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    David Flacher

    Uni­ver­sité de Tech­nolo­gie de Com­piègne
    Direc­tor of the EPOG+ programme

    David Flach­er is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics and Deputy Direc­tor of the inter­dis­ci­pli­nary COSTECH research lab at UTC, a lab ded­i­cat­ed to the study of tech­nol­o­gy through social sci­ences and human­i­ties. He holds an engi­neer­ing degree from Télé­com Paris and a PhD in eco­nom­ics from Uni­ver­sité Paris 9‑Dauphine — PSL. He has been Asso­ciate pro­fes­sor at Paris 13 Uni­ver­si­ty and Direc­tor of the CEPN research lab (CNRS UMR7234). He has found­ed the first EPOG Eras­mus Mundus Master’s Course in 2012. His recent research inter­ests are in the eco­nom­ics of edu­ca­tion, the dig­i­tal com­mons and the trans­for­ma­tions of the econ­o­my in the dig­i­tal era. 

    He holds the EPOG-Unesco chair.

    Pascal Jollivet-Courtois

    Uni­ver­sité de Tech­nolo­gie de Com­piègne
    Coor­di­na­tor of Major A

    Pas­cal Jol­livet-Cour­tois is in charge of the over­all coor­di­na­tion of the Major A in EPOG+. He is a socio-econ­o­mist spe­cialised in the dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion and a text data sci­en­tist. He began his career in the pri­vate sec­tor, in inter­na­tion­al IT com­pa­nies, with posi­tions in Infor­ma­tion Sys­tem and R&D depart­ments. He tenured at the Uni­ver­sité de Tech­nolo­gie de Com­piègne (UTC) in 2002, and is now an asso­ciate pro­fes­sor at UTC. At UTC, he suc­ces­sive­ly head­ed the eco­nom­ics and man­age­ment unit, a team of the COSTECH lab and the Master’s degree in “Strat­e­gy, Inno­va­tion Com­plex­i­ty” (SIC). His cur­rent research focus­es on crowd­sourced socio-eco­nom­ic prospec­tive, using dig­i­tal human­i­ties methods.

    Philippe Steiner

    Sor­bonne Uni­ver­sité
    Coor­di­na­tor of Major B

    Philippe Stein­er is in charge of the over­all coor­di­na­tion of the Major B in EPOG+, togeth­er with Dany Lang (see below). He is Deputy Direc­tor of the “Analyse et Poli­tique Economiques” (APE) Master’s pro­gramme joint­ly accred­it­ed by UTC and Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty. He owns a PhD in eco­nom­ics and is trained both in eco­nom­ics and soci­ol­o­gy. He is now Pro­fes­sor of soci­ol­o­gy at Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty and for­mer fel­low of the Insti­tut Uni­ver­si­taire de France (IUF). He pub­lished exten­sive­ly in eco­nom­ic soci­ol­o­gy and the his­to­ry of social sci­ences. His recent pub­li­ca­tions include “Durkheim and the Birth of Eco­nom­ic Soci­ol­o­gy” (Prince­ton Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2011), “Marchés con­testés” (Con­test­ed mar­kets) (Press­es du Mirail, 2015, with M. Tre­speuch), “Don­ner… Une his­toire de l’altruisme” (Give… A his­to­ry of altru­ism) (Paris, Press­es Uni­ver­si­taires de France, 2016, 2017 Best Book Award of the Euro­pean Soci­ety of the His­to­ry of Eco­nom­ic Thought), “Cal­cu­la­tion and Moral­i­ty in the Abo­li­tion of Slav­ery in France” (with C. Oudin-Bastide, Oxford uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2019). 

