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CES SEMINAR: Housing lock: Dutch evidence on the impact of negative home equity on household mobility
CES SEMINAR: The optimal timing of unemployment benefits: theory and evidence from Sweden
CES SEMINAR: Identifying the effect of targeted money transfers on women's empowerment
CES SEMINAR: Empirical welfare analysis
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Integrated likelihood based inference for nonlinear panel data models with unobserved effects
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Poverty or schooling
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: SAP: a fast algorithm for smoothing parameter selection in (adaptive) multidimensional P-Splines
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Taxes and welfare, and the resources parents allocate their children
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Asymptotic inference for directional data
CES SEMINAR: Understanding the gains from wage flexibility: the exchange rate connection
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Shrinking bias to bene t estimation and inference in statistical models
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: A Bayesian perspective on sampling of alternatives
CES SEMINAR: Drip pricing when consumers have limited foresight: evidence from driving school fees
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Dynamic latent plan models
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Laisser faire versus Pareto
ECORES SEMINAR
CES SEMINAR: Supervisory skills and firm productivity: Evidence from training experiments in the Bangladeshi garment sector
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: tiltleTBA
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: On symbols and cooperation
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Outlier detection algorithms for least squares time series
CES SEMINAR: Housing lock: Dutch evidence on the impact of negative home equity on household mobility
CES SEMINAR: The optimal timing of unemployment benefits: theory and evidence from Sweden
CES SEMINAR: Identifying the effect of targeted money transfers on women's empowerment
CES SEMINAR: Empirical welfare analysis
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Integrated likelihood based inference for nonlinear panel data models with unobserved effects
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Poverty or schooling
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: SAP: a fast algorithm for smoothing parameter selection in (adaptive) multidimensional P-Splines
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Taxes and welfare, and the resources parents allocate their children
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Asymptotic inference for directional data
CES SEMINAR: Understanding the gains from wage flexibility: the exchange rate connection
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Shrinking bias to bene t estimation and inference in statistical models
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: A Bayesian perspective on sampling of alternatives
CES SEMINAR: Drip pricing when consumers have limited foresight: evidence from driving school fees
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Dynamic latent plan models
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: Laisser faire versus Pareto
ECORES SEMINAR
CES SEMINAR: Supervisory skills and firm productivity: Evidence from training experiments in the Bangladeshi garment sector
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: tiltleTBA
PUBLIC ECONOMICS SEMINAR: On symbols and cooperation
STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS SEMINAR: Outlier detection algorithms for least squares time series

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Center for Economic Studies

The Center for Economic Studies is the Economics Department of the KU Leuven. Currently the full-time academic staff of the department includes 22 professors, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Frank Verboven. The research covers a wide range of areas in the broadly defined field of economics. 

All research groups have built up considerable expertise in their fields, producing fundamental and policy-oriented research that finds an outlet in top general and specialized journals. The CES research groups also participate in many European, national and regional  research projects. Professors are often called upon by national and international policy makers to give scientific advice. The Center attracts international guest professors as well as research assistants.

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 Gaston Eyskens Chair

The Gaston Eyskens Chair was founded in 1975, on the occasion of the promotion of Prof. Dr. Gaston Eyskens to professor emeritus. This chair is intended to promote the teaching of theoretical and applied economics by organising bi-annually a series of lectures to be given by outstanding economists.

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