Henri Bussink is a researcher in the areas of labour and education economics. His expertise lies mainly in conducting applied economic (policy) research.
Since the end of 2018, Henri has been working at SEO Amsterdam Economics and performs research for both the Labour and Education cluster. In a short period of time, he has collaborated on various projects for different clients. His main areas of research include self-employment, temporary agency work, social security, lifelong learning and gifted education.
Henri has knowledge of quantitative (econometric) research methods for both descriptive and explanatory research as well as policy evaluations. He has experience with analyzing different types of data by estimating a variety of (micro)econometric models. Additionally, he has experience with conducting simulation analyses, social cost-benefit analyses (SCBAs) and discrete-choice experiments. Furthermore, he makes regularly use of qualitative research methods, such as surveys, interviews and focus groups.
In 2018, Henri completed the master’s programs Policy Economics and International Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. During his master’s studies, he has specialized in the fields of public economics and in conducting econometric evaluations of policies with regard to the labour market, education, social security and healthcare. He also worked at the European Parliament in Brussels for a year on the report on the proposals of the European Commission for a harmonized corporate tax base. In particular, he has done background research on taxation of the digital economy and written amendments to the proposals.
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