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Vermeulen, Dries

Full Professor, Department of Quantitative Economics

Dries Vermeulen is a Professor of Game Theory at the Department of Quantitative Economics at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.

Born in the Netherlands, Vermeulen studied Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute in Nijmegen, where he graduated in 1989, having done a major in Analysis. Next he did his social service, teaching mathematics at the Department of Economics in Tilburg, and went back to Nijmegen afterwards to do a PhD on strategic stability of Nash equilibrium, which he finished in February 1996. He held post-doc positions at the Departments of Economics in Maastricht and Bilbao, and an Assistant Professorship at the Department of Econometrics and Operations Research in Tilburg.

Next to his teaching activity, his research focusses on Game Theory and Decision Theory as well as Mathematical Economics. In the last ten years, Vermeulen published over 20 articles of his academic work in specialist literature.

Literature: Dutch (native), English

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