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Justus is a PhD candidate in Finance at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW). He obtained his BSc and MSc degrees at the Universities of Bonn and Mannheim, respectively, and followed the first year PhD courses at the Tinbergen Institute. Before joining VU, he worked in the Advisory Department of KPMG Frankfurt on Banking Risk. His research on contagion in financial and social networks is conducted in close collaboration with the Dutch central bank and the DIW.

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Education/Academic qualification

Economics, Master, University of Mannheim

2 Sep 201331 Jul 2015


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Solar radiation Engineering & Materials Science
Economic and social effects Engineering & Materials Science
Social interaction Business & Economics
Renewable energy Business & Economics
Radiation Business & Economics
Municipalities Business & Economics

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Research Output 2019 2019

Indirect interconnectedness - Portfolio overlap in the euro area

Inhoffen, J. H., Wierts, P., van Lelyveld, I. P. P. & Bootsma, N., 4 Feb 2019, Global Monitoring Report on Non-Bank Financial Intermediation 2018. Basel: Financial Stability Board, p. 36-38 3 p. Box 3-1

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Open Access

Minimum prices and social interactions: Evidence from the German renewable energy program

Inhoffen, J., Siemroth, C. & Zahn, P., Feb 2019, In : Energy Economics. 78, p. 350-364 15 p.

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Open Access
Solar radiation
Economic and social effects
Social interaction
Renewable energy