• Full Name : MOUSSA Kouamé Richard
  • Qualifications: Assistant Professor, Doctor of Economics
  • Nationality : Ivoirian
  • Email: richard.moussa@ancien.ensea.ed.ci
  • Tel : +225
  • Current position: Assistant Professor of Economics, Lecturer-Researcher at ENSEA in Abidjan

Dr. MOUSSA K. Richard is an Assistant Professor of Universities (Specialty: Econometrics) and Lecturer-Researcher at ENSEA in Abidjan.

  • Non-parametric statistics and robustness
  • Econometrics of the linear model
  • Semi-parametric econometrics
  • Panel data econometrics
  • Econometrics of qualitative variables
  • Descriptive Statistics, Probability Calculations
  • Analysis and Processing of Survey Data
  • Statistical software package
  • Advanced office automation (Word, Excel, VBA, PowerPoint,…)

1-Peer-reviewed journal:

  • 2018 : On the estimation of causality in a bivariate dynamic probit model on panel data with Stata software. A technical review, Theoretical Economics Letters, Vol. 8, N° 3, pages 1257-1278, doi: 10.4236/tel.2018.86083
  • 2017 – Elicitation of the determinants of decent work in developing countries: evidence from Côte d’Ivoire, Economics Bulletin, Vol. 37 No. 1 pp. 494—507
  • 2017 – Financial Reforms, Financial Development, and Economic Growth in the Ivory Coast. Economies 2017, 5, 7, doi:10.3390/economies5010007, avec Vassiki Sanogo
  • 2016 – Elicitation of Determinants of Rural Households’ Water Supply in Côte d’Ivoire: A case Study, Proceedings of the 7th RWSN Forum “Water for All”, 29 Nov – 02 Dec 2016, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, Rural Water Supply Network, Skat Foundation, St. Gallen Switzerland. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23154.50880, Vol 1, pp : 278-286. avec Vassiki Sanogo
  • 2016 (En ligne: septembre 2015) – ELICIT: An alternative imprecise weight elicitation technique for use in multi-criteria decision analysis for healthcare, Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research. doi: 10.1586/14737167.2015.1083863, avec Vakaramoko Diaby et Vassiki Sanogo


2-  Working paper:

  • 2017 – Early retirement decisions: lessons from a dynamic structural modelling, ThEMA working paper with Eric Delattre
  • 2017 – Dynamic interactions between health and employment statuses: a non-parametric analysis, ThEMA working paper. with Eric Delattre
  • 2015 – Health condition and job status interactions: Econometric evidence of causality from a French longitudinal survey, ThEMA working paper withEric Delattre et Mareva Sabatier
  • 2015 – On the estimation of causality in a bivariate dynamic probit model on panel data with Stata software : A technical review, ThEMA working paper with Eric Delattre