Tag Archives: Jean-Noël Senne

The RITM is visiting at UCL

Jean-Noël Senne was a visiting lecturer at University College London (UCL) from the 16th to the 24th October 2019. He gave two econometrics lectures and practical sessions on the use on non-linear econometric models in health economics. He was hosted during one week at the Institute for Global Health to work on a joint (…)

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Migration experience, the emergence of local elites and development in Mali

Jean-Noël Senne presented his research project at the economic seminar in Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) on the 24th of September 2019, joint with Marion Mercier, Lisa Chauvet, Flore Gubert and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps (IRD-DIAL, UMR LEDa, Université Paris Dauphine). Using unique individual data collected between 2009 and 2016 among council members elected in a representative sample of Malian localities, the project first studies the role (…)

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Conducting surveys among migrants: feedbacks from the MIDDAS project

Jean-Noël Senne was invited at the seminar “Premiers Pas” at the University of Bordeaux on March 28th, 2019. He presented feedbacks and a review of findings from the MIDDAS project. This project, funded through the ANR (2009-2012), aimed at collecting multi-sited and matched data among both Senegalese migrants and their origin families back home to investigate the impact of migration on development in the home country.  

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The RITM on RFI!

Jean-Noël Senne was one of the guests of the radio show « 7 milliards de voisins » on Radio France Internationale (RFI) this Tuesday, September 5 th. He was invited to discuss the root causes of migration in Sub-Saharan Africa and the role family and networks play in the migration decision, with the (…)

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