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Patrick MESSERLIN

Professeur des universités à Sciences Po
Directeur du Groupe d’Economie Mondiale à Sciences Po (GEM)

Thèmes de recherche

  • Organisation Mondiale du Commerce (OMC), politiques commerciales européennes.
  • Evaluation des décisions politiques publiques, Marché Unique européen.
  • Objectifs du Millénaire, développement.

Enseignements (2008- 2011)

  • Economics of European Integration, PSIA
  • Politique commerciale, Master recherche (Economie des relations internationales).
  • Atelier économique, Master recherche (Economie des relations internationales).
  • Séminaire OMC, Master recherche (Economie des relations internationales).
  • Economie internationale, Master affaires internationales (Politiques économiques internationales)

Cursus académique

  • Professeur invité à Keio University, Septembre 1996, Septembre 1998, Octobre/Novembre 2011.
  • Gastprofessur, Raymond Barre-Stiftung, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Frankfurt Am Main, 2006.
  • Professeur, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris, depuis 1990.
  • Visiting Professor, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, Summer 1984.
  • Professeur des universités, 1981.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Houston, Texas, USA, Winter 1977.

Autres activités

  • Membre, Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum, 2009-2010. Chair, 2010-2011. Deputy-Chair, 2011-2012.
  • Chairman, European Center for International Economic Policy, Brussels (2006-..).
  • Coordinateur, avec Ernesto Zedillo (ancien Président du Mexique, directeur du Yale Center for the Study of Globalization) de la Task Force sur Trade for Development dans le cadre des Objectifs des Nations Unies pour le Millénaire (2003-2005).
  • Conseiller spécial de Mike Moore, Directeur Général de l’OMC (2001-2003).
  • Trade adviser, Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe (2001-2006).
  • Senior Economiste, Banque Mondiale (1986-1990).
  • Membre de l'International Advisory Board, Acta Oeconomica Review, Budapest.

Activités éditoriales

  • Membre des comités de publication des journaux et éditeurs suivants :
    - The Journal of International Economic Law, (editor: John Jackson, Georgetown University) depuis 2000.
    - Acta Oeconomica, Budapest (editor: Adam Torok) depuis 2000.
    - The World Economy (editors : David Greenaway, University of Nottingham et John Whalley, University of Warwick) 1991-1999.
    - The European Journal of Political Economy (editors : A. Hillman, S. Nitzan et H. Ursprung), North Holland Publishing Company, 1994-1998.
    - Studies in International Trade Policy," University of Michigan Press, 1990-1996.
  • Referee for American Economic Review, European, Economic Review, Journal of International Economic Law, Economies in Transition, The World Economy, Weltwirschaftliches Archiv, etc.
Publications récentes
  • Korean Hallyu in trade policy. German Marshall Fund of the United States. 2012.
  • An EU development-friendly trade policy under a "Comatose Doha", European Parliament, Directorate-General for External Policies, Policy Department. 2012.
  • Le Trans-Pacific Partnership et la politique européenne en Asie de l'Est (Chine exclue). Direction Générale de la Mondialisation, Ministère des Affaires étrangères, Paris. 2012.
  • The European Community commercial policy, in M. Kreinin and M. Plummer, Handbook of International Commercial Policy, Oxford University Press. 2012.
  • Climate, trade and water: a "Grand Coalition"? The World Economy, Vol.34:11. pp.1883-1910. 2012
  • Leading with Services: The Dynamics of Transatlantic Negotiations in Services. (with E. van der Marel) German Marshall Fund of the United States. 2012.
  • Preferential Trade Agreements and the World Trading System, (collective paper of the Global Agenda Council on Trade the year I was the Council Chair) World Economic Forum, Geneva. 2011.
  • Climate change and trade policy: From mutual destruction to mutual support, The World Trade Review. Vol.11:1. pp.53-80. 2011
  • "Polly wants a Doha deal: what does the trade community think?" (with E. van der Marel), The World Trade Review. Vol.10:4. pp.551-554. 2011
  • The world trade regime, the WTO and large scale economic crises. In S. Evenett, M. Mikic and R. Ratnayake, Trade led growth: A sound strategy for Asia. United Nations ESCAP and IDRC, New York.
  • The EU-Georgia negotiations on a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. GEM and CEPS working paper. (with M. Emerson, G. Jandieri and A. Le Vernoy), 2011.
  • .Aid for Trade: A Meta-evaluation. OECD Working Paper (with C. Delpeuch, M.-A. Jouanjean, A. Le Vernoy, and T. Orliac)(To be published by the OECD), 2010
  • Water and the WTO: Don’t kill the messenger, (with A. Le Vernoy), 18 November 2010. Presented at the Workshop on “Accounting for water scarcity and pollution in the rules of international trade”, Amsterdam 25-26 november 2010.
  • The Doha Round, Forthcoming in A. Lukauskas, R. M. Stern, and G. Zanini (eds.), Handbook of Trade Policy for Development, Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • A note on International Trade, Korea-Canada-France G20 Seminar, 26 September 2010.
  • New challenging issues for world trade and the world economy: Strategies for the EC-Turkey Custom Union. May. (To be published), 2010.
  • Climate change and trade policy: From mutual destruction to mutual support, April. Available in the World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series (WPS 5378).
  • Globalisation and deglobalisation, A few remarks on two issues, March. Note for the European Round Table.
  • The European Community commercial policy, February. Forthcoming in M. Kreinin and M. Plummer, Handbook of International Commercial Policy, Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • 2020 European Agriculture: Challenges and Policies (editor with P. Boulanger). German Marshall Fund and GEM, 2010.
  • A significant slippage in protectionism? Not yet. In S. Evenett, B. Hoekman and O. Cattaneo (editors). “Effective crisis response and openness: Implications for the trading system.” World Bank and CEPR. Washington and London, 2009.
  • The world trade regime, the WTO and large scale economic crises. Paper to be presented at the Asia Pacific Trade Economists’ Conference, November 2, Bangkok, United Nations ESCAP and IDRC, 2009.
  • Leading with Services: The Dynamics of Transatlantic Negotiations in Services (with E. van der Marel), July. Available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr, 2009.
  • Too early to cry wolf, in The fateful allure of protectionism: taking stock for the G8, Edited by S. Evenett, B. Hoekman and O. Cattaneo. World Bank and CEPR, 2009.
  • Walking a Tightrope: World Trade in Manufacturing and the Benefits of Binding, German Marshall Fund of the United States, available on://gem.sciences-po.fr , 2008.
  • La Loi sur la modernisation de l’économie et la distribution: Faut-il tout essayer avant de faire ce qu’il faut ? May. available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr, 2008.
  • Redesigning the European Union’s trade policy strategy towards China (with J. Wang) , Published in **, Oxford University, available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr, 2008
  • Why is it so difficult? Trade liberalization under the Doha Agenda. Martin, W. and P. Messerlin, 2007. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 23(3), pp. 347-366, 2007.
  • Assessing the EC Trade Policy in Goods, Jan Tumlir Policy Essays, ECIPE, April 2007, available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr
  • The Doha Negotiations on Trade in Goods: At a Crossroads, German Marshall Fund of the United States, available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr, 2007.
  • How Much Further Can the WTO Go? Developed Countries Issues, CEPR and Kiel Institute, available on GEM website://gem.sciences-po.fr, 2007.
  • Reflections on the Trade Reforms and Policy Implications, in "Coping with Trade Reforms: A Developing country perspective on the WTO Industrial Tariff Negotiations", by Sam Laird and Santiago Fernando de Cordoba, pp. 218-226, UNCTAD, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
  • Europe after the “No” Votes, Institute for Economic Affairs, 2006.
  • Trade for Development, (with Ernesto Zedillo et Julia Nielson) Task Force of the Millennium Project, United Nations, 2005.
  • Preparing Negotiations in Services: EC Audiovisuals in the Doha Round (with Emmanuel Cocq and Stephen Siwek), AEI Studies in Services Negotiations, 2004.
  • Harnessing Trade for Development and Growth in the Middle East, (with Bernard Hoekman) Council on Foreign Relations, 2002.
  • Measuring the Costs of Protection in Europe : European Commercial Policy in the 2000s, Institute for International Economics, 2001.

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