Economics serving society
Denis Cogneau

Denis Cogneau

PSE Professor

Senior Research Fellow IRD - Directeur d'études EHESS

Campus Jourdan – 48 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

5th floor, office 05

Phone +33(0)1 80 52 16 85

  • Political economy of development
  • History of Development
  • Structural Change, Inequalities and Development

Teaching

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Courses and Seminars:

Master Public Policy and Development (first year M1):

Measurement of social facts - with Julien Grenet & Pauline Charousset - 24h+12h tutorial (S1) 

           Slides sessions 1 and 2

Master Analysis and Policy in Economics (first year M1):

Introduction to Development with Sylvie Lambert & Oliver Vanden Eynde - 18h (S2)

           Slides sessions 1 and 2

Master APE and PPD (second year M2): Research Seminar EHESS

Economic History of Development in the colonial and postcolonial eras  - 24h (S2)

           Syllabus 2018/19

Master APE and PPD (second year M2): Core course in Advanced Economic History:

Imperialism & Colonialism in the the Rise of the West and the Rest (6h) - 36h (S1) - with Facundo Alvaredo, Jérôme Bourdieu, Lionel Kesztenbaum, Eric Monnet, Thomas Piketty

Doctoral courses: Development - Economic History

Doctoral Students at PSE - EHESS:

Past Doctoral Students at EHESS:

  • Yasmine Bekkouche (U. Libre de Bruxelles)  Quality of Education in Africa  (2019)
  • Yannick Dupraz (Warwick U.)  Historical institutions and Development in Africa   (2016)
  • Léa Rouanet (World Bank)  Long-term Health Evolutions in Africa     (2015)
  • Lara Tobin (Min. Logement & Devpt Durable)  Urbanization and Land Issues in Africa (2015)
  • Rémi Jedwab (G. Washington Univ.)  Natural Resources and Urbanization in Africa (2012)
  • Phillippe Leite (World Bank)  Social Programs in Brazil (2012)
  • Anne Olivier (Consultante) Access to Water in Developing Cities (2010)
  • Thomas Bossuroy (World Bank) Social Mobility and Ethnicity in Africa (2009)
  • Elise Huillery (Univ. Dauphine)  French Colonization in Western Africa (2008)

Past Doctoral Students at Sciences-Po:

  • Michael Grimm (Passau Univ.)  Economic Demography in Africa (2002)