The Fisheries Economics Research Unit (FERU) and the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries would like to welcome Dr. Ilyass Dahmouni.
Dr. Dahmouni is a holder of two master degrees, in environmental and natural resources economics from the Toulouse School of Economics; and in public policy from the Paris Sorbonne university. He received his PhD degree in management science from the university of Montreal (HEC business school). His thesis entitled : “Three Essays on Dynamic Games and Sustainable Fishery Management”, contributed to the advancement of the field of Dynamic Game theory and its application to fisheries management.
As part of his research activities, he is passionate about climate change issues and their impacts on the ocean and resource sustainability. He dreams of developing the ultimate mathematical model of fish war games. His research interests include the application of dynamic game theory to environmental and natural resource management and economics, pollution control, international environmental agreements, fisheries sustainability, public economics. Ilyass is also very curious about epidemiology and pandemic control. He is a proud public servant who has worked as a policy advisor for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and for the Public Health Agency of Canada.
When not conducting research, Ilyass spends his time traveling abroad and enjoys cooking, he also likes outdoor sports and is interested in Philosophy. He is fluent in Arabic, French and English, speaks basic Spanish and he is currently learning Japanese. Ilyass’s motto is “La Constancia Vence lo que la Dicha No Alcanza”.
Welcome to FERU, IOF and UBC, Ilyass.