Research

The study of a world in crisis is divided into three areas: economic crises and the new foundations of the macroeconomy after the 2008 crisis, global transformations (development, democratic transitions, migrations, growth) and public action to address environmental and health crises. 4 methodological fields of excellence are mobilized for this purpose: Quantitative macroeconomics and macrodynamics; Network theory; Econometrics of time series, panel data; Big data.
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Assessing health systems’ capacity to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic: preliminary evidence from MENA countries

Mohammad Abu-Zaineh and Sameera Awawda share their views and research findings on the economics of epidemics, testing, health.
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“Test, test, test”, but according to the dynamics of the pandemic

Stéphane Luchini, Patrick Pintus and Miriam Teschl share their views and research findings on the economics of epidemics, testing, health.
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Economics of epidemics : old topic, new questions

Raouf Boucekkine, researcher in economics at AMSE, offers a perspective on the economics of epidemics and on some of the new challenges this discipline must now confront to help address the Covid crisis.
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Nicolas Berman, CNRS bronze medal

Nicolas Berman, AMSE faculty, received the 2020 CNRS bronze medal.
Congratulations to Nicolas!
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Truth-telling under Oath

Nicolas Jacquemet, Stéphane Luchini, Julie Rosaz and Jason F. Shogren, Management Science, 2019, 65(1): 426-438.