Erik Schokkaert is full professor of welfare economics at the Department of Economics of the KULeuven. He has been visiting professor at the London School of Economics, the Université catholique de Louvain and the Universidad ICESI in Cali. His research focuses on (i) the modelling of different notions of distributive justice; (ii) the concept of individual well-being and quality of life; (iii) the application of these concepts to the analysis of specific policy problems in the fields of health, social security, and taxation. He has published in (among others) American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Demography, Rand Journal of Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Health Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, Economics and Philosopy, European Economic Review, Health Policy, and Economica. Together with Wulf Gaertner he has written a book on Empirical Social Choice: Questionnaire-Experimental Studies on Distributive Justice (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
The annual Mark Blaug Prize in philosophy and economics is open for submission
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