F. Koessler, R. Rancière, K. Schubert and C. Senik : four new Paris School of Economics Associate Chairs
The Scientific Board of the Paris School of Economics has validated the nomination of the four new Associate Chairs :
- Frédéric Koessler : game theory and experimental economics specialist, he is particularly interested in strategical transmission of information. The CNRS has awarded him with a bronze medal in 2010 for his research; he obtained his PhD in 2001 in Strasbourg, spent 5 years in the University of Cergy Pontoise and then joined the Paris School of Economics in 2007.
- Romain Rancière : he is affiliated to the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and is one of the 2 scientific coordinator of the Chair Banque de France-PSE. After a PhD at New York University in 2003, he spent a few years as a researcher (tenure-track) and assistant Professor of Economics at CREI and Univesitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. In 2010, he was a First Runner-up for the prize of Best French Economist under 40 (Le Monde - Cercle des Economistes). His main research fields are International Finance, Economic Growth, Banking.
- Katheline Schubert : after her graduation at Centrale Paris, she obtained her PhD at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in 1986 and then the “agrégation de sciences économiques” in 1988. Her research mainly focuses on environnemental Economics and natural ressources, and also on macroeconomics dynamics and growth theory. Professor at the Sorbonne and Researcher at the CES, she manages the Economics Magistère of Paris 1
- Claudia Senik : Professor at the University Paris IV-Sorbonne, she is a member of the Institut Universitaire de France and of the IZA. Her research mainly focuses on the link between income, inequality and subjective well-being. She is also interested in political preferences of individuals. Graduated from ENS, she obtained the “agrégation de sciences économiques” in 1987 and her PhD at the EHESS in 1993. She then obtained her “agrégation des Universités” in 1996
With these 4 nominations, the Paris School of Economics now has 25 Associate Chairs.