For the year 2022-2023, the International Migration Economics Chair has 15 associate researchers and 8 PhD students.
Philippe Aghion, Professor at the Collège de France and at INSEAD. Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics. Economics of growth. Personal website
Marc Fleurbaey, Director of Research at CNRS. Welfare economics, social choice theory, well-being, public economics, climate policy. Personal website
Camille Hémet, Professor at the university of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Urban diversity analysis, residential segregation. Personal website
Benjamin Michallet, Postdoc researcher. Paris School of Economics. Personal webpage
Katrin Millock, Director of Research at CNRS. Environmental economics, climate migration. Personal website
Ariell Reshef, Director of Research at CNRS. Economics of international trade and globalization. Migration and trade. Personal website
Hillel Rapoport, PSE Chaired Professor, Professor at the university of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Personal website
Biagio Speciale, Lecturer at the university of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Public economics and political economy of immigration. Personal website
Liam Wren-Lewis, Research Fellow at INRAE. Theories of contact and social interactions, evaluation of public policies. Personal website
Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Director of Research at EHESS. Political economy of media and populism. Personal website
Researchers from other institutions
Johann Daniel Harnoss. Partner and associate director. Innovation BCG Henderson Institute Fellow. Personal website
Yajna Govind, Assistant Professor. Copenhagen Business School (CBS). Personal webpage
Cem Özgüzel, Economist, OECD. Personal webpage
Sulin Sardoschau, Assistant Professor. Humbolt University. Personal webpage
Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski, Assistant Professor. Exeter University. Personal webpage
Sara Signorelli, Assistant Professor, Amsterdam School of Economics. Personal webpage
Doctoral fellows from PSE
Andrea Cornejo, The integration of international migrants and human capital formation. Supervisors: Hillel Rapoport and Liam Wren-Lewis.
Lucile Dehouck, Climate induced forced migration. Supervisor: Katrin Millock.
Bertille Evreux, Immigration, attitudes and intergroup contact theory. Supervisors: Camille Hémet and Hillel Rapoport.
Vitaliia Eliseeva, The (legacy of the) Soviet Union and modern-day economic and political attitudes in Russia. Supervisor: Hillel Rapoport.
Donia Kamel, Migration and political economy: An alternative investigation using Big Data. Supervisor: Hillel Rapoport.
Artur Obminski, Ethnic salience, attitudes, and violence: Contemporary and historic evidence from Poland. Supervisors: Hillel Rapoport and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya.
Javier Soria-Espin, Essays on intergenerational mobility. Supervisors: Hillel Rapoport and Thomas Piketty.
Guglielmo Zappala, Perceptions, attitudes and adaptation to climate change. Supervisor: Katrin Millock.