Véronique Robichaud completed a Bachelor Degree (1992) and a Master Degree in economics (1994) at Université Laval. Her graduate studies along with her ongoing research activities at the CIRPÉE (Centre interuniversitaire sur le risque, les politiques économiques et l'emploi) have contributed to the development of strong analytical capacities.
Over the years, she has been involved in the development of analytical tools, such as computable general equilibrium models, for the CIRPÉE, Finance Canada, the Department of Finance of Québec and other research centers. Given her strong academic background and her communication skills, she has been involved in many training sessions and acted as a lecturer at the HEC Montreal.
Véronique Robichaud participated in numerous research projects related to regional and international agreements, aboriginal issues, international development and environment.
|Policy alternatives to enhance equity for children in Jordan: context of consumption subsidies reform||Jordan||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Children|
|Agricultural trade liberalization, productivity growth and poverty alleviation: A dynamic general equilibrium analysis||Tunisia||Poverty and inequality , Globalization and trade|
|TRADE POLICY AND POVERTY IN BENIN: A GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS||Canada|
|The Impact of Trade Liberalization on Household Welfare and Poverty in India||India||Impacts of government programs|
|Tax reform, income distribution and poverty in Brazil: An applied general equilibrium analysis||Brazil||Poverty and inequality , Fiscal policy|
|Modelling Gender Dimensions of the Impact of Economic Reforms in Pakistan||Pakistan||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs|
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