School choice dynamics and segregation
This research collaboration between the University of Amsterdam, the University of Groningen, the Dutch Inspectorate of Education, and the City of Amsterdam aims to unravel the dynamics of school choice and resulting patterns of segregation and inequality in primary schools by assuming a multi-dimensional approach to segregation.
Modelling electric vehicle charging behaviour
Together with the cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht, researchers from the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences study the behaviour of electric vehicle charging in order to determine the best rollout strategy for public charging infrastructure.
Tackling criminal networks
The Dutch police and an interdisciplinary research team of the University of Amsterdam found a more effective way to destabilise cannabis networks: removing specialised players rather than the most high-profile and seemingly influential criminals.
Resilience of industry clusters
An interdisciplinary research consortium was formed to analyse the complexity and resilience of regional industry clusters in the context of climate policy. Partners in this project are the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), and Statistics Netherlands (CBS).