Martin Adler is a senior researcher at SEO. He has more than a decade of experience with applied economics research. Martin is an expert in transport and urban economics and currently specializes in aviation topics and matters of sustainability. As such, he is the principal aviation researcher for Fit for 55 regulation and the Destination 2050 sustainability pathway at SEO Amsterdam Economics.
Martin has worked for the private and public sector in the local, national and international context. For example, he was responsible for estimating regional market access benefits from road infrastructure investments in terms of GDP and employment for the EU28 commissioned by the OECD and the European Commission. Additionally, he had provided research and expert advice to the European Parliament, the Federal Statistical Office Switzerland, the Dutch Interior Ministry, the South Korean Ministry of Transportation, Rijkswaterstaat and companies such as Dropbox, Airbnb and Nissan. Examples of the scope of Martin’s work include forecasting the economic impacts of autonomous vehicles until the year 2050, and supporting neighborhood level urban renewal projects through on-site consumer market surveys and executive level strategic advice.
Martin Adler has a PhD in transport and urban economics from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He regularly publishes in peer reviewed scientific journals and contributes to the public debate through newspaper articles and podcasts. Martin has been awarded for his scientific contributions by the German Forum of Regional Science and Economics and the International Transport Economics Association.
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Recent publicationsThe Price of Net Zero