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Cees Withagen (1950) got his master’s degree at Tilburg University in 1974 in Econometrics with a specialisation in mathematical economics. In 1984 he got his PhD degree at Tilburg University (cum laude). Currently, he is professor of environmental economics at VU University Amsterdam, Department of Spatial Economics in the School of Business and Economics. He is also fellow of Tinbergen Institute and CentER (Tilburg University).

Research

Resource economics, environmental economics and international trade, sustainability, green income accounting, backstop technologies, Porter's hypothesis, evolutionary economics.

Teaching

Environmental economics (classes and thesis supervision)

Grants

ERC Advanced Grant for "Combating Climate Change: The Political Economy of Green Paradoxes", 2011

ERC GP Research Proposal

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