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Expertise

Political Economy, Public Economics, Industrial Organisation

Biography

Philippe de Donder is a Professor of Economics at the Université du Québec à Montréal since August 2017. He is also Research Director at the Institute of Industrial Economics (IDEI) in Toulouse (France). His research focuses on public economics, political economy and economics of regulation.

He received his Ph.D. in economics in 1998 at the Université de Namur (Belgium). He began his career as a lecturer at the Université Toulouse-I-Capitole before joining the CNRS in 2001. He was also visiting professor at the University of Rochester (USA, 2000) and Yale (USA, 2007).

He has published more than forty articles in journals such as the Journal of Public Economics, The Economic Journal, Journal of Health Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, Economic Theory and International Journal of Industrial Organization. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Public Economic Theory and member of the board of editors of the Journal of Regulatory Economics. As part of the IDEI, he has been mainly involved in partnerships with Royal Mail (since 1999), La Poste (since 2007) and Gaz de France (2004 to 2006).
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CIRANO Publications by Philippe De Donder

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Long-term Care Risk Misperceptions

M. Martin Boyer, Claude-Denys Fluet, Marie Louise Leroux, Pierre-Carl Michaud and Philippe De Donder

Risk Management
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A Canadian Parlor Room-Type Approach to the Long-Term Care Insurance Puzzle

M. Martin Boyer, Philippe De Donder, Claude-Denys Fluet, Marie Louise Leroux and Pierre-Carl Michaud

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Long-Term Care Insurance: Knowledge Barriers, Risk Perception and Adverse Selection

M. Martin Boyer, Philippe De Donder, Claude-Denys Fluet, Marie Louise Leroux and Pierre-Carl Michaud

Risk Management and Financial risks
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