Rosalie Berthier

Rosalie currently leads Synaps’ research on Lebanese macroeconomics. Born and raised in France, she holds a BA from Sciences-Po and a MSc in Sociology from the London School of Economics. She has lived in Egypt, Turkey and Lebanon, where she worked in both analysis and project incubation & management. She has advised or engineered crowd-funding campaigns and the development of business plans—an entrepreneurial bent she is keen to harness to Synaps.

      Monetising Syrian refugees

      Lebanon's invisibility trap

      Lebanon's contortionist middle-class

      Grand Theft Lebanon

      Syria trends

      The run-up to the crisis

      Lebanon’s toxic loans gamble

      The digital path to real citizenship in Lebanon

      Lebanon's taxation smokescreen

      How the Lebanese economy cannibalizes itself

      Du sucre pour le Liban diabétique

      Le coûteux refinancement de la dette libanaise


      Lebanon's banking on magic

      The Lebanese warfare state

      The Syria aid regime that needed help

      Touching the ground

      The fabric of Lebanese resilience