,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof.dr. Dinand Webbink (EUR), email, Sector 3,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof. dr. P.W.C. Koning (UL), email, Sector 3,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof. Dr. S. Haring (non-economic, UL), email, Sector 3,
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. dr. M. Goos (UU), email, Sector 3
    Partner until 31 December 2018   
  • Prof.dr. Erik Schut (EUR), email, Sector 4,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof.dr. Robert Dur (EUR), email, Sector 4,
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. mr. A. Gerbrandy (non-economic, UU), email, Sector 4,
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. dr. A.R. Soetevent (RUG), email, Sector 4
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof. dr. Maarten Allers (RUG), email, Sector 5,
    Partner until 31 December 2018
  • Prof.dr. Steven Brakman (RUG), email, Sector 5,
    Partner until 31 December 2019
  • Prof. dr. D.P. van Soest (UVT), email, Sector 5,
    Partner until 31 December 2019

For more information about our academic partners' program, please contact Jeroen Hinloopen.

Visiting scholar program

CPB offers a stimulating and professional research environment for researchers from the Netherlands and abroad. Our 'visiting scholar' program aims to add to the knowledge base of CPB, with an emphasis on carrying out research on the most important research topics of the bureau.

The period of time a visiting scholar stays at CPB is flexible, and is determined on an individual basis. Programs generally run between one week and a few months. It is also possible to arrange a part-time program or to split up a visit into two or more shorter stays.

Visiting scholars collaborate on predefined research projects with one or more CPB staff members. Project results are published in the CPB Discussion Paper series. In addition to their research activities, visiting scholars may also prepare seminars and provide intensive courses. These tasks, their planning and other requirements will be delineated beforehand.

Compensation

Visiting scholars are compensated according to their qualifications. Accommodation in The Hague, if necessary, can be arranged by CPB. Travel expenses and accommodation will be covered.

Applications

Researchers from universities and other research institutes are invited to apply for a position as visiting scholar at CPB. Please send us a letter describing your motivation for applying and the kind of research project that you would like to carry out at CPB. Keep in mind that the research must coincide with (one of) the research themes of CPB. The proposal should also indicate when and for how long you would like to participate in the visiting scholar program.

Applications and enquiries may be directed to: info@cpb.nl

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