Visiting Professors

 

 

Sebastien Miroudot

Sebastien Miroudot



  • Education

    2008   Ph.D. in Economics, Sciences Po, Paris

           Dissertation:  Trade and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa.  The dynamic Ricardian theory and non-homothetic preferences (Supervisor:  Patrick Messerlin).

    2002   University of Wisconsin-Madison

            Research scholar at the Department of Economics

    1997   Master’s Degree in International Economics, Sciences Po Paris

    1996   Certificate4 of International Studies, Universite Catholique  de Louvain-la-Neuve

    1995   Graduated from Sciences Po Paris

    1992  Baccalaureat with honours (math).

     

    Language

    French, mother tongue.  Fluent in English.  Some Korean.

     

    Recent Publications

    ●  (with C. Durand) “Is Labour the Fall Guy of a Financial-led Globalisation?  A Cross-Country

    Inquiry on Globalisation, Financialisation and Employment at the Industry Level”, Review of World

    Economics 151(3),  409-432-2015.

    ●   (with B. Shepherd) “The Paradox of “Preferences”: Regional Trade Agreements and Trade Costs in Services”,  The World Economy 37(12), 1751-1772,  2014.

    ●   (with E. van der Marel)  “The Economics and Political Economy of Going Beyond the GATS”, The Review of International Organizations 9(2),  205-239, 2014.   

    ●   (with R. Lanz and H.K. Nordas) “Offshoring of Tasks:  Taylorism versus Toyotism”, The World Economy,  36(2),  194-212, 2013. 

    ●   (with R. Adlung) “Poison in the Wine?  Tracing GATS-Minus Commitments in Regional Trade Agreements”,  Journal of World Trade 46(5),  1045-1082,  2012.

    ●   ”Trade and Investment”  In:  Heydon, K. and S. Woolcock (eds).  The Ashgate Research

    Companion to International Trade Policy.  Ashgate, 2012.

    ●   (with B. Shepherd and J. Sauvage) “Trade Costs and Productivity in Services Sectors”, 

    Economics Letters 114(2012), 36-38, 2012.

     

    Interests

    International economics, trade and development.  Global production networks.  Trade in services.  EU-Asia economic relationships.  History of trade, trade liberalization.

    Work Experience

    2012-          Senior Trade Policy Analyst, OECD Trade and Agriculture, Trade in Services Division.

    2014-2012    Trade Policy Analyst, OECD Trade and Agriculture, Trade in Services Division.

    2000-2004    Research Fellow at Groupe d’Economie Mondiale, Sciences Po Paris

    1998-1999    Assistant to the Economic and Financial Counsellor, French Embassy (Kinshasa, Dem. Rep. of Congo and  
                      Quagadougou, Burkina Faso)

     

     

     

     



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