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Curriculum Vitae, Charles van Marrewijk
Jacobus Gijsbertus Maria (Charles) van Marrewijk
1 January 2014
Personal Information
Address
Contact
Kriekenpitplein 21-22
Tel. *31-30-253 9810
3584EC, Utrecht
Fax: *31-30-253 7373
The Netherlands
e-mail: [email protected]
Miscellaneous
Born 23 February, 1959
Married, three children
Home page: http://www2.econ.uu.nl/users/marrewijk/
Education
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Purdue University (Krannert), U.S.A., 1985-1987 (Ph.D. 1988, M.Sc. 1987).
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1981-1985 (M.A. 1985, B.A. 1983
[cum laude]).
Work Experience
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Professor of Economics, 2014-; Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University, Suzhou, China.
Professor of Economics, 2008-; Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
Director Tjalling Charles Koopmans Research Institute, the Netherlands, 2009-2013.
Professor of Economics, 2003-2008; Associate Professor of Economics, 1992-2008;
Assistant Professor of Economics, 1990-1992, Erasmus University Rotterdam and
Erasmus University Rotterdam Trustfund, the Netherlands.
Professor of Economics and Scientific Director, 2007-2008, Institute for Housing and
Urban Development Studies, The Netherlands.
Research Fellow, Tinbergen Institute, The Netherlands, 1992-2008.
Research Fellow, NAKE, The Netherlands, 1993-2012.
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 19871990.
Teaching and Research Assistant, Purdue University, U.S.A., 1985-1987.
Research Assistant, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1983-1985.
Visiting Positions
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Professor of Economics, Kingston University, London, UK, 2007, 2008, 2009.
Professor of Economics, University of Adelaide, Australia, July-September, 2005.
Professor of Economics, University of Adelaide, Australia, July-November, 2004.
Professor of Economics, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA, June-July 2003.
Professor of Economics, Technical University Lisbon, Portugal, July, 2003.
Associate Professor of Ec., University of Cambridge, UK, July-August, 2000.
Associate Professor of Ec., Yale University, USA, June-August 1999.
Associate Professor of Ec., Saint Louis University, Philippines, July-September 1997.
Associate Professor of Ec., Benguet State University, Philippines, July-September 1997.
Lecturer in International Economics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1995.
Consultant, Voronezh State University, Russia, March-April 1995.
Associate Professor of Ec., Xavier University, Philippines, July-September 1994.
Assistant Professor of Ec., Cornell University, U.S.A., March-August 1992.
Lecturer in Macroeconomics, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands, 1991.
Teaching Experience
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Development Economics.
Economic Growth.
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Geographical Economics.
Urban Development.
Globalization.
International Finance.
International Trade.
Introductory Economics.
Macroeconomics.
Microeconomics.
Trade Policy.
Honors and Grants
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Ministery of Economic Affairs Research Grant, Utrecht University, 2010.
Ecorys Consulting Research Grant, Utrecht University, 2010.
China Scholarship Council Research Grant, Utrecht University, 2010.
Teaching Award, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2008.
Research Grant, Erasmus University Trust Fund, the Netherlands, 2004.
Research Grant, Erasmus University Trust Fund, the Netherlands, 2003.
‘Top researcher’ Grant, Department of Economics, Erasmus University, 2002.
‘Top researcher’ Grant, Department of Economics, Erasmus University, 2001.
ICT-Education Grant, Erasmus University Rotterdam, College van Bestuur, 1999-2001.
Research Grant, Erasmus University Rotterdam Trust Fund, the Netherlands, 1999.
Honorary Certificate, Benguet State University, the Philippines, 1997.
Research Grant, Erasmus University Rotterdam Trust Fund, the Netherlands, 1996.
Honorary Certificate, Xavier University, the Philippines, 1994.
Honorary Certificate, Cagayan de Oro College, the Philippines, 1994.
Research Grant, Dutch Scientific Organization, the Netherlands, 1993.
Research Grant, Erasmus University Rotterdam Trust Fund, the Netherlands, 1992.
David Ross Research Grant, Purdue University, U.S.A., 1987.
Fulbright Scholarship, U.S.A., 1985.
Publications
Books in English
 Beugelsdijk, S., S. Brakman, H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2013), International
Economics and Business, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge U.K.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2012), International Economics: Theory, Application, and Policy, 2nd
edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K. (ISBN 978-0-19-956709-6; 698 pages).
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2009), The new introduction to
geographical economics, Cambridge University Press. (ISBN 978-0-52-169803-0 and
978-0-52-187532-5; 568 pages).
 Marrewijk, C. van (2007), International Economics: Theory, Application, and Policy,
Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., with Study Guide by D. Ottens and S. Schueller.
(ISBN 0-19-928098-3 and 978-0-19-928098-8; 691 pages).
 Brakman, S. H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and A. van Witteloostuijn (2006), Nations
and firms in the global economy: an introduction to international economics and
business, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. (ISBN 978-0-521-83298-4 and
978-0-521-54057-5; 446 pages).
