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Bram De Rock holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics (KULeuven, 2006) and a Ph.D. in Economics (KULeuven, 2007). He teaches advanced mathematics courses to students in economics at SBS-EM. His research interests are household consumer behavior, revealed preference theory and nonparametric production and efficiency analysis.
"The Collective model of household consumption: a nonparametric characterization", (with L. Cherchye & F. Vermeulen), Econometrica, 75, 2007, p. 553-574.
"Analyzing cost efficient behavior under economies of scope: a nonparametric methodology", (with L. Cherchye & F. Vermeulen), Operations Research 56, 2008, p. 204-221.
"Opening the black box of intrahousehold decision making: theory and nonparametric empirical tests of general collective consumption models", (with L. Cherchye & F. Vermeulen), Journal of Political Economy 117, 2009, p. 1074-1104.
“Married with children. A collective labor supply model with detailed time use and intrahousehold expenditure information” (with L. Cherchye and F. Vermeulen) American Economic Review 102, 2012, p. 3377-3405.
See www.mathecosolvay.com for more details on the courses I teach at SBS-EM.
Mathematics and Economic Modeling (Math-S-400, ULB)
Dynamic Optimization (Math-S-401, ULB)
Principles of Mathematics and Economics
ECARES and ECORE, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
University College London and the Institute for Fiscal Studies
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