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Ines Lindner is associate professor of Mathematical Economics at the Department of Econometrics/OR at the Vrije Univerisiteit Amsterdam. She graduated from the University of Hamburg as Diplom-Mathematikerin in 1998 and completed her Ph.D. in Mathematical Economics in 2003.
Before joining VU Amsterdam in 2007, she held the positions at CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain (BE), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey (USA) and Utrecht School of Economics.
She has published in leading economics journals (Journal of Development Economics, Social Networks) and is Tinbergen Institute Research Fellow.
Ines is the head of SBE Innovation Center which was nominated for the VU Innovation Price is 2015. In 2017, she is again nominated for this price with the project Online Summer Prep-Campus SBE (to be announced 20.10.2017).
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Social and Economic Networks, Collective action, Theory and Measurement of Voting Power.
Courses Undergraduate Level
SBE Online Summer Prep-Course, bachelor of Economics, Business Administration & International Business Administration, Philosphy and Politics in Economics
Mathematical Economics II, bachelor of Econometrics & OR
Methods of PPE I (with Rene van den Brink and Lieven Decock), bachelor People in Philosphy, Politics and Economics, VU
Introduction to Mathematical Economics, bachelor of Econometrics & OR
Courses Graduate Level
The Economics of Networks (with Marco van der Leij), Tinbergen Institute
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Research output: Scientific › Working paper
Research output: Scientific - peer-review › Article