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Marjan Hofkes is full Professor of Environmental Economics at Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, School of Business and Economics (SBE) and Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM). Additionally, she serves as Head of Studies Economics of the new Bachelor programme Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at VU Amsterdam. In that capacity she is also member of the management team of the John Stuart Mill College (JSM) in which the PPE programme is embedded.

Marjan Hofkes obtained her doctoral degree in Econometrics in 1987 (cum laude) and she received her PhD in Mathematical Economics in 1991, from VU Amsterdam.

She is former head of the department of Environmental Economics of IVM, former acting director and chair of the management board of the same institute as well as former deputy director of IVM. Previously, she was a policy advisor to the Minister of Finance. Among other advisory roles, she was member of the committee on Sustainable Development of the Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER).

Research

Summary

Marjan Hofkes has extensive research and research management experience across a number of fields, including economic modelling, economic growth, labour market economics and income policy, ranging from pure academic to policy supporting research. Her more recent research focuses on the economics of sustainable development, environment-economy trade-offs and economic effects of floods. She was one of the founders of TPEdigitaal, a Dutch electronic journal of Political Economy

 

Research interest

Economic Modelling, Environmental Economics, Environment-Economy Trade-off, Green Accounting, Economics of Sustainable Development, Economic Effects of Floods.

 

Supervision of PhD students

Graduated: Trond G. Husby (defended 22 February 2016), In Chang Hwang (defended 10 December 2014), Samuel J. Okullo (defended 24 June 2013), Thijs Dekker (defended 18 September 2012), Rob Dellink (defended 27 November 2003; co-supervisor), Peter Mulder (defended 6 November 2003; co-supervisor).

Current: Derk van Ree, Andreas Coester, Theodorus Chatzivasileiadis, Brian Colgan. 

Teaching

Courses taught at Bachelor level: Academic Skills, Economic Challenges, Ethics, Inclusive Growth and Sustainability, Price Theory, Research Seminar Spatial Economics.

Courses taught at Master level: Environmental Policy and Technological Change, Sustainability and Growth.

Prizes and Awards

2001: Hennipman Award 2001 for the best bi-annual article in ‘De Economist’. 

Grants

Several grants, obtained from Dutch (BSIK, Kennis voor Klimaat, KNAW, several Ministries, NWO, RMNO, WRR) as well as international (European Commission, International Human Dimensions Programme on global environmental change (IHDP)) research programmes.  

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Research Output 1990 2018

An optimal mix of conventional power systems in the presence of renewable energy: A new design for the German electricity market

Coester, A., Hofkes, M. W. & Papyrakis, E., May 2018, In : Energy Policy. 116, May, p. 312-322 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

electricity
Power plants
power plant
market
energy

Economics of renewable energy expansion and security of supply: A dynamic simulation of the German electricity market

Coester, A., Hofkes, M. W. & Papyrakis, E., 2 Oct 2018, In : Applied Energy. 231, p. 1268-1284 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

electricity
Economics
market
Computer simulation
economics

Flood Protection and Endogenous Sorting of Households: the role of credit constraints

Husby, T. G., de Groot, H. L. F., Hofkes, M. & Filatova, T., 1 Feb 2018, In : Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 23, 2, p. 147-168 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access
sorting
return period
flood protection
household
credit

Systematic Sensitivity Analysis of the Full Economic Impacts of Sea Level Rise

Chatzivasileiadis, T., Estrada, F., Hofkes, M. W. & Tol, R. S. J., 13 Jan 2018, In : Computational Economics. p. 1-35 35 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access
Sea level
Sensitivity analysis
Economics
Productivity
Decomposition

Economics of a new German market design for conventional power plants

Coester, A., Hofkes, M. W. & Papyrakis, E., 2017, Amsterdam: IVM-VU, (IVM Report; vol. 17/3)

Research output: Working paperProfessional

Activities 1997 2016

  • 16 Lecture / Presentation
  • 4 Editorial work
  • 4 Membership

The Drivers of Green Growth

Hofkes, M. W. (Speaker), Verbruggen, H. (Speaker)
24 Aug 2016

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Tijdschrift voor Openbare Financien (Journal)

Bartelsman, E. J. (Member of editorial board), Gradus, R. H. J. M. (Member of editorial board), Hofkes, M. W. (Member of editorial board)
2012

Activity: Peer review and Editorial workEditorial workAcademic

Lid VROM-raad (External organisation)

Hofkes, M. W. (Member)
2008

Activity: MembershipAcademic