Projects and articles of Christophe Heyndrickx
ResearcherChristophe Heyndrickx is a bio-engineer in agricultural and environmental economics and has a master's degree in advanced economics. During his career as a researcher at TML, he also obtained a PhD in economics in the field of transport, energy, and urban development. Christophe has experience as a project leader of several large EU projects and smaller national projects. He specialises in modeling regional and national economic policies, using general equilibrium modeling. He is involved in model development at national and European level, and is responsible for the further development of general equilibrium models by TML. He is also involved in calculating social, environmental, and transport economic indicators in the context of sustainable economic development and transport. He also has experience in adapting transport to changing climate conditions, public transport planning, the socio-economic impact of kilometre charging, and cost-benefit analyses of infrastructure projects.
Planning study "De Bieshoek"
Impact studies SmartMove
The Brussels Government reached an agreement on 3 December on a smart road pricing scheme. This was substantiated by TML in collaboration with the Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles. Our impact study (NL and FR) lists the effects on mobility and external costs of transport, budgetary effects and socio-economic effects.
SCBA sustainability rail traffic
SCBA to make rail transport more sustainable by further electrification of the Belgian railway network or replacement of diesel traction by other sustainable modes of transport.
Optimisation rail Gent-Terneuzen
A prognoses of the transport volumes by rail (up til 2030) in the harbours of Terneuzen and Gent, and a SCBA.
Shifting from Labour Taxation to Road Pricing
Effects of potential scenarios for greener fiscal policy, more specifically through road pricing for passenger cars
The ITACA project aims to shed light on the drivers and barriers for the adoption of new technologies in ATM.
Monitoring instrument of Flemish transport nodes
Exploratory study towards an instrument for quantitative analysis of mobility within the Flemish transport nodes
Road pricing personal vehicles
Road tax on passenger cars in Flanders: the long-awaited report with figures!
Our contributions are mainly in the areas of pricing, technology and enforcement, socially responsible policy and monitoring.
Basic Accessibility to Flemish Urban and Regional Transport
Substantiation and funding of the core network and broader market functioning of the supplementary network.
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Impact of Transport Infrastructure on the International Competitiveness of Europe
Road Pricing analysis of trucks in Flanders
Integrated spatial-economic-ecological model development and implementation for Belgium
Integrated spatial-economic model Benelux
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
Spatial-economic-ecological model for the assessment of the Russian Federation's sustainability policies
E40 - Haspengouw
SCBA analysis connection Sint-Truiden (Haspengouw) - E40
Economic effects of transport interruptions due to ice winters in the Baltic Sea
Calculation of the indirect or second order effects of environmental policies
Effects of climate change on inland waterways and inland shipping competitiveness
Employment 2025: How multiple transitions will affect the European labour market
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.
Tool-supported policy-development for regional adaptation strategies
Distributional impact of a regional road pricing scheme in Flanders
Opponents to road charging often voice concerns on equity. Based on an extensive study, we show that benefits and costs depend mainly on the profile of the car user and not on income, such that households with average car use generally benefit.