CURRICULUM VITAE

1.               Family name:                SALMON             

2.               First names:                 Jean-Michel

3.               Date and place of birth:  17 June 1966, Montcy, France

4.               Nationality:                    French

5.               Education:

Institution

University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

Date

1990 – 1996

Degree(s) or Diploma(s)

Ph D in Development Macroeconomics

(thesis on Labor Market Dynamics in Small Island Economies)

Institution

University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

Date

1989 – 1990

Degree(s) or Diploma(s)

M. A. in Developement and International Economics

(thesis on New institutional Economics applied to the industrial sector of Senegal)

7.               Language skills: (Mark 1 to 5 for competence)

Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

French

5

5

5

English

5

5

5

Spanish

4

4

3

8.               Other skills (e.g. computer literacy, etc.):

MS Office, internet development

9.               Present position :

Professor (Maître de conférences), University of French West Indies (Martinique), and independent consultant (see below)

10.            Years of professional experience relevant to the programme:

                      14

11.            Key qualifications relevant to the programme:

 

§         Strategy of Economic Development

§         International trade and investment policies

§         International trade negotiations, both bilateral and multilateral

§         Regional integration (EU, COMESA, SADC, COI, CARICOM) 

§         Special and Differential Treatment

§         Public and private sector institutional capacity building

§         Industrial Development

§         Comprehensive understanding of EU development aid policies and EDF procedures (including Project Life Cycle Management)

§         Project management / backstopping

12.            Years of professional experience with the tenderer:

 

13.            Specific developing countries experience:

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Eastern and Southern Africa

COMESA

October 2002

Consultant

Job description

Communication on the treatment of LDCs, Landlocked and Island Countries within the EPA negotiations with the EU

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Indian Ocean

UNCTAD

May-July 2002

Consultant

Job description

Study on the best modalities of WTO agriculture negotiations from the point of view of SIDS (Small Island Developing States).

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Indian Ocean

Indian Ocean Commission

January-May 2002 October 2002

Consultant

Job description

Report on the identification of specific themes of small and vulnerable islands economies to be included in the forthcoming negotiations of EPA between the EU and ACP countries. Preparation and leading of a restitution workshop

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Africa

OECD

February-April 2001

Consultant

Job description

Study on the political economy of economic reforms in six African states, within the OECD "Emerging Africa" project.

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Indian Ocean

Indian Ocean Commission

January 2001

 

Consultant

Job description

Study and leading of a workshop on the association of la Reunion Island (an EU outermost region) with the IOC free trade area (analysis of the political, juridical and economical feasibility)

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Indian Ocean
Eastern and Southern Africa

Indian Ocean Commission

COMESA, SADC

September-December 2000

Consultant

Job description

 

Identification study of the IOC regional integration strategy and preparation of projects, with field missions to Botswana, Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion, Seychelles, Zambia. Main activities (to be used for the 9th EDF forthcoming programmation) were:

§         An Identification Report on the Regional Economic Integration Strategy of the IOC member States within the context of the Cotonou Agreement and the broader integration in the eastern and southern Africa region (COMESA and SADC), as well as the institutional evolution of the Reunion Island;

§         The Drafting of the TOR of a feasibility study of an EC support to the IOC regional integration process;

§         The whole preparation of an EC funded TA project of support to Trade Capacity Building in the IOC member States (Trade policy process and trade negotiations).

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Haïti

State University and University of Quisqueya

On a yearly basis since 1997

Lecturer and researcher

Job description

Lectures on Development Macroeconomics and Research Cooperation with public and private local universities

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Trinidad and Tobago

Barbados

University of the French West Indies

1993-94

Economist

Job description

Field missions to analyse the trade specialisation and the long run dynamics of the labor market (time series econometrics)

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Lesser Antilles

IFREMER (French Institute of Marine Affairs)

August-December 1992

Economist

Job description

Field missions and internal reports on the fisheries and aquaculture development of Barbados, Dominica, Saint Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago.

 

 

14.     Other professional experience (including EU outermost regions & overseas countries and
           territories)

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

Martinique

University of French West Indies

September 1994 Ongoing

 

Professor ('Maître de conférences')

Job description

§         Courses at several levels: M.A. (Development Policy and Macroeconomics, Latin America and Caribbean Economics), undergraduate (Development Economics, International Finance, Growth Theory), 1st year (Demographics, International Economic Institutions, Mathematics);

§         Research and Publications on Trade and Development, Small Economies, Labour Market in developing countries, Political economy of Growth;

§         Faculty Administration (Director of the Department of Economics);

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : de / à

Position

Martinique

STRADEVCO (Stratégies de développement consultants)

February 2003

Director & Principal Economist

 

Job description

Creation and management of my own company of consultants.

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : De / à

Position

EU 'outermost' regions

Conference of Presidents of EU Outermost Regions

April-June 2003

Consultant

Job description

Study of the consequences of EU enlargement, EU internal reforms (including CAP reform) and international trade negociations on the EU outermost regions (Azores, Canay Island, Guadeloupe, Guyane, Madeira, Martinique, Reunion Island).

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : de / à

Position

French Overseas Departments in the Americas

Economic Policy Council of the French Prime Minister

January-June 1999

Economist in an academic team

Job description

Report on the Economic Development in the French West Indies and French Guyana.

 

 

Country

Institution

Date : From / To

Position

French Overseas Departments

IFREMER (French Institute of Marine Affairs)

December 1990-March 1991

Economist

Job description

Report on the Economic Development in the French Overseas Departments.

 

15.     Publications

 

Books

Marché du travail et développement économique dans les petites économies insulaires: Théorie et Application, Paris, 1997, Paris, L'Harmattan. (in English, but not translated, “Labor Market and Economic Development in Small Island Economies : Theory and Application”)

 

Books Contributions

WTO Agriculture Negotiations and SIDS Specific Needs, Case Study Indian Ocean,, edited by. M. Shirotori, UNCTAD, Forthcoming.

 

L’économie politique des réformes dans six pays africains, chapitres 6 à 12 in Berthélémy Jean-Claude, Ludvig Söderling, avec Jean-Michel Salmon et Henri-Bernard Solignac Lecomte (2001), L’Afrique émergente, Centre de développement de l’OCDE. (“The Political Economy of Reforms in six African Countries”).

 

 

News Papers (with reading panel)

L’Accord de Cotonou et l’ouverture économique : un partenariat modèle entre l’UE et les pays ACP ?
– with Kinvi Logossah and Henri-Bernard Solignac Lecomte - Revue Région et Développement, n°14, 2001. (The Cotonou Agreement and Economic Openness: an optimal partnership between the EU and ACP countries?)

 

Croissance à long terme et chômage structurel dans les petites économies insulaires en développement – with Fred Célimène - Revue Région et Développement, vol. I n°2, 1995. (Long term growth and structural unemployment in SIDS)

 

Analyse Bibliographique: les petites économies insulaires- with Kinvi Logossah - Revue Région et Développement, vol. I n°2, 1995. (The SIDS : a survey)