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Marie-Agnes Jouanjean

Research Fellow

Portrait of Marie-Agnes Jouanjean
Marie-Agnes Jouanjean is a Development and Trade Economist as well as Agronomist. Her specific areas of expertise are agriculture and rural development economics and policy with a specific analytical focus on trade and development. She has most recently worked on food standards, Non-Tariff Barriers and Aid for Trade in agriculture. She also has expertise on value chain analysis, agricultural systems, rural livelihoods, food security and poverty dynamics. She led country case studies in Guatemala and Madagascar in which she implemented exporters and household surveys. She holds a PhD in International Economics, GEM at Sciences Po, Paris and worked in collaboration with KULeuven, LICOS. She holds a combination of experiences both at an academic level and at an operational level working for International Organizations (European Commission, World Bank, OECD, UNIDO), Think Tanks and NGOs.
  1. Regional infrastructure for trade facilitation

    Research reports

  2. Kenya ending drought emergencies policy review: scenarios for building resilience in ASALs

    Working papers

  3. Disentangling transit costs and time in South Asia

    Research reports

  4. Infrastructure for the participation of smallholders in modern value chains

    Research reports

  5. Infrastructure, trade facilitation, and network connectivity in sub-Saharan Africa

    Research reports

  6. Trade facilitation and concentration: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa

    Research reports

  7. Regional infrastructure for trade facilitation: impact on growth and poverty reduction - Policy summary

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Promoting growth and reducing poverty through regional infrastructure

    Event

  9. Regional infrastructure for trade facilitation – what is the impact on growth and poverty?

    Event

  10. Climate change, private sector and value chains: constraints and adaptation strategies

    Working papers

  11. Regional infrastructure for trade facilitation – impact on growth and poverty reduction. A literature survey

    Research reports

  12. Four trade priorities for the global development agenda in 2015

  13. Background notes for a trade and development think tank workshop

    Working papers

  14. Evaluation ‘Nederlandse Financieringsmaatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden’ (FMO-A)

    Research reports

  15. Understanding the effects of resource degradation on socio-economic outcomes in developing countries

    Research reports

  16. The history, impact and political economy of barriers to food trade in sub-Saharan Africa: an analytical review

    Research reports

  17. Barriers to trade in food staples in West Africa: an analytical review

    Research reports

  18. Audio interviews at the Bali WTO Ministerial: Aid for Trade and food security

  19. Aid for Trade facilitation goes beyond cutting red-tape

  20. Targeting infrastructure development to foster agricultural trade and market integration in developing countries: an analytical review

    Research reports

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