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Philippe Kabore

University of Ottawa

Philippe has a great interest in studies related to climate change and pollution. His research focus the impact of climate change on business activities and individual’s outcomes. In addition to his doctoral studies, Philippe held various research and teaching assistant positions at the University of Ottawa (Introduction to econometrics, Econometrics I, Introduction to probability and mathematics). During his free time, Philippe likes to spend time doing outside activities such as biking, running, and playing tennis.

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