Marie Le Mouel
Marie Le Mouel joined Bruegel in September 2021 as an Affiliate Fellow on the macroeconomics of decarbonization. Her work aims at understanding the economic transformations that will accompany a transition to net-zero emissions, and at proposing a policy framework that ensures an efficient and socially just transition.
Prior to joining Bruegel, she did a post-doc at Tilburg University, where she worked on the effect of innovation on productivity growth and on technical standard-setting. She maintains her affiliation with the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC) and continues to teach economic growth in the Masters of Economics. She also has prior experience at the OECD, estimating the value and growth potential of investments in intangible assets.
She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the DIW Berlin and Technical University Berlin, a M.A. in Economics and Public Policy from Sciences Po Paris and Ecole Polytechnique and a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University.
Marie is fluent in French and English, and has knowledge of Spanish, German and Dutch.
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From metals to minerals: building the right policy mix for EU's critical raw materials supply
Articulating industrial and trade policy to ensure the security of supply of critical raw materials
What should Europe do to secure its supply of critical raw materials?
Why Europe’s critical raw materials strategy has to be international
In ensuring supplies of critical raw materials, the European Union cannot rely on domestic measures alone.
E-commerce and the EU Green Deal - Analysis of the environmental footprint of online sales in the context of the circular economy
This study provides information on the role of e-commerce in implementing the European Green Deal and makes recommendations for future action.
Strengthening the security of supply of products containing Critical Raw Materials
How European Union energy policies could mitigate the coming recession
The European Union faces recession, but the way in which policymakers manage the energy crisis will determine its depth and duration.
The low productivity of European firms: how can policies enhance the allocation of resources?
Economists take total factor productivity (TFP) as one of the most informative indicators of the state of a country's economy.
Measuring the intangible economy to address policy challenges
The purpose of the first work package of the MICROPROD project was to improve the firm-level data infrastructure, expand the measurement of intangible
Productivity in transformative times
This Microprod policy conference discussed how productivity is affected by globalisation and digitisation.
European Green Deal beyond the Brussels climate bubble
How can the European Green Deal be implemented beyond Brussels?