Pim Klamer has been a researcher at the Research group Normative Professionalisation since 1 May 2016. His research focuses on the (normative) professionalisation of appraisers of commercial real estate (such as office buildings).
Pim has been working at the HU since 2009 and he lectures for the bachelor's degree in Facility Management (IBA) and the master's degree in Urban and Area Development (IGO). Prior to this, he worked for approximately 10 years as a Spatial Economist in commercial real estate management at VU Amsterdam.
Pim conducts his doctoral research with great pleasure, but he also attaches great importance to the practical relevance of his research. The recommendations he provides in his role as a training advisor with the Dutch Association of Real Estate Agents and Appraisers (NVM) will hopefully be applied, both within the HU and in the professional field.
Fields of expertise
- Normative Professionalisation
- Commercial property management
- How client attachment affects information verification in commercial valuation practice
- Complexity in valuation practice an inquiry into valuers’ perceptions of task complexity in the Dutch real estate market
- Research bias in judgement bias studies a systematic review of valuation judgement literature