Antoine Bouet joined IFPRI in February 2005 as Senior Research Fellow and co-leader of the Globalization and Markets Program in the Markets, Trade and Institutions Division (MTID) to conduct research on global trade modeling, trade policies, regional agreements, and multilateral trade negotiations. Antoine Bouet is also Professor of Economics at University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV (France). He was previously Scientific Advisor at the Centre d’Etudes Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales (CEPII), Paris where he participated in the development of the MIRAGE model of the world economy and the MAcMAP-HS6 database on market access. He has carried out research on market access, global trade modeling, the economics of trade retaliation, and the relationship between trade policy and Research and Development.
He has been Director of the Centre d’Analyse et de Traitement des Donnees Economiques (CATT) in France (1996-2004), and Chairman of the European Research Network on International Economics and Finance (2002-2004). He was also editor of Revue Economique and Economie Internationale – International Economics. Recently, he has been awarded the Alan A. Powell Award 2010, presented each year by the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) to recognize outstanding service of a representative serving on the GTAP Advisory Board. Prior to this, he was also awarded the GTAP Research Fellow.
He is co-author of “Agricultural Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda”, edited by Kym Anderson and Will Martin, a book which got the Scientific Communication Award by the American Association of Agricultural Economics (Rhode – Island, 2005). He is a French citizen. Antoine Bouet received a PhD in economics from the University of Bordeaux.
Languages spoken: English, French