Scholars

Miquel Oliu-Barton

Visiting Fellow

Expertise: Health policy, Game theory, Economic policy Twitter: @OliuBarton

Miquel Oliu-Barton joined Bruegel as a Visiting Fellow in September 2021.

Miquel is an associate professor at Paris-Dauphine University, and Senior fellow at Esade Center for Economic Policy. Since the Covid-19 outbreak, he is mainly devoted to the interface between sciences and politics. As such, he actively collaborates with a wide variety of scientists and policy makers on covid-related topics.

Miquel graduated from the Ecole normale supérieure of Paris, holds a PhD from Sorbonne University, and was recently a visiting professor at Yale University. He is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Italian.

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Working Paper

The effect of COVID certificates on vaccine uptake, public health, and the economy

An analysis of the incentive effects of COVID certificates on vaccine uptake, health outcomes and the economy.

By: Miquel Oliu-Barton, Bary Pradelski, Nicolas Woloszko, Lionel Guetta-Jeanrenaud, Philippe Aghion, Patrick Artus, Arnaud Fontanet, Philippe Martin and Guntram B. Wolff Topic: Digital economy and innovation Date: January 17, 2022
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External Publication

Europe must come together to confront Omicron

Statement published in the renowned British Medical Journal (BMJ) to address the wave of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.

By: Miquel Oliu-Barton, Guntram B. Wolff and Group of authors Topic: Global economy and trade Date: January 13, 2022
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External Publication

Elimination versus mitigation of SARS-CoV-2 in the presence of effective vaccines

Article published in Lancet Global Heath on strategies to end the COVID-19 pandemic in the presence of effective vaccines.

By: Miquel Oliu-Barton and Guntram B. Wolff Topic: Global economy and trade Date: November 3, 2021
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Opinion

Aiming for zero COVID-19: Europe needs to take action

Aiming for 'green zones' offers a clear path to navigate an exit from the pandemic with as little damage as possible. Europe should not miss the opportunity to build on its strength and unity.

By: Miquel Oliu-Barton, Bary Pradelski and Guntram B. Wolff Topic: Global economy and trade Date: February 17, 2021