30 economists and one conviction : the need for an open debate

Pierre-Yves GEOFFARD

Present positions

  • Professor, Paris School of Economics
  • CNRS Senior Research Fellow
  • Professor, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
  • Research Fellow (CEPR)
  • Libération, «Economiques », Editorial member
  • CNIS (National Committee for Statistical Information), President, “Public Service and Service to the Public”
  • Scientific council of IRDES, member.
  • French National AIDS Council, member.
  • Member de l’Institut National des Données de Santé

Past Positions

  • (PSE) Paris School of Economics, Deputy Director, Deputy Director of PJSE, UMR CNRS-ENS-EHESS-ENPC,
  • Deputy Director of DELTA
  • Member in 2017 du Conseil National du Numérique
  • Associate editor, Health Economics
  • Group of experts, Institut des Données de Santé: member (2008-2010).
  • CEPREMAP: co-director of the programme «Public Economics and redistribution» (2005-08).
  • University of Lausanne, Institut d’économie et de management de la santé. Invited professor (1998–2008), graduate courses in microeconomics, public economics, health economics.
  • Ecole Polytechnique, Associate Professor (2000–2006): undergraduate classes in macro and microeconomics.
  • National Council for Evaluation – Conseil National de l’Evaluation, Member, 2001-2003.
  • Caisse des dépôts & consignations, Paris (Equity Derivation Division), Research director, Mathematical modeling on equity derivatives, technical support to sales, (1993-94).
  • University of Chicago (Départment of Economics), Visiting Scholar, “Research on the economic aspects of the control of epidemics”, (1992-93).
  • University of Stanford (Graduate School of Business), Visiting Scholar, “Research on dynamic general equilibrium theory”, (1991-92).

Education

  • PHD in applied mathematics, 1991.”Recursive utility, sunspot equilibria: two intertemporal economic models”.
  • DEA (Master’s Degree) in Economics, 1988, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.
  • DEA (Master’s Degree) in Applied Mathematics, 1987, University Paris-IX-Dauphine.
  • Ecole normale supérieure, 1985-89.

Publications in peer-reviewed academic journals

 

Research interests

  • Public economics, economics of information and uncertainty, microeconomic foundations of public health policies.