Eugénie is a Project Officer at Samuel Hall, focusing on resilience-related projects. Her main areas of expertise are labour markets in developing countries and quantitative methods. Prior to joining Samuel Hall, she worked as a Research Officer at the French think tank La Fabrique de l’industrie, where she conducted an empirical study based on a confidential administrative data set on the job displacement costs for workers in tradable and non-tradable sectors in France. Eugénie has also worked at the Global Relations Secretariat of the OECD. During that time, she took part in a project that aimed to boost SME’s competitiveness in the Western Balkans and in Turkey and at Gaïa-Héritage in Lebanon - in this role, she conducted data collection and analysis to support a study on the economic and urban evolution of a neighbourhood of Beirut. Eugénie holds a Master’s Degree in International and Development Economics from Université Paris-Dauphine (PSL) and a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Economics from the same University and Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
RESEARCH & ONGOING WORK
IOM Nigeria: Labour Market analysis to Support the Sustainable Socio-economic Reintergration of Vulnerable persons and Returnees in Northeast Nigeria
ILO: Rapid Integrated Labour Market Assessment in Jigjiga, Somali Regional State
IOM: Community Mapping and Socio-Economic Profiling Assessment of Areas of Return in West and Central Africa