Marion Hémar

Country Risk Economist
Macroeconomics, country risk analysis, climate


Marion Hemar is a macroeconomist and an expert on the economies of developing countries. She also contributes to the development of climate risk analysis.

She has been a country risk economist since 2018. Her publications shed light on the economic trajectories of the countries where AFD operates. These analyses are based on close, long-term monitoring, and are rooted in a detailed knowledge of local circumstances.

Marion has a Master's degree in Economic and Econometric Analysis as well as a Master's degree in Economic Engineering and a diploma from ENSAE

After working for the Ministry of Economy of French Polynesia, she joined AFD in 2010 at the Papeete Agency to develop a macroeconometric model. She subsequently held several positions related to the French Overseas Departments at AFD Group. In 2011, she joined the French Overseas Institute of Emissions (IEDOM), first at the headquarters, where she contributed to the financial analysis and risk monitoring of overseas banks, then in Fort-de-France, as an economist. In 2016, she joined AFD's French Overseas Department in charge of the department's economic studies and strategy.

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