Associate Professor in Economics, King's College London
Pierre-Louis is Associate Professor in Economics at King’s College London. His research uses natural experiments and novel datasets to get a better grasp of policy issues in trade, development, and migration. Previously he was lecturer at the University of Birmingham and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, as well as consultant for the World Bank. He holds a PhD in International Economics from the Geneva Graduate Institute. He is also Assistant Editor for the European Economic Review. See more at http://pierrelouisvezina.weebly.com.
Recent work by Pierre-Louis Vézina
The multiplier effects of FDI: Evidence from Mozambique
Natural resource discoveries trigger FDI bonanzas and employment booms through a local FDI job multiplier, but also induce political instability