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About Martino Pelli

Martino Pelli is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Université de Sherbrooke (Canada), where he moved after a post-doctoral stay at the Alberta School of Business. He is an applied economist with interests in energy and development economics and international trade. He studies the impact of rural energy use (for example, electricity and firewood collection) on household income and time allocation, and the economic consequences of natural disasters such as hurricanes. He has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland.


Present Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Sciences ‐ The Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research
Present EABCN Member, University of Sherbrooke
Present GREDI Fellow, University of Sherbrooke
Present Assistant Professor, University of Sherbrooke
Present Department of Economics, University of Sherbrooke, University of Sherbrooke

Curriculum Vitae

Publications (4)

Working Papers (3)

Work in Progress (1)