Ton van Schaik
A.B.T.M (Ton) van Schaik studied and worked at Tilburg University where he received his M.Sc. in 1968 (cum laude), and his PhD in 1973 (cum laude). In the course of time his research and policy work focused on economic history, capital theory, dynamic input output analysis, vintage models, macro econometric model building, empirical macroeconomics, Keynesian and Kaleckian macroeconomics, recurrent cycles, efficiency wages, price rigidities, hysteresis, growth and industrial structure, labor market economics, economics and society, growth and technology, Fabricant's laws and political economics.
Currently he is active in teaching and research on Culture, Institutions and Economic Development.
Articles by Ton van Schaik:
Piketty’s two laws
6 July 2014, 20418 reads