Johannes BOEHM awarded AFSE's 2021 Edmond Malinvaud Prize

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Logo of the AFSEEarlier this month, the Association Française de Science Économique (AFSE) announced the 2021 laureate of its Prix Edmond Malinvaud: Jo

Visitors in June

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In addition to our annual and semestrial visitors this year - Marianne ANDRIES, Cécile GAUBERT (UC Berkeley), Arnaud COSTINOT (MIT), Roland RATHELOT (Warwick), David SRAER (Berkeley Haas) and Gianluca VIOLANTE (Princeton) - we are pleased to be hosting three short-term visitors this Spring.

We extend the warmest welcome to Claire MONTIALOUX (UC Berkeley), Andrea PRAT (Columbia), and Xavier ROUBAIX (Harvard) this June!

Pierre CAHUC appointed to the IUF

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Another excellent year for our 2020/21 job market candidates

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Our PhD programme trains top economists who seek to pursue university and academic careers in France or abroad, as well as careers requiring high-level doctoral training: in international organisations, think tanks, research institutions, government agencies, banks, and insurance companies.

Despite an international job market plagued (no pun intended) for the second consecutive year by COVID-19, our candidates have fared remarkably well in securing positions in top-knotch universities.

Paris-London Public Economics

Virtual Conference May 6 & 7th
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The Paris-London Public Economics conference is a two-day conference organised by faculty at the Department, the London School of Economics (LSE), University College London (UCL), the Institut des Politiques Publiques, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

The programme features research on a range of issues in public economics.
Professor Michael GREENSTONE (University of Chicago) will deliver the keynote address.

LEPI Webinar Series - Mar 26th

AI, Markets, and the Law
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LEPI logoOn March 26th the Law and Economics Policy Initiative (LEPI) will be hosting the third session of its new webinar series on the topic of artificial intelligence (AI), markets and the law.

Exceptional Web Conference

With the Banque de France - March 1st
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Meet our job market candidates !

Aseem PATEL and Camille URVOY
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The Department has two great job candidates on the market this year: Aseem PATEL and Camille URVOY.


Aseem Patel


Aseem PATEL is a PhD candidate en Economics.

Research interests : Labour Economics; Econometrics

Job Market paper :

The Department is a new affiliate laboratory of ADRES

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On November 25th, 2020 the Department of Economics joined the Association pour le Développement de la Recherche en Économie et en Statistique (ADRES) as an affiliated research laboratory.

ADRES is a « Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique » whose goal is to encourage and to disseminate research in the fields of theoretical economics, applied economics, econometrics and statistics. It also aims to facilitate the placement of young researchers in these fields on both national and international job markets.

LEPI launches new webinar series

'Law and Inequality' - Dec 7th
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On December 7th the Law and Economics Policy Initiative (LEPI) is launching a new webinar series.