Joeri Athmer is a junior researcher within the cluster Health & Social Policy.
Joeri is an econometrician and especially engages in quantitative analysis. Before he started at SEO, he worked as quantitative researcher at Significant APE. During this period he amongst others researched causes for the disadvantage of unemployment insurance benefits recipients with a non-western migration background and the effect of the cost-sharing standard on sharing living space. In addition, he was involved in the maintenance of the GGZ-regional model.
Joeri got his bachelor’s degree Econometrics & Operations Research at Tilburg University and his master’s degree Econometrics at Universiteit van Amsterdam. Within his master he specialized in Complexity and Economic Behaviour. He wrote his master thesis at Statistics Netherlands.