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Interventions au séminaire : « Economic Policies in the age of Globalisation » (EPOG)

dimanche 11 septembre 2016, par rigas

Le programme de Master Erasmus Mundus « Economic Policies in the age of Globalisation » (EPOG) - www.epog.eu) donne la parole à des intervenants, parfois illustres, pour former des socio-économistes sur les questions de développement, d’innovation et finances (trois options). David Flacher, coordinateur du programme de Master, m’a invité à intervenir. Ci-dessous la liste des intervenants.

Le Master Erasmus Mundus « Economic Policies in the age of Globalisation » (EPOG) - www.epog.eu) est coordonné par David FLACHER.

On trouvera deux interventions :

- Première intervention (janvier 2015)

- Seconde intervention (décembre 2015) peut-être un peu mieux aboutie. Durant cette séance, le Prof. ZHAO Wei était présent et il est intervenu sur la question des politiques publiques.

EPOG seminar #58 – Rigas Arvanitis : The path from technological learning to innovation in China - YouTube

Les étudiants qui ont commenté mes textes, MARIA MARTHA BRITO et CHRISTOPHER DYANN ont eu la gentillesse de m’envoyer leur propre travail de commentaire. Très intéressant et bien fait.

Flash -

List of the 2014-2016 EPOG seminars

Les videos se trouvent sur le site EPOG (cliquez ici) ou sur le canal EPOG sur Youtube

