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8 The Tinbergen Institute is the Institute for Economic Research, which was founded in 1987 by the Faculties of Economics and Econometrics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Amsterdam and VU University Amsterdam. The Institute is named after the late Professor Jan Tinbergen, Dutch Nobel Prize laureate in economics in The Tinbergen Institute is located in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The following books recently appeared in the Tinbergen Institute Research Series: 419. L. RATNOVSKI, A Random Walk Down the Lombard Street: Essays on Banking R.P. NICOLAI, Maintenance models for systems subject to measurable deterioration R.K. ANDADARI, Local clusters in global value chains, a case study of wood furniture clusters in Central Java (Indonesia) V. KARTSEVA, Designing Controls for Network Organizations: A Value-Based Approach J. ARTS, Essays on New Product Adoption and Diffusion A. BABUS, Essays on Networks: Theory and Applications M. VAN DER VOORT, Modelling Credit Derivatives G. GARITA, Financial Market Liberalization and Economic Growth E. BEKKERS, Essays on Firm Heterogeneity and Quality in International Trade H. LEAHU, Measure-Valued Differentiation for Finite Products of Measures: Theory and Applications G. BALTUSSEN, New Insights into Behavioral Finance W. VERMEULEN, Essays on Housing Supply, Land Use Regulation and Regional Labour Markets I.S. BUHAI, Essays on Labour Markets: Worker-Firm Dynamics, Occupational Segregation and Workplace Conditions C. ZHOU, On Extreme Value Statistics M. VAN DER WEL, Riskfree Rate Dynamics: Information, Trading, and State Space Modeling S.M.W. PHLIPPEN, Come Close and Co-Create: Proximities in pharmaceutical innovation networks A.V.P.B. MONTEIRO, The Dynamics of Corporate Credit Risk: An Intensitybased Econometric Analysis S.T. TRAUTMANN, Uncertainty in Individual and Social Decisions: Theory and Experiments R. LORD, Efficient pricing algorithms for exotic derivatives R.P. WOLTHOFF, Essays on Simultaneous Search Equilibrium.
9 439. Y.-Y. TSENG, Valuation of travel time reliability in passenger transport M.C. NON, Essays on Consumer Search and Interlocking Directorates M. DE HAAN, Family Background and Children s Schooling Outcomes T. ZAVADIL, Dynamic Econometric Analysis of Insurance Markets with Imperfect Information I.A. MAZZA, Essays on endogenous economic policy R. HAIJEMA, Solving large structured Markov Decision Problems for perishableinventory management and traffic control A.S.K. WONG, Derivatives in Dynamic Markets R. SEGERS, Advances in Monitoring the Economy F.M. VIEIDER, Social Influences on Individual Decision Making Processes L. PAN, Poverty, Risk and Insurance: Evidence from Ethiopia and Yemen B. TIEBEN, The concept of equilibrium in different economic traditions: A Historical Investigation P. HEEMEIJER, Expectation Formation in Dynamic Market Experiments A.S. BOOIJ, Essays on the Measurement Sensitivity of Risk Aversion and Causal Effects in Education M.I. LÓPEZ YURDA, Four Essays on Applied Microeconometrics S. MEENTS, The Influence of Sellers and the Intermediary on Buyers Trust in C2C Electronic Marketplaces S. VUJIĆ, Econometric Studies to the Economic and Social Factors of Crime F. HEUKELOM, Kahneman and Tversky and the Making of Behavioral Economics G. BUDAI-BALKE, Operations Research Models for Scheduling Railway Infrastructure Maintenance T.R. DANIËLS, Rationalised Panics: The Consequences of Strategic Uncertainty during Financial Crises A. VAN DIJK, Essays on Finite Mixture Models C.P.B.J. VAN KLAVEREN, The Intra-household Allocation of Time O.E. JONKEREN, Adaptation to Climate Change in Inland Waterway Transport S.C. GO, Marine Insurance in the Netherlands , A Comparative Institutional Approach J. NIEMCZYK, Consequences and Detection of Invalid Exogeneity Conditions I. BOS, Incomplete Cartels and Antitrust Policy: Incidence and Detection M. KRAWCZYK, Affect and risk in social interactions and individual decisionmaking.
10 465. T.C. LIN, Three Essays on Empirical Asset Pricing J.A. BOLHAAR, Health Insurance: Selection, Incentives and Search.