Pieter is Professor of Economics at the VU University of Amsterdam and research fellow at CEPR, CESifo, IZA and the Tinbergen Institute. He is also a co-founder of the Search and Matching research group. Pieter’s research focuses on search and matching models of the housing market, and the labour and marriage market.
- Simultaneous search and efficiency of entry and search intensity
- Estimation of Search Cost: Do non employed workers search hard enough?
- Sorting And The Output Loss Due To Search Frictions
- Employment Protection, Technology Choice, And Worker Allocation International
- Intra firm bargaining and Shapley values
- Search Frictions, Competing Mechanisms and Optimal Market Segmentation
- Estimating equilibrium effects of job search assistance
- Identifying present bias and time preferences with an application to land-lease-contract data
- Multiple Applications, Market Power and Competing Mechanisms
Selected Working Papers:
- Marketmaking Middlemen
- Search, Screening and Sorting
- Meetings and Mechanisms
- On the Foundations of Competitive Search Equilibrium with and without Market Makers