PSE Partnership Programme
The PSE Partnership Programme has two ambitions:
- To support firms and organisations to develop strategies in the face of the global challenges that are affecting their economic and social environments.
- To break down barriers and to unite researchers, decision makers and economic actors around strong themes and topics, developed by major international research teams.
This Programme is helped by advice and support from the Strategic Development Board, composed of prominent personalities from private and public enterprises. PSE thus develops Research Chairs that benefit from non-academic partnerships to support its various research projects of three to five-year periods (renewable). PSE has formed seven research chairs in partnership with public institutions (Banque de France, Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris, Dares-Unedic-Mairie de Paris, Insee) and private firms and foundations (Scor, Fondation Ardian, Hermès, QuantCube, Candriam, Société Générale), as well as Ministries (Labor and Education).
PSE offers professional, inter-company and customised continuing education and also responds to requests from diverse sources for bespoke expertise that meets the precise operational needs of organisations. These studies and assessments, which can last anywhere from a few weeks to several years, result in fruitful exchanges between private actors and the academic world.
Executives and managers from the public and private sectors can join the Macro Club, a place for regular exchanges between macroeconomists.
Finally, individuals and companies can become Sponsors of the Paris School of Economics by contributing to the Foundation’s capital endowment. This long-term support is essential to the development and international influence of the research and training provided at PSE.
The Strategic Development Board
The SDB gathers personalities from the private and public business world. They advise and support the development of the PSE Partnership Programme. There are currently 10 members : Patrick Artus, Patricia Barbizet, Stéphane Boujnah, Anne Bouverot, Jean-François Cirelli, Benoît Coeuré, Martin Hirsch, Henri-Paul Rousseau, Dominique Senequier and Bernard Spitz.
Seven Research Chairs are currently active at PSE, in collaboration with numerous Partners :
The “International Macroeconomics” Chair, Banque de France - PSE chair was created in September 2009 and is based at the Paris School of Economics. It is the result of a partnership between the French central bank, member of the Eurosystem, and an international research center in Economics. Sharing the same vision about scientific needs on international issues, these two organisations joint their efforts to build a Chair with the objective of fostering the development of research on the financial & monetary international system, and in international Macroeconomics. This Chair is co-directed by Tobias Broer (PSE, IIES) and Olivier de Bandt (Banque de France)... learn more
The Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have created mid-2014 Hospinnomics. This research Chair aims at getting together economists for them to have an impact on decision-making, and aims at developing evaluation and experimental methods to maximize the available resources in the service of patients. The Scientific Director of the chair is Lise Rochaix (PSE, Paris 1)... learn more
This PSE research Chair was created in partnership with the City of Paris and two departments of the ministry of labour – the DARES, (Direction de l’animation de la recherche, des études et des statistiques, Directorate for the coordination of research, studies and statistics) and the DGEFP (Délégation générale à l’emploi et à la formation professionnelle, Office of employment and vocational training) and Pôle emploi (the labour exchange). Located on the Jourdan campus, its purpose is to attract the best young scholars (doctoral and post-doctoral) working on labour issues, to form a network of affiliated researchers, and to create and disseminate accessible academic work, and thus to refine our understanding of trends in work, employment dynamics, wages and unemployment. The current Chair holder is Eric Maurin (PSE, EHESS), and its Executive Director is Dominique Meurs (Nanterre)... learn more
In September 2017, the SCOR Corporate Foundation for Science and the Paris School of Economics created a research Chair in macroeconomic risk.
Funded by SCOR, whose mission includes “encouraging research into and disseminating the resulting knowledge about risk”, the Chair is held by PSE. Its Academic director is Gilles Saint-Paul (PSE, ENS), its Executive director is Axelle Ferriere (PSE, CNRS). It aims to promote the development and dissemination of research into a number of areas linked to the issue of macroeconomic risk, and which are of common interest to SCOR and PSE... learn more
The Ardian Foundation – under the aegis of the Fondation de France, the DEPP (Direction de l’évaluation, de la prospective et de la performance) of the Ministry for National Education, Youth and Sports, and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have created in December 2020 a new research Chair “Education Policy and Social Mobility” within the PSE. Led by Luc Behaghel (PSE, INRAE) and Julien Grenet (PSE, CNRS), the aim of this research chair is to identify the causes of inequalities in access to education, and to identify the policies and actions best suited to correct them. This is a key issue for all citizens, which concerns not only public decision makers but also civil society and philanthropic groups that devote much“ effort to supporting young people and their families... learn more
Hermès and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have created in September 2021 the research chair “Opening Economics” (OSE) within PSE. Led by Jean-Olivier Hairault (PSE, Paris 1) and Jean-Marc Tallon (PSE, CNRS), respectively Director and Head of Research at PSE, this Chair has the ambitious objective of opening up economics to and through other disciplines. The goal of the OSE Chair is to allow economists to respond in creative and effective ways to the major questions of our times, by integrating two observations: that current challenges, complex and multifaceted as they are, demand an approach that transcends disciplinary boundaries, and that economics research must be renewed by advances made in other, related disciplines... learn more
The « Measurement in Economics, Nowcasting – Beyond GDP » Chair has been created in October 2021 at PSE. It aims to contribute to the progress of economic statistics methods, by promoting the mobilization of new sources and the development of very short-term forecasting tools (Nowcasting), and by continuing the reflections initiated from the Stiglitz Commission on a deepening of the statistical measurement of economic performance and well-being (Beyond GDP). On these two components, the objective of the Chair is to better meet the expectations of private and public decision-makers, and more broadly of the social demand on these subjects... learn more
Within the PSE Partnership Programme, 3 types of courses are currently offered:
- The PhD Programme
- Short Executive Education courses
- The Master “Gouvernance et lutte contre la corruption” (Economics of Transparency & Accountability initiative)
In an increasingly complex environment, French or international administrations seeking to develop and evaluate public policies, as well as private decision-makers faced with difficult strategic choices, can count on the expertise of PSE researchers.
The foundation currently conducts dozens of projects for various entities (companies, ministries, international institutions, associations...). Know everything about the PSE Expertise.
The Macro Club
The Macro Club aims to create a regular meeting place between academic and operational macroeconomists, from both the public and private sectors, in order to exchange on the evolution of knowledge in the field and on new topics... learn more about this Club
Becoming a PSE sponsor
To become a sponsor of PSE is to support a project that contributes to increasing France’s international influence through its scientific and academic excellence in the field of economics. The status of scientific cooperation foundation allows patrons and donors to benefit from tax deductions.
Since its creation, PSE has been fortunate to have the support of the American Foundation for the Paris School of Economics (AFPSE) : learn more about the AFPSE.