Hylke Vandenbussche
 I am currently a full professor in economics at the University of Leuven in Belgium. I started my academic career as a lecturer at the University of Cambridge, UK. After that I was a professor at the university of Louvain-la-neuve for several years. In the US, I have been teaching as a visiting professor at Dartmouth College and I return regularly to the US for research stays and conference attendance e.g. NBER, FREIT, Midwest. I am a member of the American Economic Association and the European Economic Association and a research fellow of CEPR. At Leuven, I teach international trade and micro-economics. My research interests are on firm-level trade and the role of demand, input-output linkages, global value chains and the interaction with trade policy. 

  


Fields: International Trade, Economics, Trade Policy 
Contact: Professor International Economics, University of Leuven (KULeuven), Department of Economics, Naamsestraat 69, 3000 Leuven Belgium T: +32 16/32.69.20; hylke.vandenbussche@kuleuven.be  





  1. new! H. Vandenbussche, W. Connell, W. Simons (2017),"Global Value Chains, Jobs and Trade Shocks. An application to Brexit", CEPR DP, pdf
  2. H. Vandenbussche and C. Viegelahn (2016), "Input Re-allocation within Multi-product Firms",  CEPR working paper, pdf ,slides, revise and resbumit - Journal of International Economics.
  3. A. Bernard, E. Blanchard, I. Van Beveren & H. Vandenbussche (2015),”Carry-along Trade”, forthcoming - Review of Economic Studies, (pdf), presentation, slides
  4. Van Beveren, Ilke, Andrew B. Bernard and Hylke Vandenbussche (2012)." Concording EU Trade and Production Data over Time". NBER Working Paper 8604. A special website has been created with more details on this concordance here.
  5. F. di Comite, J. Thisse and H. Vandenbussche (2014),”Vertizontal Differentiation in Export Markets”, (pdf), Journal of International Economics, presentation, slides.
 
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