African Development Bank Group, Côte d'Ivoire, and IZA, Germany
IZA World of Labor role
Economic Consultant, The African Development Bank, Côte d'Ivoire
Development economics, applied microeconomics, natural disasters, migration, labor economics, female empowerment
Research Associate and Deputy Program Director of the Employment and Development Program Area, IZA, Germany
PhD Economics, CERDI, University of Auvergne, 2013
“Natural disasters and human mobility.” International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 10:1 (2016) 37–56 (with K. Zimmermann).
“Natural disasters, migration and education: An empirical analysis in developing countries.” Environment and Development Economics 20:6 (2015) 767–796 (with A. Drabo).
“Bride price and fertility decisions: Evidence from rural Senegal.” The Journal of Development Studies (Forthcoming) (with N. Wagner).
Remittances and Credit Markets: Evidence from Senegal. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9340, 2015.
“Barcelona or die: Understanding illegal migration from Senegal.” IZA Journal of Migration 3:21 (2014).
The relationship between migration and natural events is not straightforward and presents many complexitiesLinguère Mously Mbaye, March 2017The relationship between climatic shocks, natural disasters, and migration has received increasing attention in recent years and is quite controversial. One view suggests that climate change and its associated natural disasters increase migration. An alternative view suggests that climate change may only have marginal effects on migration. Knowing whether climate change and natural disasters lead to more migration is crucial to better understand the different channels of transmission between climatic shocks and migration and to formulate evidence-based policy recommendations for the efficient management of the consequences of disasters.MoreLess