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    1082 MS Amsterdam


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Devi Brands is a PhD candidate at the department of Spatial Economics.


Research project:

Behavioural modelling of peak-hour commuting behaviour: stated and revealed preference approaches


Applied Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, Environmental Economics, Inequality, Transport Economics.

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Research Output 2015 2019

Tradable permits to manage urban mobility: market design and experimental implementation

Brands, D. K., Verhoef, E., Knockaert, J. S. A. & Koster, P. R., 2019, 007/VIII ed., Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute, 18 p. (TI Discussion Paper Series; vol. 2019, no. 007/VIII).

Research output: Working paperAcademic

Cost-effective restoration measures that promote wider ecosystem and societal benefits

Brouwer, R., Kuik, O. J., Sheremet, O., Jiang, Y., Brands, D. K., Gerdes, H., Lago, M., Hinzmann, M., Angelopoulos, N., Coxw, I., Nichersu, I., Reichert, P., Logar, I., Paillex, A., Schuwirth, N., Lehtoranta, V., Aroviita, J., Garcia de Jalon, D. & Gonzalez del Tanago, M., 2015, Delft: EU FP7 REFORM project. 110 p. (Deliverable; no. D5.2)

Research output: Book / ReportReportAcademic