Cem Ermagan

M: +32 492 182 606
T: +32 2 642 0017
E: cermagan@ceg-europe.com

Cem is an Associate at CEG Europe and is based in the Brussels office. He has worked empirically on a variety of subjects, mostly within the fields of microeconomics, industrial organization, economics of innovation, and applied econometrics. At CEG, he is part of the broader litigation and disputes team.

Prior to joining CEG, Cem was an Adjunct Professor for quantitative research methods at Vesalius College in Brussels. Whilst undertaking his doctoral training in Business Economics at KU Leuven in Belgium, he taught courses in statistics and econometrics. He also worked at the Centre for Research & Development Monitoring (ECOOM) on innovation and research statistics.

Cem holds a Diploma in Economics from the University of Mannheim, where he worked at the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research Centre (ZEW). At ZEW he contributed to a variety of projects such as the “Mannheim Enterprise Panel (MUP)” micro database or the investigation of potentials and constraints to young companies in the course of their energy transition.

Cem is fluent in English, German, and Turkish.