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Jos van Ommeren

Research Fellow

University
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Researchgroup
Spatial Economics
Interests
regional and urban economics, transport economics

Key publications

List of publications

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, Jos. 2018. Place-based policies and the housing market. Review of Economics and Statistics, 0034-6535

de Jong, Gerben and Christiaan Behrens and van Ommeren, Jos. 2018. Airline loyalty (programs) across borders: A geographic discontinuity approach. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2018, 1--22, 0167-7187

Ioannis Tikoudis and Verhoef, Erik T. and van Ommeren, Jos N.. 2018. Second-best urban tolls in a monocentric city with housing market regulations. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 117, 342--359, 0191-2615

E. Inci and van Ommeren, J.N. and Martijn Kobus. 2017. The external cruising costs of parking. Journal of Economic Geography, 17, 1301, 1468-2702

A. Mouwen and van Ommeren, J.. 2016. The effect of contract renewal and competitive tendering on public transport costs, subsidies and ridership. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 87, 78--89, 0965-8564

M.W. Adler and van Ommeren, J.. 2016. Does public transit reduce car travel externalities? Quasi-natural experiments' evidence from transit strikes. Journal of Urban Economics, 92, 106--119, 0094-1190

A. Dimitropoulos and van Ommeren, J.N. and P.R. Koster and P. Rietveld. 2016. Not fully charged: Welfare effects of tax incentives for employer-provided electric cars. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 78, 1--19, 0095-0696

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2016. Historic amenities, income and sorting of households. Journal of Economic Geography, 16, 203--236, 1468-2702

Gutierrez Puigarnau, E. and I. Mulalic and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2016. Do rich households live farther away from their workplaces?. Journal of Economic Geography, 16, 177--201, 1468-2702

van Ommeren, J. and van der Vlist, A.J.. 2016. Households' willingness to pay for public housing. Journal of Urban Economics, 92, 91--105, 0094-1190

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2015. A Shaky Business: Natural Gas Extraction, Earthquakes and House Prices. European Economic Review, 80, 120--139, 0014-2921

I. Tikoudis and E.T. Verhoef and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2015. On revenue recycling and the welfare effects of second-best congestion pricing in a monocentric city. Journal of Urban Economics, 89, 32--47, 0094-1190

M.B.W. Kobus and P. Rietveld and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2015. Student commute time, university presence and academic achievement. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 52, 129--140, 0166-0462

I. Mulalic and van Ommeren, J.N. and N. Pilegaard. 2014. Wages and commuting: quasi-natural experiments' evidence from firms that relocate. Economic Journal, 124, 1086--1105, 0013-0133

van Ommeren, J.N. and G. Russo. 2014. Firm recruitment behaviour: sequential or non-sequential search?. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 76, 432--455, 0305-9049

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2014. Agglomeration Economies and Productivity: A Structural Estimation Approach Using Commercial Rents. Economica, 81, 63--85, 0013-0427

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2014. Estimation of semiparametric sorting models: Explaining geographical concentration of business services. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 44, 14--28, 0166-0462

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2014. Is the sky the limit? High-rise buildings and office rents. Journal of Economic Geography, 14, 125--153, 1468-2702

Y. Kantor and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2014. Towards a general theory of mixed zones: The role of congestion. Journal of Urban Economics, 83, 50--58, 0094-1190

van Ommeren, J.N. and de Groote, J. and G. Mingardo. 2014. Residential parking permits and parking supply. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 45, 33--44, 0166-0462

M. Sabir and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2013. Weather to travel to the beach. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 58, 79--86, 0965-8564

A. Dimitropoulos and P. Rietveld and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2013. Consumer valuation of changes in driving range: A meta-analysis. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 55, 27--45, 0965-8564

M.B.W. Kobus and Gutierrez Puigarnau, E. and P. Rietveld and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2013. The on-street parking premium and car drivers' choice between street and garage parking. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 43, 395--403, 0166-0462

van Ommeren, J.N. and Graaf-de Zijl, M.. 2013. Estimating household demand for housing attributes in rent-controlled markets. Journal of Housing Economics, 22, 11--19, 1051-1377

van Ommeren, J.N. and Gutierrez Puigarnau, E.. 2013. Distortionary company car taxation: deadweight losses through increased car ownership. Empirical Economics, 45, 1189--1204, 0377-7332

van Ommeren, J.N. and D.J.C. Wentink. 2012. The (hidden) costs of employer parking policies. International Economic Review, 53, 965--978, 0020-6598

van Ommeren, J.N. and D. Wentink and P. Rietveld. 2012. Empirical evidence on cruising for parking. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 46, 123--130, 0965-8564

O.E. Jonkeren and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2012. Freight prices, fuel prices and speed. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 46, 1--14, 0022-5258

H.R.A. Koster and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2012. Bombs, Boundaries and Buildings: A Regression Discontinuity Design to Measure Costs of Housing Supply Restrictions. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42, 631--641, 0166-0462

