About Elodie Marlet
In Elodie’s role as a Senior Research Analyst, she has co-authored multiple exploratory studies on labor market gaps and opportunities. She has also worked on more focused analysis to support workforce development initiatives. Most of these studies rely on a combination of comprehensive quantitative data analysis, focus groups or surveys, and present findings as well as actionable recommendations through an equity lens.
Publications & Reports
Clean Energy in the Bonneville Power Administration Area, Seattle Jobs Initiative for the Pacific Northwest Center for Excellent in Clean Energy at Centralia College, 2021.
Local Academic and Economic Impacts of the CAE-CD Designation, Seattle Jobs Initiative for Whatcom Community College, 2021.
Seattle’s Energy Efficient Building Operations and Construction Industries Workforce Report, Seattle Jobs Initiative for Emerald Cities and Seattle City Light, 2021.
Skills Transferability During Covid-19, Covid-Recession and Recovery Brief no. 3, Seattle Jobs Initiative for the City of Seattle, 2021.
Ramping Up Medical Assistants in the Covid-19 Recovery: A Case for Registered Apprenticeships, Seattle Jobs Initiative for the City of Seattle and Seattle-King County Healthcare Industry Leadership, 2021.
Marlet, E., 2020, “The Mining Industry in Sub-Saharan Africa: Impacts on Employment, Migration, and Remittances”, University of Washington Dissertations and Theses.
Gourdon, J., Marlet, E., Stone, S., and F. von Tongeren, 2019, “Non-Tariff Measures in Agriculture”, OECD, Joint Working Party on Agriculture and Trade, Trade and Agriculture Directorate, Trade Committee and Committee for Agriculture, TAD/TC/CA/WP.
Marlet, E., and R. Ouedraogo, 2017, “Foreign Direct Investments and Women’s Empowerment: New Evidence on Developing Countries”, International Monetary Fund, WP 1825.
Marlet, E., 2014, “The HIPC Initiative from the IMF and its efficiency in curbing poverty”, HEC Montreal Dissertations and Theses.