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Programme Director : Fabrice Le Lec. After a PhD in economics in Aix-Marseille, and 2 post-docs in Amsterdam and Berlin in Economics and Psychology, Fabrice developed his research in Paris and Lille. His research is in the field of behavioral economics, with a specialization on social preferences and risk, and the effect of choice on decision.
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Béatrice Boulu-Reshef is a full professor at the University of Orleans, and a member of the Collaboration Project “Behavioral Economics” at PSE. She obtained her PhD at the University of Lyon and then worked at the Wharton School and at the University of Virginia prior to joining Universite Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne as assistant professor. Her research focuses on managerial decision-making, cooperation, and risk.

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Fabrice Etile is a Research Director at INRA (the French national institute for agriculture research) and a professor at Paris School of Economics. He is specialized in food and health behaviors, with a strong emphasis on the psychological underpinnings of such behaviors.

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Nicolas Jacquemet is a full professor at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a member of Paris School of Economics. His research combines experimental methods and econometrics to study discrimination, the effect of personality traits on economic behavior, the role of social pre-involvement in strategic behavior and experimental game theory in general.

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Olivier L’Haridon is a full professor at the University of Rennes-1. He is a leading specialist in the domain of risk and uncertainty with numerous publications in various prestigious outlets (for example, American Economic Review, Management Science).

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Angelo Secchi is Full Professor of Economics at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Associate member of the Paris School of Economics. His research covers industrial dynamics, international trade, economic geography and applied econometrics and it has been published in several peer-reviewed international journals.


Sommaire - Économie Expérimentale