Governance and Public Finance

Governance and Public Finance

While questions of the distribution of wealth and social inequalities are increasingly discussed in society, it seems pertinent to question the role of governments in public finance and the nature of the decision-making process. leads to their budget choices. This line of research aims to explore the causes as well as the consequences of fiscal policies (whether it is program funding or the collection of taxes or other revenues) and to better understand how decision-makers perceive public choices through through their budgetary policies.

Members

Director

Collaborators

Students

Master's Program

  • Fabrice Jean Baptiste Master's student in Public Administartion 

Doctorate Program

  • Seregbe Keita PhD candidate in Public Administration
  • Cheick Alassane Traore PhD candidate in Public Administration
  • Alexis Ouellet-Simard PhD candidate in Philosophy
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