2023 AFSE Annual Congress - June 14-16

2023 AFSE Annual Congress - June 14-16

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In a few days, the Department will have the honour of hosting the Association française de science économique’s (AFSE) 71st annual congress.

The AFSE (French Economic Association) is a nonprofit organization
founded in 1950. It aims at promoting the exchange of knowledge and participation of its members in public debates on economic policies. It is open to all economists, whether they work in universities, public research organizations, government bodies or private companies. 
It also seeks to contribute to the advancement of research in economics in France (and beyond), in all areas, covering a wide range of skills and perspectives. It ensures its dissemination through major scientific events, its annual congress being the apex.

Hosting this event attests to the vision and determination of Sciences Po and of the Department in particular to take a strong foothold in the greater economics research community – what a long way the Department has come since its inception in 2009, in such a short time!

Our humblest of thanks to the Association Française de Science Économique, to AFSE partner associations, and to the programme committee for their invaluable assistance in helping us bring this meeting together–materially, logistically, and intellectually. 

We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of our partnership with the Banque de France, of the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), of the European Research Council (ERC), of the Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR), and of the Institut universitaire de France (IUF).

Under the helmsmanship of Jean-Marc Robin, scientific director of the Congress, senior faculty member and former Chair of the Department, this year’s congress will bring together 450 economists and doctoral students from all corners of France – as well as Europe and beyond.

The Congress alternates between moments of general assembly (keynote lectures, awards, lunch sessions) and moments dedicated to specialised study (parallel sessions) over the span of three days.

Overview of the 3-days AFSE Annual Congress (PDF 188.97 KB)
You may also download the complete programme (June 13th, morning) (PDF 1.81 MB)

Please consult the 2023 AFSE Congress website for information concerning the venue, social events, and updates on the programme

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