Louis-Marie Asselin had his first academic training in mathematics and later in economics. He got his Ph. D. degree in development economics. He began his professional career as professor at Laval University in 1967, in the area of mathematics and statistics, especially in household survey design. Now partly retired, he has 38 years experience in developing countries, mainly in Africa and Asia, also in Caraïbes and Central America. Until end 2008, researcher at Laval University, department of economics. Mainly involved now in multidimensional poverty measurement and analysis, frequently in the context of consultancy relative to PRSP monitoring and evaluation systems and also in the context of technical support to young researchers in the same area. Still active in the area of survey sampling methodology and regularly advising national statistical departments on the sample design of national households surveys. Main intellectual interests: ethics and moral philosophy, history and philosophy of mathematics. Grandfather, horticulturist.
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