Modeste is a Research Fellow at CARDES, a private research center in Burkina Faso. He also works as a consultant for the World Bank both for the Social protection and labor unit and for the Gender innovation Lab for Africa.
Modeste completed a PhD in economics at the Centre of Research in the Economics of Development (CRED) and the Development Finance and Public Policies institute (DeFiPP) at the university of Namur, Belgium.
His primary research field is development economics with an interest for financial inclusion policies, labor market outcomes, intra-households resource allocation and behavioral biases.
Prior to his PhD., Modeste got an advanced master in international and development economics from the university of Namur and a master of research (MRes) in economics from the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), France.
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