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« Homo numericus : La « civilisation » qui vient », Daniel Cohen

In his latest book, Daniel Cohen reviews the challenges of the digital revolution and explains how it has profoundly changed our societies. « Homo numericus : La « civilisation » qui vient » Find the page dedicated to the book on the website of (...)

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Workshop | New Data and Methods for Migration Studies | October 10-11

Paris School of Economics, SoBigData++ consortium, HumMingBird consortium and Institut Convergences Migrations are jointly organising a two-day workshop aimed at bringing together migration scholars from various disciplines from these (...)

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Workshop “Where is the money? Financial networks and the geography of credit development” | October 6-7

In the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 898910 EUROCBH (Europe and Its Central Banks: Lessons from History), Paris School of Economics is glad to announce the upcoming workshop “Where is the money? Financial networks and (...)

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International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective Workshop | November 28-29

The International Macroeconomics Chair is glad to invite you to a workshop on “International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective” on November 28-29, 2022. International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective Dates: November 28-29, 2022 (...)

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Podcast | Inflation and purchasing power | Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur

For this second podcast of Economics for everybody, Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur enlightens us on the historical dimension of inflation: its origins, its relationship to the economy and its impact on the current situation. Texts cited: Jean (...)

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(Replay) September 15-16 - PSE Macro Days 2022

On September 15-16, Paris School of Economics organized the 2022 edition of the PSE Macro Days: the Annual Conference of the Macroeconomic Risk Chair was held on September 15 and the Annual Conference of the International Macroeconomics Chair (...)

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Infographic | Inflation and food prices | Damien Mayaux

This second infographic from Economics for everybody highlights the inflation and food prices that we find below along with a summary note by Damien Mayaux. Based on the work: Remi Avignon, 2022, « Profit-Sharing and Ineffiencies in (...)

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“Micro-mobility in Cities” Workshop | October 17

The Urban New Deal Chair is glad to organize the “Micro-mobility in Cities” workshop at Paris School of Economics on October 17, 2022. Micro-mobility in Cities Date: Monday, October 17, 2022 Venue: Paris School of Economics 48 boulevard (...)

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Back to school! (PhD students)

After our students from the various Masters programs, it is now the turn of the 37 new PhD students to start their studies at Paris School of Economics. Composed of 15 women and 22 men, the new class had the opportunity to discover the campus (...)

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Editorial | The return of inflation | Tobias Broer

In this editorial, Tobias Broer asks three questions: Why has inflation recently increased? How does this surge in inflation affect households and firms? And what can, and should, policymakers do about it? Read the full contribution: “Inflation (...)

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