Adam Booij is assistant professor at the Amsterdam School of Economics of the University of Amsterdam (UvA). He obtained a PhD in behavioural economics in 2009, and since then focussed on issues in education that are at the intersection of both economics & psychology, and policy & research. His main research topics are student-finance, -matching, and -peer effects in higher education, and gifted education in high school. He teaches a graduate course on applied microeconometric methods, and an undergraduate course on empirical design and statistics. He is affiliated to the Tinbergen Institute, and previously worked at TIER-UvA and the Dutch Teachers and Policymakers Academy.

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Phone: +31 20 5255024
Location: UvA, E6.24

Selected publications

The Role of Information in the Take-up of Student Loans, A. Booij, E. Leuven, H. Oosterbeek, Economics of Education Review 2012

Selected workingpapers


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