Opening Economics Chair

Hermès and Paris School of Economics have created the “Opening Economics” Research Chair.
Led by Jean-Olivier Hairault and Jean-Marc Tallon, respectively Director and Head of Research at PSE, this chair has the ambitious objective of opening up economics to and through other disciplines.

This chair funds two research programmes led by members of the “Behavior” research group.

Economics – Philosophy (Marc Fleurbaey and Jean-François Laslier).

An integrated approach of economic decisions (Nicolas Jacquemet and Jean-Marc Tallon)

The Hospinnomics Chair

The Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have created mid-2014 hospinnomics. This research chair aims at getting together economists for them to have an impact on decision-making, and aims at developing evaluation and experimental methods to maximize the available resources in the service of patients.

Behavioural approaches to strategic and social interactions

This collaborative project aims at developing behavioral approaches to strategic decisions. Its research combine traditional theoretical analysis and experimental economics with tools provided by psychology. On the institutional side, this project aims to foster collaborations between the newly created behavior research group at PjSE and the experimental economics group at CES.

Normative Economics: Ethics, social norms, individual behavior and collective choice

The objective of this collaborative project is to investigate normative economics through better accounting for the salient determinants of individual behaviours and choices, and through analysing how social norms can and should be incorporated into social decisions. This resolutely interdisciplinary project is situated at the interface between economics, behavioural sciences, political science and philosophy, and seeks to develop interactions between these disciplines.