 Marrewijk, C. van (2002), International Trade and the World Economy, Oxford
University Press, Oxford, U.K. (ISBN: 0-19-925004-9; 386 pages)
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2001), An Introduction to
Geographical Economics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. (ISBN: 0-52177967-7 and 0-521-77039-4; 350 pages).
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1998), The Economics of International Transfers,
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. (ISBN: 0-521-57214-2; 219 pages).
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Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1993), Disequilibrium Growth Theory: An
Application of the Filippov Solution to Economics, 1993, Avebury, U.K. (ISBN: 185628-250-3; 159 pages).
Books in Chinese
 Marrewijk, C. van (2006), International Trade and the World Economy, the Shanghai
University of Finance and Economics Press (Chinese translation, simplified characters;
ISBN 7-81098-464-0/F; 436 pages).
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2005), An Introduction to
Geographical Economics, the Southwest University of Finance and Economics Press
(Chinese translation, simplified characters; ISBN 7-81088-181-7; 429 pages).
Books in Dutch
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1999), Mondiale Economie: Feit en Fictie,
Uitgeverij Nieuwezijds (ISBN: 90-5712-021-6; 157 pages).
Journal articles in English
 Brakman, S., R. Inklaar, and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Structural change in OECD
comparative advantage,” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development
22(6): 817-838.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Reflections on cluster policies,” Cambridge
Journal of Regions, Economy, and Society 6: 217-231.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Lumpy countries, urbanization, and trade,”
Journal of International Economics 89(1): 252-261.
 Chang, H.-H., and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Firm heterogeneity and development:
evidence from Latin American countries,” Journal of International Trade and Economic
Development 22(1): 11-52.
 Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Heterogeneity and development: an
agenda,” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development 22(1): 1-10.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and A. van Witteloostuijn (2013), “Crossborder merger & acquisition activity and revealed comparative advantage in
manufacturing industries,” Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 22(1): 28-57.
 Hinloopen, J., R. Wagenvoort, and C. van Marrewijk (2012), “A k-sample homogeneity
test: the Harmonic Weighted Mass index,” International Econometric Review 4(1): 1739.
 Storper, M., C. van Marrewijk, and F.G. van Oort (2012), “Processes of change in urban
systems,” Journal of Regional Science 52(1): 1-9.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and A. Oumer (2012), “The border
population effects of EU integration,” Journal of Regional Science 52(1): 40-59.
 Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2012), “Power laws and comparative advantage,”
Applied Economics 44(12): 1483-1507.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2011), “References across the fence:
measuring the dialogue between economists and geographers,” Journal of Economic
Geography 11: 371-385.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2009), “Introduction: heterogeneity at different
spatial scales,” Journal of Regional Science 49(4): 607-615.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2009), “Economic geography within
and between European nations: the role of market potential and density across space and
time,” Journal of Regional Science 49(4): 777-800.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “It’s a big world after all: on the economic
impact of location and distance,” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy, and Society
1: 411-437.
 Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “Empirical relevance of the Hillman
condition for revealed comparative advantage: 10 stylized facts,” Applied Economics 40:
2313-2328.
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Witteloostuijn, A., S. Brakman, and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “Welfare distribution
effect of a price reduction in the Dutch gas transport market,” Energy Policy 35: 62996308.
Marrewijk, C. van, and K.G. Berden (2007), “On the static and dynamic costs of trade
restrictions for small developing countries,” Journal of Development Economics 84: 4660.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “Transfers, non-traded goods, and
unemployment: an analysis of the Keynes – Ohlin debate,” History of Political Economy
39(1): 121-143.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “Comparative Advantage,
Cross-Border Mergers and Merger Waves: International Economics Meets Industrial
Organization,” CESifo Forum 1/2006: 22-26.
Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “Geographical economics and the role of pollution on
location,” ICFAI Journal of Environmental Economics, 3: 28-48.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2001), “On the empirical distribution of the
Balassa Index,” Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv / Review of World Economics, 137: 1-35.
Marrewijk, C. van (1999), “Capital accumulation, learning and endogenous growth,”
Oxford Economic Papers, 51: 453-475.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and M. van den Berg (1999), “The return
of Zipf: towards a further understanding of the rank-size distribution,” Journal of
Regional Science, 39(1): 183-213.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1999), “On the limits and possibilities of the
principle of minimum differentiation,” International Journal of Industrial Organization
17: 735-750.
Michael, M.S., and C. van Marrewijk (1998), “Tied to capital or untied foreign aid?,”
Review of Development Economics 2: 61-75.
Fisher, E., and C. van Marrewijk (1998), “Pollution and economic growth,” Journal of
International Trade and Economic Development 7: 55-69.
Marrewijk, C. van, J. Stibora, A. de Vaal, and J.-M. Viaene (1997), “Producer services,
comparative advantage and international trade patterns,” Journal of International
Economics 42: 195-220.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, R. Gigengack, C. van Marrewijk, and R. Wagenvoort (1996),
“Negative feedbacks and industrial location,” Journal of Regional Science 36: 631-652.
