Dr. Standaert, Samuel
Samuel Standaert is a post-doctoral researcher and FWO [PEGASUS]² Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Fellow working at the department of economics of Clemson University. His research can be situated in the confluence of applied econometrics, international trade, and political and development economics. Examples include the study of the effects and determinants of trade agreements, as well as how to measure corruption or the restrictiveness of migration policy. His work has been published in World Development, the Journal of Comparative Economics and Cliometrica. At UNU-CRIS, he is one of the partners working on the update of the RISK platform.