Louise Bernard

Louise Bernard is a PhD student researcher at Oxford. She is a also PhD student at LSE in Economic Geography. She did her undergraduate studies at SciencesPo Paris and received a Master of Public Administration from the London School of Economics.

Her research interest is on the economic and political analysis of public policies with a special focus on urban issues. Working with statistical and GIS data, she is documenting the patterns of urbanisation in Sub-Saharan Africa and how public policies and social forces are interacting in urban areas.

Content by Louise Bernard
  • Project

    Transport in a congested city: A computable general equilibrium model applied to Kampala City

    This research develops and applies a quantitative model of internal city structure to analyse the impacts of transport improvement in Kampala, Uganda. Using a Spatial Computable General Equilibrium Model, the researchers develop a simulated version of a city in which firms and households choose their location decisions according to the cost of commuting and transporting...

    9 Oct 2017 | Louise Bernard, Julia Bird, Tony Venables