Stan Veuger's research focuses on the intersection of economic and political behavior. In particular, he has researched voter behavior, political activism, banking supervision, and policy uncertainty. At AEI, Veuger is concentrating on the impact of the Tea Party movement, on the relationship between job losses and economic policy uncertainty, and on the design of various social insurance programs.
Research Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, 2012 - Present
Ph.D., economics, Harvard University, 2012, thesis: "Essays in Political Economy"
M.Sc., economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2005
Doctorandus, Spanish language and literature, Universiteit Utrecht, 2004
Doctorandus, business administration, Rotterdam School of Management, 2004
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