Frederic Vermeulen
Research Fellow

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Vermeulen Frederic Vermeulen (1974) is a professor of economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Leuven. He is also an international research fellow of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, CentER (Tilburg University), and IZA. His fields of interest are the economics of the family with a focus on demand analysis and labour supply. He has published in journals like Econometrica, American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Econometrics and Operations Research.

He joined IZA as a research fellow in May 2005.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
11205  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Rachel Griffith
Martin O’Connell
Kate Smith
Frederic Vermeulen
A New Year, a New You? Heterogeneity and Self-Control in Food Purchases
10242  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Khushboo Surana
Frederic Vermeulen
Marital Matching, Economies of Scale and Intrahousehold Allocations
9843  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Selma Walther
Frederic Vermeulen
Where Did It Go Wrong? Marriage and Divorce in Malawi
9001  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
A Simple Identification Strategy for Gary Becker's Time Allocation Model
8070  Laurens Cherchye
Thomas Demuynck
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Household Consumption When the Marriage Is Stable
6571  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Arthur Lewbel
Frederic Vermeulen
Sharing Rule Identification for General Collective Consumption Models
6266  Laurens Cherchye
Ian Crawford
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Aggregation without the Aggravation? Nonparametric Analysis of the Representative Consumer
5190  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Married with Children: A Collective Labor Supply Model with Detailed Time Use and Intrahousehold Expenditure Information
(published in: American Economic Review, 2012, 102 (17), 3377-3405)
4272  Jan Boone
Karen van der Wiel
Frederic Vermeulen
Kinky Choices, Dictators and Split Might: A Non-Cooperative Model for Household Consumption and Labor Supply
(published in IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 2014, 3 (11).)
3794  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
An Afriat Theorem for the Collective Model of Household Consumption
(published in: Journal of Economic Theory, 2010, 145(3), 1142-1163.)
3349  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Economic Well-Being and Poverty among the Elderly: An Analysis Based on a Collective Consumption Model
(published in: European Economic Review, 2012, 56 (6), 985-1000)
3062  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
The Revealed Preference Approach to Collective Consumption Behavior: Testing, Recovery and Welfare Analysis
(published as 'The revealed preference approach to collective consumption behavior: testing and sharing rule recovery' in: Review of Economic Studies, 2011, 78 (1), 175 - 198)
2319  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Analyzing Cost Efficient Production Behavior Under Economies of Scope: A Nonparametric Methodology
(published in: Operations Research, 2008, 56(1), 204-221)
2004  Laurens Cherchye
Frederic Vermeulen
Nonparametric Analysis of Household Labor Supply: Goodness-of-Fit and Power of the Unitary and the Collective Model
(published in: Review of Economics and Statistics, 2008, 90 (2), 267-274)
1887  Adriaan Kalwij
Frederic Vermeulen
Labour Force Participation of the Elderly in Europe: The Importance of Being Healthy
(published as: "Health and labour force participation of older people in Europe: what do objective health indicators add to the analysis?" in: Health Economics, 2008, 17(5), 619-638. )
1603  Laurens Cherchye
Bram De Rock
Frederic Vermeulen
Opening the Black Box of Intra-Household Decision-Making: Theory and Non-Parametric Empirical Tests of General Collective Consumption Models
(published in: Journal of Political Economy, 2009, 117 (6), 1074 - 1104)
1294  Pierre-Carl Michaud
Frederic Vermeulen
A Collective Retirement Model: Identification and Estimation in the Presence of Externalities
(published in: Labour Economics, 2011, 18 (2), 159-167)
 

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