Albert Rutten works for SEO’s labor division since 2023. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Tilburg University. In addition, he hopes to receive his PhD from the same university by the end of 2023.
During his PhD, Albert specialized in handling CBS microdata. He uses these data to estimate the causal effect of several Dutch labor market reforms by making use of several econometric estimation techniques (causal inference). Summaries of his research papers are already published in ESB and MeJudice. In addition, he also appeared on the Young Economist Podcast to talk about his research. Currently, he is also a fellow of Netspar, network for studies on pension, aging, and retirement.
Albert works on a variety of labor market topics within SEO.