Doctorants sur le marché

CES Job Market PhD Candidates*

Le CES présente aux institutions intéressées un aperçu de ses doctorats et postdoctorants en recherche d’emploi.
Les candidats sont soutenus dans le processus de placement par leurs superviseurs principaux de thèse.



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Primary Field: Migration

Secondary Fields: Development

Supervisor(s): Mathilde Maurel, Martin Gassebner

References: Mathilde Maurel (CNRS / PSE), Martin Gassebner (Leibniz U. of Hannover), Krisztina Kis-Katos (U. of Göttingen), Cecilia Poggi (AFD – Agence Française de Développement)

Candidate Profile: PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Leibniz University of Hannover. I am also affiliated with Sciences Po, Paris, as a teaching and research fellow. My research area focuses on international migration and development, with links to climate change, labour market and international flows. I also have professional experience at the OECD Development Centre and the French Development Agency (AFD). I hold a Master’s degree in Development Economics from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from LUISS University.




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Primary Field: International Economics

Secondary Fields: Environmental Economics, Economic Development, Macroeconomics, and Labour Economics

Supervisor(s): Marc Arthur Diaye and Leila Baghdadi

References: Marc Arthur Diaye (Paris 1), Leila Baghdadi (ESSECT / World Trade Organization Chair, U. of Tunis)

Candidate Profile: Insaf Guedidi is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economic Sciences at the Higher School of Economic and Commercial Sciences of Tunis (ESSECT), under a joint supervision arrangement with University Paris 1, Pantheon Sorbonne. She is a World Trade Organization (WTO) Chair Junior Fellow at the University of Tunis. She obtained a BBA in Business Analytics and Finance from Tunis Business School (TBS). She holds a M.Sc. degree in Economic and Business Intelligence from the Higher Institute of Management of Tunis (ISGT). She had two enriching research stays at the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) and Sorbonne Economics Center (CES), University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. During this period, she took part in seminars and workshops to present her studies.




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Primary Field: Cooperative Game Theory

Secondary Fields: Discrete Mathematics

Supervisor(s): Michel Grabisch and Peter Sudhölter

References: Michel Grabisch (Paris 1 / PSE), Peter Sudhölter (U. of Southern Denmark), Agnieszka Rusinowska (CNRS / Paris 1)

Candidate Profile: PhD candidate in cooperative game theory, interested in the interactions between discrete mathematics, functional analysis, and theoretical microeconomics, especially the emergence of cooperative behaviour.



Van Quy NGUYEN   

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Primary Field: General Equilibrium, Decision Theory

Secondary Fields: Network Theory, Game Theory, Social Choice Theory

Supervisor(s): Jean-Marc Bonnisseau and Elena del Mercato

References: Jean-Marc Bonnisseau (Paris 1 / PSE), Elena del Mercato (Paris 1 / PSE)

Candidate Profile: I finished the master’s program Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics with a 4.0 GPA. During the three years of my Ph.D., I had one publication in the Journal of Mathematical Economics and one submission/under revision in the Journal of Economic Theory. I have experience as doing teaching assistant for many courses: Optimization, Multivariable Calculus, Microeconomic, and Microeconomic of Insurance.




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Primary Field: Development Economics

Secondary Fields: Health Economics, Public Economics, Behavioral Economics

Supervisor(s): Josselin Thuilliez (CNRS / Paris 1)

References: Kate Orkin (Blavatnik School of Government, U. of Oxford), Anett John (U. of Birmingham / CREST / ENSAE Paris), Arthur Minsat (Head of the OECD Development Centre’s Unit for Africa, Europe and Middle East)

Candidate Profile: Clémence’s research interests lie in the interaction of health economics, public economics and behavioral economics. She focuses on the determinants of investment in preventive health behaviors such as screening, treatment adherence or nutritional behavior. Her research combines household surveys and original datasources to assess the impact of foreign aid on HIV screening in Malawi ; to understand the non-adherence to HIV preventive treatment among female sex workers in Côte d’Ivoire or the impact of a sugar-sweetened beverage tax on children health in Mexico.




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Primary Field: Development Economics

Secondary Fields: Education, Labor Market

Supervisor(s): Josselin Thuilliez

References:  Josselin Thuilliez (CNRS / Paris 1), Rémi Bazillier (Paris 1), Javier Herrera (IRD), Gustavo Yamada (U. Pacífico / IZA), Marta Menéndez (Dauphine)

Candidate Profile: José María Rentería holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. His job market paper has been published in the Journal of Development Studies. Previously, he was intern at IRD in Paris and worked in Peru at the Ministry of Education, and the National Bureau of Statistics, among others. His topics of interest include education, inequalities, and the labor market.


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