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Pauline Grosjean

Pauline Grosjean 
PhD Economics, Toulouse School of Economics

MA Economics and Finance, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris Cachan

BA Economics and BA History, University Paris X Nanterre

Senior Lecturer

Phone:

+61 2 9385 7482 

Fax:

+61 2 9313 6337 

Room:

442A 

Address:

Australian School of Business building

Publications

  • Institutional Quality, Culture, and Norms of Cooperation: Evidence from a Behavioral Field Experiment, with Alessandra Cassar and Giovanna d’Adda, Journal of Law and Economics, forth. (August 2014).
  • A History of Violence: The Culture of Honor and Homicide in the US South, Journal of the European Economic Association, forth.
  • Initial Endowments and Economic Reform in 27 Post-Socialist Countries, with Ariel BenYishay, Journal of Comparative Economics, forth. (May 2014).
  • Conflict and Social and Political Preferences: Evidence from World War II and Civil Conflict in 35 European Countries, Comparative Economic Studies, forth.
  • Legacies of Violence: Trust and Market Development, with Alessandra Cassar and Sam Whitt, Journal of Economic Growth, September 2013, Vol. 18(3): 285-318.
  • Social Preferences of Ex-Combatants: Survey and Experimental Evidence from Post-War Tajikistan, with Alessandra Cassar and Sam Whitt. Forthcoming in: The Economics of Conflict, edited by Karl Wärneryd MIT Press.
  • Learning, Political Attitudes and Crises: Lessons from Transition Countries, with Frantisek Ricka and Claudia Senik, Journal of Comparative Economics, May 2013, Vol. 41(2): 490–505.
  • The Weight of History on European Cultural Integration: A Gravity Approach, American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May 2011, Vol.101 (3): 1-7.
  • The institutional legacy of the Ottoman Empire: Islamic rule and financial development in South Eastern Europe, Journal of Comparative Economics, March 2011, Vol. 39:1-16 (lead article).
  • Democracy, Market Liberalization and Political Preferences, with Claudia Senik, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Feb. 2011, Vol. 93(1): 365-381.
  • Land Tenure Arrangements and Rural Urban migration in China, with Andreas Kontoleon and Katrina Mullan, World Development, 2011, Vol. 39(1): 123-133.
  • Maintenance Cost, Outside Options and Optimal Ownership of a Public Project, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2010, Vol. 10(1).
  • Relaxing Rural Constraints: a Win-Win Policy for Poverty and Environment in China?, with Ben Groom, Andreas Kontoleon, Tim Swanson, and Shiqiu Zhang, Oxford Economic Papers, 2010, Vol. 62(1): 132-156.
  • Assessing the Sustainability of the Sloping Land Conversion Program: a Choice Experiment Approach, with Andreas Kontoleon. In: Choice Experiments in Developing Countries: Implementation, Challenges and Policy Implications, edited by Jeff Bennett and Ekin Birol, Edward Elgar 2010.
  • How Sustainable are Sustainable Development Programmes? The Case of the Sloping Land Conversion Program in China, with Andreas Kontoleon, World Development, 2009, Vol. 37(1): 268-285.
     

Book chapter

 

  • “Social Cooperation and the Problem of the Conflict Gap: Survey and Experimental Evidence from Post-War Tajikistan,” with Alessandra Cassar and Sam Whitt. In: The Economics of Conflict, edited by Karl Wärneryd MIT Press.
  • Assessing the Sustainability of the Sloping Land Conversion Program: a Choice Experiment Approach", with Andreas Kontoleon and Shiqiu Zhang. In: Choice Experiments in Developing Countries: Implementation, Challenges and Policy Implications, edited by J. Bennett and E. Birol, May 2010.

 

Working papers

 

  • Institutional Quality, Culture and Norms of Cooperation, with Alessandra Cassar and Giovanna d’Adda. 
  • Building Infrastructure in Transition: Do PPPs make a difference?, with Gabriela Dobrescu and Guido Friebel.

 

In progress

 

  • Rule of Law, Riches, and Rogues, with Mathieu Couttenier and Marc Sangnier.
  • Conflict Trap or State Building? International Wars, Civil Conflicts and Social and Political Preferences.
  • Mortgage Debt and Household Vulnerability: Evidence from Emerging Europe, with Martin Brown and Ralph De Haas.

 

Other publications

 

  • The Crisis from the Household Perspective, with Martin Brown and Ralph De Haas, Chapter 2 of the 2011 EBRD Transition Report, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  • The Intangible Transition: Democracy and Market Support After the Crisis, with Claudia Senik and Franto Ricka, Chapter 3 of the 2011 EBRD Transition Report, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  • Attitudes and Values in Transition", with Gérard Roland, 2007 EBRD Transition Report, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  • Assessing the Impact of the Sloping Land Conversion Program on Local Community Welfare, final report to the CCICED, 2005.

  

Popular writing

 

  • Should Market Liberalization Precede Democracy? The Citizens' Point of View, Vox, CEPR, August 2007/

 

Book review

 

  • Towards a Labour Market in China, by J. Knight and L. Song. The Economics of Transition, January 2006.

Research interests

  • Culture and Economics
  • Economics of Institutions
  • Development and Transition
  • Economic History

Research grants

  • 2013: Australian School of Business Research Grant, AUD 24,000 
  • 2011: Research Achievement Award
  • 2012: Australian School of Business Research Grant, AUD 9000
  • 2011: United States Department of State Title VIII Research Award (USD 20,000) for: “The Co-Evolution of Trust and Institutions: Evidence from the Balkans”
  • 2010: United States Department of State Title VIII Research Award (USD 18,750) for: “Violence, and Socio-Economic Preferences: An Empirical Investigation in Tajikistan and Kosovo”
  • 2007-2009: Ciriacy-Wantrup Post Doctoral Fellowship in Natural Resources Economics and Political Economy - University of California, Berkeley
  • 2004: Marie Curie Research Fellowship of the European Commission, for a nine months visiting position in the Department of Economics, University College London
  • 2003: Doctoral Scholarship for three years, French Government
  • 1998: Four year scholarship for entry to Ecole Normale Supérieure

 Courses taught

  • ECON4127 Honours Thesis Seminar
  • ECON2322 The New Europe
  • ECON6202 Policy Evaluation Methods
  • ECON4106 Policy Evaluation Methods
  • ECON4129 Thesis Research Methods in Economics
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