Bernard Decaluwe

Prof. Decaluwé has been a Full Professor in the Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Université Laval, Québec, Canada since 1987. He is also a Research Fellow at the Interuniversity Center on Risk, Economic Policies, and Employment (CIRPEE). Presently he is Network Leader of Modeling and Policy Impact Analysis (MPIA) within the Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP) Network, and has published widely on various issues related to trade and poverty. He specializes in international economic relations, and is more particularly interested in foreign trade, development policy and poverty and inequality issues. He has piloted many technical assistance and international cooperation projects in different developing countries, and devoted a large part of his energies to develop relevant analytical instruments to aid the decision making process. In this context, he has established in the beginning of the 90, the PARADI School and Clinic for modeling economic development policies which have been adopted in many countries such as France, Morocco, Kenya, Senegal, Gabon, Vietnam, the Philippines, Bangladesh, and Singapore. He has also be invited professor in several Universities: Louvain, Nice, Paris Sorbonne, Guadeloupe, Ile de la Reunion

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Projects

Title Country Themes
Think COVID - Kenya Ethiopia Health and nutrition
Politique d’emploi et File d’attente sur le marché du travail : cas du Sénégal Senegal Labour markets and employment
CGE-microsimulation analysis of government infrastructure investment and interventions in South African rural economy: focus on rural economic development, food security, poverty and gender South Africa Gender & women’s empowerment , Poverty and Inequality , Fiscal policy , Agriculture and food security
ASSESSING THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE NIGERIAN RURAL ELECTRIFICATION FUND (REF-1) PROGRAMME USING A GENDER COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL Nigeria Gender & women’s empowerment , Fiscal policy
Public Investment on National Food Security Programs in Nigeria: A CGE Analysis of the Macroeconomic, Welfare and Gender Impact on Small Farm Holders in Nigeria. Nigeria Gender & women’s empowerment , Fiscal policy , Agriculture and food security
Incidences de la stratégie d’investissement 2019-2023 du Sénégal sur la croissance, l'emploi des jeunes et des femmes et le bien-être des ménages : analyse à l'aide d'un modèle EGC dynamique. Senegal Gender & women’s empowerment , Fiscal policy , Labour markets and employment , Youth and children
Impact des politiques publiques pro-genres dans les secteurs agricoles sur l'emploi des femmes dans un contexte de dépendance économique aux ressources naturelles : Cas de la RDC Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Gender & women’s empowerment , Labour markets and employment , Agriculture and food security
Assessment of the welfare, employment and gender impacts of policy options for renewable energy financing in Nigeria Nigeria Gender & women’s empowerment , Labour markets and employment
Exchange rate policy in a dollarized economy: Implications on growth and employment in Bolivia Bolivia Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade
Politiques Agricoles, emploi et revenu des femmes au Burkina Faso Burkina Faso Gender & women’s empowerment , Poverty and Inequality , Labour markets and employment
Institutionalisation project for Mongolia Mongolia Poverty and Inequality , Financial inclusion
POLICY OPTIMIZATION WITH A CGE MODEL Canada Poverty and Inequality
The role of Micro and Small Scale Enterprises in Ethiopian Economy; Government Intervention and Alternative Strategies: CGE Analysis Ethiopia Poverty and Inequality , Entrepreneurship
La croissance chinoise, une aubaine pour l'économie centrafricaine? Central African Republic Globalization and trade
Impacts of Cambodia's Tariff Elimination on Household Welfare and Labor Market: A CGE Approach Cambodia Poverty and Inequality , Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade
TRADE POLICY AND POVERTY IN BENIN: A GENERALEQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS Canada Poverty and Inequality , Globalization and trade
Functional Forms and Parametrization of CGE Models Canada
The Impact of Trade Liberalization on Household Welfare and Poverty in India India Poverty and Inequality , Globalization and trade
The Poverty Impacts of the Doha Round in Cameroon: The Role of Tax Policy Cameroon Poverty and Inequality , Globalization and trade

Details

Professor Bernard Decaluwe
Professeur Titulaire
Université Laval
PEP Network, CIRP

Contact information:

Département d'économique, Pavillon J-A DeSève
Québec (Québec)
Canada
G1V 0A6
T: 1-418-656-5561
T: 1-418-9537820
F: 1-418-656-2707
bdec@ecn.ulaval.ca

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