- 1 - Thomas PIKETTY - Senior researcher, EHESS and PSE - “Capital in the 21st century” -September 11, 2014 (first seminar for the first cohort)
- 2 - Yannick PEREZ - Associate Professor, Université Paris 11 - “The social efficiency of instruments of promotion of renewable energies : A transaction-cost perspective” - September 16, 2014
- 3 - Sebastien LECHEVALLIER - Associate Professor, EHESS - “The great transformation of Japanese capitalism” - September 16, 2014
- 4 - Alexandre LEBKIRI - Lawyer, consultant and Associate Professor, Camus-Lebkiry associates, Université Paris 13 - “3D printing” - September 19, 2014
- 5 - Robert GUTTMANN - Professor, Université Paris 13 - “The Euro at a Crossroads” - September 26, 2014
- 6 - Bruno TINEL - Associate Professor, Université Paris 1 - “Subcontracting relations : between HRM and development strategy” - October 03, 2014
- 7 - Nicolas CURIEN - Emeritus Professor at CNAM, Former Member of the board of ARCEP - “Network neutrality” - October 10, 2014
- 8 - Steve KEEN - Professor, Kingston University - “Debunking Economics” - October 10, 2014
- 9 - Pedro PAEZ - Superintendent for the Control of Market Power of Ecuador, Government of Ecuador - “Regional integration and financial architecture” - October 17, 2014
- 10 - Dominique PLIHON - Emeritus Professor, Université Paris 13 - “Financial regulation in the globalisation” - October 24, 2014
- 11 - Robert GUTTMANN - Professor, Université Paris 13 - “Macro-economic and financial imbalances in the world economy” - October 24, 2014
- 12 - Frédéric BOCCARA - Adminstrator at INSEE and Associate Professor, INSEE and Université Paris 13 - “Multinational firms” - November 07, 2014
- 13 - Luiz Carlos BRESSER PEREIRA - Emeritus Professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil), former Minister for Finance (1987) and Minister of federal administration (1995-98) of Brazil - “Developmental Macroeconomics and the New Developmentalism” - November 14, 2014
- 14 - Laura BARBOSA DE CARVALHO - Assistant Professor, Sao Paulo School of Economics (Department of economics, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) - “Macroeconomics of the personal distribution of income” - November 14, 2014
- 15 - Christophe AGUITON - Researcher, Orange - “How “Nature” changes today the terms of the debate : Green Economy, Right of Nature and the Commons” - November 21, 2014
- 16 - Antoine GODIN - Post-doctoral fellow, Kemmy Business School - “Fully scalable models : the agent based-stock flow consistent approach to macro-modelling” - November 28, 2014
- 17 - Gabriel COLLETIS - Professor, Université de Toulouse - “Industrial emergency” - December 05, 2014
- 18 - Liem HOANG NGOC - Associate Professor, Université Paris 1 - “The role and opérations of the Troïka : the inquiry report of the European Parliament” - December 08, 2014
- 19 - Antoine PECOUD - Professor, Université Paris 13 - “Towards Global Migration Governance ?” - December 18, 2014
- 20 - Yves RIESEL - CEO of Qobuz, QOBUZ - “The industry of online music” - December 18, 2014
- 21 - Florence JANY-CATRICE - Professor, Université de Lillé 1 - “Issues around the Movement towards New Indicators of Wealth and Development” - December 19, 2014
- 22 - Sebastien LECHEVALIER - Associate Professor, EHESS - “Globalization and labor market outcomes. De-industrialization, job security, and wage inequalities” - January 08, 2015
- 23 - Yorgos RIZOPOULOS - Professor, Université Paris 7 - “MNEs’ political strategies and bargaining power : The institutional determinants” - January 09, 2015
- 24 - Pascal PETIT - Emeritus Senior Researcher, Université Paris 13 - “Europe and the word in 2030” - January 08, 2015
- 25 - Antoine REBERIOUX - Professor, Université Paris 7 - “Financialization and the business firm” - January 15, 2015
- 26 - Thomas LAMARCHE - Associate Professor, Université Paris 7 - “Does CSR Contribute to Sustainable Development ?” - January 16, 2015
- 27 - Denis JORAM - Manager of the regulation team at La Poste., La Poste - “Recent Developments in the European Policy of the postal sector : How La Poste defends its interests ?” - January 16, 2015
- 28 - Giuseppe DE MARTINO - Secretary General, Dailymotion - “Dailymotion” - January 22, 2015
- 29 - Olivier CONSOLO - Former Director of Concord Europe, CONCORD Europe - “CSOs and public aid to development” - January 22, 2015
- 30 - Cédric DURAND - Associate Professor, Université Paris 13 - “European integration theory : a critical survey” - January 23, 2015
- 31 - Corinne VERCHER - Professor, Université Paris 13 - “Financialization, Globalization and the Management of Skilled Employees” - January 23, 2015
