Researchers of Economics and Business and her 2 Schools are connected with and contribute to several research centres and institutes.
The ASE Research Institute has 8 research programmes. Ze specialises in research concerning e.g. actuarial science, experimental economics, financial econometrics and markets & organisations. Her researchers are connected with a number of affiliated research centres and institutes.
The Amsterdam Business School aims to publish internationally-recognised research across the broad spectrum of business disciplines. Focus areas are CSR & Sustainability, Digital & Data and Entrepreneurship.
A Sustainable Future (ASF) is a research platform, with focus on research on key societal themes. Both faculties of Amsterdam School of Economics and Amsterdam Business School are integrated.
The Amsterdam Center for Corporate Finance (ACCF) specialises in financial management of corporations and the operations of the financial sector. It provides a forum where academics and practitioners can discuss financial theory and corporate policy.
The Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics (ACLE) is an interdisciplinary collaboration of the faculty of Economics and Business and the Amsterdam Law School. ACLE supports research within the fields of law and economics.
The Amsterdam Center for Entrepreneurship (ACE) strives to help students, academics and tech professionals with turning their ideas into successful companies.
The Amsterdam Centre for Business Innovation (ACBI) develops and publishes knowledge and insights, to help organisations, sectors and regions in enhancing their performances in (business-related) innovation.
The Amsterdam Centre for Insurance Studies (ACIS) is an independent community with over 50 (inter)national researchers. It is an interdisciplinary initiative of the faculty of Economics and Business and the Amsterdam Law School.
The Amsterdam Institute for International Development (AIID) is a collaboration of several universities. Their focus is on development of sustainable solutions to health issues.
The Amsterdam People Analytics Centre (APAC) aims to assist in facilitating partnerships between industry and academia in the area of people analytics.
APAC is connected to the Amsterdam Business School.
The Amsterdam School of Real Estate (ASRE) aims to professionalise education on real estate and to offer solutions to interdisciplinary issues.
ASRE is connected to the Amsterdam Business School.
The Amsterdams Instituut voor ArbeidsStudies (AIAS) is an interdisciplinary collaboration of the Amsterdam Law School, and the faculties of Humanities, Economics and Business and Medicine. AIAS aims to merge knowledge in the field of labour studies.
The Center for Nonlinear Dynamics in Economics and Finance (CeNDEF) is a multidisciplinary research group. Its focus is on nonlinear systems within economics and finance.
The Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making (CREED) focuses on 3 research areas: Economics of Political Decision Making, Bounded Rationality and Institutions and Experimental Economics.
The Institute for Business and Industrial Statistics (IBIS) aims to actively foster knowledge about statistics and the use of it in society. The institute offers trainings in Lean Six Sigma and contributes to scientific developments in statistics.
IBIS is connected to the Amsterdam Business School
SEO Economisch Onderzoek conducts applied economic research, to support the decision-making process of her clients in both public and private sector.
The Tinbergen Institute (TI) is a graduate school and research centre of the University of Amsterdam, VU Amsterdam and Erasmus University Rotterdam. TI offers a Research Master with 3 tracks: Econometrics, Economics and Finance.
The Top Institute for Evidence Based Education Research (TIER) controls research in the field of evidence-based education. Research results are modified to be used for education and policy making.
TIER is connected to the Amsterdam Business School.