Gutierrez Puigarnau, E. and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2012. Start time and worker compensation: implications for staggered-hours programs. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 46, 205--220, 0022-5258

J. Rouwendal and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2011. Urban labor economics, by Yves Zenou. Journal of Regional Science, 51, 197--199, 0022-4146

Gutierrez Puigarnau, E. and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2011. Welfare effects of distortionary fringe benefits taxation: The case of employer-provided cars. International Economic Review, 0020-6598

van Ommeren, J.N. and M. Koopman. 2011. Public housing and the value of apartment quality to households. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 41, 207--213, 0166-0462

van Ommeren, J.N. and Gutierrez Puigarnau, E.. 2011. Are workers with a long commute less productive? An empirical analysis of absenteeism. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 41, 1--8, 0166-0462

O.E. Jonkeren and E. Demirel and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2011. Endogenous transport prices and trade imbalances. Journal of Economic Geography, 11, 509--527, 1468-2702

van Ommeren, J.N. and D.J.C. Wentink and J.E.C. Dekkers. 2011. The real price of parking policies. Journal of Urban Economics, 70, 25--31, 0094-1190

Gutierrez Puigarnau, E. and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2010. Labour supply and commuting. Journal of Urban Economics, 68, 82--89, 0094-1190

E. Demirel and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2010. A matching model for the backhaul problem. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 44, 549--561, 0191-2615

van Ommeren, J.N. and M. Fosgerau. 2009. Workers' marginal costs of commuting. Journal of Urban Economics, 65, 38--47, 0094-1190

X. Zhu and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2009. Indirect benefits of infrastructure improvement in the case of an imperfect labor market. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 43, 57--72, 0191-2615

W. Vermeulen and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2009. Does land use planning shape regional economies? A simultaneous analysis of housing supply. Journal of Housing Economics, 18, 294--310, 1051-1377

van Ommeren, J.N. and van der Straaten, J.W.. 2008. The effects of search imperfections on commuting behavior: evidence from employed and self-employed workers. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 38, 127--147, 0166-0462

W. Vermeulen and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2008. Compensation of regional unemployment in housing markets. Economica, 76, 71--88, 0013-0427

van Ommeren, J.N. and M. Hazans. 2008. The workers' value of the remaining employment contract duration. Economica, 75, 116--136, 0013-0427

F. Grazi and van den Bergh, J.C.J.M. and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2008. An empirical analysis of urban form, transport, and global warming. Energy Journal, 29, 97--122, 0195-6574

M. Larsen and N. Pilegaard and van Ommeren, J.N.. 2008. Congestion and residential moving behavior. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 38, 378--387, 0166-0462

O.E. Jonkeren and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2007. Climate Change and Inland Waterway Transport:Welfare Effects of the Low Water Levels on the River Rhine. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 41, 1--25, 0022-5258

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2007. Compensation for Commuting in Imperfect Urban Markets. Papers in Regional Science, 86, 241--259, 1056-8190

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2007. Commuting and Reimbursement of Residential Relocation Costs. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 41, 1--23, 0022-5258

van Ommeren, J.N. and van der Vlist, A.J. and P. Nijkamp. 2006. Transport-related fringe benefits: implications for moving and the journey to work. Journal of Regional Science, 46, 493--506, 0022-4146

van Ommeren, J.N. and J. Dargay. 2006. The optimal choice of commuting speed: consequences for commuting time, distance and costs. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 40, 279--296, 0022-5258

X. Zhu and van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2006. The Surplus Equivalence Problem in the Case of Infrastructure Improvement with an Imperfect Labour Market. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 0022-5258

van Ommeren, J.N. and van Leuvensteijn, M.. 2005. New evidence of the effect of transaction costs on residential mobility. Journal of Regional Science, 681--702, 0022-4146

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld. 2005. The commuting time paradox. Journal of Urban Economics, 58, 437--454, 0094-1190

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld and P. Nijkamp. 2002. A bivariate duration model for job mobility of two-earner households. European Journal of Operational Research, 137, 574--587, 0377-2217

van Ommeren, J.N. and van den Berg, G.J. and C. Gorter. 2000. Estimating the Marginal Willingness to Pay for Commuting. Journal of Regional Science, 40, 541--563, 0022-4146

C. Gorter and van Ommeren, J.N.. 1999. Sequencing, timing and filling rates of recruitment channels. Applied Economics, 31, 1149--1160, 0003-6846

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld and P. Nijkamp. 1999. Job Moving, Residential Moving, and Commuting: A Search Perspective.. Journal of Urban Economics, 46, 230--253, 0094-1190

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld and P. Nijkamp. 1998. Spatial Moving Behaviour of Two-earner Households. Journal of Regional Science, 38, 23--41, 0022-4146

van Ommeren, J.N. and P. Rietveld and P. Nijkamp. 1997. Commuting: In Search of Jobs and Residences. Journal of Urban Economics, 42, 402--421, 0094-1190