November 24th 2021

The Infertility Boom: What Are the Costs to Society?

It is becoming increasingly more difficult to have a baby. In France, one in every eight couples seeks help for a fertility problem. Solutions do exist, but these treatments can be costly for both individuals and society. Is it possible to reduce the inequalities generated by infertility, which affects individuals in an increasingly random manner?
October 13th 2021

Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Program

Each year AMSE welcomes foreign students who have been awarded the Eiffel excellence scholarships by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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November 05th 2020

Meet the AMSE 2021 Job Market Candidates

AMSE is proud to promote 10 candidates on the international job market this year.
October 20th 2021

Pre-selection campaign M2 Theoretical and Empirical Economics (ETE) for 2022/23

The master in Economics track "Theoretical and Empirical Economics" has a very strong research focus and allows admission to the AMSE PhD programme. A pre-selection campaign for external candidates willing to enroll this track is planned from October 25 to December 5, 2021.
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October 20th 2021

Apply now to our dual degrees for the academic year 2022/23

AMSE offers several high quality double degree options. Choosing a double degree program means that you will study the M1 abroad and the M2 in Marseille at AMSE, and finish your studies with two Master's degrees.
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Next events

  • amse seminar
Monday, November 29| 11:30am to 12:45pm

Ludovic Renou

Queen Mary University of London
Dynamic choice and common learning
  • phd seminar
Tuesday, November 30| 11:00am to 12:30pm

Stéphane Benveniste, Francesco Saverio Gaudio

AMSE*, University of Warwick**
Like father, Like child: Social reproduction in the French Grandes Écoles throughout the 20th century*
Macro-financial trends in a model with concentrated ownership of capital**
  • finance seminar
Tuesday, November 30| 2:30pm

Carmela D'Avino-Dumas

Spatial dependence and internal capital markets
  • conference
Thursday, December 2| 1:00pm to Friday, December 3| 4:45pm
  • thesis defense
Friday, December 3| 8:30am

Meryem Rhouzlane

New macroeconomic models of Abenomics in Japan
  • AMSE lecture
Monday, December 6| 11:30am to 1:15pm

Olivier Deschenes

University of California, Santa Barbara
The health impacts of climate change: Benefits and costs of adaptation