Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in Economics, University of Oxford and Nuffield College
Victor Pouliquen is a Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Oxford and Nuffield College. He completed his PhD at the Paris School of Economics in 2020.
His research studies how public policies affect formal and informal institutions in Developing Countries. He currently focuses on questions related to the consequences of informality, to the role of new technologies in reshaping the way governments collect taxes and to the impact of mass media on social norms in Africa.
Recent work by Victor Pouliquen
A high-quality intensive family planning radio campaign increased contraception uptake by 20%
Providing information and assistance to informal firms increases formalisation, but the cost of the intervention is likely prohibitively high