    Nathalie Blanc

    Uni­ver­sité de Paris — CNRS
    Coor­di­na­tor of Major C

    Nathalie Blanc is in charge of the over­all coor­di­na­tion of the Major C in EPOG+. She works as a Research Direc­tor at the French Nation­al Cen­ter for Sci­en­tif­ic Research (CNRS) and is based at Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris. She has been the Direc­tor of the LADYSS (Lab­o­ra­to­ry of Social dynam­ics and spa­tial recon­struc­tion, CNRS UMR 7533, a joint research lab with Uni­ver­si­ties Paris 1, Paris 8, Paris 10 and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris (for­mer­ly Paris 7), from 2013 to 2019. She is a pio­nneer of “eco­crit­i­cism” in France. She has pub­lished and coor­di­nat­ed research pro­grams on areas includ­ing hab­it­abil­i­ty, envi­ron­men­tal aes­thet­ics, lit­er­a­ture & envi­ron­ment and nature in the city. A found­ing mem­ber of the French Envi­ron­men­tal Human­i­ties Por­tal. From 2011 to 2015, she has also been the French del­e­gate of the Euro­pean COST research project Inves­ti­gat­ing cul­tur­al sus­tain­abil­i­ty and then is the del­e­gate of the Euro­pean COST pro­gram on New Mate­ri­al­ism ‘How Mat­ter Comes to Mat­ter’ (2015–2018). She has pub­lished the book “Form, art, and envi­ron­ment: engag­ing in sus­tain­abil­i­ty” (Rout­ledge, 2016). She is the Direc­tor of the “Cen­tre for Earth Pol­i­cy” (Cen­tre des poli­tiques de la Terre) cre­at­ed by the Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris.

    Pierre-Marie Chauvin

    Sor­bonne Université

    Pierre-Marie Chau­vin is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of soci­ol­o­gy at Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty. His research inter­ests include Eco­nom­ic Soci­ol­o­gy, Soci­ol­o­gy of Rep­u­ta­tions and Visu­al Soci­ol­o­gy. After a PhD on the rep­u­ta­tions in the Bor­deaux wine com­mu­ni­ty, he has been work­ing on a more gen­er­al the­o­ry of rep­u­ta­tions includ­ing artis­tic and social worlds. Among his pub­li­ca­tions (books & arti­cles), he edit­ed a soci­o­log­i­cal dic­tio­nary of entre­pre­neur­ship with M. Gros­set­ti & P.-P. Zalio (Dic­tio­n­naire soci­ologique de l’en­tre­pre­neuri­at, Press­es de Sci­ences Po, 2014) and wrote a hand­book of eco­nom­ic soci­ol­o­gy with A. de Ray­mond (Armand Col­in, 2014). In 2018, he has been named Vice-Dean for Human and Finan­cial Resources (Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty, Arts & Human­i­ties Faculty).

    Nathalie Coutinet

    Uni­ver­sité Paris 13

    Nathalie Cou­tinet is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics and research cen­tre in eco­nom­ics and man­age­ment of the Uni­ver­si­ty Paris 13 (CEPN – CNRS UMR7234). She has been the Direc­tor of the “Analyse des Poli­tiques Economiques” (APE) Master’s pro­gramme and of the EPOG Eras­mus Mundus Mas­ter’s Course at Paris 13, joint­ly with David Flach­er. Her research focus­es on Indus­tri­al eco­nom­ics, Health eco­nom­ics and the Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal indus­try. She has pub­lished books and numer­ous arti­cles. Her more recent book is ded­i­cat­ed to the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal indus­try (Economie du medica­ment, Repères, La décou­verte, 2019, with Philippe Abecassis).

    Hervé Defalvard

    Uni­ver­sité Paris Est Marne-La-Vallee

    Hervé Defal­vard is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris Est Marne-La-Vallee (UPEM). He is respon­si­ble for the Chair of Social and Sol­i­dar­i­ty Eco­nom­ics at UPEM. Hervé Defal­vard is spe­cial­izes on social econ­o­my, insti­tu­tion­al eco­nom­ics, his­to­ry of eco­nom­ic though and epistemology.

    Cédric Durand

    Uni­ver­sité Paris 13

    Cédric Durand is econ­o­mist at Paris 13 Uni­ver­si­ty. He teach­es Devel­op­ment The­o­ries at the EHESS, Eco­nom­ics of Glob­al­iza­tion at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Gene­va. He also par­tic­i­pates to the sci­en­tif­ic man­age­ment of the MSH Paris Nord. Work­ing with­in the tra­di­tion of Marx­ist and French Reg­u­la­tion­ist Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my, he stud­ies glob­al­iza­tion, finan­cial­iza­tion and con­tem­po­rary muta­tions of cap­i­tal­ism. He has pub­lished numer­ous arti­cles and his lat­est book is Fic­ti­tious Cap­i­tal (Ver­so, 2017). He is a mem­ber of the edi­to­r­i­al board of the the Socio-Eco­nom­ic Review and of the Revue d’é­conomie indus­trielle.

