Pierre Levasseur

POST-DOCTORANT // POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

Domaine de compétence

Économie du développement // Development economics

Économie de la santé // Health economics

Économie de l’environnement // Environmental economics

Micro-économétrie appliquée, analyse exploratoire de données // Econometrics & Data mining

Méthodes d’évaluation d’impact // Impact assessment methods

Méthodologie d'enquêtes quantitatives // Quantitative survey methods

Approches qualitatives // Qualitative approach

Encadrement

Katrin Erdlenbruch, Directrice de Recherche, Irstea

Christelle Gramaglia, Chargée de Recherche, Irstea

Projets réalisés et en cours

PROJET POSTDOCTORAL :

Les enjeux socioéconomiques de la pollution minière et industrielle : une étude comparative France, Espagne, Portugal (projet SOIL TAKE CARE, fond européen Interrégional SUDOE 2017-19). //Socioeconomic issues of mining and industrial pollutions: a comparative study between France, Spain and Portugal.

PROJET COLLABORATIF :

Les formes de protection sociale à Madagascar – PROTECT (projet Région Aquitaine 2018-20). //The forms of social protection in Madagascar.

 

 

Publications

Is excess weight penalised or rewarded in middle-income countries’ labour markets? Comparative evidence from China, India and Mexico, with Matthieu Clément and Suneha Seetahul, Kyklos, forthcoming.

Why conditional cash transfers programs fail to target the poor? The case of urban Mexico (2020), CEPAL Review, forthcoming.

Can social programs break the vicious cycle between poverty and obesity? Evidence from urban Mexico (2019), World Development vol.113, p.143-156.

Implementing a regression discontinuity design to explore the heterogeneous effects of obesity on labour income: The case of Mexico (2019), Journal of Public Health, vol.27 1, p.89-101.

How does childhood obesity affect school achievement? Contributions from a qualitative analysis implemented in Mexico City (2017), with Luis Ortiz-Hernandez, Autrepart vol. 83, p.51-72.

Causal effects of socioeconomic status on central adiposity risks: Evidence using panel data from urban Mexico (2015), Social Science & Medicine vol.136-137, p.165-174.

 

 

Working papers under review

Changes in the effect of overweight on wages: Evidence from the Mexican labor market.

“Fat black sheep”: Educational penalties of childhood obesity in an emerging country.

Why do people continue to live in polluted areas? Empirical evidence from Southwestern Europe, with Katrin Erdlenbruch and Christelle Gramaglia.

Health and social costs induced by exposure to soil pollution: Evidence from a case-control study, with Katrin Erdlenbruch and Christelle Gramaglia.

 

 

Works in progress

Pollution perception and avoidance behaviors, with Sofia Bento, Katrin Erdlenbruch and Christelle Gramaglia.

Impacts of violence and inequalities on lifestyles, food consumption and nutrition: Evidence from Mexico, with Matthieu Clément, Suneha Seetahul and Lucie Piaser.

Demographic, nutrition and epidemiological transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa: The impacts of socioeconomic status, with Tsiri Andrianampiarivo.

The impacts of school starting age on human capital: Evidence from Brazil.

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