Cameroon, “Assessing the role of top down and bottom-up institutional change in shaping the environmental performance of developing countries”
Murielle Fokou Pepoung Dzeukoh is a Ph.D. student in Applied economics specifically for Development, Institutional Economics, and International relations at the University of Yaounde II-Soa. She is a holder of a Master in Monetary Macroeconomics and Banking. Her area of research is mainly based on the issues of Governance, Political and Institutional Economics, Inequalities, Education, Migration, Foreign direct investment, Women Empowerment, Environment, and Structural Change. She has over two years of experience in consulting and research projects with the University of Yaounde 2. Furthermore, she has been an investigator on cryptocurrencies for the ministry of Finance in Cameroon, Laureate of the Panafrican scholarship in 2018. In 2022 she presented a paper on Institutional change and education inequalities at the international conference of development economics held at the International Development Research Centre (CERDI) in France. She has a recent publication on this issue at the "Revue d’économie du développement"
Session Description: At this session, a set of shortlisted papers from the Call for Papers will be presented. More details will be added