    Gary Dymski

    Uni­ver­si­ty of Leeds

    Gary Dym­s­ki is Pro­fes­sor of Applied Eco­nom­ics at Leeds Uni­ver­si­ty Busi­ness School (LUBS), Lead­er­ship Chair at Uni­ver­si­ty of Leeds and co-Leader of Uni­ver­si­ty-wide Cities Theme. Hi is Co-Direc­tor of the Applied Insti­tute for Research in Eco­nom­ics (AIRE) and Co-Inves­ti­ga­tor on the EPSRC Grand Chal­lenge project on ‘Self-Heal­ing Cities’ (robot­ics, AI, and urban infra­struc­ture) 2017–2021, the ESRC Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty Insights Net­work Plus project, 2017–2020. He is also Co-Leader of the Insti­tu­tions Research Hub, ESRC Rebuild­ing Macro­eco­nom­ics Net­work Plus project (2018–2020). His field of exper­tise is pri­mar­i­ly on finance and banking. 

    Antoine Godin

    Agence Française de Développe­ment (AFD)

    Antoine Godin is a Senior Econ­o­mist at the Agence Française de Développe­ment (AFD), in charge of the macro­eco­nom­ic mod­el­ing team. He is also an asso­ciate researcher at the Cen­tre d’Economie de l’Université de Paris Nord (CEPN). For AFD, he works on the devel­op­ment of a suite of macro­eco­nom­ic mod­els, called GEMMES, aim­ing at analysing the tran­si­tion to low car­bon economies for devel­op­ing coun­tries. He holds a M.Sc. in applied math­e­mat­ics engi­neer­ing and a PhD in eco­nom­ics. He has pub­lished numer­ous arti­cles in jour­nal such as the Jour­nal of Evo­lu­tion­ary Eco­nom­ics, the Cam­bridge jour­nal of Eco­nom­ics or the Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ic Dynam­ics and Control.

    Hugo Harari-Kermadec

    Ecole Nor­male Supérieure de Paris Saclay (ENS Paris Saclay)

    Hugo Harari-Ker­madec is Assis­tant pro­fes­sor in eco­nom­ics of edu­ca­tion at IDHES-ENS Paris-Saclay. He holds a Phd in sta­tis­tics from CREST and Uni­ver­si­ty Paris-Nan­terre. His research inter­ests are fund­ing and inequal­i­ties in High­er edu­ca­tion as well as trans­for­ma­tions of labor val­ue-form. Hugo Harari-Ker­madec is a spe­cial­ist of quan­tifi­ca­tion processes.

    Frédéric Huet

    Uni­ver­sité de Tech­nolo­gie de Compiègne

    Frédéric Huet is Asso­ciate pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics since 2006. He is the ped­a­gog­i­cal direc­tor of the depart­ment. His con­tri­bu­tions to the lit­er­a­ture are relat­ed to the organ­i­sa­tion­al and indus­tri­al eco­nom­ics, with an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary per­spec­tive (eco­nom­ics, indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing, soci­ol­o­gy, phi­los­o­phy…). More pre­cise­ly, his work ques­tions how the new inter-organ­i­sa­tion­al rela­tion­ships and dis­trib­uted activ­i­ties trans­form the process of val­ue cre­ation from prod­uct-based val­ue to added rela­tion­al val­ue. He has observed this evo­lu­tion through dif­fer­ent new busi­ness mod­els in the ser­vice econ­o­my, the shar­ing econ­o­my, and the dig­i­tal “plate­formi­sa­tion”. He has been involved in dif­fer­ent aca­d­e­m­ic and indus­tri­al research projects and programmes.

    Dany Lang

    Uni­ver­sité Paris 13

    Dany Lang is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics at Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris 13 (and Pro­fes­sor at the U. of Saint Louis, Bel­gium). He is head­ing the lab’s research axis on the “dynam­ics of cap­i­tal­ism and Post-Key­ne­sian analy­ses”. He has pub­lished many arti­cles in world-class jour­nals on income dis­tri­b­u­tion, unem­ploy­ment, path-depen­dence and the impor­tance of time in eco­nom­ics. He is in charge of the over­all coor­di­na­tion of the Major B in EPOG+, joint­ly with Philippe Steiner.

