Anne-Lore contributes to the analysis and development of labour market information in Canada. She brings expertise in public policy analysis, microeconomics and microeconometrics, and in labour market, population and public economics.
Prior to joining LMIC, Anne-Lore worked as a data and risk analyst in the energy and banking sectors, and as a doctoral researcher at the United-Nations University in the Netherlands and Liege University in Belgium. Anne-Lore co-authored sections in two books of the National Bureau of Economic Research project International Social Security. Her other experiences include the Paris School of Economics, the International Labour Organization in the Philippines, the Belgian export office in Beijing, tutoring various master’s economics classes and working as a private tutor.
Anne-Lore holds a joint-PhD in Economics from the United-Nations University (MERIT)/Maastricht University in the Netherlands and Liege University in Belgium, a Master’s in Public Policy and Human Development from the United-Nations University in the Netherlands, a Master’s in Management Science from Liege University in Belgium and a Bachelor’s in Management Science and Economics from Liege University in Belgium.
In her free time, Anne-Lore enjoys spending time with her family, her dog and two cats. In addition, Anne-Lore appreciates watching world and European history documentaries and reading novels.