|Course level||Advanced Bachelor, open to Master students, PhD staff and professionals|
|Session 1||4 July to 18 July 2020|
|Recommended course combination||Amsterdam in Global Capitalism: 1500-present, Corporate Leadership, Fintech and Emerging Financing Models in a Dynamic World, , Foundations of Strategy: How to Succeed as a Strategist, New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurship, Operations Research|
|Co-ordinating lecturer||Henri L.F. de Groot
|Other lecturers||Stuart Donovan
|Form(s) of tuition||Lectures, excursions, discussions, online learning
|Form(s) of assessment||• Paper [70%]
• Presentation [20%]
• Participation [10%]
|Tuition fee||€1150, read more about what's included.|
Henri L. F. de Groot is professor in Regional Economic Dynamics at the Department of Spatial Economics, where he is heavily involved in the BSc programme in Economics and the MSc Programme in ‘Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics’. Henri is widely-published in international peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes; his current research deals with urban and regional economics; agglomeration and trade; energy and environmental economics; technology adoption; and meta-analysis. Henri has been involved in various research projects for the World Bank and the European Commission.
Stuart Donovan holds masters degrees in engineering and economics and is currently a PhD Candidate at the Department of Spatial Economics, where he is being supervised by Henri L. F. de Groot. In his PhD, Stuart is researching agglomeration economies; location choice; and regional economic performance. Stuart’s research is informed by 12-years’ experience working as a consultant in the transport industry in New Zealand and Australia, where he was involved in economic appraisal, policy development, and transport planning, allowing him to link academic research with professional practice.