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What to read next? The 2020 PSE summer book list

Numerous books have been written by our Researchers over these last few months - or are about to be published - on a wide variety of subjects. Here is our 2020 summer book list! Octobre 2020 « Vivement le socialisme! Chroniques 2016-2020 » Thomas (...)

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(In the news) Eight policy recommendations to combat discrimination in the labour market

In a few words Regardless of their origin (gender, skin colour, age, disability...), discriminations in the labour market are a scourge: they threaten national cohesion and represent a significant economic cost. In a context where our economy (...)

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PSE Job Market placements 2020

The Paris School of Economics congratulates its doctoral students and post-doc fellows for their success this year in the international job market. The European Job Market for Economists is managed by the European Economic Association and the (...)

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(A word from) Luc Arrondel: “The world (of football) afterwards”

Luc Arrondel is associate professor at PSE and research director at CNRS. He wrote, with Bastien Drut and Richard Duhautois “L’Économie du sport en fiches” (Sports economics in fact sheets) published in January 2020 by Éditions Ellipses. In 29 fact (...)

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(In the news) Agriculture: When land registration helps improve agricultural investments and reduce tree cover loss

In a few words To curb deforestation and climate change, public policies could help promote new ways of considering local services produced by forest when individuals, firms and community allocate land across alternative uses. In a recent (...)

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Discover the new FHMD website : French Human Mortality Database

The French Human Mortality Database is a “satellite” of the Human Mortality Database (HMD), which currently holds 41 historical national lifetables. The ambition is to provide detailed data to anyone interested in the history of human longevity. (...)

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(June 2020) 5 papers...in 5 minutes!

Do Political Connections Affect Students’ Higher Education Decisions? Maiting Zhuang* What determines someone’s level of education? Economists tend to think about educational attainment as an investment decision. As the return to a particular (...)

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(June 16-19) D-TEA Conference 2020 “Prospect Theory”

D-TEA (Decision: Theory, Experiments, Applications) is an annual workshop dealing with decision sciences, held by HEC, Paris. It aims to promote dialogs between theory, experimental findings, and applications (where “applications” might mean (...)

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(May 4) SCOR-PSE Chair: Online Roundtable - Macroeconomic consequences of Coronavirus crisis

On May 4, 2020, the SCOR-PSE Chair organized an online roundtable (Zoom) entitled: Macroeconomic consequences of Coronavirus crisis May 4, 2020; 4:30pm-6:00pm The roundtable was held online, from the Zoom application. Chair: Gilles Saint-Paul (...)

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(June 16) Webinar: “COVID-19: What role for nuclear energy in the startup plan?”

On June 16, 2020, PSE - Paris School of Economics and the AEE will co-organize a webinar (Zoom) entitled: COVID-19: What role for nuclear energy in the startup plan? June 16, 2020 ; 5:00pm (Paris) Conference in french language Access link to (...)

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