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Claire Brunel

Assistant Professor School of International Service

Professor Brunel’s research focuses on issues at the intersection of environmental economics and international economics. In particular, she studies the links between environmental policies and international competitiveness in terms of technological innovation, manufacturing production, and international trade. She is also interested in providing evidence of the effects of climate change on migration. Prior to coming to SIS, Professor Brunel worked for the Research Department of the World Bank, the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and at the Embassy of France as Trade Policy Attaché.

Degrees

PhD, Economics, Georgetown University
MPhil, Economics, University of Oxford
BSc, Mathematics and Economics, Georgetown University

Languages Spoken
French, English, Spanish

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Office
SIS - School of International Service
SIS - 310
Tuesdays 3-5pm
Wednesdays 3-5pm
Contact Info
(202) 885-1667 (Office)

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Teaching

  • Fall 2017

    • SIS-620 Stds in Global Envirn Politics: Intro to Environmental Econ
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