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Home | People | Mathieu Steijn
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Mathieu Steijn

Candidate Fellow

University
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research field
Spatial Economics
Interests
Inequality, Labor, Poverty, Regional and Urban Economics

Biography

Mathieu Steijn is assistant professor in urban economics at the Vrije Universiteit. Mathieu is fascinated by the unequal distribution of human activity across space and its repercussions on the lives of different socioeconomic groups. Recently, he is focusing on the role of local social infrastructure in the opportunities for social mobility in the Netherlands.

List of publications

Steijn, MathieuP.A., Balland, P.A., Boschma, R. and Rigby, DavidL. (2023). Technological diversification of U.S. cities during the great historical crises Journal of Economic Geography, 23(6):1303--1344.

Steijn, MathieuP.A., Koster, HansR.A. and Van Oort, FrankG. (2022). The dynamics of industry agglomeration: Evidence from 44 years of coagglomeration patterns Journal of Urban Economics, 130:.