David Sonnewald is a PhD student in economics at UCLouvain Saint-Louis - Bruxelles. He is a researcher at the Center for Applied Public Economics (CAPE) and a member of the Center for Research in Economics (CEREC).
His research interests include labour and education economics, microsimulation modelling, and data science. As personal interests, he is also fond of behavioral economics and economic history, with a particular focus on the evolution of social inequalities.
David Sonnewald is currently working on the Beamm project, an online open-acces comprehensive tax-benefit microsimulation model for Belgium.
PhD in Economics
UCLouvain Saint-Louis - Bruxelles
MSc in Economics and Management of Government and International Organizations, 2020
Exchange Program, 2018
EMLyon Business School
Bachelor in Economics and Social Sciences, 2017