Elie Murard joined IZA as a Research Associate in October 2015. He received his PhD in economics from the Paris School of Economics in December 2015.
Prior to this, he also worked for the World bank as a short term consultant within the Development Prospects Group.
His research interests are in International Migration, Development Economics and Labor Economics more generally. He is particularly interested in understanding the effects of migration on the countries of origin, and especially on the families of migrants left behind.
Recent publications include "How does migration affect individual attitudes towards redistribution ? Empirical evidence across European countries." with Facchini G., Mayda A. in Handbook on Migration and Social Policy, Edward Elgar publishers (2016).
He is Deputy Program Director of IZA's research area "Employment and Development".
Personal webpage : https://sites.google.com/site/eliemurardinfo