Emile Cammeraat is since august 2015 connected to the Department of Economics at the Leiden University as PHD-candidate.
Emile Cammeraat has studied ‘law’ and ‘Economics and Business Economics’ at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He specialized by doing the master International Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the European Master in Law and Economics (cum laude) at the universities of Bologna, Hamburg and Mumbai.
Title research: The economic effects of social security.
As a PhD-candidate, Emile is researching the effects of social security:
- Preventing NEETs during the Great Recession – A mandatory activation program for young welfare recipients.
- The effects of commitment to social security in the constitution on social expenditure schemes.
- The relationship between social expenditure schemes and inequality, poverty, life-expectancy and economic growth.
- De added and discouraged worker effects: An analysis of the Great Recession in the Netherlands.
- Law and Economics (audience I)
Recent presentations / themes
- The Effect of Constitutional Commitment to Social Security on Social Expenditure Schemes, September 15, 2017, EALE, London pdf
- The Relationship Between Social Expenditure Schemes and Inequality, Poverty, Life-expectancy and Economic Growth, June 5, 2017, FISS pdf
- Preventing NEETs During the Great Recession – The Effects of a Mandatory Activation Program for Young Welfare Recipients, January 24, 2016, seminar CPB pdf