Jules Gazeaud is a postdoctoral fellow at J-PAL MENA. His research uses modern econometric methods to produce policy-relevant studies on poverty, social protection, migration, education, and areas at the intersection of these topics. Part of his research is based on fieldwork and randomized experiments in the MENA region. He holds a PhD in Economics from CERDI (France) and was a visiting student at the University of Oxford. Prior to joining AUC, he was a postdoctoral fellow at NOVAFRICA (Portugal) and consulted with the World Bank.
PhD in Economics, CERDI, Université Clermont Auvergne
Gazeaud, Jules, Mvukiyehe, Eric, and Sterck, Olivier. 2021. “Cash transfers and migration: Theory and evidence from a randomized controlled trial.” The Review of Economics and Statistics (forthcoming).
Gazeaud, Jules. 2020. “Proxy Means Testing vulnerability to measurement errors?” The Journal of Development Studies, 56(11): 2113–2133.
- Development Economics
- Social Protection