Bruno Larue

I see myself as an applied microeconomist specialized in international trade and agricultural economics. I got my B.Sc. from McGill U. in agricultural economics in 1983 and my PhD from the department of economics at Iowa State U in 1988. I began my academic career at the U. of Guelph in Ontario in 1988. I moved to Laval U. in 1991 and I am still there! Along the way, I have been editor of the Canadian J. of Agricultural Economics, President of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society and on the editorial board of the Canadian J. of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness. I have been the coordinator of the research network on the "Structure and Performance of Agriculture and Agri-products Industry". I have also been the director of a research center, the Center for Research on the Economics of Agri-food (CREA) at Laval University that merged with two other centers to become the Center for Research on the economics of the Environment, Agri-food, Transports and Energy (CREATE). Since 2003, I have had the privilege of being the Canada Research Chair in International Agri-food Trade.


Title Country Themes
‘Work-study’, Internship and Educational Mismatch among Youths: Evidence from Zambia Zambia Labor markets
Access to child care and mothers’ employment quality: lessons from Chile Chile Gender , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets , Children
Understanding youth entrepreneurship in Benin: the role of microcredit uptake and entrepreneur capacity building Benin Labor markets
Civil conflict and labour market outcomes in Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Gender , Education and training , Labor markets , Children
Can Urbanization Improve Household Welfare and Provide Inclusive Opportunities? The Case of Urban Expansion in Ethiopia Ethiopia Gender , Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets
Migration, Remittances and Child Schooling in Rural Cambodia Cambodia Education and training , Labor markets , Children
Gender and Age Diversity to Forster Innovation and Productivity Growth Brazil Gender , Labor markets
Do out-migration and remittances induce shifts to non-farm entrepreneurship among the left-behind? Evidence from Nepal Nepal Gender , Labor markets


Professeur Bruno Larue
Universite de Laval

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