Projects and articles of Christophe Heyndrickx
ResearcherChristophe Heyndrickx is bio engineer in Environmental and Agricultural Economics and holds a Master degree in Advanced Economics. He specializes in modelling regional and national economic policy, using applied general equilibrium modelling. He was involved in several model development projects on national and European level and is responsible for the further development of applied general equilibrium modelling at TML. He was involved in the calculation of indices for the social, environmental and economic sustainability of transport and sustainable development of the economy in general.
Basic Accessibility to Flemish Urban and Regional Transport
Substantiation and funding of the core network and broader market functioning of the supplementary network.
Tool-supported policy-development for regional adaptation strategies
Impact of the Belgian Truck Kilometre Charge on the Food Industry
Estimate of direct cost increase and economic impact of the Belgian truck kilometre charge on the food industry.
Employment 2025: How multiple transitions will affect the European labour market
Impact of Transport Infrastructure on the International Competitiveness of Europe
Calculation of the indirect or second order effects of environmental policies
Effects of climate change on inland waterways and inland shipping competitiveness
Economic effects of transport interruptions due to ice winters in the Baltic Sea
Spatial-economic-ecological model for the assessment of the Russian Federation's sustainability policies
E40 - Haspengouw
SCBA analysis connection Sint-Truiden (Haspengouw) - E40
Update of Elasticities in the HERMIN Model
Identifying and aggregating elasticities for spill-over effects due to linkages and externalities in the main sectors of investment co-financed by the EU cohesion policy
Integrated spatial-economic model Benelux
Integrated spatial-economic-ecological model development and implementation for Belgium
Road Pricing analysis of trucks in Flanders
Pilot study to develop the concept of 'smart rural transport areas'
Shifting from Labour Taxation to Road Pricing
Effects of potential scenarios for greener fiscal policy, more specifically through road pricing for passenger cars