Personlig profil


Alizée is a PhD student at the Department of Forest Sciences, investigating the confluence of epistemological and economical inequalities born from the forest sector in the Congo Basin. She previously worked for the Stockholm Resilience Center (Sweden), where her work focused on the intersection between gender and forest policy in Sweden. She holds a Master’s degree of Development Studies with a focus on Agricultural development and Economic policies from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (France), where her thesis “Trade-offs between wood harvest and forest carbon stocks: The case of Japan” studied the economic and ecological benefits for Japan to harvest it’s own wood rather than importing it, in a changing global market. She completed a double Bachelor Degree in Economics and Politics at the University of Montreal (Canada). 


  • 511 Nationalekonomi
  • 4112 Skogsvetenskap
  • 5171 Statslära
  • 5203 Globala utvecklingsstudier

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