Marion Richard
Marion Richard
Assistant Researcher

Marion A.J. Richard is a postdoctoral researcher at NOVA. She completed her Phd at the Paris School of Economics and the Université Catholique de Louvain under the supervision of Flore Gubert (DIAL) and William Parienté (UCLouvain).

Her research interests lie at the intersection of development economics and political economy.

She has done research on conflict, climate change, gender norms and colonial policies as determinants and barriers to migration in developing countries.

2024 (expected) - PhD in Economics - Paris School of Economics / UCLouvain

2019 - Master in Public Policy and Development - Paris School of Economics

2017 - Master in INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY - Sciences Po Paris

2014 - Bachelor in Political Sciences - Sciences Po Paris 

Migration, conflict, climate change, gender norms, colonial policies, economic history