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Camille Laville

Research Fellow

  • Global Risks and Resilience
Portrait of Camille Laville

Dr. Camille Laville is a Research Fellow in ODI's Global Risks and Resilience programme and Research Associate at CERDI (Clermont-Ferrand, France). Her work is at the intersection of development economics, political science and strategic studies in fragile and conflict-affected settings, particularly in West and Central Africa.

Camille has over eight years’ experience in analysing how fractured social cohesion and poverty affect the risks of internal conflicts in low- to middle-income countries, especially when combined with external shocks like climate hazards or commodity price disruptions. She has worked as a research consultant for the World Bank and the French Development Agency, supporting policy-oriented research on economic and socio-political dynamics in fragile states to improve the way aid programmes take into account and mitigate the interconnected risks and vulnerabilities that characterise these contexts.

Camille is proficient in both French and English, and she possesses robust technical skills in quantitative modelling, spatial analysis, and systematic literature reviews.

Camille at ODI