    Jean-Louis Laville

    Con­ser­va­toire Nation­al des Arts et Métiers (CNAM)

    Jean-Louis Lav­ille is Pro­fes­sor at the CNAM where he holds a Chair in Sol­i­dar­i­ty Econ­o­my. He is a researcher in Lise (Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary lab­o­ra­to­ry for eco­nom­ic soci­ol­o­gy, CNRS-CNAM), Ifris (Ile de France Soci­ety Inno­va­tion Research Insti­tute) and Col­lège d’é­tudes mon­di­ales (FMSH). He involved in a lot of inter­na­tion­al research net­works, he is the Euro­pean coor­di­na­tor for Karl Polanyi Insti­tute of Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my and found­ing mem­ber of the Euro­pean net­work EMES. He is a reg­u­lar guest speak­er at sev­er­al uni­ver­si­ties (Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Quito, Lou­vain-la-Neuve, Por­to Ale­gre, Sal­vador da Bahia…).

    Marc Lavoie

    Uni­ver­sité Paris 13 and Uni­ver­si­ty of Ottawa

    Marc Lavoie is emer­i­tus Pro­fes­sor at Uni­ver­si­ty Paris 13 (from which it also received a doc­tor­ate Hon­oris Causa in 2015). He is a Research Fel­low at the Macro­eco­nom­ic Research Insti­tute of the Hans Böck­ler Foun­da­tion in Düs­sel­dorf and a Research Asso­ciate at the Broad­bent Insti­tute in Toron­to. Lavoie has pub­lished 10 books and over 200 ref­er­eed arti­cles or book chap­ters, most­ly in macro­eco­nom­ics. He is best known for his book with Wynne God­ley, Mon­e­tary Eco­nom­ics (2007), which is con­sid­ered a must-read for users of the stock-flow con­sis­tent approach. He is a co-edi­tor of two aca­d­e­m­ic jour­nals and on the edi­to­r­i­al board of 10 oth­er jour­nals. Anoth­er major ref­er­ence is Post-Key­ne­sian Eco­nom­ics: New Foun­da­tions (Edward Elgar, 2015).

    Antoine Rebérioux

    Uni­ver­sité de Paris

    Antoine Rebéri­oux is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris and a research fel­low at LADYSS. He is a spe­cial­ist of cor­po­rate gov­er­nance, indus­tri­al rela­tions and human resource man­age­ment. His research falls with­in the fields of applied eco­nom­ics (using large scale data­bas­es on firms and work­ers) and socio-eco­nom­ics. He has pub­lished numer­ous arti­cles in inter­na­tion­al peer-reviewed jour­nals, includ­ing top field reviews such as the Jour­nal of Cor­po­rate Finance, Indus­tri­al and Labor Rela­tions Review, Indus­tri­al rela­tions, the British Jour­nal of Indus­tri­al rela­tions, the Cam­bridge Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ics or the Jour­nal of Com­mon Mar­ket Studies.

    Yorgos Rizopoulos

    Uni­ver­sité de Paris

    Yor­gos Rizopou­los is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Paris, Deputy Direc­tor of the Geog­ra­phy, His­to­ry, Econ­o­my and Soci­ety (GHES) depart­ment, Direc­tor of the the “Analyse et Poli­tique Economiques” (APE) Mas­ter’s degree and mem­ber of LADYSS research cen­ter. His pro­fes­sion­al expe­ri­ence record includes con­sult­ing and man­age­ment in com­pet­i­tive analy­sis com­pa­nies. His research inter­ests focus on orga­ni­za­tion­al, insti­tu­tion­al and devel­op­ment dynam­ics. He’s Asso­ciate Edi­tor of the East-West Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ic & Busi­ness, mem­ber of the edi­to­r­i­al board of sev­er­al jour­nals, expert for pub­lic and pri­vate orga­ni­za­tions in France and abroad, and con­sul­tant for work­ers councils. 

    Marie Trespeuch

    Sor­bonne Université

    Marie Tre­speuch is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of soci­ol­o­gy at Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty. Her PhD focused on the French online gam­bling mar­ket (2011). Since then, her work has been deal­ing with dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tions of the mar­kets, and the rela­tions between eco­nom­ic activ­i­ties and moral issues. She edit­ed with P. Stein­er “Marchés con­testés” (Con­test­ed mar­kets) (Press­es du Mirail, 2015). She has recent­ly co-pub­lished sev­er­al arti­cles on online consumer’s reviews or col­lab­o­ra­tive con­sump­tion. She is the co-direc­tor of the series “Soci­olo­gie économique” for the Sor­bonne Uni­ver­sité Press­es, and is also on the edi­to­r­i­al board of two sci­en­tif­ic jour­nals (Ter­rains & Travaux and Revue française de Socio-économie).

