Economics serving society
Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur

Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur

PSE Professor


Campus Jourdan – 48, boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

5th floor, office 63

Research groups: Economic and Social History
  • Money, Credit, Finance in the long run

Scientific projects

2020-23 Participant to CoMORConfigurations of European Fairs. Merchants, Objects, Routes, 1350-1600), grant from Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)  (0,2 M €) (PI : J.-L. Gaulin)

2019-22 Leader of the private investment WP of COLECOPOL (Political economy of colonialism), grant from Agence nationale de la recherche  (0,5 M €)  (PI : D. Cogneau).

2017-21   PI of HBDEX (« Exploitation of Historical Big Data for Digital Humanities »), grant from Agence nationale de la recherche (0,66 M €)

2018-21  Member of the steering committee of EURHISFIRM, design grant for a european infrastructure under H2020 (2,4 M €) (PI : A. Riva).

2015-19   Participant to SYSRI (Systemic risk and the great depression in France), grant from Agence nationale de la recherché (0,5 M €) (PI : A. Riva).

2011-19   PI of the « D-FIH » (Historical financial data) project, selected as “Equipement d’excellence” under the “investments for the future” programme of the French government (3,1 M €)

2009-11   PI of “The 1882 crisis on the Paris stock exchange and in French banks”, grant from Paris Europlace institute of finance. (15,000 €)

2007-10   PI of “the impact of ending a monopoly : the 1893 reform of the Paris brokers’ corporation”, grant from Paris Europlace institute of finance (15,000 €)

2007-10   PI of “Paris as a financial centre”, grant from the Paris City council (30,000 €)

2003-08  Responsible for the French side of the Research Training Network « Unifying the European experience : lessons of history for pan-european development », financed by the European Commission and directed by K. O’Rourke and S. Broadberry.

2000-2004 PI of “the history of the French financial system”, grant from the Ministère de la Recherche. (0,4 M fr.)