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Home | Events Archive | Dutch Network Economics Day

Dutch Network Economics Day

  • Speaker(s)
    Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge), Christine Gutekunst (Maastricht University), Jean-Jacques Herings (Maastricht University), Robin Lumsdaine (Erasmus University Rotterdam),Danilo Spinola (Maastricht University), et al.
  • Field
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  • Date and time

    October 16, 2020
    13:00 - 18:00

Network Economics is a prominent new research approach towards economic research. Rather than treating markets as anonymous, this approach takes into account who interacts with whom in markets and organizations, leading to new insights on the emergence of economic crises, market inefficiencies and inequality.

Also, in The Netherlands more and more economists have been applying the network approach in their research. For the second time, we bring together Dutch network economists, and give them the opportunity to get acquainted with each other and each other’s work.

Because of Covid19, this year the event will be organized online.

Organizers: Michael Konig, Ines Lindner and René van den Brink
Tinbergen Institute and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Attendance is free, but registration is required. If you would like to attend, please register here.


13:00 – 14:20 Session 1
Pieter Gautier (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Matching on Networks

Jean-Jacques Herings (Maastricht University)
Matching with Myopic and Farsighted Players

Christine Gutekunst (Maastricht University)
Bargaining on a Network: Evidence from an Artefactual Field Experiment

Rick Quax (University of Amsterdam)
Complexity thinking: how Financial Networks can lead to Systemic Instability

14:20 – 14:35 Break

14:35 – 15:55 Session 2
Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge)
The Balance of Power

Jeroen Bruggeman (University of Amsterdam)
The Micro Dynamics of Violent Groups in Urban Settings: An Ising model applied to Video Footage

Michael König (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Networks in Syrian Conflict

Diego Garlaschelli (Leiden University)
Financial Network Reconstruction from Partial Information

15:55 – 16:10 Break

16:10 – 17:30 Session 3
Carolina Mattsson (Leiden University)
Networks of Money flow at High Resolution

Justus Inhoffen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Crowding of International Mutual Fund

Danilo Spinola (Maastricht University)
Macroeconomic impact of public and private R&D networks

Robin Lumsdaine (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
The Coincidence of Sectoral Slowdowns in the UK: Comparing Transmission
Probabilities and Economic Linkages

17:30 – 18:00 Social talk