The Center for Research in Economics (CEREC) is the economic research center at UCLouvain Saint-Louis – Brussels.
CEREC was founded in 1984 and has been growing since then. Its members develop their research, applied and theoretical, in various fields of economics, with a special emphasis on the scope for public intervention in market economies. The main fields of research are central bank communication, digital economics, education, environmental economics, experimental economics, finance, game theory, growth, industrial organization, monetary economics, public economics, networks, taxation, transport economics, and trade.
2019/1: Who matters in coordination problems on networks: myopic or farsighted agents? Ana Mauleon, Simon Schopohl, Akylai Taalaibekova, Vincent Vannetelbosch
2018/9: Preferences and strategic behavior in public goods games. Gilles Grandjean, Mathieu Lefebvre et Marco Mantovani
2018/8: Enseignement_il faut rééquilibrer les priorités en FWB. Jean-Paul Lambert
2018/7: shadow links, Manuel Foerster, Ana Mauleon, Vincent J. Vannetelbosch
2018/6: Le décret inscription : la vérité si je mens (Regards économiques n°138 – Mai 2018) Benoît Decerf, Gilles Grandjean et Tom Truyts
2018/5: R&D Network Formation with Myopic and Farsighted Firms, Ana Mauleon, Jose J. Sempere-Monerris, Vincent Vannetelbosch
2018/4: Network Formation with Myopic and Farsighted Players Chenghong Luo, Ana Mauleon, Vincent Vannetelbosch
2018/3: Common Ranking and Stability of Overlapping Coalitions Ana Mauleon Nils Roehl Vincent Vannetelbosch
2018/1: Communication With Optional Verification, Simon Schopohl
2017/5: Antidumping as a signaling device under the WTO’s ADA non-disclosure clause , Arastou Khatibi, Wouter Vergote
2017/4: Constitutions and Groups , Ana Mauleon, Nils Roehl, Vincent Vannetelbosch