Head : Carine Nourry
Globalization of economic activity has been, paradoxically, a source both of growth and of instability. The department mainly explores issues of macroeconomic dynamics and public policy, seeking for answers to major questions such as the causes of economic volatility, its impacts on economic growth and individuals’ welfare and how to choose appropriate economic policies. We also study the location of activities in a globalized world, the relationships between globalization and inequalities, the labor market and institutions.
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