Marrewijk, C. van, J. Stibora, and A. de Vaal (1996), “Services tradeability, trade
liberalization and foreign direct investment,” Economica 63: 611-31.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1996), “Trade policy under imperfect competition:
the economics of Russian roulette,” De Economist 144: 223-58.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1995), “Transfers, returns to scale, tied aid and
monopolistic competition,” Journal of Development Economics 47: 333-354.
Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, and C. van Marrewijk (1995), “Why do sanctions need some time
to work? adjustment versus learning by the target,” Economic Modelling 1/2: 75-86.
Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1994), “Two-sector disequilibrium growth,”
European Journal of Political Economy 10: 373-388.
Marrewijk, C. van (1993), “A note on transitivity and the intersection of indifference
curves,” Economic Notes: 528-534.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1993), “Transfer problems in a multi-country world:
endogenous, optimal and coordinated aid,” Asian Journal of Economics and Social
Studies (formerly Asian Journal of Economics) 12: 41-57.
Marrewijk, C. van, and P.A.G. van Bergeijk (1993), “Endogenous trade uncertainty: why
countries may specialize against comparative advantage,” Regional Science and Urban
Economics 23:681-694.
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Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1993), “Sector-specific capital, 'bang-bang'
investment and the Filippov solution,” Journal of Economics (formerly Zeitschrift für
Nationalökonomie) 57: 131-146.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1993), “Disequilibrium growth theory in an
international perspective,” Oxford Economic Papers 45: 311-331.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1993), “On opulence driven poverty traps,” Journal
of Population Economics 6: 67-81.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1992), “Trade uncertainty and the two-step procedure: the choice of
numéraire and exact indexation,” De Economist 140: 357-372.
 Marrewijk, C. van, C.G. de Vries, and C. Withagen (1992), “Optimal localized
production experience and schooling,” International Economic Review 33: 91-110.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1991), “A note on endogenous transfers,” Journal of
Economics (formerly Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie) 54:171-178.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1991), “Growth, budget deficits and fiscal policies in
an overlapping generations model,” Journal of Economics (formerly Zeitschrift für
Nationalökonomie) 53: 185-203.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and C.G. de Vries (1990), “The customs union argument for a
monetary union,” Journal of Banking and Finance 14: 877-887.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and P.A.G. van Bergeijk (1990), “Trade uncertainty and
specialization: social versus private planning,” De Economist 138: 15-32.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and P.A.G. van Bergeijk (1990), “Giffen goods and the subsistence
level,” History of Political Economy 22: 145-148.
Articles in Dutch
 Marrewijk, C. van (2012), “Reactie op: de economentop 40 van 2012,” Economisch
Statistische Berichten 97 (4649 & 4650): 770.
 Lejour, A.M., C. van Marrewijk, and E. de Jong (2012), “Canon Internationale- en
ontwikkelingseconomie,” Economisch Statistische Berichten 97 (4633): 244-247.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2010) “Ooggetuigen: de mythe van de aanbodketen,” Economisch
Statistische Berichten 4590: 468-469.
 Faber, G., and C. van Marrewijk (2009), “De crisis en de schommelende wereldhandel,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten Dossier 4563s: 20-24;
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, en C. van Marrewijk (2008), “Nobelprijs economie voor Paul
Krugman,” Economisch Statistische Berichten 4546: 660-663.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “Empirie van de economische geografie,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten, 4513 S: 22-26.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “China nog lang geen economische
wereldmacht,” Geografie 15(9): 14-17.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “China zweet: een sprookje?,” Economisch Statistische
Berichten, 4 November 2005: 500.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2004), “Economische groei en agglomeratie,” Tijdschrift Politieke
Ekonomie 25(2): 40-59.
 Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1999), “De empirische verdeling van de Balassa
index,” Maandschrift Economie, 63: 310-319.
 Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1999), “Nederlandse export: bloemen en groenten,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten, 2 April 1999, No. 4197: 255-257.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1998), “Tunneleconomie,” Economisch Statistische Berichten, 4
September 1998, No. 4165: 656-658.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (1998), “Moderne handelstheorie en
lokatietheorie,” Economisch en Sociaal Tijdschrift 52: 479-507.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “Ojé, boekhouden,” Economisch Statistische
Berichten, 13 August 1997, No. 4116: 619-620.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “Overheidspolitiek en economische groei,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten, 14 May 1997, No. 4106: 394.
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Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “De geloofwaardigheid van muntzones,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten, 19 March 1997, No. 4098: 235.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1996), “De beperkingen van de handelstheorie,”
Economisch Statistische Berichten, 17 July 1996, No. 4066: 628.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1996), “Agglomeratie-effecten,” Economisch Statistische Berichten,
1 May 1996, No. 4056: 410.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1996), “Alles is al uitgevonden,” Economisch Statistische Berichten,
10 April 1996, No. 4053: 321.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1989), “Risico en rationaliteit,” Economisch Statistische Berichten,
25 January 1989, No. 3691: 92-94.
Chapters in books in English
 Brakman, S., G. Garita, H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2010), “Economic and
financial integration and the rise of cross-border M&As,” in: P.A.G. van Bergeijk and S.
