Economics serving society
Marlon Seror

Marlon Seror

Ph. D. – postdoc

University of Bristol, Bristol, U.K

Department of Economics – Priory Road Complex Priory Road Bristol, BS8 1QU

  • Trade/Migration and development
  • History of Development
  • Regional and Urban Economics

Marlon Seror is available for positions

Marlon Seror is attending the EEA and/or ASSA Meetings

Thesis Supervisor: GUBERT Flore

Academic year of registration: 2013/2014

Thesis title: Three Essays on the Economics of Migration

Year of thesis defense: 2017/2018

Date of thesis defense: 4 December 2017

Reports and publications

  • Glass Barriers: Constraints to Women's Small-Scale Cross-Border Trade in Cambodia and Lao PDR (2018). In P. Brenton and M. Bartley Johns (Eds.), How Trade Helps Reduce Poverty, and What More Can Be Done. World Bank and World Trade Organization. Joint with Julian Clarke (World Bank) and Richard Record (World Bank).

    Earlier, longer version published as World Bank Policy Research Working Paper WPS8249 (2017).

  • Lao PDR Investment Climate Assessment 2014: Policy uncertainty in the midst of a natural resources boom (2014). Joint with Richard Record (World Bank), Konesawang Nghardsaysone (World Bank) and George Clarke (Texas A&M).

  • Background paper for the Lao Development Report 2014: Expanding Productive Employment for Broad-Based Growth (2014). World Bank.