- 32 - Jean-Louis BEFFA - Former CEO of Saint Gobain, Saint Gobain - “International competition” - January 28, 2015
- 33 - Catherine CARPENTIER - Associate Professor, Université Paris 13 - “The Market Value of patents through litigation data” - January 28, 2015
- 34 - Rigas ARVANITIS - Senior researcher, IRD - “The path from technological learning in entreprises to innovation in China. Examples of policies, clusters, actors in Guangdong” - January 29, 2015
- 35 - Enrique IGLESIAS - Former President of the Inter-American Bank of Development - “Present and future economic and social trends in Latin America…” - February 05, 2015
- 36 - Jean-Claude TRICHET - Former President of the ECB, - “Economic, fiscal and financial governance of the Euro area – What went wrong ? What have we done since the start of the crisis ? What should we do in the future ?” - February 05, 2015
- 37 - Cédric DURAND - Associate Professor, Université Paris 13 - “The commodity chains approach of global capitalism” - February 06, 2015
- 38 - Nathalie BLANC - Senior researcher, Université Paris 7 et CNRS - “Sustainable cities...” - February 06, 2015
- 39 – Robert BOYER – Emeritus Senior researcher, CNRS, Institut des Amériques – “The unsustainable divergence of national productive systems – Seven lessons from the Eurozone crisis”, September 10, 2015.
- 40 – Robert GUTTMANN – Professor of economics, Université Paris 13 and Hofstra University – Micro- and Macro-Foundations of Heterodox Economics” – September 14, 2015.
- 41 – Benjamin CORIAT – Professor of economics, Université Paris 13 – “From exclusive IPR innovation regimes to ‘Commons’ based innovation regimes issues and perspectives” – September 15, 2015.
- 42 – Dominique PLIHON – Emeritus Professor of economics, Université Paris 13 – “Financial regulation and globalization – What did we learn from the crisis ?” – September 17, 2015.
- 43 – Marc LAUTIER – Associate Professor of economics, Université Paris 13 – “Economic Development in Historical Perspective” – September 25, 2015.
- 44 – Yannick PEREZ – Associate Professor of economics, Université Paris 11 – “Electromobility : Tacking stocks Looking ahead” – October 2, 2015.
- 45 – Florence JANY–CATRICE – Professor of economics, Université de Lille 1 – “Issues around the Movement towards New Indicators of Wealth and Development” – October 9, 2015.
- 46 – Luiz Carlos BRESSER–PEREIRA – Emeritus Professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil), Former Minister for Finance (1987) and Minister of federal administration (1995–98) of Brazil. – “Reflecting on new developmentalism and classical developmentalism” – October 14, 2015.
- 47 – Christophe AGUITON – Researcher at Orange Labs, Member of the Scientific Council of ATTAC – “How environmental issues change the terms of the debate ? The example of the climate crisis” – October 16, 2015.
- 48 – Gabriel COLLETIS – Professor of economics, Université de Toulouse 1 – “Industrial Urgency !” – October 23, 2015
- 49 – Robert GUTTMANN – Professor of economics, Université Paris 13 and Hofstra University – “The Euro at a Crossroads” – November 4, 2015.
- 50 – Philippe MOATI – Professor of economics, Université Paris 7 – Diderot – “Representations and industry dynamics – An analytical framework and its application to the retail sector” – November 6, 2015.
- 51 – Steve KEEN – Professor of economics, Head of the School of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University – “Debt, Inequality, and Crisis” – November 13, 2015.
- 52 – Philippe QUIRION – Senior researcher, CNRS, CIRED – “The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme : should we throw the flagship out with the bathwater ?” – November 20, 2015.
- 53 – Jean–Louis BEFFA – Honorary President of Compagnie de Saint–Gobain – “The keys of the power (Les clés de la puissance)” – December 2 2015.
- 54 – Riccardo BELLOFIORE – Professor of Economics, Università degli studi di Bergamo (Italy) – “The Great Recession and the contradictions of contemporary capitalism” – December 2, 2015.
- 55 – Bruno DE CONTI – Professor of Economics, University of Campinas (Brazil) – “International currency hierarchy and its consequences over the global economy” – December 2, 2015.
- 56 – Gaël GIRAUD – Senior Researcher at CNRS – “The new frontier of macroeconomics : monetary and multidimensional dynamics” – December 4, 2015.
- 57 – Yorgos RIZOPOULOS – Professor of economics, Université Paris 7 – Diderot – “MNEs’ political strategies and bargaining power : The institutional determinants” – December 7, 2015.
- 58 – Rigas ARVANITIS – Sociologist and economist at Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) – “The path from technological learning in entreprises to innovation in China. Examples of policies, clusters, actors in Guangdong” – December 11, 2015. With an intervention of Prof. ZHAO Wei.