Brakman: The gravity model in international trade, Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge, U.K.: 296-322.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2008), “Absolute advantage,” in: K. Reinert and R. Rajan (eds.):
Princeton encyclopedia of the world economy, Princeton University Press.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2008), “Intra-industry trade,” in: K. Reinert and R. Rajan (eds.):
Princeton encyclopedia of the world economy, Princeton University Press.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “Agglomeration and
government spending,” in: S. Brakman and H. Garretsen (eds.), Foreign Direct
Investment and the Multinational Enterprise, MIT Press Ch 5: 89-116.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “Cross-border mergers and
acquisitions: the facts as a guide for international economics,” in G. Gregoriou and L.
Renneboog (eds.), International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity since 1990: Recent
Research and Quantitative Analysis, Academic Press / Elsevier, MA, Ch. 2: 23-49.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “Agglomeration and aid,” in: S.
Lahiri (ed.), Theory and Practice of Foreign Aid, Vol. I in book series: Frontiers of
Economics and Globalization, eds. H. Beladi and E.K. Choi, Elsevier, MA, Ch. 3: 31-53.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2006), “Geographical economics model with congestion,” in: N.
Schuh and P. Schuster (eds.), New regional economics in central European economies:
the future of CENTROPE, Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Proceedings of OeNB
Workshops, No. 9, Vienna: 17-35.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “Industrial location and
competitiveness,” in: A. Vaidya (ed.), Globalization: encyclopedia of trade, labor, and
politics, Vol I, ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, U.S.A: 109-120.
 Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2005), “Locating economic concentration,” in: S.
Brakman and H. Garretsen (eds.), Location and competition, Routledge, London and
New York: 1-31.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and A. Schram (2004), “Empirical
research in geographical economics,” in: S. Brakman and B. Heijdra (eds.) The
monopolistic competition revolution in retrospect, Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge, U.K: 261-284.
 Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, and C. van Marrewijk (1994), “Some hidden costs of the new
world order,” in: M. Chatterji, H. Jager and A. Rima (eds.) The economics of
international security: essays in honor of Jan Tinbergen, MacMillan, London: 168-182.
Chapters in books in Dutch
 Marrewijk, C. van (2010), “De mythe van de aanbodketen,” in: A. Jolink (ed.),
Ooggetuigen van de crisis, SDU uitgevers, Den Haag: 104-109.
 Hinloopen, J. and C. van Marrewijk (2003), “Concentratie van economische activiteit: de
empirie,” in: S. Brakman and H. Garretsen (eds.), Lokatie en concurrentie, Preadviezen
van de Koninklijke Vereniging voor Staathuishoudkunde 2003, Utrecht, 1-32.
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Book reviews in English
 Marrewijk, C. van (2013), book review on “From agglomeration to innovation: upgrading
industrial clusters in emerging economies,” A. Kuchiki and M Tsuji (eds.), IDE-JETRO,
Palgrave MacMillan, 2010, in: Review of Regional Studies 42: 271-273.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2011), book review of: Handbook of regional growth and
development theories, by R. Capello and P. Nijkamp (eds), Journal of Regional Science
51(1): 217-219.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and S. Schueller (2001), book review of: The political economy of
capital controls, by Guenther G. Schulze, De Economist, 149: 137-138.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2000), book review of: Global capital flows: Should they be
regulated?, by Stephany Griffith-Jones, foreword by James Tobin, Journal of Economic
Literature, 38: 138-140.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1994), book review of: Aggregation, consumption and trade: essays
in honor of H.S. Houthakker, by Louis Phlips and Lester D. Taylor (eds.), De Economist
142: 233-234.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1991), book review of: Primary commodity prices: economic models
and policy, by Alan Winters and David Sapsford (eds.), 1991, De Economist 139: 132133.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1990), book review of: Production structure and international trade,
by Makoto Tawada, De Economist 138: 212-213.
Book reviews in Dutch
 Marrewijk, C. van (1996), “Economische ongeletterdheid,” book review of: Pop
internationalism, by Paul Krugman,” Economisch Statistische Berichten, 8 May 1996,
No. 4057: 433-4.
Working papers in English
 Chang, H.-H., C. van Marrewijk, R. Stringer, and W. Umberger (2013), “Investment,
awareness, supermarkets, and profits: heterogeneous chili farmers in Indonesian,”
Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute Working Paper No. 13-13.
 Berg, M. van den, and C. van Marrewijk (2013), “Imports and productivity: the impact of
geography and factor intensity,” Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute Working Paper
No. 13-12.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2012), “Reflections on cluster policies,” CESifo
Working Paper No. 3963.
 Chang, H.-H., and C. van Marrewijk (2012), “Impact of trade on viability and exporter
selection with heterogeneous fixed costs in the Melitz model,” Tjalling C. Koopmans
Research Institute Discussion Paper No. 12-08.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2011), “Lumpy countries, urbanization, and trade,”
CESifo Working Paper No. 3669.
