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Anta Ndoye

Former Research Assistant

Anta Ndoye, a Senegalese citizen, holds a Master degree in Econometrics and Financial Markets and a Magistère d'Economiste Statisticien from the University of Toulouse. She is currently a PhD student in Microeconometrics at BETA (Strasbourg) and at the Konstanz Doctoral School in Quantitative Economics and Finance. Before joining Bruegel, she worked as a Teaching and Research Assistant in Mathematics, Microeconomics, Econometrics and Statistics at the University of Strasbourg and the University of Toulouse. She has also worked at the West African Central Bank and the African Development Bank during previous internships. Anta’s main research interests are labour demand, production function theory and competitiveness. She is fluent in English, French and has some knowledge of Spanish and German.

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Financial inclusion of SMEs in the Middle East and Central Asia

How can increased access to finance benefit SMEs in the Middle East and Central Asia? What reforms are needed to encourage SME financial inclusion?

Speakers: Anta Ndoye Topic: Global Economics & Governance Location: Bruegel, Rue de la Charité 33, 1210 Brussels
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The great transformation: decarbonising Europe’s energy and transport systems

Economic growth in Europe will be affected by the costs of this transition from the current energy and transport system. A smooth transition towards a low-carbon energy and transport system could come at comparatively modest cost. Bruegel is contributing to this debate with this report, which is based on research that received funding from the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.

By: Georg Zachmann, Michael Holtermann, Jörg Radeke, Mimi Tam, Mark Huberty, Dmytro Naumenko and Anta Ndoye Topic: Energy & Climate, Innovation & Competition Policy Date: February 2, 2012
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Working Paper

Assessing the impact of the EU ETS using firm level data

This paper investigates the impact of the European Union’s Emission Trading System (EU ETS) at a firm level. Using panel data on the emissions and performance of more than 2000 European firms from 2005 to 2008, we are able to analyse the effectiveness of the scheme. The results suggest that the shift from the first […]

By: Georg Zachmann, Anta Ndoye and Jan Abrell Topic: Energy & Climate Date: July 15, 2011