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(A word from) Nicolas Jacquemet: “Laboratory experiments are for all economists, not just behavioural economists”

Nicolas Jacquemet is a professor at PSE and at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne where he heads the Master in Economics and Psychology. His work uses findings from psychology research to understand economic behaviours in tax evasion, (...)

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(Replay) December 18-19, 2019 - PSE Annual Conferences on Global Issues: “Digital Transformations”

On December 18th and 19th, 2019, PSE - Paris School of Economics organized the first edition of a new series of annual conferences entitled “PSE Annual Conferences on Global Issues”. This year’s theme was: “Digital Transformations”. The event (...)

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Gilles Saint-Paul - “Théorie du cycle - Introduction à l’analyse des fluctuations macroéconomiques” (sept. 2019)

Discover this new book, published last September by Éditions Rue d’Ulm and written by Gilles Saint-Paul, professor at Paris School of Economics (PSE) and at École normale supérieure (ENS). Théorie du cycle Introduction à l’analyse des fluctuations (...)

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

Why are we sometimes over-confident about our chances of success and sometimes not confident enough? Louis Levy-Garboua*, Muniza Askari and Marco Gazel People often underestimate their chances of succeeding in a difficult task but (...)

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(December 18-19) PSE Annual Conferences on Global Issues: « Digital Transformations »

PSE Annual Conferences on Global Issues PSE is launching a series of annual conferences on the new economic and technological challenges, as well as on the new social and ethical standards the whole society is facing. Governments, businesses, (...)

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(February 13) Les Rencontres de l’Évaluation 2020

On February 13, 2020, PSE is glad to invite you to the Rencontres de l’Évaluation 2020 organized by and at the French National Assembly. Les Rencontres de l’Évaluation 2020 : L’évaluation des politiques publiques au Parlement February 13, 2020 ; (...)

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(February 5-6) Plan National de Formation: Les nouveaux programmes de Sciences économiques et sociales

On February 5 and February 6, 2020, PSE will have the pleasure to host the national seminar “Les nouveaux programmes de Sciences économiques et sociales”. Plan national de formation: Les nouveaux programmes de Sciences économiques et sociales (...)

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(In the news) Understanding the Lebanese protests through the prism of extreme inequalities

In a few words Massive anti-governmental protests erupted in Lebanon last October. They seem partly fueled by a specific economic situation: an extreme concentration of wealth and income, with almost no equivalent in the world. Protesters are (...)

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(Replay) December 11, 2019 - Thomas Philippon: “The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets”

On December 11 2019, Thomas Philippon (Stern School of Business) held a lecture organized by the Banque de France - PSE Chair dedicated to the presentation and discussion of his new book: “The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets”. (...)

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(January 23-24) Programme de Formations des Enseignants d’Economie du Secondaire et du Supérieur - Session 2020

PSE is glad to co-organize with APSES the annual APSES stage - Programme de Formations des Enseignants d’Economie du Secondaire et du Supérieur funded by the ANR, on 23 and 24 January 2020. This year’s theme will be: “Regards croisés sur (...)

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