 Swart, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2011), “The pollution effects of mergers and
acquisitions: asymmetry, disaggregation, and multilateralism,” Tinbergen Institute
Discussion Paper TI 2011-073/2.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and A. Oumer (2011), “The positive
border effect of EU integration,” CESifo Working Paper No. 3335.
 Brakman, S., R. Inklaar, and C. van Marrewijk (2010), “Structural change in OECD
comparative advantage,” CESifo Working Paper No. 3033.
 Swart, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2009), “Cross-border mergers and acquisitions: a piece
of the natural resource puzzle,” Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 09-053.
 Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2009), “Economic geography within
and between European nations: the role of market potential and density across space and
time,” CESifo Working Paper No. 2658
 Brakman, S., C. van Marrewijk, and A. van Witteloostuijn (2009) “Market liberalization
in the European natural gas market: the importance of capacity constraints and
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productivity differences,” Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute Discussion Paper No.
09-15 and CESifo Working Paper No. 2697.
Hinloopen, J., R. Wagenvoort, and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “A K-sample homogeneity
test based on the quantification of the p-p plot,” Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No.
2008-100/1.
Brakman, S., G. Garita, H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “Unlocking the
value of cross-border mergers and acquisitions,” CESifo Working Paper No. 2294.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2008), “Cross-border mergers and
acquisitions: on revealed comparative advantage and merger waves,” Tinbergen Institute
Discussion Paper No. 08-013/2.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2007), “It’s a big world after all,” CESifo Working
Paper No. 1964.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “Comparative advantage, the rank-size rule,
and Zipf’s law,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper 06-100/1.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “Cross-border mergers and
acquisitions: the facts as a guide for international economics,” CESifo Working Paper
No. 1823.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2006), “Agglomeration and aid,”
CESifo Working Paper No. 1750.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2005), “Comparing distributions: the Harmonic
Mass index, Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper 05-122/1.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2005), “Cross-border mergers and
acquisitions: on revealed comparative advantage and merger waves,” CESifo Working
Paper No. 1602.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (2005), “Transfers, non-traded goods, and
unemployment: an analysis of the Keynes – Ohlin debate,” CESifo Working Paper No.
1588.
Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “General geographical economics model with congestion,”
Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper 05-100/2.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2005), “Emirical relevance of the Hillman
condition for revealed comparative advantage: 10 stylized facts,” Tjalling C. Koopmans
Research Institute, Discussion Paper Series nr. 05-24.
Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “Basic exchange rate theories,” Tinbergen Institute,
Discussion Paper 05-024/2.
Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “Geographical economics and the role of pollution on
location,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper 05-018/2.
Marrewijk, C. van, and K.G. Berden (2004), “On the static and dynamic costs of trade
restrictions,” University of Adelaide, School of Economics, Working Paper 2004-06 and
Centre for International Economic Studies, Discussion Paper 0414, University of
Adelaide (with Koen Berden).
Marrewijk, C. van (2004), “An introduction to international money and foreign exchange
markets,” University of Adelaide, School of Economics, Working Paper 2004-02 and
Centre for International Economic Studies, Discussion Paper 0407, University of
Adelaide.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2004), “Locating economic concentration,”
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 04-066/2.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2004), “Dynamics of Chinese comparative
advantage,” Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 04-034/2.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (2004), “Empirical relevance of the Hillman
condition and comparative advantage,” Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 04-019/2.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, and C. van Marrewijk (2002), “Location competition and
agglomeration: The role of government spending,” CESifo Working Paper Series, No.
775.
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Berden, K.G., and C. van Marrewijk (2001), “Maintenance costs, obsolescence, and
endogenous growth,” Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 01-060/2.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1999), “On the empirical distribution of the
Balassa index,” Ministery of Economic Affairs, Research Memorandum 9902.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “Spatial duopoly with a reservation price,”
University of Copenhagen, Centre for Industrial Economics, Discussion Paper 97-16.
Marrewijk, C. van (1997), “Capital accumulation, learning and endogenous growth,”
Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI 97-067/2.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “Transfers, money and the balance of
payments,” Systems, Organisations and Management Research Institute, Research Report
97C36.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1997), “Transfers, and non-traded goods: Ohlin was
right again,” Systems, Organisations and Management Research Institute, Research
Report 97C17.
Marrewijk, C. van, and M. Michael (1996), “Foreign aid tied to capital transfers and
economic development,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI 96-139/4.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, and M. van den Berg (1996), “The return
of Zipf: an explanation of the rank-size rule, Systems, Organisations and Management
Research Institute, Research Report 96C29.
Hinloopen, J., and C. van Marrewijk (1995), “On the limits and possibilities of the
principle of minimum differentiation,” European University Institute, EUI working paper
ECO No. 95/25.
Fisher, E.O’N., and C. van Marrewijk (1994), “Pollution and economic growth in a
model of overlapping generations,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI 94-84.
Marrewijk, C. van, J. Stibora, and J.-M. Viaene (1994), “Capital goods and Baumol’s
Law,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI 94-42.
Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1994), “Transfers, returns to scale, tied aid and
monopolistic competition,” Systems, Organisations and Management Research Institute,
Research Report 94505.
Marrewijk, C. van, F. van der Ploeg, and J. Verbeek (1993), “Is growth bad for the
environment? Pollution, abatement and endogenous growth,” The World Bank, Policy
Research Working Papers WPS 1151.
Marrewijk, C. van, J. Stibora, and A. de Vaal (1993), “Trade in producer services
between developed and developing countries,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI
93-239.
Marrewijk, C. van, J. Stibora, A. de Vaal, and J.-M. Viaene (1993), “Producer services,
comparative advantage and international trade patterns,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion
paper TI 93-239.
Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1993), “Sector-specific capital, ‘bang-bang’
investment and the Filippov solution,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion paper TI 93-88.
Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, and C. van Marrewijk (1993), “Why do sanctions need some time
to work? Adjustment versus learning by the target,” Tinbergen Institute, Discussion
paper TI 93-27.
Brakman, S., H. Garretsen, C. van Marrewijk, R. Gigengack, and R. Wagenvoort (1993),
“Congestion and industrial location,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic
Research, Research Memorandum nr. 554.
Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1992), “Two-sector disequilibrium growth,”
University of Amsterdam, Research Memorandum Nr. 9209.
Marrewijk, C. van (1992), “Exogenous growth theory,” Erasmus University Rotterdam,
Institute for Economic Research, Discussion paper series, 9205/G.
Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1991), “Disequilibrium growth theory in an
international perspective,” Tinbergen Institute, Research Memorandum Series TI1991/64.
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Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1991), “Disequilibrium growth theory: a two-sector
approach with efficient rationing,” Tinbergen Institute, Research Memorandum Series
TI-1991/49.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1991), “Endogenous population growth: a problem
for development,” Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute for Economic Research,
Discussion paper series, 9109/G.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1991), “Disequilibrium growth theory in an
international perspective,” Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute for Economic
Research, Discussion paper series, 9103/G.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1991), “On the economics of tied aid,” University of
Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr. 444.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1990), “Boycotts, private production, optimal
production, the choice of numéraire and exact indexation,” Erasmus University
Rotterdam, Institute for Economic Research, Discussion paper series, 9008/G.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1990), “Endogenous trade uncertainty and specialization against
comparative advantage,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research,
Research Memorandum nr. 367.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1990), “Endogenous population growth and the economy,” University
of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr. 363.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1990), “An allocation mechanism, a measure of risk aversion and an
experiment,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research
Memorandum nr. 350.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1989), “The real interest factor in a growing
overlapping generations model,” Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute for Economic
Research, Discussion paper series, 8917/G.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1989), “Endogenous transfers: a note on Bhagwati,
Brecher and Hatta,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research
Memorandum nr. 342.
 Bergeijk, P.A.G. van, and C. van Marrewijk (1989), “Uncertain trade,” University of
Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr. 311.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and C.G. de Vries (1989), “The customs union argument for a
monetary union,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research
Memorandum nr. 309.
 Brakman, S., and C. van Marrewijk (1989), “Transfer problems in a multi-country world:
endogenous, optimal and coordinated aid,” University of Groningen, Institute of
Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr. 297.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1988), “Relative ignorance and risk aversion,” University of
Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr. 262.
 Marrewijk, C. van, and J. Verbeek (1989), “The real interest factor in a growing
overlapping generations model,” Tinbergen Institute, Research Memorandum Series TI1988/18.
 Marrewijk, C. van, C.G. de Vries, and C. Withagen (1988), “Optimal localized
production experience and schooling,” University of Groningen, Institute of Economic
Research, Research Memorandum nr. 253.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1988), “Incentive compatibility and informational efficiency,”
University of Groningen, Institute of Economic Research, Research Memorandum nr.
249.
Miscellaneous in English
 Marrewijk, C. van (2005), “An overview of cross-border mergers and acquisitions for
five countries,” FM Corporate 1: 18-19.
 Marrewijk, C. van (1988), Three Essays in Mathematical Economics, Ph.D. Dissertation,
1988, Purdue University, (Krannert Graduate School of Management), U.S.A.
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Miscellaneous in Dutch
 Brakman, S. en C. van Marrewijk (2012), “Ingreep in zorgpremie verstoort de markt,”
NRC Handelsblad 5 november, p. 14; also in NRC Next.
 Marrewijk, C. van (2003), Economische groei en agglomeratie, Erasmus University
Rotterdam, inaugural lecture, 31 October, 2003 (ISBN: 90 9017532 6).
 Marrewijk, C. van (1996), “Halfbakken eenheidsworst,” NRC Handelsblad, 22 August.
