Call for applications
The call for applications to the 2-year programme is now open. Click HERE to access the application platform and read carefully the admission page for the 2-year programme. To apply for the 2-year programme, please select “Applicant Master 2 years”.
Deadline is February 28, 2019 (18:00, Paris time).
Please read carefully all the following pages regarding the new EPOG 2.0 Master programme :
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Publications – November 2018
Two publications have been released by the EPOG academic staff :
Abecassis P. and Coutinet N. (2018). Economie du médicament. Repères / Economie n°716,128 p.
Guttmann R. (2018). Eco-Capitalism. Carbon Money, Climate Finance and Sustainable Development. Palgrave Macmillan, 321p.
More information here.
Policy brief – November 2018
The first edition of a series of “Policy Brief” prepared by the EPOG Students and Alumni Association has been released. The series of policy briefs offers an analysis of topical issues and derives recommendations.
In this first edition João Pedro Scalco Macalós, currently PhD candidate at University of Paris 13, discusses the impact of the Fed’s “normalization” of monetary policy on Emerging Market Economies.
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EPOG seminar #171 – Antoine Godin
The benchmark agent-based Stock-flow consistent model and monetary creation
Antoine Godin, Senior Economist at the French Agency for Development (AFD)
Discussants: Stanislas Augier (Option B), Kesia Braga (Option B) and Sophie-Dorothee Rotermund (option B).
On Tuesday, January 15, 10:00-12:30
at Université Paris 7 – Diderot, Building “Sophie Germain” – 8 place Aurélie Nemours, 75013 Paris (entrance at Avenue de France) – Room 1012 – Métro 14: Bibliothèque Françoise Mitterrand.
EPOG seminar #172 – Etienne Espagne
From shallow ecological macroeconomics to a theory of endogenous money for a finite planet
Etienne Espagne, Senior Economist at the French Agency for Development (AFD)
Discussants: Louis Daumas (Option B), Luisa Guerra Lima (Option C) and Martin Dupont (Option C).
On Tuesday, January 15, 14:00-16:30
at Université Paris 7 – Diderot, Building “Olympe de Gouges” – 8 place Paul-Ricoeur, 75013 Paris (at the end of the rue Albert-Einstein) – Room 209 – Métro 14: Bibliothèque Françoise Mitterrand.