- 59 – Julia CAGÉ – Associate Professor of economics, Sciences Po Paris – “Saving the media. Capitalism, crowdfunding, and democracy” – December 14, 2015.
- 60 – Leo Victor PANITCH – Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science and Canada Research Chair in Comparative Political Economy at York University – “Europe, the USA and the contradictions of crisis : Management in Global Capitalism” – January 7, 2016.
- 61 – Jean–Claude TRICHET – Former President of the European Central Bank – “Central Banking. Fundamentals and Open Questions” – January 7, 2016.
- 62 – Aurélie TROUVÉ – Associate Professor of economics, Agro ParisTech – “Proposal for a New European Agriculture and Food policy that meets the challenges of this century” – January 8, 2016.
- 63 – Michel AGLIETTA – Emeritus Professor of economics, Université Paris 10 – “Progress and headwinds in the third stage of China’s reform” – January 8, 2016.
- 64 – Alain LIPIETZ – Former Member of the European Parliament, Former Senior Researcher at CNRS – “Introducing aviation in the struggle against climate change : the painful experiment of 2007” – January 14, 2016.
- 65 – Thomas LAMARCHE – Associate Professor of economics at Université Paris 7 – Diderot – “A regulationist method of meso–analysis” – January 15, 2016.
- 66 – Gérard DUMÉNIL – Senior Resarcher at CNRS and Université Paris 10 – “Neoliberal Managerial Capitalism : Another Reading of Piketty’s, Saez’s, and Zucman’s Data” – January 15, 2016.
- 67 – Robert AYRES – Emeritus Professor of Economics, Political Science, Technology Management Novartis Chair, INSEAD – “The History of Energy and Energy in History” – January 20, 2016.
- 68 – Antoine RÉBÉRIOUX – Professor of economics, Université Paris 7 – Diderot – “Gender quota in French boards : female directors as keyplayers or cheerleaders ?” – January 21, 2016.
- 69 – Olivier CONSOLO – Former Director of CONCORD Europe – “Is the new ‘Sustainable Development Goal’ international agenda the right path toward the Great Transition ?” – January 21, 2016.
- 70 – Geneviève GARRIGOS – President, Amnesty International – France – “Business and human rights : Chain of value vs chain of responsibility” – January 22, 2016.
- 71 – Lora VERHEECKE – Campaigner, Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) – “ISDS in CETA and TTIP : Protecting investors at the expense of democracy”– January 22, 2016.
- 72 – Catherine WIHTOL DE WENDEN – Senior researcher at CNRS and Sciences Po Paris – “Opening the borders in Europe ?” – January 28, 2016.
- 73 – Agnès LABROUSSE – Associate Professor of economics, Université d’Amiens – “Randomized Controlled Experiments in Economics : The New Panacea for Fighting Poverty ?” – January 28, 2016.
- 74 – Lena LAVINAS – Professor of economics, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro – “Social–developmentalism and social policy : bias and missing links” – January 29, 2016.
- 75 – Silke HELFRICH – Founder of the Commons strategies group – “Towards a Commons Creating Peer Economy” – January 29, 2016.
- 76 – Corinne VERCHER – Professor of Management sciences, Université Paris 13 – “Financialization, Globalization and the Management of Skilled Employees : towards a Market–based model of Human Ressource Management in large corporation in France” – February 2, 2016.
- 77 – Nathalie BLANC – Senior researcher in Geography at Université Paris 7–Diderot and CNRS, Director of LADYSS (CNRS UMR 7533) lab – “Sustainable cities…” – February 2, 2016.
- 78 – Denis JORAM – Manager of the regulation team, La Poste – “Recent Developments in the European Policy of the postal sector : How La Poste defends its interests ?” – February 2, 2016.
- 79 – Michel BAUWENS – Director and founder of the P2P foundation, Peer to peer Foundation (p2pfoundation.net) – “Is Cosmo–localization the new globalization” – February 3, 2016.
- 80 – Bruno THÉRET – Emeritus Senior Researcher at CNRS and Université Paris 9–Dauphine – “Monetary experiments of complementary federal policies : Some general principles and the case of Argentina between 1984 and 2003 (with a special attention paid to the Tucaman Bocade)” – February 3, 2016.
- 81 – Jocelyn GUITTON – First secretary, Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine, European Commission – “New patterns in international trade and their impact on trade policies” – February 4, 2016.
- 82 – Abdelkader DJEFLAT – Professor of Economics at Université Lille 1 – “Emerging Innovation Systems (EIS) and take off issues : Evidence from the North African Countries” – February 4, 2016.


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