Maxime Roche
PhD student, Economics & Public Policy
Imperial College London, London, UK


My research interests are in health, environmental, and agricultural economics. My current research focuses on the impact of climate shocks on diets and food prices as well as the evaluation of food policies.

My thesis supervisors are Prof. Franco Sassi and Dr. Laure de Preux. I am affiliated with the Centre for Health Economics & Policy Innovation. I hold a LISS DTP studentship from the Economic & Social Research Council (UK).
My expected graduation year is 2026.

Before starting my PhD, I worked in the Economics of Noncommunicable Diseases team at the Pan American Health Organization (WHO Regional HQ for the Americas).

I hold an MRes in Economics & Public Policy from Imperial College London (UK), an MSc in Economics from the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), and an MSc in Corporate Finance from EDHEC Business School (France). 

I speak English, French, and Spanish.

You can download my CV below and you will find more information on my research, policy work, and teaching on this website.