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BARTAL Mehdi

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
French-Moroccan
Research
Economics
Teaching
Economics

Biography

Dr. Mehdi BARTAL is an Assistant Professor of economics at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). Mehdi Bartal holds an engineering degree from ecole Speciale des Travaux Publics de Paris and a PhD in economics from Paris School of Economics. He was a Fulbright visiting scholar in the Department of Macroeconomics at the university of Pennsylvania. Before joining uM6P, he worked as an economist at Banque de France in Paris. He participated in many national and European projects related to macro-finance. His research focuses on macroeconomics, housing, and labor, emphasizing income and wealth inequalities. His work combines heterogeneous agents models with microeconomic data and has been presented at leading international academic conferences.

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CHARBoNNEAu Mathieu

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Canada
Research
Philosophy and history of science and technology, science and technology studies (STS), cognitive science
Teaching
philosophy

Biography

Dr. Mathieu CHARBoNNEAu is a professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). Pr. Charbonneau was a postdoctoral researcher at the Social Mind Center and at the Department of Philosophy of the Central European university (CEu), Budapest, Hungary. He was also a Technology Studies postdoctoral researcher at the Science Studies program at the CEu and a fellow of the Konrad Lorenz Institute in Vienna. Pr. Charbonneau obtained a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the university of Montreal, Canada. Pr. Charbonneau's research program inaugurates a new perspective on the nature and impacts of the technological extension of human cognition and agency. He approaches human understanding and agency as fluid, historically evolving capacity. He is currently developing a framework approaching the technical distribution of human cognition and agency from a historical, cultural-evolutionary perspective. Deeply interdisciplinary, this is a unique research program proposing a novel way to approach conceptual, scientific, and technological change and study their practical, ethical, and philosophical implications. Pr. Charbonneau's academic contributions have been recognized, notably by winning the prestigious Ernest Nagel Prize of the Philosophy of Science Association and receiving an honorable mention for the very prestigious Popper Prize of the British Society for the Philosophy of Science.

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SAVARD Luc

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Francais et canadien
Research
economie de l'environnement et ressources naturelles, economie publique, bien-etre et analyse d'impact.
Teaching
Economie de l'environnement et des ressources naturelles, analyse des politiques publiques et developpement durable

Biography

Dr. Luc Savard is a Professor at the Faculty of Governance, Economic and Social Sciences of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). He obtained his doctorate in economics from the Paris School of Economics. Before joining uM6P, Savard was a full professor in the Department of Economics at the university of Sherbrooke. He was also co-founder and Director of the International Economics and Development Research Group (GREDI) and Director of economics programs. Before his time at the university of Sherbrooke, Pr. Savard was head of the IDRC team based in Dakar. He was also an associate researcher at CREFA at Laval university for seven years. Pr. Savard has been a consultant for many institutions such as the World Bank, IMF, oECD, Asian Development Bank, GTZ, uNICEF and has worked directly with several governments. Pr. Savard is the author of some 40 scientific publications and book chapters. He is co-author of a book entitled Economic Policies for Development: CGE Models. His research themes focus on the environment and natural resources, public spending, and analysis of the impact on poverty and inequalities. His recent research focuses on the links between macro-type models and micro-simulation models. Pr. Savard is also associate editor of the International Journal of Microsimulation.

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ZouITEN Hayat

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Moroccan
Research
Behavioral economics and risk analysis
Teaching
Mathematics and computer science

Biography

Dr. Hayat ZouITEN is a permanent professor at the Faculty of Governance, Economic and Social Sciences of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). Pr. Zouiten obtained her Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the Faculty of Sciences, Moulay Ismail university, Meknes, Morocco. Before joining uM6P, she worked at the Faculty of Economic and Social Legal Sciences Ain Sebaa of Hassan II university in Casablanca. Pr. Zouiten's research activities focus on modeling risk and time for individual decision-making and organizations within the Center for Behavioral Economics & Decision Making (CBED). She has published ten research articles in international peer-reviewed journals. In addition, Pr. Zouiten has presented research work on her recent advantages in control theory and optimization at numerous international conferences.

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GEDEoN ACHI Fiona

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
French, Canada, Lebanese, Italian
Research
anthropology, science and technology studies, expertise, evidence-based policy, development, infrastructure studies, anthropocene
Teaching
anthropology, development, infrastructure, anthropocene

Biography

Dr Fiona GEDEoN ACHI is a professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). Pr. Gedeon Achi holds Master's degree in the Social Sciences from the university of Chicago and a PhD in Anthropology from McGill university. Before joining uM6P, Pr. Gedeon Achi has been a lecturer and researcher in institutions across Turkey, France, England, and Canada. She has also been a consultant from the Africa Gender Innovation Lab at the World Bank. Her publications include: The embodied counterfactual, publication date Mar 2020, publication, description World Development; unpacking their libraries, publication date 2011, publication description Fields: Terrains - undergraduate Journal of Anthropology, McGill; Behind the map: crises and crisis collectives in high-tech actions, publication date Aug 2008, publication description Master's Thesis on the Anthropology of Digital Humanitarianism (Crisis Mapping).

