Servaas Storm


Senior Researcher

Department:

Values, Technology and Innovation

Section:

Economics of Technology and Innovation

Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Building 31

Phone: +31 15 27 83548
Room number: C3.070
E-mail: S.T.H.Storm@remove-this.tudelft.nl

Secretary: E. (El) Arkesteijn-van Schaik

Secondary employment

Research interests

  • Design for values
  • Management of responsible innovation
  • Economics of technological change and productivity growth
  • Economics of climate change, renewable energy transition and sustainability
  • Macroeconomics, economics & finance, economic growth, structural change and distribution

Dr. S.T.H. (Servaas) Storm

Profile

Dr. Servaas Storm holds a PhD (Economics) from Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is on the Editorial Board of the journal Development and Change (2006-present) and a member of the Working Group on ‘The Political Economy of Distribution’ of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), New York (2014-present). He is also on the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies (2014-present).

Research

Servaas Storm works on the secular stagnation of productivity growth in the OECD countries; technology-induced structural change and (employment) dualisation; the economics of climate change, energy use and (renewable) energy transition. The book he co-authored with C.W.M. Naastepad on Macroeconomics beyond the NAIRU, published in 2012 by Harvard University Press, was awarded the 2013 Myrdal Prize of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE).

Teaching activities

Dr. Storm teaches economics courses in various programmes and is involved in the specialisation track Economics & Finance.

Key publications

  • P. Kohler and S. Storm. 2016. “CETA without blinders: how “cutting trade costs and more” will cause unemployment, inequality and welfare losses.International Journal of Political Economy, volume 45 (4), pp. . Earlier published as Global Development and Environment Institute Working PaperNo. 16-03. Tufts University: GDAE.  
  • S. Storm. 2016.How the invisible hand is supposed to adjust the natural thermostat: a guide for the perplexedJournal of Science and Engineering Ethics. 
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2016. “Structural divergence and crisis in the Eurozone: the role of NAIRU economics. Chapter 9 (pp. 101-128) in Joseph E. Stiglitz and Martin Guzman (eds.), Contemporary Issues in Macroeconomics: Lessons from the Crisis and Beyond. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2015. “NAIRU Economics and the Eurozone Crisis.” International Review of Applied Economics, volume 29 (6), pp. 843-877.
  • S. Storm. 2015. “Structural change.” Development and Change, volume 46 (4), pp. 666-699, July.
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2015. “Europe’s Hunger Games: Income distribution, cost competitiveness and crisis.” Cambridge Journal of Economics, volume 39 (3), pp. 959-986.
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2015. “Crisis and Recovery in the German economy: The Real Lessons.” Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, volume 32 (1), pp. 11-24.
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2006-7. “OECD demand regimes (1960-2000)”, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics volume 29 (2), pp. 211-246 (Winter).

More publications

Books

  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad. 2012. Macroeconomics beyond the NAIRU. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.  Winner of the 2013 Myrdal Prize of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad (Eds). 2001. Globalisation and Economic Development, ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • S. Storm and C.W.M. Naastepad (Eds.). 1996. The State and the Economic Process, ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • S. Storm. 1993. Macroeconomic Considerations in the Choice of an Agricultural Policy. A Study into Sectoral Interdependence with Reference to India. Aldershot: Avebury.
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