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*SCHEDULE UPDATE* Calls for applications, proposals and papers

The Conseil d'Analyse Economique (CAE) is calling for applications for a "chargé d'études"

The CAE is an independent advisory body that reports directly to the French Prime Minister on economic issues. The CAE’s mission is “to inform the governement’s choices on economic affairs through the exchange of viewpoints and its analyses”. The CAE is made up of professional economists who are either academic and recognised for their research or who come from the economic sector of companies.

The CAE is looking to recruit a young economist, who holds at least a Master 2 in Economics, who specialized in econometrics and who demonstrates excellent writing skills. The job ("chargé d'étude") will primarily consist in preparing the CAE's Notes.

For full details, link to job offer (PDF, in French)
DEADLINE: APRIL 30th, 2018
CONTACTS: 

Monsieur Philippe Martin, Président délégué or Madame Hélène Paris, Secrétaire générale.
20 Avenue de Ségur
75007 Paris
Email : philippe.martin@cae-eco.fr; helene.paris@pm.gouv.fr

SciencesPo's Department of Economics is calling for applications for e "A.T.E.R" positions (part-time): 2018-19

PROFILE : interested PhD level candidates should be specialised in econometrics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, financial macroeconomics/market finance.

They will be teaching in either French or English therefore fluency in the English language is required.

Courses are mainly taught at the undergraduate level on one of SciencesPo’s College Universitaire campuses. Courses may also be taught at the Master level.

Candidates must apply via the Galaxie online system (link to GALAXIE)

DEADLINE : APRIL 12th, 2018 - 16:00 (à Paris)

 

 

The Chair “Transitions démographiques, Transitions économiques” (TDTE) is calling for papers for its upcoming international conference “Social Protection and Growth”.

The TDTE of the Fondation du Risque – Institut Louis Bachelier is organizing an international conference in July.

Whether and how social protection and welfare expenses have positive or negativeeffects on growth is still a debate among economists. Three recent trends give new momentum to the issue:
- Ageing economics and its consequences;
- Universal coverage policy as recommended by international agencies;
- Technologies provoking a shift in the labor market and thereby increase productivity and efficiency in healthcare and social services.

The Chair Transitions démographiques, Transitions économiques proposes to tackle this important issue July 9th, in Paris, by organising an international conference and are calling for papers:

Abstracts must be submitted for review by MAY 25th, 2018. They must be drafted in English or French but presentations may be done in researcher’s native language.

Other important dates:
- Notification of review results: June 8th, 2018
- Registration deadline and submission of papers: June 29th, 2018

Papers have to be submitted at the following adress: francois-xavier.albouy@tdte.fr

CONTACT: Sophie Parisel - sophie.parisel@tdte.fr

Link to call for papers (PDF)