Abel Brodeur
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too h Brodeur Abel Brodeur is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at University of Ottawa. He received his Ph.D. in Economics at Paris School of Economics.

During the academic year 2013-2014, he was visiting the department of economics at UC Berkeley. In 2012-2013, he was visiting the London School of Economics as a participant of the European Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics.

Brodeur's current research interests center around applied economics. He has worked on different topics including development, health and labor economics. Current projects include the evaluation of the health and economic consequences of prostitution in Southeast Asia and the examination of the effects of terrorism.

His Ph.D. advisors were Professors Andrew E. Clark (PSE) and Jörn-Steffen Pischke (LSE).

Abel Brodeur joined IZA as a research affiliate in August 2012.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
10686  Abel Brodeur
Warn N. Lekfuangfu
Yanos Zylberberg
War, Migration and the Origins of the Thai Sex Industry
(forthcoming in: Journal of the European Economic Association)
This paper has repeatedly been among the Top 10 monthly downloads. 
Abel Brodeur
Kerry Nield
Has Uber Made It Easier to Get a Ride in the Rain?
9526  Abel Brodeur
Terrorism and Employment: Evidence from Successful and Failed Terror Attacks
(forthcoming as 'The Effect of Terrorism on Employment and Consumer Sentiment: Evidence from Successful and Failed Terror Attacks' in: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics)
7357  Abel Brodeur
Smoking, Income and Subjective Well-Being: Evidence from Smoking Bans
This paper has repeatedly been among the Top 10 monthly downloads. 
Abel Brodeur
Mathias Lé
Marc Sangnier
Yanos Zylberberg
Star Wars: The Empirics Strike Back
(published in: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2016, 8 (1), 1-32)
7256  Abel Brodeur
Sarah Flèche
Where the Streets Have a Name: Income Comparisons in the US
(forthcoming as 'Neighbors, Income and Well-Being: Evidence from a Multi-Scale Analysis' in: Review of Income and Wealth)
6804  Abel Brodeur
Marie Connolly
Do Higher Childcare Subsidies Improve Parental Well-being? Evidence from Québec's Family Policies
(published in: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2013, 93, 1-16)