Mr Marlon Seror

Mr Marlon Seror

Mr Marlon Seror
Vice Chancellor's Fellow

The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
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Department of Economics


After a Ph.D. at the Paris School of Economics, I joined Bristol as a Vice-Chancellor's Fellow (post-doc).

My research interests encompass development, labour—with a particular emphasis on migration,—history, geography and urban economics. My current projects focus on West Africa (information asymmetry between Senegalese migrants and their households of origin) and China (effect of internal migration on firms at destination; long-term impact of a large industrialisation programme on the spatial allocation of economic activity; role of past land inequality on Cultural Revolution violence).

If you would like more details on my background and research, please have a look at my personal website!

Latest publications

  1. Heblich, S, Seror, M, Xu, H & Zylberberg, Y, 2019, ‘Industrial clusters in the long run: evidence from Million-Rouble plants in China’. CESifo
  2. Seror, M, Record, R & Clarke, J, 2018, ‘Glass Barriers: Constraints to Women's Small-Scale, Cross-Border Trade in Cambodia and Lao PDR’. in: Marcus Bartley Johns, Paul Brenton, Roberta Piermartini, Mustapha Sadni Jallab, Robert Teh (eds) Trade and Poverty Reduction: New Evidence of Impacts in Developing Countries. World Trade Organization, Geneva, pp. 148-173
  3. Imbert, C, Seror, M, Zhang, Y & Zylberberg, Y, 2018, ‘Migrants and Firms: Evidence from China’. CESifo

Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

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