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Abdoul Madjidi Diallo

Created: 3/26/2014
Updated: 1/29/2019
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Mr. Abdoul Madjidi Diallo
Civil servant

Ministry of Commerce of Senegal
Route du Front de Terre, villa n°82 bis, zone de
00221 76 849 26 24 (ph)

Curriculum Vitae - Abdoul Madjidi Diallo

After my graduation in 2004, Master of Science in Economic Analysis, second-class honors, at the Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (9th Promotion of the Inter-University Third Cycle Program in Economics,, I joined, in 2005, Senegalese National School of Administration, in the section “Enquêtes Economiques”, ( ), for 02 years.

I graduated at this School on October 2007. Since then, I’ve worked at the Ministry of Trade of Senegal, especially at the Direction of Foreign Trade for 07 years.

In January 2014, I joined the program "to reinforce the development of the commercial capacities of the ACP countries (Hub and Spokes II, ) as Trade Policy Analyst at the Ministry of Trade of Gabon.

Developed jointly by the Secretariat of the ACP Group, the European Union, the Commonwealth and the International Organization of la Francophonie (OIF), this program helps beneficiary countries to develop and implement policies and trade agreements that reflect their priorities and contribute to their effective integration into the Global Trading System.

So I can say that I’ve got a solid experience in the development and implementation of trade policies in the developing countries.

Indeed, these experiences enabled me to participate, in both West and Central Africa, in the following trade agreements negotiations: the Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and the ACP countries, WTO trade facilitation agreement, the Continental Free Trade Area (ZLEC), and so on.

At the same time, I continued to carry out research in the field of Trade policy in order to support my Ph.D thesis at Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar.

In regards to my Ph.D thesis, I intend to deepen my research in the field of assessing the socio-economic impacts of trade agreements, which are currently negotiated and/or implemented, on African countries, using in particular the Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGEM).

Currently, one of my colleagues and I are finishing a working paper titled "Assessing the Impacts of Trade Liberalization between Central African Countries by using the World Bank Partial Equilibrium Model, TRISTE”.

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