Samuel joined CHE in July 2019 working with the Global Health team. He studied at the Paris School of Economics and completed his PhD at the University of Sheffield. His research focuses on development economics, health and conflict, with an emphasis on economic history. He is currently involved in projects with Colombia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
HiCN Working Papers Series
Samuel Lordemus Noemi Kreif and Rodrigo Moreno-Serra
How do government counterinsurgency efforts affect local public financing during civil conflicts? We investigate this question in the context of the protracted conflict in Colombia. […]