Morgane Salomé is a macroeconomist in the team in charge of assessing country risks in the countries where AFD operates. She works in particular on debt and development finance issues.
Morgane Salomé works at AFD as a country risk economist since 2022. Through her publications, she contributes to shed light on the economic trajectories of the countries in which AFD operates. These analyses are fed by close monitoring over a long period and anchored in a detailed knowledge of local contexts. Within AFD, Morgane Salomé follows in particular the issues related to the debt of emerging and developing countries, and those related to how development finance can be articulated with sustainability requirements that are essential to promote sustainable development trajectories.
Before joining AFD, Morgane Salomé worked for seven years as an economist in the Directorate-General of the Treasury, including four years in its international network. She was first deputy to the financial advisor, in charge of macroeconomic issues, at the Regional Economic Service of Brasilia. She then worked for nearly three years in Paris, in the Office of Economic Policy and International Risks (Macro2), where she was first in charge of monitoring international capital flows, before covering Latin American countries and China. Finally, she joined the Singapore Regional Economic Service as a financial advisor in charge of monitoring Southeast Asian countries. She holds a Master 2 International Economic Diagnosis (211) from the University Paris-Dauphine.
Publications as an authorResearch documentpublished in July 2023Research documentpublished in February 2023
- "Aid and growth: evidence from firm-level data", with L. Chauvet, Journal of Development Economics, vol.135, pp.461-477, 2018.