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Eléazar Zerbo

Jeunes docteurs et ATER
  • Email
  • Tél. professionnel 0140975922
  • Bureau à Paris Nanterre (Bât. + num.) G209
  • Research group

      Développement Durable, Environnement et Energie

  • Theme(s)
    • Economie du développement durable
    • Croissance et cycles
    • Macroéconomie de l'environnement et de l'énergie
    • Econométrie appliquée

Current position

Teaching assistant and Researcher (ATER), University Paris Nanterre

 

Research fields
Economics of sustainable development, Growth and environment, Applied econometrics

 

Education

2013-2017 PhD in Economics, University of Nantes, LEMNA (Laboratory of Economics and Management of Nantes-Atlantiques)
Thesis title: "Empirical essays on economic growth and the environment in Sub-Saharan African countries"
Thesis committee: Jean-Louis Combes (referee), Claude Diebolt (president), Phu Nguyen-Van (referee), Fabien Tripier (inspector), Olivier Darné (supervisor).

 

Professional experiences
2017-2018 Lecturer in Economics, University of Nantes
Teaching assistant
- Econometrics (3rd degree Bachelor in economics)
- Microeconomics (2nd degree Bachelor in economics and Management)
- Macroeconomics (1st degree Bachelor in economics and Management)
- Statistics (1st degree Bachelor in economics and Management)

 

2014-2017 Teaching assistant, University of Nantes
- Econometrics (3rd degree Bachelor in economics)
- Quantitative techniques (1st degree Bachelor in economics and Management)

 

Articles in scientific journals
Zerbo E., Darné O. (2018) Unit root and trend breaks in per capita output: evidence from sub-Saharan African countries, Applied Economics 50(6): 634-658. https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2017.1332752
Zerbo E. (2017) Energy consumption and economic growth in Sub-Saharan African countries: Further evidence, Economics Bulletin 37(3): 1720-1744
Zerbo E. (2017) Income-environment relationship in Sub-Saharan African countries: Further evidence with trade openness, Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24(19):16488-16502. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-017-9303-z

 

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