Staff

Visitors

Name Affiliation Visit
Persa Paflioti University of the Aegean 2 January 2014 - 30 June 2015

Past Visitors

2015
Name Affiliation
John Nelson University of Aberdeen
Brett Smith University of Western Australia
2014
Name Affiliation
Luuk Brederode Delft University of Technology
Jin Chun Dalian University of Technology, China
Stephen Ison Loughborough University, UK
Tomio Miwa EcoTopia Science Institute, Nagoya University, Japan
Jonathas Barbosa Moreira
Jia Yan Washington State University
Ta-Hui Yang National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology (NKFUST)
Bojian Zhou Southeast University, China
2013
Name Affiliation
Professor Sveinn Gudmundsson Toulouse Business School, France
Tomas Errazuriz Universidad Catolica del Maule, Chile
Davide Contu The University of Cagliari, Italy
Yoram Shiftan Israel Institute of Technology
Jeremy Rioult ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Yohan Planche ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Erik-Sander Smits Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
2012
Name Affiliation
Professor Shinya Kurauchi Ehime University, Japan
Professor Peter Kleine-Moellhoff Reutlingen University, Germany
Professor Laurent Denant-Boemont University of Rennes 1, France
Professor Sean Doherty Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Professor Stephen Ison Loughborough University, UK
Associate Professor Caspar Chorus Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Associate Professor Paul Childerhouse University of Waikato, New Zealand
Dr Bartomiej Gorlewski Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Glen Weisbrod Economic Development Research Group
Esther de Bekker-Grob University Medical Centre Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Renaud Bayle ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Vincent Le Cann ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Paul Joho ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Boris Ploix ENTPE, University of Lyon, France
Tan Lin NanKai University, China

I am back in the Netherlands and telling everybody what a great time I have had in Sydney. For 2.5 months, I have visited ITLS as an occupational trainee to analyse the data of my choice experiment on the valuation of environmental services. The main reason for choosing ITLS was its leading position in the field of discrete choice modelling. Although my visit was short, thanks to great supervision and regular meetings, I have had the chance to rapidly improve my modelling skills, apply the latest techniques in discrete choice analysis, but also, on a more general level, learned to think more strategically about a PhD and publications. I am very grateful that ITLS offers such opportunities to young researchers and takes supervision seriously.

Marije Schaafsma, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam, 2009