Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Lecturer in Economics
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- Telephone: +44(0)203 752 2241
- Personal Website: http://www.wnvermeulen.com
- Address: Newcastle University London
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London, E1 7EZ
Wessel Vermeulen joined Newcastle University London in September 2016. He obtained degrees in Economics (BSc) and Financial Economics (MSc) from Maastricht University, The Netherlands, followed by a PhD from the University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg. He held a position as Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford for three years.
Further information can be found on his personal website.
Wessel works on international and regional economics, using applied theoretical and empirical methods, as well as conflict studies and genocide prevention.
His research has been published in a.o. The Economic Journal (2015), Journal of Empirical Finance (2016).
Current research deals with regional interactions and spillovers, with applications to natural resources, trade and migration. Further interest includes international macroeconomics, financial markets, institutions and politics.
Introductory Economics (LEC1017)
Introductory Econometrics (LBS8331)
Applied Econometrics (LBS8257)
Research Methods in Economics and Finance (LBS8330)
Convenor of Issues in Post-Graduate Research
- Hamano M, Vermeulen WN. Adapting to within-country export barriers: Evidence from the Japan 2011 Tsunami. 2017. In Preparation.
- Pegan A, Vermeulen WN. Parliament in Gross Human Rights Violations: The Case of Darfur. Acta Politica 2017.
- Gokmen G, Vézina PL, Vermeulen WN. The Imperial Roots of global trade. 2017. In Preparation.
- Perego ER, Vermeulen WN. Macroeconomic determinants of European stock and bond correlations: A tale of two regions. Journal of Empirical Finance 2016, 37, 214-232.
- Beine M, Coulombe C, Vermeulen WN. Dutch Disease and the Mitigation Effect of Migration: Evidence from Canadian Provinces. Economic Journal 2015, 125(589), 1574-1615.
- Grünfeld F, Vermeulen WN. Failure to prevent Gross Human Rights Violations in Darfur 2003-2004. Warnings to and responses by international decisions makers. Brill-Martinus Nijhoff, 2014.
- Grünfeld F, Vermeulen WN. The role of the Netherlands in the European Framework for an international response on Darfur during its Presidency in 2004-2005. Genocide Studies International 2014, 8(2), 176-192.
- Grünfeld F, Vermeulen WN. Failures to Prevent Genocide in Rwanda (1994), Srebrenica (1995), and Darfur (since 2003). Genocide Studies and Prevention 2009, 4(2), 221-237.