Economist, Poverty reduction, OECD
David Khoudour-Castéras is an economist at the OECD Development Centre, where he has coordinated the work on international migration since April 2010. He particularly manages the MacArthur Foundation-funded project on Effective Partnerships for Better Migration Management and Development. Previously, he was a researcher at the CEPII (2008-2010), a French think-tank focusing on international economics, and a lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris, from where he holds a Ph.D. in economics (2005). He has also been a Fulbright scholar (2004-2005) at the University of California-Berkeley, a professor of economics and the director of the research centre on international migration (2005-2008) at the Universidad Externado de Colombia in Bogota, and a consultant for the OECD, the ILO and the IOM. His research work is mainly focused on the migration-development nexus, an issue on which he has extensively published.
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