Martijn Mak

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Martijn Mak

Martijn Mak works as a consultant at Amsterdam Bureau for Economics. Martijn has conducted various studies for the Dutch national government and for local governments in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten and in the Caribbean Netherlands. Among these studies are the mapping of the digital infrastructure in the Caribbean Netherlands and the research into the economic effects of landlord subsidies in the Caribbean Netherlands. He also conducted various studies for the country packages of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten and evaluated the Kingdom Act on Financial Supervision Curaçao and Sint Maarten (Rijkswet financieel toezicht), the Debt Restructuring (Schuldsanering) Curaçao and Sint Maarten, and the Aruba-Netherlands Protocols (Protocollen Aruba-Nederland). He also conducted research for a macroeconomic action plan for Curaçao and mapped the socio-economic effects of vacation homes in Aruba.

Martijn has extensive quantitative experience and has carried out various competition and state aid law calculations, Market Economy Operator (MEO) tests in particular. He also develops and manages the Caribbean Analytics and Statistics (CAS) data tool.

Martijn is a graduated economist and econometrician. During his bachelor’s degree in Econometrics, he also completed the first year of Economics and Business Economics and broadened his focus in the field of General Economics. He completed both his bachelor’s degree in Econometrics and his master’s degree in Economics at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam, both of which cum laude. The research for his master thesis has been published in the journal Sustainability.

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