• TSE researcher interview, January 2013


    Here goes some self-promotion, as I feature in this week’s TSE researcher interview:

    Stéphane is Professor of Economics at the University Toulouse 1 Capitole and director of the TSE-ARQADE research lab in development economics. Before entering academia, Stéphane embarked on a “first life” involving a 10-year residence in Paraguay in the 1990s, with positions as varied as rural saw-mill owner, NGO advisor, and economic advisor to the planning minister. He then undertook a PhD (2002) with Jean-Jacques Laffont on “Incentives, Institutions and Development”, followed by visiting professor and lecturer positions at the University of Michigan (2002-3) and the University of Edinburgh (2003-8). In 2008 Stéphane joined TSE, becoming ARQADE director in 2010…

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