One of the leading centers for research in economics, whose overall rank according to biometric studies (publications, citations) usually puts it in the top-3 league in Europe, field wise ranked number 1 in the world in the economics of incentives and number 1 in Europe in industrial organization, in environmental economics, in business economics, and in public economics; as well as leading top-level groups in finance and macroeconomics.
With a twenty-year tradition of policy relevant work, TSE is a leader in the transfer of modern economic tools to public and private decision makers. TSE researchers have shaped the debate on numerous key strategic issues for companies, helping them to formulate their business models, providing both firms and regulators with a better understanding of competition policy, and suggesting innovative policy response on current key topics, such as climate change or the financial crisis.
The foundation supports research through several initiatives. It offers Senior and Junior Chairs to attract renowned and promising researchers. It also encourages publications in the best international scientific journals and strengthen the doctoral programme (international scholarships). A program of seed-funding in order to finance promising research projects and a merit-based publication prizes and outstanding vitae awards program have been implemented.
TSE is involved a high number of EU-funded research initiatives and projects, via FP7 and the ERC.Clic ...
Jean Tirole and Bengt Holmström (MIT) has been awarded the third Ross prize for their article "Public ...
The French Museum of Science and Industry in Paris is holding a new exhibition from March 2013 to January ...
The Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize was awarded June 6, 2013 to Professor Eric Maskin (Nobel Prize in Economics ...
The French Ministery of Research and Higher Education Genevieve Fioraso appointed a new commission for ...
Patrikc REY, TSE Researcher and Professor of Economics received European Research Council funding ...