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  • Chargé de partenariats et des coopérations internationales

    Le laboratoire EconomiX, Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR CNRS 7235) en économie localisée sur le campus de l’Université Paris Nanterre, recrute un chargé de partenariats et des coopérations internationales.
    Auprès de la direction du laboratoire, le chargé de partenariats et des coopérations internationales assure la valorisation et l’appui aux activités de recherche ... [En savoir plus]

Séminaires

  • Séminaire "Doctorants"
    Ange Joseph Yapi (EconomiX)
    New consideration around UIP

    Discutant senior : Gilles de Truchis
    Discutant junior : Florian Morvillier

  • Groupe de travail "Economie Comportementale"
    Béatrice Boulu-Reshef (CES, Université Paris 1)
    Signaling Trustworthiness with Impact Investments: An Experimental Study

    Béatrice Boulu-Reshef, Graciela Kuechle, Luise Rohland

    Entrepreneurs may differentiate their ventures and attract investments by advertising that their firm produces positive externalities for society. Such signaling of entrepreneurs’ trustworthiness may be a prevalent practice in these investment opportunities which are casually referred to as “impact investment’’ by practitioners. This paper investigates this possible signaling by studying the interplay of altruistic, fiscal, and reputational motives that characterizes these investments in a laboratory experiment. In the experiment, the investor may transfer money to the entrepreneur, who may then invest some, all or none of this money onto a conventional investment opportunity or an impact investment opportunity involving a spillover, and then decide whether or not to transfer some of the funds back. Entrepreneurs choose a type of investment and their choice is visible to the investors. The results are that the choice alone of an impact project does not increase investors’ transfers to impact investments but a higher spillover does as long as the tax from possible gains is not too high. Pro-social entrepreneurs do not announce higher rates of spillovers. In the presence of tax, entrepreneurs internalize that a too high spillover could scare away investors. The experiment shows that the presence of impact investments helps investors coordinate onto different investment types. It identifies the mechanisms behind investors believing that socially-oriented entrepreneurs will be more trustworthy. Specifically, as investors’ transfers react to the effective societal impact and not to the mere project type, making that quantitative information visible allows investors to differentiate between investment opportunities.

  • Séminaire "LIEN : Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre"
    F. Schuett (TILEC, Tilburg)
    Screening for Patent Quality

    co-écrit avec Mark Schankerman

    [Papier]

  • Séminaire "Histoire de la Pensée Economique et Philosophie Economique"
    Carlo Benetti, Alain Béraud et Antoine Rebeyrol
    L’équilibre de Marx-Engels. Première partie : le rôle des valeurs d’usage
  • Séminaire "Lunch"
    Frédéric Docquier - Université Catholique de Louvain - professeur invité EconomiX
    Climate change, Inequality and Migration

    Co-écrit avec Michel Burzynski, Christoph Deuster et Jim de Melo.

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Documents de travail

Disponible aussi dans les archives RePEc
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5 derniers documents de travail publiés dans REPEC

2018-40 "Dollar canadien et prix du pétrole : quelle causalité ?"
Capucine Nobletz
2018-39 "Stocks and Bonds: Flight-to-Safety for Ever?"
Sessi Tokpavi, Christophe Boucher
2018-38 "Do global value chains amplify global imbalances?"
Antonia Lopez Villavicencio, Valérie Mignon
2018-37 "Compétences externes et innovation: le cas des firmes de l'industrie manufacturière algérienne"
Messaoud Zouikri, Mounir Amdaoud
2018-36 "The fiscal impact of 30 years of immigration in France: an accounting approach"
Ndeye Penda Sokhna, Lionel Ragot, Xavier Chojnicki

Revues

Selon la classification du CNRS de juin 2018 (v. 5.03).
Site de la section 37 du Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique

3 dernières publications dans des revues de rang 1 et rang 2

Hache Emmanuel, Palle Angélique, (2019), « Renewable energy source integration into power networks, research trends and policy implications: A bibliometric and research actors survey analysis », Energy Policy, vol.124, pp.23-35.
Coulibaly Dramane, Kempf Hubert, (2019), « Inflation targeting and the forward bias puzzle in emerging countries », Journal of International Money and Finance, (A paraître).
Jawadi Fredj, (2019), « Understanding Oil Price Dynamics and their Effects over Recent Decades: An Interview with James Hamilton », Energy Journal, (A paraître).

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