Professional Activities
Editorial Boards
 Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, European Editor, 2010 –
 Journal of Regional Science, Associate Editor, 2011 –
 Guest editor special issue Journal of Regional Science, 2012
 Journal of International Business Studies, Editorial Review Board, 2009 – 2010
 Guest editor special issue Journal of Regional Science, 2009
Referee
 Addison, Wesley, Longman
 Agricultural Economics
 Annals of Regional Science
 Cambridge Journal of Economics
 Cambridge University Press
 De Economist
 Economic Theory
 Environment and Planning A
 Environmental and Resource Economics
 European Journal of Political Economy
 Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions
 History of Political Economy
 International Journal of Industrial Organization
 Journal of Development Economics
 Journal of Economic Geography
 Journal of Economic Literature
 Journal of Economics
 Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
 Journal of Industry, Competition, and Trade
 Journal of International and Theoretical Economics
 Journal of International Business Studies
 Journal of International Economics
 Journal of International Money and Finance
 Journal of International Trade and Economic Development
 Journal of Population Economics
 Journal of Public Economics
 Journal of Regional Science
 Labour Economics
 Oxford Economic Papers
 Oxford University Press
 Papers in Regional Science
 Pearson Education
 Regional Science and Urban Economics
 Regional Studies
 Review of Development Economics
 Review of International Economics
 Review of Regional Research
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Review of Regional Studies
Scandinavian Journal of Economics
Spatial Economic Analysis
Socio-economic Planning Sciences
Tinbergen Institute Research Bulletin
Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv / Review of World Economics
Organization
 Director, Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute, Utrecht University (2009 – )
 Member Ifo World Economic Survey Expert Group (2013 – )
 Member Me Judice Economenpanel, the Netherlands (2012 – )
 Member of the Board, Utrecht University School of Economics (2009 – )
 Research Director, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (2007 – 2008)
 Committee Member of European Union ISCH (Individuals, Society, Cultures, and
Health) COST action IS1104 “The EU in the new complex geography of economic
systems: models, tools, and policy evaluation.”
 Co-organiser ''Research on Monday'' Seminar series, Erasmus University Rotterdam and
Tinbergen Institute (2007 – ).
 Chairman Academic Board, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies,
Erasmus University Rotterdam (2007 – )
 Chairman Examination Committee, Institute for Housing and Urban Development
Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam (2007 – )
 Chairman Editorial Board, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies,
Erasmus University Rotterdam (2007 – )
 Member Nereus Scientific Advisory Board (2006 – )
 Chairman of the Academic Advisory Board, International Bachelor Economics and
Business Economics, Department of Economics, Erasmus University (2005 – )
 Member of the Academic Board, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies,
Erasmus University Rotterdam (2005 – 2007)
 Member of the Examination Committee, Institute for Housing and Urban Development
Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam (2005 – 2007)
 Coordinator of international and macroeconomics courses, Department of Economics,
Erasmus University Rotterdam (2005 – )
 Member of the Scientific Board (VCW), Department of Economics, Erasmus University
Rotterdam (2003 – 2006)
 Member of the Educational Board (OLC), Department of Economics, Erasmus University
Rotterdam (2002 – 2004)
 Member of the Internationalisation Committee, Department of Economics, Erasmus
University (2002 – 2003)
 Member of the Educational Board, Tinbergen Institute (2000 – 2004)
 Member of the Management Team, Capaciteitsgroep Algemene Economie, Erasmus
University (2000 – 2001)
 Organiser and Project Leader of the ICT program ACTIE, Erasmus University (1999 –
2001).
 Co-organiser Discussion Session on International Transfers, European Economic
Association, Santiago de Compostella, 1999.
 Webmaster Department of Economics Research (1999 – ).
 Member of the Board (Dagelijks Bestuur) and Financial Controller, vakgroep Toegepaste
Economie, Erasmus University (1995 – 1997).
 Member of the Education Committee, founding the profile International and Economic
Business Studies, Department of Economics, Erasmus University (1997).
 Member of the Science Committee, Department of Economics, Erasmus University
(Vaste Commissie voor de Wetenschappen, 1996 – 1997)
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Member of the Programme Committee, European Economic Association, Istanbul, 1996.
Organiser ''Research on Monday'' Seminar series, Erasmus University Rotterdam and
Tinbergen Institute (1990 – 1995).
Financial controller vakgroep Internationale Economie, Erasmus University (1990 –
1995).
Seminar and workshop presentations at
 Arizona State University, U.S.A.
 Benguet State University, The Philippines.
 Berlage Institute, The Netherlands.
 Cagayan de Oro College, The Philippines.
 Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
 CESifo Summer Institute, Italy.
 CESifo, Munich, Germany.
 Cornell University, U.S.A.
 Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics.
 Erasmus University, The Netherlands.
 European University Institute, Italy.
 Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 IHS and OeNB, Vienna, Austria.
 Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands.
 Monash University, Australia.
 New York University, U.S.A.
 Purdue University, U.S.A.
 Rotary Club, The Philippines.
 SOM School, Groningen, The Netherlands.
 Technical University Chemnitz, Germany.
 The World Bank, U.S.A.
 Tinbergen Institute, The Netherlands.
 University of Aarhus, Denmark.
 University of Adelaide, Australia.
 University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 University of Antwerp, Belgium.
 University of Cologne, Germany.
 University of Cyprus, Cyprus.
 University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
 University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
 University of Konstanz, Germany.
 University of Limburg, Belgium.
