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(4 avril) The ABCs of CBA : a wider picture of project evaluation

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The EDCBA Students Association invites you to attend the Conference « The ABCs of CBA : a wider picture of project evaluation » at the Campus Jourdan on the 4th of April 2019 from 6.30 to 8.00 pm.

The Conference aims at bringing together academics and practioneers to discuss the scopes and limitation of project evaluation methodologies, notably socio-economic impact studies and cost-benefit analysis, based on feedbacks and lessons learned from recent and emblematic projects in France and abroad.

EDCBA is a Masters of Science (MSc) in economic calculation for investment decisions, applied to sectors of the economy currently in full expansion : planning, energy, environment, health, digital transformation.It is a postgraduate Master’s degree awarded by the École des Ponts ParisTech and jointly run with the Paris School of Economics.This programme is open to Students and young Professionals who hold a Bachelor, Masters 1 or 2 degree in economics, statistics or mathematics, from a University, a Grande école, an Engineering school or a Business school.

This Conference is also intented to give Bachelor and Master Students interested to apply to the MSc EDCBA to meet with the 2018-2019 EDCBA Students and Faculty.

Keynote

Emile Quinet, Emeritus Professor at École des Ponts ParisTech and PSE - CBA in practice : the Grand Paris Express.

Roundtable speakers

Julie de Brux, Founding partner at the economics consulting agency Citizing - Socio-economic impact studies for Smart Grid projects.
Thomas Cuingnet (tbc), Structured Finance Manager at Kéolis : CBA and structured finance project
Philippe Huet, President and CEO, HuetRisqueConseil - Hazard and Risk assesment : an application to the Flamanville EPR project.
Anne-Laure Mascle-Allemand, CBA consultant - CBA across Latin America countries.

The event will be followed by a cocktail.

Registration compulsory until 28 March, 2019

Venue : Campus Jourdan - room R2-21 at Paris School of Economics, 48, boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris