Enseignants, assistants, collaborateurs scientifiques et administratifs

Maas Harro

Coordonnées Curriculum Recherches Enseignements Publications

Expériences professionnelles

1 June 2016-present: editor of Cambridge University Press series Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics.

1 January 2015 - present: full professor, Centre Walras-Pareto for the history of economic and political science, University of Lausanne.

1 March 2011 - 31 December 2014: associate professor, Utrecht School of Economics, Utrecht University.

June 2005- 28 February 2011: associate professor, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam.

1994-2005: assistant professor, Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, University of Amsterdam.

1983-1998 high school teacher in economics.

 

Compétences

PhD supervisions
1 October 2017 - present Marius Kuster. Thesis subject: the use of metaphors in the history of business cycle research: The German Case.
1 October 2015 - present David Philippy. Thesis subject: history of applied behavioral economics
January 2015 - present Jan Middendorp. (co-promotor Prof. Frank den Butter, Free University, Amsterdam). Thesis subject: economists between science and politics: the intellectual lives of Jelle Zijlstra and Willem Witteveen.
1 July 2008- 30 January 2014 Dr. Andrej Svorencik (MSc) (co-promotor with Prof. Mary S. Morgan and prof. Janneke Plantenga). Thesis Title: The experimental Turn in Economics. (Andrej Svorencik is presently holding a post-doc position in the economics department of the University of Mannheim, Dorfman Award 2017 for best thesis in history of economics of the History of Economics Society)
- 1 July 2008 - 28 February 2013 Dr. Federico D'Onofrio (co-promotor with prof. Mary S. Morgan and prof. Janneke Plantenga). Thesis Title: Knowing to Transform: Three Ways for Agricultural Economists to Observe Italy 1900-1940. (Currently as post-doc at UNIL, Lausanne, after post docs at INED, Paris, Duke University, and Yale University with prof. James C. Scott, on a Rubicon grant of the Dutch Science Foundation)
-March 2004 - June 2009: Dr. Floris Heukelom (co-promotor with Prof. John Davis). Thesis title: Kahneman and Tversky and the Making of Behavioral Economics. (currently assistant professor Radboud University, thesis published with CUP).
January 2004 - May 2012: Dr. Maarten Biermans (co-promotor with Prof. John Davis). Thesis title: Decency and the Market: The ILO's Decent Work Agenda as a Moral Boundary of the Market (currently employed as business consultant)


Retour

Suivez nous:        
Partagez: