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People | experts Alexandre Dayant
Research Fellow, Pacific Islands Program
Lowy Institute
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Areas of ExpertisePolitics and economics in the Pacific; Aid and international development policy.

Alexandre Dayant is a Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute, where he works on a new project mapping and analysing foreign assistance in the Pacific.

Prior to joining the Institute in 2017, Alexandre was a management consultant for PwC, where he worked on strategy development and implementation projects in the infrastructure, health, telecommunications and banking sectors.

Before PwC, Alexandre completed master’s degrees in International & Development Economics (Australian National University) and Econometrics (La Sorbonne) and undertook internships in marketing, international business, and finance. While in Australia in 2012, Alexandre worked for the Federal Minister for Small Business Brendon O’Connor on a comparative study of OECD assistance to small business for the Australian Government. He also completed a summer course in International Law and International Relations at Harvard University. Alexandre speaks fluent French, English, and Spanish.