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Mr Marlon A R Seror

Ph.D. (Paris School of Economics)

  • BS8 1TU

20182020

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Personal profile

Research interests

I am a Vice-Chancellor's Fellow (post-doc) at the University of Bristol. I am on the Job Market this year as a candidate of the Paris School of Economics, where I did my PhD.

I will be available for interviews at the EEA Job Market Meetings in Rotterdam and ASSA in San Diego.

My research stands at the crossroads of Development Economics, Urban Economics, and Economic History. It relies extensively on original data and GIS techniques.

Don't hesitate to visit my personal website, and have a look at my job market paper, Industrial clusters in the long run: Evidence from Million-Rouble plants in China!

External positions

Fellow, Institut Convergences Migration

1 Sep 201831 Aug 2021

Affiliated researcher, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - DIAL

4 Dec 201731 Aug 2019

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Projects

Research Output

  • 4 Working paper and Preprints
  • 1 Chapter in a book

Persistence through Revolutions

Alesina, A. F., Seror, M., Yang, D. Y., You, Y. & Zeng, W., Apr 2020, National Bureau of Economic Research, (NBER Working Paper).

Research output: Working paperWorking paper and Preprints

  • Industrial clusters in the long run: evidence from Million-Rouble plants in China

    Heblich, S., Seror, M., Xu, H. & Zylberberg, Y., 2019, 7682 ed., CESifo, (CESifo Working Papers).

    Research output: Working paperWorking paper and Preprints

  • Glass Barriers: Constraints to Women's Small-Scale, Cross-Border Trade in Cambodia and Lao PDR

    Seror, M., Record, R. & Clarke, J., 2018, Trade and Poverty Reduction: New Evidence of Impacts in Developing Countries. Bartley Johns, M., Brenton, P., Piermartini, R., Sadni Jallab, M. & Teh, R. (eds.). Geneva: World Trade Organization, p. 148-173 26 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter in a book