Dorinth van Dijk


Dorinth van Dijk

Economics and Research Division
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Short Bio

Dorinth is an economist at Econometrics and Models Department. He is also a PhD-candidate at the University of Amsterdam and visiting researcher at the MIT Center for Real Estate.


Expected 2018 - Ph.D. Real Estate Finance University of Amsterdam
2015 - M.Sc. Business Economics - Real Estate Finance and Finance (double specialization, cum laude)

Research Interests

  • Real Estate Economics
  • Market Liquidity
  • Mortgage Financing
  • Forecasting
  • Bayesian Econometrics
  • State-Space methods
  • Applied Econometrics
  • GIS

Work in Progress

van Dijk, D.W. “Regional constant quality housing market liquidity indices."

Rolheiser L., van Dijk, D.W., and van de Minne A. “Does Housing Vintage Matter? Exploring the Historic City Center of Amsterdam"

van Dijk, D.W., Francke, M.K., and van de Minne A. “Credit, price and wage dynamics in the housing market.”

Dröes, M.I., and van Dijk, D.W. “Sharing Risk with Your Neighbors: Portfolio Size, Geographical Scale, and the Idiosyncratic Risk in Housing Markets."

Working Papers

Revisiting supply and demand indexes in real estate (with D. Geltner and A. van de Minne), DNB Working Paper No. 583, January 2018. Download

Publications in refereed journals

van Dijk, D.W. and Francke, M.K. (forthcoming), Internet search behavior, liquidity, and prices in the housing market, Real Estate Economics. Download

Other publications

Butler, B., van Dijk, D.W., and Stokman, A. (2017), Voorspellers onderschatten cycliciteit economie, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 102(4755), 552-555. Download

van Dijk, D.W., van de Minne, A., and Geltner, D. (2017), Prijsdynamiek van commercieel vastgoed in de EU: cheaper is better, Real Estate Research Quarterly, September 2017, 29-37. Download

van Dijk, D.W., Francke, M.K., and Mastrogiacomo, M. (2017), Beperking hypotheekrisico zichtbaar met loan level data, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 102(4749S), 27-31, 2017. Download

Latest update: March 2018