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Philip Vermeulen

Research

Division

Monetary Policy Research

Current Position

Principal Economist

Fields of interest

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Email

philip.vermeulen@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Education
1993-1999

PhD in Economics, Stanford University, Stanford, USA

1993-1996

MA in Economics, Stanford University, Stanford, USA

1991-1992

Accredited Teacher of Economics, Ghent University, Belgium

1987-1991

BA in Economics, Ghent University, Belgium

Professional experience
2020-

Principal Economist- Monetary Policy Research Division, Directorate General Research, European Central Bank

2010-2019

Senior Economist - Monetary Policy Research Division, Directorate General Research, European Central Bank

2008-2010

Senior Economist - Euro Area Macroeconomic Developments Division, Directorate General Economics, European Central Bank

2004-2008

Senior Economist - Monetary Policy Research Division, Directorate General Research, European Central Bank

1999-2004

Economist - Monetary Policy Research Division, Directorate General Research, European Central Bank

1996-1997

Researcher - Economic Research, National Bank of Belgium

1991-1993

Research Assistant - Ghent University, Belgium

Teaching experience
1999

Instructor, Stanford University, Palo Alto, USA

ECB publications
25 November 2020
7 April 2020
22 November 2018
21 November 2018
16 October 2018
18 July 2018
28 October 2016
24 May 2016
18 February 2016
21 October 2015
18 December 2014
20 August 2014
14 July 2014
1 February 2012
30 September 2011
9 January 2009
31 January 2008
28 June 2007
14 February 2007
20 July 2006
26 June 2006
22 December 2005
14 December 2005
23 May 2005
28 April 2004
1 December 2001
1 December 2001
1 October 2001
1 November 2000
External publications
2019
German Economic Review
Elementary Index Bias: Evidence for the Euro Area from a Large Scanner Dataset
  • Gábor‐Tóth
  • E. and P. Vermeulen
2019
Journal of Official Statistics
Is the Top Tail of the Wealth Distribution the Missing Link between the Household Finance and Consumption Survey and National Accounts?
  • Chakraborty R.
  • Kavonius I.K.
  • Pérez-Duarte S. and Vermeulen P.
2018
Review of Income and Wealth
How fat is the top tail of the wealth distribution?
  • Vermeulen
  • P.
2017
Journal of Banking and Finance
Corporate investment and bank-dependent borrowers during the recent financial crisis
  • Buca
  • A. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2017
Applied Economics
Lenders on the storm of wholesale funding shocks: saved by the central bank?
  • de Haan
  • L.
  • van den End
  • J.W. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2016
International Journal of Central Banking
How do households allocate their assets? Stylized facts from the Eurosystem household finance and consumption survey
  • Arrondel
  • L.,Bartiloro
  • L.
  • Fessler
  • P.
  • Lindner
  • P.
  • Mathä
  • T.Y.
  • Rampazzi
  • C.
  • Savignac
  • F.
  • Schmidt
  • T.
  • Schürz
  • M. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2016
American Economic Review
Estimating the top tail of the wealth distribution
  • Vermeulen
  • P.
2014
International Journal of Forecasting
An evaluation of business survey indices for short-term forecasting: Balance method versus Carlson–Parkin method
  • P. Vermeulen
2012
Journal of Money Credit and Banking
Price setting in the euro area: some stylised facts from individual producer price data
  • Dias
  • D.
  • Dossche
  • M.
  • Gautier
  • E.
  • Hernando
  • I.
  • Sabbatini
  • R.
  • Stahl
  • H. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2012
Empirical Economic
Markups in the Euro area and the US over the period 1981-2004: a comparison of 50 sectors
  • Christopoulou
  • R. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2008
Applied Economics
Firms' investment decisions in response to demand and price uncertainty
  • Fuss
  • C.and Vermeulen
  • P.
2008
Review of Business and Economics
The response of firms‘ investment and financing to adverse cash flow shocks: the role of bank relationships
  • Fuss
  • C. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2006
Journal of the European Economic Association
Sticky prices in the euro area: a summary of new micro evidence
  • Álvarez
  • L.J.
  • Dhyne
  • E.
  • Hoeberichts
  • M.
  • Kwapil
  • C.
  • Le Bihan
  • H.
  • Lünnemann
  • P.
  • Martins
  • F.
  • Sabbatine
  • R. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2006
Economics letters
Factor content, size, and export propensity at the firm level
  • Vermeulen
  • P.
2003
Oxford Review of Economic Policy
New findings on firm investment and monetary transmission in the euro area
  • Châtelain
  • J-B
  • Generale
  • A.
  • Hernando
  • I.
  • Vermeulen
  • P. and von Kalckreuth
  • U.
2003
Journal of the European Economic Association,
Monetary policy transmission in the euro area: new evidence from micro data on firms and banks
  • Châtelain
  • J-B.
  • Ehrmann
  • M.
  • Generale
  • A.
  • Martínez-Pagés
  • Vermeulen
  • P. and Worms
  • A.
2002
Journal of Banking and Finance,
Investment and monetary policy in the euro area
  • Mojon
  • B.
  • Smets
  • F. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2002
Cahiers Économiques de Bruxelles
The interest rate and credit channel in Belgium: an investigation with micro-level firm data
  • Butzen
  • P.
  • Fuss
  • C. and Vermeulen
  • P.
2002
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
Business fixed investment: evidence of a financial accelerator in Europe
  • Vermeulen
  • P.