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Eric Bartelsman (1960) is Professor of Economics at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. He studied economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and received his PhD from Columbia University. He has served as economist at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington DC, as advisor to the CPB, Netherlands, and as head of the economic research department at the Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Netherlands. His research interests focus on the sources of productivity growth, both from a micro and macro point of view. Recently, his work is on international comparisons of the productivity and resource reallocation at the firm-level. Bartelsman is a Fellow of the Tinbergen Institute, and a consortium partner in the EU 6th Framework program EU KLEMS. In 2007, he has been appointed member of the Netherlands Council of Economic Advisors (REA).
Posts by Eric J Bartelsman
Productivity growth is the main driver of long-run increases in per capita income and welfare. This project investigates the effect of idiosyncratic (firm-level) policy distortions on aggregate outcom...
- IGC Research on India