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Dr Thomas Davoine

Thomas Davoine , PhD


PhD in Economics and Finance, University of St-Gallen


Assistant Professor

Teaching Location(s)

EHL Campus Lausanne

Teaching Subject(s)


Area(s) of Expertise

Public finance

Short Bio

Dr Thomas Davoine is an Assistant Professor at EHL. During 8 years, Dr Davoine was a management consultant, successively at Eurogroup consulting (Paris, France), PricewaterhouseCoopers (Geneva) and KPMG (Geneva).

Dr Davoine later performed applied economic research and policy consulting at the Institute for Advanced Studies (Vienna, Austria), for more than 8 years. Dr Davoine holds an Engineer diploma in Mathematics from the EPFL, a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA) and a PhD in Economics from the University of St-Gallen. He teaches microeconomics and macroeconomics at EHL from September 2020.

Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Davoine, T. (2023). The joint macroeconomic impacts of capital markets integration and fertility. Review of International Economics, 31(2), 687-720.

Davoine, T. (2021). The Long Run Influence of Pension Systems on the Current Account. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 1-35.

Davoine, T., & Molnar, M. (2020). Cross-Country Fiscal Policy Spillovers and Capital-Skill Complementarity in Integrated Capital Markets. Economic Modelling, 88(C), 132-150.

Berger, J., Davoine, T., Schuster, P., & Strohner, L. (2016). Cross-Country Differences in the Contribution of Future Migration to Old-Age Financing. International Tax and Public Finance, 23(6), 1160-1184.

Funded Research Projects

Davoine, T. Project: Long-run economic and demographic influences on international tourism, Date: 01.01.2023 to 31.12.2024, External fundraising: HES-SO.
Endogenous migration, welfare impacts and cross-country spillovers in the European Union, Austrian Central Bank Anniversary Fund, 2020-2022.
Firstrun: effective mechanisms of fiscal policy coordination in the EU, Horizon 2020, 2015-2017.
Heterogeneous agents in overlapping-generations models for policy analysis, Austrian Central Bank Anniversary Fund, 2014-2016.