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Corinne Autant-Bernard Professeure des Universités (U. St-Etienne)

I am a Professor of Economics, and I am the Director of Saint-Etienne School of Economics.

My research interests lie in the fields of:

Economics of innovation and knowledge diffusion

Spatial econometrics and network analysis

Public policy evaluation

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Corinne Autant-Bernard
Antoinette Baujard Professeure des Universités (U. St-Etienne)

I am a Professor of Economics.

My research is based on reflexive studies on how economics deals with normative issues. It is meant to convey pragmatic knowledge regarding the properties of instruments of public decision, such as methods of evaluation of public policies, voting procedures, deliberative processes. Mainly, my papers are contributions to:

* Voting experiments and Social choice theory

* Philosophy and methodology of normative issues

* History of welfare economics and theories of justice

Links to the open access version of every paper are available on my CV pdf file.

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Antoinette Baujard
Federica Ceron Maître de Conférences (U. St-Etienne)

I am an associate professor of Economics at Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne, affiliated to the GATE Lyon-Saint-Etienne. I obtained my PHD in 2019 from Paris School of Economics - Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and subsequently held a post-doctoral position in Philosophy of economics at Université Paris-Est Créteil (2019-2020). I serve as junior associate editor of the Journal of Mathematical Economics. My research focuses in axiomatic decision theory under uncertainty and social choice theory.

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Federica Ceron
Cyril Chambefort Doctorant (U. St-Etienne)

Cyril Chambefort is a researcher in economics and PhD student, currently pursuing a CIFRE PhD within the startup Shine, a fintech specialized in banking services for businesses. The thesis is being conducted at the GATE-LSE laboratory (Groupe d’Analyse et de Théorie Economique - UMR5824) within the University Jean Monnet (Saint-Etienne). The research topic focuses on the profitability of fintechs and other financial technology startups.

The objective is to investigate the various business models adopted by these emerging players in order to comprehend the structure of this ecosystem and its integration into the monetary and financial system. This includes examining competition between fintechs and traditional banks, and the potential horizontal integration between fintechs and traditional actors.

His research employs models of imperfect competition and leverages company data to conduct econometric studies, shedding light on the dynamics of the financial sector and the performance of these new players.

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Cyril Chambefort
Florence Goffette-Nagot Directrice de Recherche / Research Professor (CNRS)

Research interests:

- Urban economics, land rents, urban sprawl, residential segregation
- Housing economics, housing markets, public housing, housing policies
- Labor economics, local labor markets, spatial mismatch, neighborhood effects

Co-organizer of the Public Policies, Cities, and Regions workshop (webpage) (PPCR 2023)

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Florence Goffette-Nagot
Ignacio Hauser Doctorant (Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne)

Ignacio Hauser is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne & the Université de Lyon, and a member of the GATE Lyon-St-Etienne since October 2021.

His research focuses on the measurement of economic inequality, addressing it from a diversity of approaches that include applied economics, philosophy and methodology of economics, and the history of economic thought.

Before starting his Ph.D., Ignacio completed both an M.Res. and an M.A. in Economics and Social Sciences at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France), a one-year fellowship for the ‘Amartya Sen Program’ granted by the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), and a B.A. (five-year diploma) in Economics at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina).

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Ignacio Hauser
Jean-Yves Lesueur Professeur des Universités (U. Lyon 2)

Trajectoire professionnelle

  • De 1987 à 1988: Maître de Conférences à l'Université de Corte, laboratoire GRIFE (Aix Marseille III)

  • De 1988 à 1998: Professeur à l'Université d'Auvergne (concours d'agrégation externe 1987), laboratoire CERDI UMR 6587 CNRS

  • Depuis 1998: Professeur à l'Université Lumière Lyon 2 (mutation), Groupe d’Analyse et de Théorie Economique (GATE) UMR 5824 CNRS

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Jean-Yves Lesueur
Stéphane Riou Professeur des Universités (U. St-Etienne)

Vice-président du Conseil d'Administration de l'Université Jean Monnet, en charge des moyens et de la stratégie académique


Professeur à l'École d'Économie de Saint-Etienne, Université Jean Monnet


Spécialités: économie géographique, économie urbaine, économie publique

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Stéphane Riou