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Jeremy   Ellero

Adjunct/associate Researcher
Department of Economics and Law
University of New Caledonia (New Caledonia)

I am an associate member of the law and economics research laboratory at the University of New Caledonia. I graduated in March 2016 with a PhD in Economics (first class honours).

The Doctorate is part of a project funded by the "Fonds Pacifique" (French Ministry of Foreign Affairs) whose purpose is to measure the benefits and future prospects of regional integration in Oceania. The applied research conducted at microeconomics and macroeconomics level is aimed at evaluating the challenges of adopting the PICTA (Pacific Island Countries Trade Agreement) and PACER (Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations) agreements.

My educational background consists of a double Bachelor’s Degree in European Business and Management in June 2008, (a joint program between NEOMA Business School in France and AVANS University in the Netherlands) followed in 2009 by a Masters of Science in Business and International Affairs from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

From my work experience I have had the opportunity to learn about the economic and social dimensions of regional integration, particularly concerning project funding and public-private partnerships. In addition, I have functioned as a credit and risk analyst for domestic and international firms, in charge of leading financial investigations as well as economic studies, which has trained me in the methodology necessary to analyze strengths, weaknesses, and growth potential by sector.
Economical sciences
Member of
Société des Océanistes (SdO)
e-toile Pacifique (e-toile)
Pacific Islands Political Studies Association (PIPSA)
International Association for Asia Pacific Studies (IAAPS)
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21st century

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