Jean-Noël Senne

Jean-Noël Senne

Permanent

Assistant Professor in Economics

Faculté Jean Monnet
54, Boulevard Desgranges
92330 SCEAUX

Office: D102

Jean-Noël Senne's personal website

Assistant professor in Economics at the University Paris Sud – Paris Saclay and research associate at the French Institute of Research for Development (IRD-DIAL). His research focuses on education and migration issues in developing countries, with a strong focus on intra-household decision-making and the determinants of migration and remittances. His work is based on extensive fieldwork in Sub-Saharan Africa and innovative survey designs, involving the collection of longitudinal and migrant-origin household matched data.

Fields of Research

Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Microeconometrics, Household Surveys
International Migration, Remittances, Education

University and Community Service

Teaching

Research Grants

  • 2016-2017: DGEF, French Home Office – Climate Change and Migration, Coordinator and Analyst
  • 2014-2015: World Bank, Greenback Project 2.0 – “Remittances Champion Cities”, Coordinator and Analyst
  • 2012-2014 : ANR POLECOMI – Political Economy of International Migration, Field Reseach Coordinator
  • 2009-2011: ANR MIDDAS – Migration and Development in Senegal, Field Reseach Coordinator and Analyst

Publications

Work in Progress

  • “Return Migration and Local Elite in Mali”, joint with Chauvet L., Gubert F., Mercier M. & Mesple-Somps S.
  • “The Role of Diaspora Networks in the Localisation Choice of Asylum Seekers”, joint with Spielvogel G.
  • “The Determinants of ODA for Health: Are Aid Decisions Affected by Natural Disasters?”, joint with Roca P.

Refereed articles in English

Refereed articles in French

Technical reports