TSE’s scientific communication aims at structuring the economic debate, improving the design of the economic policy and facilitating the exchange between policy makers, managers and researchers.
One of the Foundation’s objectives is to create value with TSE’s scientific work transferring economic knowledge to firms and public administration and providing counsel to decision-makers. Building on frontier theoretical work, researchers at the Toulouse School of Economics have developed models for analyzing, interpreting and understanding industrial structures and the behavior of firms, customers, suppliers and markets. They have also developed customized methodologies designed to assist companies’ decision-making based on their own specific data.
TSE, through its strong ties with private decision-makers in the industrial and financial sectors and with public decision-makers, allows this state-of-the-art academic research to become the state-of-the-art practice in the policy realm.
To promote research, the foundation has developed different communication instruments: Conferences, policy TSE notes, Op-eds, Interviews, TV/TSE.
A new general-public collection of mini-books on different public-debate subjects has been recently published.
The foundation organizes public-debate conferences. As an example, the conference on Financial crisis took place at the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment on December 2008 and was the opportunity to comment the 2 first TSE Notes.