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Laurens Cherchye

Laurens Cherchye is a full professor in quantitative economics at the KULeuven. He is also an extramural fellow of CentER (Tilburg University), an honorary senior research associate of the University College of London and an international research fellow of the Institute for Fiscal studies (also in London). He obtained a Ph.D. in economics in 2001 at the KULeuven. Please see his CV for more details. Read More

Bram De Rock

Bram De Rock is a full professor in mathematical economics with positions at the Université libre de Bruxelles and the KULeuven. He is also a visiting professor at the University College of London and the Institute for Fiscal studies (also in London). He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics (KULeuven, 2006) and a Ph.D. in Economics (KULeuven, 2007). Please see his CV for more details. Read More

Thomas Demuynck

Thomas Demuynck is an assistant professor at Maastricht University. Before, he was a postdoc researcher at the KULeuven and he obtained his Ph.D. at Ghent University in 2008. Please see his CV for more details. Read More

Marijn Verschelde

Marijn Verschelde is a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer at Ghent University and the KULeuven (KULAK). He obtained his Ph.D. at Ghent University in 2012. Please see his CV for more details. Read More

Veerle Hennebel

Veerle Hennebel is a Ph.D. student at the KULeuven under the supervision of Laurens Cherchye. She obtained her master in Mathematics in 2012 at the KULeuven. Her research merely focuses on production analysis (including efficiency analysis) and household economics. Please see her CV for more details. Read More

Pieter Jan Kerstens

Pieter Jan Kerstens is a Ph.D. student at KULeuven under the supervision of Laurens Cherchye. His main research interest lies in production theory in general with a focus on efficiency analysis. Further research interests include (household) consumption theory and behavioral economics. Read More

Barnabé Walheer

Barnabé Walheer is a Ph.D. student at ECARES (ULB) under the supervision of Bram De Rock. His research focuses on the incorporation of bad outputs in nonparametric production models. Please see his CV for more details. Read More

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