Anne-Célia Disdier

Researcher, Paris School of Economics

Anne-Célia Disdier’s work focuses on the effects of tariff and non-tariff measures such as health, phytosanitary and technical regulations on commercial trade and well-being. A researcher in Economics at the Paris-Jourdan Economic Sciences Joint Research Unit of the Paris School of Economics (PSE), she has published over a dozen articles in international academic journals, including the Review of Economics and Statistics and the American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Dr Disdier has participated in several international symposiums on economics and contributes to TradeAG and AgFoodTrade, two European research projects dealing with agricultural and agrifood trade.

This has afforded Dr Disdier the opportunity to publish over a dozen articles in renowned international economics publications, including the Review of Economics and Statistics, the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, the Journal of International Economics and the Journal of Comparative Economics.

After completing a PhD at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne on the effects of informal barriers to trade, followed by a 15-month post-doctorate fellowship at the Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano in Milan, Anne-Célia Disdier joined the Joint Research Unit for Public Economics at INRA AgroParisTech on 1 October 2005. She studies non-tariff measures and their impact on the commercial trade of agricultural and agrifood goods.

Anne-Célia Disdier studies the effects of sanitary measures and technical standards in OECD countries, European legislation on GMOs and the consequences of various public policy instruments. She joined the Paris-Jourdan Economic Sciences Joint Research Unit at the PSE on 1 September 2011 and is a member of the school’s G-MonD research group, aimed at analyzing globalisation and development. She is also involved in TradeAG and AgFoodTrade, two European research projects dealing with agricultural and agrifood trade. Dr Disdier works with numerous French, Italian, Swiss and American researchers. She is a consultant with the OECD, the World Bank and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and has attended over thirty conferences around the world. She also teaches econometrics at the University of Paris I, international trade at the Paris School of Economics, and food safety regulations at AgroParis Tech. She has also taught at the University of Paris XI and led training seminars at the World Bank Institute: