David Hemous

Assistant Professor of Economics, INSEAD

David is an Assistant Professor of Economics at INSEAD. He holds a PhD degree from Harvard University. He teaches macroeconomics at INSEAD in the MBA program. His research interests are in economic growth, international trade and environmental economics. In particular, he has worked on the role of innovation for climate change policies, the long-term growth impact of countercyclical fiscal policy, the labour adjustments to international trade and the impact of relational contracts on innovation. His articles have appeared in the American Economic Review and the Journal of Monetary Economics.

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