Stephanie Brunelin

Economist in the Social Protection and Employment Division of the World Bank

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Stephanie Brunelin is an Economist in the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice at the World Bank. She works on social protection and adaptive safety nets programs as well as on youth employment programs in West Africa. Before joining the World Bank, she worked for FAO and the World Food Programme. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Center for Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI). Her research interests include regional trade integration, agricultural value chains, food prices and the impact of climate shocks.

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Pastoralism: a crucial factor of stability in the Sahel

The dynamics of livestock markets in West Africa are still poorly understood and rarely studied. Yet, pastoralism is crucial for resilience and economic stability in the Sahel region, as climate specialist Lucie Royer and economist Stéphanie Brunelin explain here.


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