Daniel Pritsch is a junior researcher in the Education cluster. He uses state-of-the-art research methods to retrieve causal effects, for example through policy evaluations.
Daniel completed his master’s degree in Policy Economics at Erasmus University cum laude in 2022. Before that, he studied Economics and Business Economics. For his master’s thesis, he investigated the effect of air pollution on learning outcomes, using modern causal research methods. While completing his master’s degree, he also worked for SEO as a student assistant, allowing him to already gain experience in practical research. As a junior researcher at SEO he studies the long-term effects of interventions for gifted students in primary education, and the effects of vocational education tracks spanning both secondary and post-secondary education.