Professor Romuald Meango

Romuald Meango
Economics and Management
Tutor in Economics


PhD (University of Montreal)

Academic Background

Masters in Statistics and Economics (ENSEA Abidjan, 2004-2007);
PhD (University of Montreal, 2008-2014), IAAE Dissertation prize 2012;
Post-Doc (Ifo Institute, 2014-2016);
Post-Doc (Max-Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, 2016-2021);

Undergraduate Teaching

Quantitative Economics, 2nd year

Research Interests

Research interests: Microeconometrics and Economics of Migration.

My research interests lie especially in two fields:
(1) incomplete (partially identified) models and their application to economic issues such as individual human capital investments.
(2) Migration decisions and their interaction with human capital investments such as schooling.


“Sharp bounds and Testability of a Roy model of STEM Major Choices,” with Ismael Mourifié and Marc Henry, - Journal of Political Economy, 128.8 (2020), 3220-3283, (2020).

“Combinatorial bootstrap inference in partially identified incomplete structural models,” with Marc Henry and Maurice Queyranne - Quantitative Economics, 6, (2015): 499-529.

“Regional Migration and Wage Inequality in the West African Economic and Migration Union,” with Esther Mirjam Girsberger and Hillel Rapoport - Journal of Comparative Economics, 48.2 (2020), 385-404.