Maarten Pieter Schinkel is a Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam and a research fellow of the Tinbergen Institute. By affiliation, as one of the founders of the ACLE, he is also a professor of law at the UvA Law School. Schinkel’s research interests are in industrial organization and competition policy. His recent papers consider green antitrust, cartel mechanisms, agency behavior and banking competition. His work is widely published and regularly attracts media attention. He occasionally acts as an expert witness in antitrust cases and is a student-award-winning teacher. 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 Fulbright fellow and a member of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW).
Corporate social responsibility by joint agreementTinbergen Institute, Maarten Pieter Schinkel and Leonard Treuren, October 2021, Discussion Paper 2021-063/VII
Green antitrust: Friendly fire in the fight against climate changeConcurrences Books, Maarten Pieter Schinkel and Leonard Treuren, 19 April 2021, Competition Law, Climate Change & Environmental Sustainability (book chapter), Simon Holmes, Dirk Middelschulte and Martijn Snoep (eds.)
Compensatory public good provision by a private cartelTinbergen Institute Discussion Paper, Maarten Pieter Schinkel and Lukas Toth, March 2020 (revision), TI 2019-086/VII
Corona Crisis Cartels: Sense and SensibilityAmsterdam Law School Research Paper/Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper, Abel D’Ailly and Maarten Pieter Schinkel, June 24, 2020, No. 2020-31/No. 2020-03
Discretionary Authority and Prioritizing in Government AgenciesJan Tuinstra, Lukáš Tóth and Maarten Pieter Schinkel, Journal of Public Administration Research And Theory, 2019, 1–17.