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Associate Research Fellow, Sub-Sahara Africa Center


Research Interests:

  • Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Libya, Mauritania, Ghana
  • Safety, country risk
  • Corporate Social Responsabilty
  • Sino-African Relations

 

 

Mathieu Pellerin is an Associate Research Fellow at Ifri's Sub-Sahara Africa Center and the Manager of the CISCA company (Centre d’Intelligence Stratégique sur le Continent Africain). He provides analyses on country risk, geostrategy, and economic intelligence over the African continent for major firms as well as for French and international institutions. He mostly focuses on Sahel (Mali, Niger, Libya, and Mauritania), Madagascar, and Ghana and on cross-disciplinary dynamics: counterterrorism, geopolitics of conflicts, dynamics of Sino-African relations and the issue of corporate social responsibility (CSR). He is also editor-in-chief of Sécurité & Stratégie review.

Graduated with a Masters in Economic Intelligence from IRIS and a Masters in African Studies from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, he has acquired experiences with an economic intelligence agency based in Paris (Risk& Co), the Africa department of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (Ministère de l'Europe et des Affaires étrangères), the energy company Total, and within the NGO Green, based in Madagascar. 

Domaines d'expertise
Afrique subsaharienne
Élections, gouvernance et évolutions de l’État
Questions de sécurité
Enjeux énergétiques en Afrique