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Executive course on the Economics of Public Policy

On September 10, 2018, the executive course Economics of Public Policy will start. Paul de Bijl is teaching this course at the National Academy for Finance and Economics. Registration closed.

What's new about the platform economy?

How do companies like Facebook and Uber change our ways of economic interaction? Will their influence last? On June 12, Paul de Bijl will participate in a panel discussion on digital platforms in Café Restaurant Dauphine in Amsterdam. Other speakers are professor Koen Frenken (Utrecht University) and Hanneke Benaars (University of Amsterdam). Hella Hueck (Het Financieele Dagblad) moderates the discussion. For more information, see the website of ESB (event in Dutch).

Privacy, cybersecurity and public policy

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy has asked Radicand Economics for a reflection on privacy, cybersecurity and the public interest. Such a reflection, in the light of digital trends, provides insight into options for public policy. The report was delivered in 2017 and is publicly available as of April 2018 (report in Dutch; download).

What we do

Radicand Economics provides trusted economic consulting services to firms, policy makers, market authorities and regulators on competition policy, economic regulation, supervision and public policy. Provides leadership and builds connections in difficult and sensitive projects. Radicand Economics also provides tailor-made executive courses.

What sets us apart

  • Profound economic expertise — connected to state-of-art academic insights;

  • Extensive experience with economic policy and strategy consulting;

  • Antenna for considerations and paradigms employed by government officials and policy makers;

  • Preeminently equipped to chart a course and stick to it — builds and provides trust in the overall process.

About the name

The name stands for our profound experience and expertise: in mathematical expression √x, the value "x" is called the radicand — the thing we are finding the root of.

Radicand Economics

Woerden, The Netherlands
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