Joint research unit 7235

Catherine Kyrtsou

Research focus : Macroéconomie Internationale, Banque et Econométrie Financière

Themes: Macroéconomie et finance
systèmes complexes
econométrie non-linéaire
marchés de l'énergie

Catherine Kyrtsou is Professor of MacroFinance at the University of Macedonia, Department of Economics, in Greece and Deputy Director of CAC at the ΙΧΧΙ Institut Rhône-Alpin des Systèmes Complexes in Lyon. She is visiting Professor at the Hellenic Open University, the International Hellenic University and the University of Montpellier I, Associate Researcher at the University of Strasbourg and University of Paris 10, Associate Member of the Institut des Systèmes Complexes de Paris, Ile-de-France, Member of the Euro Area Business Cycle Network, the Society for Economic Measurement and the Cliometric Society. Former Scientific Expert in asset management at the University of Luxembourg, she has recently joined the Complex Systems and Applications group (COSA) of the National Centre of Scientific Sciences “Demokritos” in Athens. She holds degrees from the University of Macedonia (B.A in Economics in 1995), and the University of Montpellier I (DEA in 1997 and Doctorat in Economics in 2002). In addition, she acts as expert evaluator for the US National Science Foundation and the European Commission, serves as book reviewer for the Routledge Economics list, while she is involved in co-funded European Union projects.

Professor Kyrtsou was named on the list of 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century, and included in the Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (2008, 2011-2012), Who’s Who in the World (2008, 2009), Who’s Who of the Complex Systems Society (2010-2016). She is granted the “Excellence in Peer Review” award from the journal Chaos, Solitons and Fractals. She is member of the Editorial Board of Annals of Financial Economics and Journal of Behavioural and Experimental FinanceAssociate Editor of Brussels Economic ReviewEuropean Journal of FinanceInternational Review of Financial Analysis and Journal of Economic Asymmetries as well as Guest Associate Editor of the International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos.

AGENDA

Tuesday 31 January 2023

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

Nathalie Heinich (EHESS)

ANNULÉ ET REPORTÉ À UNE DATE ULTÉRIEURE

Valeur et mesure: aux limites de l’approche économique

Tuesday 31 January 2023

Valeur et mesure: aux limites de l’approche économique

Nathalie Heinich (EHESS)

ANNULÉ ET REPORTÉ À UNE DATE ULTÉRIEURE

Valeur et mesure: aux limites de l’approche économique

Tuesday 31 January 2023

Series of Webinars on Economics of Environment, Energy and Transport (SWEEET)

Aurelien Saussay(OFCE, Sciences Po, Paris), Misato Sato, (London School of Economics and Political Science) Francesco Vona (University of Milan) Layla O’Kane(Lightcast)

En visio

Who’s fit for the low-carbon transition? Emerging skills and wage gaps in job ad data

Tuesday 31 January 2023

Who’s fit for the low-carbon transition? Emerging skills and wage gaps in job ad data

Aurelien Saussay(OFCE, Sciences Po, Paris), Misato Sato, (London School of Economics and Political Science) Francesco Vona (University of Milan) Layla O’Kane(Lightcast)

En visio

Who’s fit for the low-carbon transition? Emerging skills and wage gaps in job ad data

Thursday 2 February 2023

Nouveaux doctorants

Nabil Daher, Michaël Guilloussou, Daniela Lima Rente, Maryam Soltani

Nouveaux doctorants

Thursday 2 February 2023

Lunch

Nabil Daher, Michaël Guilloussou, Daniela Lima Rente, Maryam Soltani

Nouveaux doctorants

Thursday 2 February 2023

Groupe de travail Economie Comportementale

Carole Treibich (Laboratoire d'Economie Appliquée de Grenoble GAEL)

Salle 101

Disentangling peer effects in transportation mode choice: the example of active commuting

Thursday 2 February 2023

Disentangling peer effects in transportation mode choice: the example of active commuting

Carole Treibich (Laboratoire d'Economie Appliquée de Grenoble GAEL)

Salle 101

Disentangling peer effects in transportation mode choice: the example of active commuting