New practice Big Data Science

SEO has a new practice: Big Data Science. This practice is headed by Erik Brouwer. Read more>

Dutch labour market study

Volunteers from Africa and Middle East needed for interviews about Dutch labour market. Read more>

Netspar Thesis Awards

Marloes Lammers won the Netspar Thesis Award for her dissertation on the various ways in which labour market institutions can influence the willingness of an individual to accept a(nother) job offer. Read more>

Paper ‘Street Prostitution Zones and Crime’ by Paul Bisschop published in American Economic Journal

The internet blog Marginal Revolution, famous among economists, also discussed the paper. Read more>

SEO Amsterdam Economics

SEO Amsterdam Economics conducts applied economic research on behalf of both public and private sector clients. Our research is fully independent, thus helping our clients to take the right decisions. SEO is affiliated with the University of Amsterdam and has extensive expertise in many markets. Our strength is our analytical approach, using a mix of quantitative and qualitative research methods and techniques. To find out what we can do for you, take a look at our recent projects.

SEO Economic Training

SEO Economic Training has a varied selection of courses for companies and public authorities. We could develop a customised course for a specific group of employees from your organisation. All our courses are given by experienced teachers and university professors.

SEO Economic Lectures

SEO Economic Lectures can provide lectures and presentations for your conference or symposium. The speakers from SEO always have an engaging and well-founded story that they tailor to the audience in the room. It is always delivered in a sparkling manner, with a passion for economics, and the speakers take pleasure in communicating economic insights.  

SEO Economic Support and Secondment

SEO Economic Support and Secondment offers the opportunity to hire SEO employees on a temporary basis to provide specific expertise. Another possibility is that you may be temporarily in need of secondment because of peaks in research work, or you may be looking to replace an employee who is temporarily absent because of illness or leave.