Since I started in Tilburg in 2007, I have been advising a number of Ph.D. students. I always found it particularly rewarding to see students grow during those years. Below you find a list of names.
A remarkable thing about doing a Ph.D. is that we normally don't teach students in a structured way how to perform certain tasks, like writing a paper, communicating, and many other things. Therefore, I collected a few links that Ph.D. students in economics and related fields may find helpful.
There is a lot of great stuff out there, here I'm trying to give you a starting point for your own journey. Please send me an email if you come across something that I may want to include.
how to code like a pro
how to set up a work flow for empirical project and automate things to save time
If you're currently in the CentER research master program in economics and interested in working on a topic that is related to my research interests, feel free to get in touch.
The best time to do that is sometime in your second year, but feel free to contact me earlier. Usually, you would write your research master thesis with me, maybe also your term paper, and then a revised version of that thesis would become the first paper of your thesis.