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GEM brings together a broad spectrum of applied economists and sector/business experts to produce timely research on policy issues. A core staff works closely with visiting scholars to ensure the overall development of GEM's programme.

Patrick Messerlin

Director of the Groupe d'Economie Mondiale, Professor of Economics, CV in English, CV en français.

Chairman of the Global Agenda Council on Trade

Research topics: European trade policy, services trade liberalisation, and regulatory impact analysis.

2010 - 2011 Academic activities:

  • "Economics of European Integration", PSIA
  • "WTO seminar", PSIA

 

Fabien Bertho

Research fellow – Doctor in Economics - CV en français, CV in English.

Research topics: Trade in Services and Deep Integration, Regional Integration in MENA Region, Maritime Transport.

PhD dissertation: “The Impact of Liner Shipping Trade and Competition Regulations on The Market Structure, Maritime Transport Costs and Seaborne Trade Flows”

Collaborations:
• FEMISE, Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economics Research Institutes
• AFD, French Development Agency

2009-2010 Academic activities:

• “International Trade”, Master of International Affairs (Sciences Po)

 

Pierre Boulanger

Research fellow at the European Commission – JRC/IPTS/Agritrade Action – Doctor in Economics.
Link - CV in English.

Research topics: Agricultural and Rural Development Policy; European Trade Policy and Multilateral Regulation.

PhD dissertation: "From a Broad to a Targeted CAP: Designing Sustainable Institutions and Policies for European Agriculture, Food and Rural Development"

Former activities:

Academic Program Manager of the Sciences Po Master in European Affairs

Research Programme:
CAP+

 

Max Büge

Research fellow at the OECD – Doctor in Economics - CV in English.

Research topics:
Trade Economics, International Political Economy, Institutional Theory, Applied Econometrics, Theory of Science

PhD dissertation:
"Three Essays on Institutions and International Economic Relations"

Collaborations:
• Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Freie Universität Berlin
• German National Academic Foundation
• Princeton University
• Harvard University

 

Claire Delpeuch

Research fellow at the OECD– Doctor in Economics - CV in English.

Research topics: Trade and Development, Agriculture and Rural Development Economics, Regional Integration

PhD dissertation: "Market Organisation & Performance in sub-Saharan African Agriculture. Three Essays on the Cotton Sector"

2010-2011 Academic activities:
• History of Globalization’ (tutorial for Professor Kevin O’Rourke’s course, Paris School of International Affairs, fall 10/11)

Further activities:
Starting in July 2011: Joined the OECD as Agricultural Economist in the Directorate for Trade & Agriculture, Development Division.
Starting in January 2011: Joint research on the political economy of African cotton policies with Professor Colin Poulton, School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow of the Future Agricultures Consortium

 

Marie-Agnès Jouanjean

Research fellow – Doctor in Economics - CV in English.

Research topics: Trade and Development, Agriculture and Rural Development Economics and Policy, Poverty Dynamics

PhD dissertation: “Market Access & Food Standards - Insights from the Implementation of US Sanitary and Phytosanitary Regulation”

Academic activities:
• “International Trade”, Master of International Affairs (Sciences Po) 2009-2010

Collaboration:
• LICOS, Center for Institutions and Economic Performance, KUL Leuven

 

Alexandre Le Vernoy

Research fellow - Doctor in Economics (2010) - CV in English.

Research topics: Trade, environment and natural resources, Economic geography

PhD dissertation: “The water content of international trade”

Collaboration:
• Nestlé Waters (CIFRE)

Academic activities:
• "Water Economics", Research Master in International Economic Relations (Sciences Po)
• “International Trade”, Master of International Affairs (Sciences Po)

 

Thomas Orliac

Research fellow - Doctor in Economics- CV in English, en français. Website.

Research topics: Trade facilitation, Trade costs, Trade Heterogeneity, Aids for trade efficiency, Ports efficiency

PhD dissertation: “The Economics of Trade Facilitation”.

Collaboration:
• OECD, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris

 

Erik van der Marel

Research Fellow at GEM - Fellow in International Political Economy, London School of Economics (LSE) –
Doctor in Economics - CV in English.

Research topics: Trade in services, comparative advantage in services, GATS and international political economy of trade

PhD dissertation: "On Productivity, Trade and Regulation in Services"

Collaboration: LSE and ECIPE

2011-2012 Academic activities:
- The Political Economy of International Trade / Trade Policy (IR450 & IR457), Lectures and seminars, Master of International Political Economy, Department of International Relations, 2011/ 2012, LSE
Economics and Globalization, Tutorial for Prof. Gianmarco Ottaviano's conference course, Master of International Economic Policy, Paris School of International Affairs, Spring 2011, Sciences-Po
History of Globalization, Tutorial for Prof. Kevin O'Rourke's conference course, Master of International Economic Policy, Paris School of International Affairs, Fall 2010, Sciences-Po

 

Jinghui Wang

Research fellow – Ph.D student - CV in English

Research topics: Trade economics; China's trade development; China’s economic policy; EU-China trade and economic relations

Ph.D. dissertation: "Back to Basics: China's Trade Development and Its theory Proofs"

2007-2009 academic activities:
Dean of Studies, Europe-Asia Undergraduate programme of Sciences Po Paris

   
   

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