Professor in Economics, University of Namur
Guilhem Cassan is Professor in Economics at the University of Namur, and Head of the Economics Master's programme.
He is Director of Programme at CEPREMAP, a member of the CEPR POLECONResearch Group, a full member of EUDN, a research affiliate at CRED (DEFIPP), and a fellow of the World Inequality Database.
He is interested in Development Economics, Political Economy and Economic History.
Recent work by Guilhem Cassan
Caste, identity, and worker productivity in India
While caste-based occupations may hold 'productivity benefits', removing the discriminatory links between low castes and work brings even...
Audio : Institutions & Political Economy
Measuring deprivation: Going beyond income poverty and accounting for premature mortality
A year prematurely lost is as bad as a year spent in poverty. Aggregating these indices offers a more accurate insight into the progress of nations
Articles : Methods & Measurement