Emmanuelle Mansart Monat is a macroeconomist and expert on the economies of developing countries.
Emmanuelle is a country risk economist whose publications shed light on the economic trajectories of the countries where AFD operates. These analyses are based on close monitoring over long period and are rooted in a detailed knowledge of local circumstances.
Emmanuelle has a Bachelor's degree in trilingual business administration (BAA) and a Master's degree in applied economics from HEC Montreal. She began her career at PSP Investments, a major Canadian pension fund, where she contributed to the group's macroeconomic and financial research. She then joined Export Development Canada, the Canadian export credit agency, as a country risk economist, specializing in the European Union and North Africa. In 2020, she joined the team in charge of assessing country and sovereign risks in the countries where AFD operates.
Publications as an authorResearch documentpublished in July 2023Research documentpublished in February 2023Research documentpublished in September 2022Research documentRendemic uncertainties in developing countries: Issues arising from an increased interdependence between banks and the statepublished in February 2022Research documentpublished in September 2021
- "Low-carbon transition in Latin America: what are the risks and the main constraints?", with Antoine Godin, Marion Hémar and Guilherme Magacho, Development Matters (OECD Blog), June 2022.