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HoSSAINI Faical

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Marocaine
Research
Macroeconomics, International Economics
Teaching
Economics

Biography

Dr. Faical HoSSAINI is a professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). He holds a master's in economics from the university of Quebec in Montreal, an MBA in finance with profile looking for the same university, and a Doctorate with a specialization in macroeconomics, obtained at Mohammed V university in Rabat. Before joining the uM6P, Pr. Hossaini worked as an economist in the Department of Economic Studies at the Central Bank for more than ten years, where he developed expertise in various areas related to monetary policy. He has also taught economics and econometrics at numerous universities in Morocco and abroad. Pr. Hossaini's research interests focus on economic issues in developing and emerging countries, including Morocco, with themes that fall within certain lines of research, in particular, economic cycles and policies, open macroeconomics and applied econometrics.

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TSYAWo Emmanuel

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Ghanaian
Research
Econometrics and Empirical Industrial organisation
Teaching
Econometrics (PhD), Macroeconomics (undergrad), and Mathematical Economics (undergrad)

Biography

Dr. Emmanuel TSYAWo is a professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). He obtained a PhD in Economics at Temple university, Philadelphia. Pr. Tsyawo's specialization and main area of research is Microeconometrics. He is currently focused on developing robust estimators in a weak instrumental variable framework. These methods seek to exploit, beyond linear dependence, mean and arbitrary quantile dependence for consistent estimation.

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BoCCANFuSo Dorothee

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
French - Canadian
Research
Public policy ; Development economics ; quantitative methods ; impact analysis ; poverty ; inequality ; Africa ; sustainable goals
Teaching
Economic analysis ; econometric and impact analysis methods ; research method ; development economics

Biography

Dr Dorothee Boccanfuso is a professor of Governance, Economic and Social Sciences at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university(uM6P). Pr. Boccanfuso graduated from Laval university in Quebec with Ph.D in Economics. For more than 20 years, Boccanfuso has worked as a development economist and research officer in many countries of the Francophonie. She was in charge of the first field office of the PEP network in Dakar. As a professor at the university of Sherbrooke (Quebec), Pr. Boccanfuso conciliated teaching, research, and administrative tasks as Director of the Department of Economics, Vice-Dean of Management and Secretary of the School of Business, and Vice-Dean of Research and Graduate Studies. She has been a consultant for various international organizations such as the World Bank, the IMF, the oECD, and the ADB. Dr. Boccanfuso's fields of specialization and research activities focus mainly on developing countries' welfare issues (poverty, inequality). She has also worked on environmental issues, natural resources, agriculture, migration, and public policies (education, health). She chaired the expert committee on the guaranteed minimum income of the Government of Quebec, was President of the Canadian Society of Economics, and is Associate Editor of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Pr. Boccanfuso has published more than 40 scientific articles, a book, and several book chapters.

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NoueT Clotilde

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
francaise
Research
Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law
Teaching
Philosophy, Political Theory

Biography

Dr. Clotilde NoueT is an Assistant Professor in philosophy at the Faculty of Governance, Economic and Social Sciences (FGSES) at Mohammed VI Polytechnic university (uM6P). Pr. Nouet earned an Associate of Philosophy from Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris and a Ph.D. from the university of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne and the Humboldt university (Berlin). Nouet did two years as a Post-Doc in Lyon. Pr. Nouet's research is in social and political philosophy and focuses on democracy, access to public space, theories of justice, and theories of the State.

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ABDuL REDA Amir

Department
Human, Economic & Social Sciences (FGSES)
Pole
Human, Economic & Social Sciences
Nationality
Ivorian
Research
Computational social sciences, social movements, public opinion, migration
Teaching
Comparative politics, data science.

Biography

Dr. Amir ABDuL REDA is an Assistant Professor at the Faculte de Gouvernance, Science economique et Sociales (FGSES) of university Mohammed VI Polytechnique (uM6P). Pr. Abdul Reda received his Ph.D. in computational political science from the university of Toronto. His research lies at the border of comparative politics and quantitative methods and makes use of the vast amount of data available through social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to study social movements, migration, and public opinion. At uM6P's FGSES, his teaching focuses on data science, elections, public opinion, and advanced topics in quantitative methods. Pr. Abdul Reda's work on measuring social movement activities using Twitter data was recently published in Sociological Methods & Research.

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