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The Microeceonomics section covers a very broad area in the field of microeconomics, such as experiments, internal corporate organisation, how markets operate and the effects of education on the labour market.

The section is formed by 3 fields of study: Experimental & Political Economics (CREED), Human Capital, and Markets & Organization. Each of these fields is represented in a research programme.

Research programmes of the Microeconomics section

  • Markets & Organizations

    The Markets & Organizations (M&O) research programme joins researchers interested in studying the effective functioning of markets and organisations. Aim is on improving our understanding of the working of markets and organisations in capturing the economic benefits from collective action and identifying as well as evaluating (policy) interventions that may improve market or organisational performance.

Contact information

If you have a question about the section’s research, faculty members, vacancies etc., please contact the head of the section, Prof. Randolph Sloof.

Prof. dr. R. (Randolph) Sloof

Head of section Microeconomics