Virginie Boutueil

Researcher in the Socioeconomics of Mobility Field, LVMT, ENPC, Université Gustave Eiffel
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Biography

Virginie Boutueil is a researcher in the socioeconomics of mobility field. Her research focuses on innovative mobility solutions, the digital transformation of mobility, and public policies. She holds an engineering degree, a master’s degree in energy and environmental economics and a doctorate in transport economics. She also worked for the Ministry of transport, at the General Directorate of Civil Aviation and at the French Embassy in China, before starting her career in academia.


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