My field of research is environmental economics, computable general equilibrium modelling, and econometrics of categorical variables applied to non-market valuation. This last theme is an extension of my initial training as an econometrician (Research Master in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics, major in econometrics, Paris 1), but with a much more applied approach. This also applies to the thesis work I have been supervising for a number of years; more specifically, my recent research topics concern the perception of health risks (recreational fishing, drinking water choice), the role of altruism in environmental choices (recycling household waste), and the dynamics of the prices of tradable emission permits. More generally, my work focuses on the role of economic instruments (taxation, tradable emission permits) and social norms in implementing sustainable development paths.
|IDENTIFYING KEY POLICY OPTIONS FOR GROWTH AND GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT IN GHANA||Ghana||Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|L'impact de l'APE sur le travail décent des femmes: Quelle contribution des investissements publics? Une analyse en EGC Dynamique appliquée au cas du Sénégal||Senegal||Gender , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
|Expansion du secteur minier et le développement économique au Burkina Faso : une analyse en EGC dynam||Burkina Faso||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
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