Thomas Demuynck has a Phd in Economics from Ghent University. He held a Postdoc position at the K.U.Leuven and held a position at Maastricht University. Currently, he is Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM). He is also a member of the European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics (ECARES) and a member of the Group for the Advancement of Revealed Preference (GARP). His main research involves applying revealed preference theory to various models of individual and joint decision making.
Insight into the community outreach of Thomas Demuynck
- Open enrolment lifelong learning engagement: math bootcamp in the advance master in political economy.
- Mathematics and Economic Modelling (MATH-S401)
- Dynamic optimization (MATH-S401)
- Mathématique : fonctions de plusieurs variables (MATH-S201)
- Mathématique générale (analyse – math-S1011; algèbre linéaire – Math S1012)
- Demuynck T. Herings J.-J. Saulle R. and Seel C. (2019), “The myopic stable set for social environments,” Econometrica, 87, 111–138.
- Cosaert S and Demuynck T. (2018), “Nonparametric welfare and demand analysis with unobserved individual heterogeneity,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 100, 348–361.
- Cherchye L. Demuynck T. De Rock B. and Vermeulen F. (2017), “Household consumption when the marriage is stable,” American Economic Review, 107, 1507–1534.
- According to google scholar around 500 citations and an H-index of 12
- 2003, Voseko price for best economics thesis (Ghent University)
- 2010, The prize for the best article written and presented by an economist under the ageof thirty-five; awarded by: The scientific committee of the International Conference in memoriam of Maria Concetta Chiuri on Household, Labour and Migration Economics (University of Bari)
- 2015, GSBE Excellent Fellow Award (Maastricht University)
- 2019: Winner (together with Marjorie Gassner and Bram De Rock) of the Teachin Award of SBS-EM. This award recognises our efforts as a team for training the quantitative skills of our undergraduate and graduate students.