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Jos van Ommeren (1966) studied Econometrics at the London School of Economics, United Kingdom and the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and received his PhD in Economics at the VU University Amsterdam in 1996. He worked at the Dutch Central Bank, the Netherlands, the European University Institute, Italy, University College London, United Kingdom, Cranfield University, United Kingdom, Frisch Centre, Norway. Since 2001 he has been employed at the VU University Amsterdam. He is a fellow of the Tinbergen Institute.

My inaugural speech (in Dutch) / mijn oratie

Over Falend en Succesvol Parkeerbeleid (pdf)
Presentatie (ppt)


Urban Economics


Urban Economics and Transport Economics

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Research Output 1996 2018

Loyalty programs

Urban form and the labor market

Kantor, Y. 2018 Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute. 119 p.

Research output: ThesisPhD Thesis - Research VU, graduation VU

Open Access

Place-based policies and the housing market

Koster, H. R. A. & van Ommeren, J. N. 2017 Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute, 57 p.(Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper; no. 17-008/VIII)

Research output: Working paper

The external cruising costs of parking

Inci, E., van Ommeren, J. N. & Kobus, M. 2017 In : Journal of Economic Geography. 17, 6, p. 1301 1323 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

traffic congestion