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Hillel Rapoport

Hillel Rapoport

Professeur titulaire d'une chaire à PSE

Professeur des Universités Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

CES-Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne – 48 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

6e étage, bureau 13

Tél. 01 80 52 16 14

  • Commerce, migrations et développement
  • Démographie et migrations
  • Économie politique et institutions

Enseignement et supervision

Courses taught at the undergraduate level

Development Economics, Public Economics, International Trade, Industrial Organization, Labor Economics, Price Theory, Economic Policy Analysis, Introduction to Economic Analysis

 

Courses taught at the graduate level

Development Macroeconomics: joint course for the first year of the Masters “Development Economics” and “International Economics”, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.   

Migration and Development: Master in Public Policy and Development, Paris School of Economics;

Economics of International Migration: Master Economic Policy Analysis (APE), Paris School of Economics; Advanced Graduate Studies Program, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (February 2010; February 2014; January 2016)

Political Economy of Immigration: Master in Applied Economics, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Topics in Development Economics, MA in Economics, Bar-Ilan University, 2008-09, 2011-12

Population, migration and development: Master in Development Economics, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; Master in Public Administration and International Development (MPAID), Harvard Kennedy School, Spring 2011.

Development Theory: Master in Development Economics, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2018-19

 

Supervision of PhD students

Completed

Martin Fernandez-Sanchez, Paris School of Economics. Dissertation title: “Subjective well-being, migration and social mobility” (co-supervision with Andrew Clark), November 2020. First placement: Post-doctoral researcher, Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research.

Alexia Lochmann, Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Dissertation title: “Immigrants’ Cultural and Economic Integration”, started July 2020. First placement: Post-doctoral research, University of Bolzano.

Cem Ozguzel, Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Dissertation title: “Immigration, diversity and the productivity of firms”, started November 2019. First placement: Economist, OECD Labour Division.

Sulin Sardoschau, Paris School of Economics. Dissertation title: “Migration, Aid and Conflict: Essays in Political Economy and Development”, November 2018. First Placement: Junior Professor of Migration Economics, Humboldt University Berlin.

Johann Harnoss, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Dissertation title: “Essays on the Economics of Immigration and Birthplace Diversity”, January 2014. First Placement: Senior Consultant, Boston Consulting Group, Berlin.

Haddas Don Yehiya, Bar-Ilan University (co-supervisor: Arthur Fishman). Dissertation title: “FDI, outsourcing and economic growth”, December 2013. First placement: Post-doctoral researcher, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Agricultural Economics.

Rezina Sultana, Bar-Ilan University (co-supervisor: Arye Hillman). Dissertation title: “The political economy of the Indian caste system”, December 2012. First placement: Assistant Professor, Udaipur Institute for Engineering and Management.

Cécily Defoort, Université de Lille II (co-supervisor: Frédéric Docquier). Dissertation title: “Skilled migration and human capital: insights from a new panel database”, November 2007. First placement: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, University of Lille.

Carine Drapier, Université de Lille I (co-supervisor: Hubert Jayet). Dissertation title: “The effect of geographic mobility on youth labor market integration: evidence from France”, December 2001. First placement: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, University of Lille.

Ongoing

Etienne Madinier, Paris School of Economics. Dissertation title: “Global Political Economy in the lenses of Big Data” (co-supervision with Katia Zhuravskaya), started September 2018.

Sarah Schneider, Paris School of Economics. Dissertation title: “On the social and economic integration of refugees in France”, started September 2017.