Dominique Gusbin

Dominique Gusbin holds a PhD in Physics (1985) and a graduate degree in economics (1987) both from the Université catholique de Louvain. She worked as a research associate at the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) for four years before co-founding in 1989 and managing the consulting office CO<H>ERENCE. During those years, she specialized in the modelling and quantitative analysis of the links between energy/transport, the economy and the environment. With her extensive experience in this field, she joined the Federal Planning Bureau in January 2001 where she started developing the long-term energy outlook for Belgium. Since late 2003, she has been coordinating the research work of the team Energy-Transport.

Belgian representative to the Working Group ‘Energy and Climate Change’ of the EU Economic Policy Committee and member of the Energy Economic Analysts Group within the European Commission (DG ENER)




  • Energy and transport (Coordinator)

CV & Publicaties

Please do not visit, its a trap for bots