Joachim Jarreau is an assistant professor (maitre de conference) in economics at Paris-Dauphine university, a member of LEDA and the DIAL research group. His research interests are in international trade and development, in particular regional integration and trade informality in the West Africa region. He also works on migration, in particular on labor market integration in host economies, and the distributional impacts of migration in origin countries. He holds a PhD in economics from Paris-1 university, and worked as a post-doc researcher at Aix-Marseille university.
Bensassi S., Jarreau J. (2019), Price discrimination in bribe payments: Evidence from informal cross-border trade in West Africa, World Development, vol. 122, p. 462-480
Bensassi S., Jarreau J., Mitaritonna C. (2019), Regional Integration and Informal Trade in Africa: Evidence from Benin’s Borders, Journal of African Economies, vol. 28, n°1, p. 89-118
David A., Jarreau J. (2017), Migrating out of a crowded labor market: evidence from Egypt, IZA Journal of Development and Migration, vol. 7, n°1
Jarreau J. (2015), Determinants of Trade Policy: Insights from a Structural Gravity Model, The World Bank Economic Review, vol. 29, n°suppl 1, p. S155-S163
Jarreau J., Poncet S. (2014), Credit constraints, firm ownership and the structure of exports in China, International Economics, vol. 139, p. 152-173
Jarreau J., Poncet S. (2012), Export sophistication and economic growth: Evidence from China, Journal of Development Economics, vol. 97, n°2, p. 281-292