Maarten Pieter Schinkel

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Maarten Pieter Schinkel (Ph.D. Universiteit Maastricht, 2001) is a Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam. By affiliation, he is also a professor of law at the Faculty of Law. Schinkel is co-director of the Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics (ACLE) and program director of the Master of Science in Business Economics. Schinkel’s research interests are in industrial organization, competition policy and regulation theory, in particular public and private enforcement. His recent papers consider the dating of
cartel effects, Libor/Euribor manipulation, public interest benefits of collusion, priority setting by government agencies and behavioral State aid conditions in Dutch mortgage banking. Dr. Schinkel has previously worked in history of economic thought and general equilibrium theory, in particular on questions concerning the behavior of economies outside of equilibrium. He held positions at the Duisenberg School of Finance (DSF), Maastricht University (The Netherlands), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge MA, USA), the College of Europe
(Bruges, Belgium), Université de Liège (Belgium) and Universität Regensburg (Germany). Schinkel publishes his work with international publishing houses, including Cambridge University Press, in national and international journals, including RAND Journal of Economics, European Economic Review, Journal of Industrial Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Review of Industrial Organization, Antitrust Bulletin, Journal of Mathematical Economics, History of Political Economy, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, World Competition and European Competition Law Review. Dr. Schinkel’s research regularly attracts the attention of popular media, leading general
newspapers, investigative journalism platforms and magazines. He occasionally acts as an expert on complex competition litigation matters, also as a Senior Consultant for Charles River Associates (CRA). Schinkel served in several public functions, including as Non-Governmental Advisor to the European Commission and Deputy Economic Counsel to the Board to the Dutch competition authority (ACM). He is a DAAD fellow, a NAF fellow, a Fulbright fellow and a member of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW).

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