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Dorothée Boccanfuso is a Full Professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University.
She graduated from Université Laval (PhD in Economics). She was a professor at the University of Sherbrooke for more than 15 years, where she was involved in teaching, research and administrative management in the Business School. In addition to her tenure as a full professor, she has served as Chair of the Department of Economics, Director of the PhD program in Development Economics, Associate Dean for Administration and Secretary of the Business School, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies. She has worked as a development economist and head of research in many countries of the Francophonie, especially in Africa, for over 20 years.
Her areas of specialization are welfare issues (poverty, inequality), impact evaluation of public policies mainly in developing countries. She has published more than 40 scientific articles, a book and several book chapters.
She is a fellow at CIRANO (Canada). She was President of the Canadian Society of Economics from 2013 to 2014. She is also Associate Editor of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies. She has been a consultant for various national (IDRC, GIZ) and international organizations such as the World Bank, IMF, OECD and AfDB.
Pr. Boccanfuso chaired the expert committee on the guaranteed minimum income of the Government of Quebec in 2016-2018 (mandated by the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Ministry of Employment, Labour and Social Solidarity) from which several recommendations have been implemented in the province of Canada.
For the academic year 2022-2023
- (ECO504) Econométrie Appliquée pour l'Evaluation d'Impact
- (ECO101) Introduction à l'Analyse Economique
- (ECO217) Introduction à l'Analyse d'Evaluation d'Impact
- Human Capital Index (HCI) – from uncertainty to robustness of comparisons
- The innovation gender gap in transition countries
- General Equilibrium Effects of Trade Liberalization in ECOWAS Countries: Structural Gravity Approach
- Can school-based physical activity foster social mobility?
- Social return on investment (SROI) method to evaluate physical activity and sport interventions: a systematic review
- A Hypothesis on poverty change in Albania (2007-2016)