Alice MESNARD (City University of London) will be visiting with us this semester

Alice MESNARD is a Reader in Economics at the City University of London and is Programme Director of the MSc Development Economics. She is an External Fellow at the Center for Research and Analysis of Migration (CREAM), a Research Associate at EdePo, Institute for Fiscal Studies and a CEPR Research Affiliate.

She was formerly a Senior Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies where she worked at the Center for the Evaluation of Development Policies (EdePo).

Her research interests include Development Economics, Migration, Policy Evaluations and Applied Microeconomics.

Her research has been mainly devoted to understanding the role of public policies in improving human development - migration, education (Conditional Cash Transfer programme "Familias en Acción" in Colombia), health (maternal health and nutrition programmes in Malawi, health insurance in Nigeria, quarantine measures after the outbreak of infectious diseases such as Ebola) and the labour market (New Deal programmes in the UK). More recently she has been strongly involved in the policy debate about how to eliminate human smuggling.

More about Alice MESNARD and her research

Alice MESNARD will visit the Department until June 2018.

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