PhD in Economics, specialized in Development Economics, Sandrine Mesplé-Somps is a research fellow at IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, Research Unit DIAL, Paris), a lecturer at Paris School of Economics, University of Paris Dauphine and University of Paris I-IEDES and an associate researcher to Cepremap and to G-Mond/PSE. Most of her research is applied to Africa. Her research focuses on poverty and inequality in Africa, on the economic impact of migration and remittances in host countries as well as on the impact of economic policy in developing countries. After implementing Computable General Equilibrium Models, she mainly works on micro data analyses.
|The effects of minimum wages on the labour market and income distribution in Kenya; a CGE analysis||Kenya||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|L’analyse socio-economique du secteur et de l'emploi informel au Cameroun||Cameroon||Labor markets|
|Impact of mining and oil boom on employment and economic development in Niger||Niger||Labor markets|
|Impact de l'expansion économique et commerciale de la chine sur la croissance et l'emploi au Burkina Faso: une analyse en EGC||Burkina Faso||Poverty and inequality , Fiscal policy , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
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