Marc Lautier is a Professor of Economics at the University of Rennes 2. His research focuses on development strategies and international trade and investment. He has led field research in many developing and emerging economies in East and South East Asia, North Africa, as well as Sub-Saharan Africa. He has been involved in a variety of research and expertise projects for international organizations such as the World Bank, OECD, European Commission, UNDP. He has taught Development Economics, Asian Economies, International Economics, Economics of Globalization and Emerging countries in a number of universities such as University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, University Paris 13, Science-Po Paris, HEC, University of Cairo, Foreign Trade University Hanoi, as well as URDSE/RULE. In Cambodia, he participated to an Economics teaching program for high officials in 2001-2002 and, since then, he has conducted different studies for AFD, ILO and the Cambodian government.

Recent books :

Quelles perspectives d’industrialisation tardive en Afrique?, avec J.R. Chaponnière, 270 p, coll Hors-Série, AFD editions, Paris. 2022.

Perspectives du développement au 21 e siècle (co-ed), décembre, Khartala, 2020

Economie  de l’Asie du Sud Est, avec J.R. Chaponnière, 276 p, Paris, Bréal, 2 ed 2019

L’Asie du Sud Est, avec J.R. Chaponnière et A. Monot,, 299 p, Paris, Bréal, 2019

La mesure du développement : des indicateurs en question, (co-ed), Khartala.

Les économies émergentes d’Asie, avec J.R. Chaponnière, 276 p, Paris, Armand Collin, 2014.