 University of Maryland, U.S.A.
 University of Melbourne, Australia.
 University of Montreal, Canada.
 University of Osnabrück, Germany.
 Voronezh State University, Russia.
 WSHIFM, Warsaw, Poland.
 Xavier University, The Philippines.
Conferences and workshops
 North American Regional Science Council 58th Conference, Miami, USA (2011)
 Multinational Strategies, Networks, and Regional Economic Development Conference of
the Regional Studies Association, Erasmus University Rotterdam (2011).
 ERSA conference, Jönköping, Sweden (2010)
 Productivity and internationalization, The Hague (2010)
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Urban development, Rotterdam, organizer (2010)
Economic dynamics and innovation, Utrecht University, organizer (2009)
Are cities more important than countries?, Rotterdam, organizer (2008)
Globalization and employment, Villigst Workshop, Schwerte, Germany (2006)
INFER, 5th workshop on International Trade, Kingston University London, U.K. (2006)
New Regional Economics in Central European Countries, Institute for Advanced Studies
and Oesterreichischer Nationalbank, Austria (2006).
Global Economy, CESifo Conference, Germany (2006)
CESifo Summer Institute, Italy (2005)
The economics & finance of extremes, Eurandom (2005)
On the wealth of nations: extending the Tinbergen heritage, Tinbergen week, Erasmus
University Rotterdam (2003).
Spatial Environmental Economics, University of Heidelberg and University of Mannheim
(2003).
European Economic Association (1987, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2002).
Econometric Society European Meeting (1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2006, and 2008).
Royal Economic Society (1997).
Western Economic Association (1996).
European Society for Population Economics (1991).
Regional Science Association (1994).
Society for Economic Dynamics and Control (1994).
Economics of International Security, The Hague (1992).
European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (1990 and 1993).
Dynamic Disequilibrium Modelling, University of München (1993).
European Research Workshop on International Trade, CEPR (1993, 1998).
Environment, Trade and Growth, Deakin University and Journal of International Trade
and Development (1996).
The Monopolistic-Competition Revolution after Twenty-Five Years, University of
Groningen (2000).
Organized conferences
 Nations and regions/cities after the great recession: austerity or creative destruction and
boom?, with Richard Baldwin, Matthew Turner and others, Institute for Housing and
Urban Development Studies, 13-14 December 2012 (co-organized with Steven Brakman
and Mark Partridge; with funding from EU COST program
 Firm heterogeneity and development, 6-7 October 2011, Utrecht University (coorganized with Peter van Bergeijk).
 Urban development: patterns, causes, foundations, and policy, with Janet Bercovitz,
Simona Iammarino, Michael Storper, and Phil McCann, Institute for Housing and Urban
Development Studies, 13-14 December, 2010 (co-organized with Michael Storper and
Frank van Oort).
 Tjalling C. Koopmans centennial: global warming and climate change, with William
Nordhaus and Rick van der Ploeg, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 15 October, 2010 (coorganized with Janneke Plantenga and Erik Stam).
 Economic dynamics and innovation, with Wolfgang Keller and Xavier Gabaix, Utrecht
University, Utrecht, 9 November, 2009 (co-organized with Jaap Bos).
 Are cities more important than countries?, with Edward Glaeser, Gianmarco Ottaviano,
Stephen Redding, and Jacques Thisse, Institute for Housing and Urban Development
Studies, Rotterdam, 30-31 October, 2008 (co-organized with Steven Brakman).
Promotor
 Martijn Boermans (2012), Utrecht University
 Julia Swart (2012), Erasmus University
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Gus Garita (2008), Erasmus University Rotterdam
Sergey Pekarski (2007), Erasmus University Rotterdam
Koen Berden (2006), Erasmus University Rotterdam
Ph.D. Committees
 Tristan Kohl (2012), University of Groningen
 Yi Zhang (2011), Utrecht University
 Bastian Westbrock (2010), Utrecht University
 Hans de Kruijk (2010), Erasmus University
 Thomas Dirkmaat (2010), Utrecht University
 Michiel van Leuvensteijn (2009), Utrecht University
 Gerard Marlet (2009), Utrecht University
 Eddy Bekkers (2008), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Maarten Bosker (2008), University of Utrecht
 Ze Zhu (2007), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Karen Watkins Fassler (2007), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Antonius Viva Hardiyanto (2007), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Annette Balaoing (2006), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Maria Cristina Mohora (2006), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Caterina Marchionni (2005), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 André van Stel (2005), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Hugo Rojas-Romagosa (2005), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Felix Eschenbach (2004), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Gunnar Thorvald Niels (2004), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Grzegorz Jan Kula (2004), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Lucio Vinhas de Souza (2003), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Pieter van Foreest (2002), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Jolanda Peeters (2001), University of Nijmegen
 Tomas Koegel (1999), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Harm Zebregs (1998), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Joachim Stibora (1995), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Albert de Vaal (1995), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Mike Dell (1994), Erasmus University Rotterdam
 Jos Verbeek (1993), Erasmus University Rotterdam
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