Emmanuelle Auriol

Member of the Cercle des économistes


After a PhD at the University of Toulouse I and postdoctoral studies at the University of Berkeley in California, Emmanuelle Auriol was appointed professor at the University of Aix-Marseille II, after a brief detour to Toulouse. She then joined the Toulouse School of Economics where she has been working ever since.

His research spans a variety of fields, including public economics, industrial economics, and development economics, looking at market imperfections, cognitive biases, and discrimination. His work, which integrates theoretical and empirical approaches, combines concepts from neoclassical economics and behavioral economics.

Emmanuelle Auriol has been awarded numerous awards. She is notably a CNRS bronze medal and a member of the Institut Universitaire de France. She has also contributed to renowned journals and participated in research projects with institutions such as the French Development Agency and the World Bank.

As a member of the Cercle des Économistes, Emmanuelle Auriol does not limit herself to academic research, but also strives to make economics accessible to the general public by participating in conferences, television and radio programs, as well as writing articles. She is the author of two distinguished books, “To End the Mafias – Sex, Drugs and Illegal Immigrants: What if We Legalized?” and “Regulating Public Services: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice”.

Area of Expertise

  • Industrial Organization
  • Regulation
  • Development Economics