"Input-output, global value chains and energy transition”, visiting research stay of Prof. Dr. E. Dietzenbacher
Aims & Objectives
Understanding the most up to date developments on Global Value Chains analysis & footprints.
Getting interesting feedback and ideas of follow-up from current CREDENAT (http://www.credenat.com/en/)
Learning the insights of Structural Decomposition Analysis (SDA) applied to energy transition.
Having time for specific (e.g. 1 to 1) discussions on new work ideas, on proposals/revision of mathematical input-
output derivations, writing style for a certain audience, etc.
Finding insights from the work of a former journal Editor, and on academic writting.
Getting to know how to organize a succesfull programme research visits (as at the Univ. Groningen).
Learning from ED’s experiences on different academic roles, teaching at different institutions, etc.