Economics serving society

Economics for everybody

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PSE and its scholarly community have, from the beginning, promoted the notion of “economics serving society”.

For more than 10 years, Paris School of Economics has regularly highlighted the work of its researchers through “Economics for everyone”.

This month, “Economy for everyone” becomes “Economics for everybody”. Furthermore, it will now offer a thematic approach. Works related to different themes will be presented for about 6 weeks, with one publication per week.

The ambition remains the same: to make the research work carried out at PSE and its laboratories accessible to everybody.

From now on, you will find on this page our contributions in the form of articles, interviews, infographics, comics, podcasts... to better understand together the economic issues and challenges of tomorrow.

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Thematic file n°1: Migrations

Discover our events for the general public

Among the scores of events organised each year by PSE, several lectures are open to everyone - register here to receive invitations and access the lectures on our youtube account. (if you wish to access the full agenda, follow this link)

Our researchers in the media & on the bookshelves

PSE researchers have a high profile in the news – in print media, on the radio and on television, national and international, and on the (real or virtual) bookshelves. Their contributions shine scientific light on a wide range of subjects.

Actions supported by the PSE

Access the past work of our researchers

  • 5 papers... in 5 minutes !”: a regular selection of abstracts of recent academic articles, edited in a short and accessible format.
  • PSE newsletter: a trimestral publication giving you access to the latest research conducted by PSE, and also to older material such as interviews with invited guests.
  • A word from...”: interviews on various subjects of current interest.
  • In the news: some scientific work that had a large echo in the media.

These actions are co-funded by a French government subsidy managed by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche under the framework of the Investissements d’avenir programme reference ANR-17-EURE-0001.