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Jeanne Métivier is an Assistant Professor at KEDGE Business School since 2020. She has worked as an Associate Researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies, a think tank based in Brussels, and as a consultant for the World Trade Organization, based in Geneva.  Jeanne focuses on better regulation and analysis of public (trade) policies. She has over 5 years of experience in international trade. Jeanne has been involved in several impact assessments and ex post evaluations for the European Commission.  She has extensive experience in data collection and analysis, including conducting interviews and arranging stakeholder consultation. She also has experience in quantitative methods, such as econometrics, partial equilibrium models and general equilibrium models. She has teaching experience in international economics, quantitative modeling, research methodology, financial economics, wine economics, and corporate finance.  Jeanne holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bordeaux (France), a M.Sc. in International Economics, Banking and Finance from the University of Bordeaux (France) and a B.Sc. summa cum laude in Economics and Finance from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (United States of America). Mother tongue French, and she is fluent in English.   

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    METIVIER, J., E. BEKKERS, M. BACCHETTA, R. KOOPMAN, "International trade cooperation's impact on the world economy", Journal of Policy Modeling, 2023, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 713-744 2023 Journal article
    METIVIER, J., E. BEKKERS, M. BACCHETTA, L. IUNIUS, E. TRESA, A. N. YILMAZ, "The decarbonization of international trade" in World Trade Report 2022 - Climate change and international trade., Ed., WTO (World Trade Organization), chap. D, pp. 78-98, 2022 2022 Book chapter
    BOUËT, A., J. METIVIER, "Is the Dispute Settlement System, "Jewel in the WTO's Crown", beyond reach of developing countries?", Review of World Economics, 2020, vol. 156, no. 1, pp. 1-38 2020 Journal article
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    • Corporate finance


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