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(IPP Policy Brief n°60) Trapped by the Prisoner’s Dilemma, the United States Presidential Election Needs a Coordination Device

October 2020 - By Héloïse Cloléry and Yukio Koriyama This Policy Brief by the IPP (PSE/GENES) analyses the system according to which the President of the United States of America is elected, the Electoral College, which has often raised concerns. (...)

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October 22 - Lecture by Kurt Mitman: “The Fiscal Multiplier”

The Banque de France - PSE Chair is glad to invite you to an online lecture (Zoom) given by Kurt Mitman (Stockholm University) on October 22, 2020. The lecture will be discussed by Adrien Auclert (Stanford University) and will be followed by a (...)

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

Are football coaches teddy bears? Luc Arrondel*, Richard Duhautois, Cédric Zimmer The impact of the individual leadership of a CEO on the performance of a company has been widely discussed in the literature, but the effect remains indefinite: (...)

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(Replay) September 17-18 - PSE Annual Macro Meeting: SCOR-PSE Chair Conference and Chair Banque de France Conference

On September 17-18, 2020, PSE - Paris School of Economics organized its Annual Macro Meeting online (Zoom): the SCOR-PSE Chair Conference was held on September 17 and the Chair Banque de France Conference was held on September 18. You can find (...)

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In memoriam - Emmanuel Farhi

The death of Emmanuel Farhi on the 23rd of July has shaken many researchers and students from all over the world, and the PSE community has shared the pain of his family and friends. A few weeks after the strong emotion entailed by this news, we (...)

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(October 13-16) Printemps de l’économie 2020 - Guerres et Paix : quels combats pour un monde plus solidaire ?

PSE-Paris School of Economics is once again a partner of the Printemps de l’économie: the 2020 edition will take place from October 13th to 16th. Spread over four days, the event will be broadcast live. Many teachers and researchers of PSE* will (...)

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“Agir face aux dérèglements du monde” by 26 French economists (June 2020)

Discover this new book, published last June (Éditions Odile Jacob) by 26 French economists, winners of the Best Young Economist Award, including 7 members of PSE*. Agir face aux dérèglements du monde Dedicated page on the publisher’s site (...)

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(Replay) September 9, 2020 - Franck Portier: “Monetary Policy when the Phillips Curve is Locally Quite Flat”

On September 9, 2020, Franck Portier (University College London) held a lecture organized by the Banque de France - PSE Chair: “Monetary Policy when the Phillips Curve is Locally Quite Flat”. The conference was introduced by Francesco Pappadà (...)

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Back to school! (PhD students)

The Master students have started their year earlier on, and it is now the turn of the PhD students. We had the pleasure to welcome them on the Jourdan campus last Friday: we wish each and everyone of them a successful first (...)

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Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee to join ENS-PSL and PSE for the 2020–2021 academic year

Press release - Paris, September 18, 2020 Professors Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee, winners of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2019, have accepted an invitation to become visiting research and (...)

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