Before joining Limestone Analytics, Frédéric worked as a tax policy officer at Finance Canada and participated in the modelling and design of Canada’s federal carbon price as part of the federal-provincial-territorial Working Group on Carbon Pricing Mechanisms. More recently, Frédéric has performed tax expenditures analysis in Ethiopia, Myanmar and Rwanda as a consultant for the World Bank and the IMF. Frédéric completed his Masters in Economics at Queen’s where he worked on modelling contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds and studied their use as a source of bank capitalization. He is a PhD candidate in economics at Queen’s University, where his research interests focus on impact evaluation of development projects, environmental economics, and tax policy modelling.
PhD Candidate in Economics (present) Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
M.A. Economics (2014) Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada