My research focuses on the econometrics of dynamic discrete choices and games, including optimal stopping and duration analysis; with applications to industrial organization, insurance, and labor markets. I also started working on new applied topics, such as student tracking in Dutch secondary education.  

From 2012-2018, my research was supported by an NWO Vici grant. I discuss my Vici project in an Econtrack video (in Dutch).

My Tilburg inaugural lecture on Structural Duration Analysis (October 9, 2009) also provides nontechnical discussion of my research.

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