Antoine Godin

Head of development of the macroeconomic modelling tool GEMMES, at AFD

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Antoine Godin is responsible for the development of the macroeconomic modelling tool GEMMES developed by AFD, this tool includes economic and financial risks related to climate change and the increasing scarcity of resources that result.

Antoine Godin joined AFD in 2017 and worked on the development of GEMMES models in Colombia and Morocco. He has been head of the GEMMES Unit since July 2019. He is also continuing research on low-carbon and resilient economic development, with a focus on the changes in the job market that are part of this transition.

Before joining AFD, Antoine Godin was a consultant for the Bank of England and Professor of Financial Economics at Kingston University in London. Antoine Godin is now an Associate Economist at the Center of Economics of the University of Paris-Nord (CEPN). He graduated as an Engineer in Applied Mathematics at the Catholic University of Leuven.

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