Lamar Crombach is a PhD Candidate at the Swiss Economic Institute (KOF) of ETH Zürich. He finished his Master's degree in Economics, Behaviour & Policy at the Radboud University in 2018. Lamar first worked as a Junior Lecturer at the Radboud University. His major research interests include electoral budget cycles (particularly, the conditioning effects of voter information and monetary union membership), the demographic window of opportunity and the effects of traditional (phone, TV, radio) and social media (Facebook network structures) on fertility preferences and outcomes.
Crombach, L. & Smits, J. (2020). The demographic window of opportunity and economic growth at sub-national level in 91 developing countries. GDL Working paper 20-101.