    Korhan Uludüz

    EPOG sudent, Cohort 2022

    Invit­ed at the COSTECH lab, UTC

    Aldo Geuna

    Coor­di­na­tor of Major A at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Turin

    He is Full Pro­fes­sor at the Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics and Sta­tis­tics Cognetti De Mar­ti­is, Uni­ver­si­ty of Tori­no, Fel­low of the Col­le­gio Car­lo Alber­to and Senior Research Asso­ciate at the Inno­va­tion Pol­i­cy Lab, Munk School of Glob­al Affairs, Uni­ver­si­ty of Toron­to. He is mem­ber of the Board of Direc­tors of the Fon­dazione Lui­gi Ein­au­di. He was Vis­it­ing Fel­low at SIPER, Stan­ford Uni­ver­si­ty, Senior Lec­tur­er at SPRU, Uni­ver­si­ty of Sus­sex, Senior Research Fel­low at the Robert Schu­man Cen­tre for Advanced Stud­ies, Euro­pean Uni­ver­si­ty Insti­tute and Research Fel­low at BETA, Uni­ver­sité Louis Pas­teur (Stras­bourg). He has pub­lished sev­er­al books and arti­cles in ref­er­eed jour­nals in the area of eco­nom­ics of sci­ence, eco­nom­ics of inno­va­tion and sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy policy. 

    Eckhard Hein

    Coor­di­na­tor of Major B at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law

    Eck­hard Hein is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics and Direc­tor of the Mas­ter Inter­na­tion­al Eco­nom­ics Pro­gramme at HWR. He is Co-Direc­tor of the Insti­tute for Inter­na­tion­al Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my Berlin (IPE), Research Asso­ciate at the Levy Eco­nom­ics Insti­tute, Annan­dale-on-Hud­son, New York, and at the Cen­ter of Eco­nom­ics of Paris North (CEPN), Mem­ber of the Coor­di­na­tion Com­mit­tee of the Forum for Macro­eco­nom­ics and Macro­eco­nom­ic Poli­cies (FMM), and Co-Edi­tor of the Euro­pean Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ics and Eco­nom­ic Poli­cies: Inter­ven­tion. His research focus­es on post-Key­ne­sian macro­eco­nom­ics, mon­ey, finan­cial sys­tems, dis­tri­b­u­tion and growth, and Euro­pean eco­nom­ic policies.

    Trevor Evans

    Trevor Evans has a PhD in eco­nom­ics from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Lon­don. He worked for many years at the Region­al Cen­tre for Eco­nom­ic and Social Research (CRIES) in Man­agua, Nicaragua and, until he retired in 2015, was pro­fes­sor for mon­e­tary the­o­ry, mon­e­tary pol­i­cy and inter­na­tion­al mon­e­tary rela­tions at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law. He is a mem­ber of the coor­di­nat­ing com­mit­tee of the Euro­pean Econ­o­mists for an Alter­na­tive Eco­nom­ic Pol­i­cy in Europe. His research inter­ests are the polit­i­cal econ­o­my of inter­na­tion­al mon­ey and finance, the US econ­o­my and its inter­na­tion­al impact, eco­nom­ic pol­i­cy in Europe, finance and devel­op­ment, Marx­i­an and Post-Key­ne­sian the­o­ries of mon­ey and finance.

    Martina Metzger

    Mar­ti­na Met­zger is a Pro­fes­sor of Mon­e­tary Eco­nom­ics at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law (HWR) with a focus on emerg­ing mar­ket economies; in that con­text, she serves as the liai­son per­son of HWR’s co-oper­a­tion with South­west­ern Uni­ver­si­ty of Finance and Eco­nom­ics (SWUFE Chengdu/China) and Deutsche Bun­des­bank Berlin on mon­e­tary pol­i­cy. Her lec­tures cov­er macro, finance & devel­op­ment as well as cur­rent issues of inter­na­tion­al eco­nom­ic and finan­cial rela­tions both in bach­e­lor and mas­ter pro­grammes. Her research deals with issues such as exchange rate regimes, remit­tances, dig­i­tal finan­cial ser­vices, finan­cial and mon­e­tary coop­er­a­tion, region­al inte­gra­tion, finan­cial sec­tor devel­op­ment of devel­op­ing coun­tries and emerg­ing mar­kets, finan­cial mar­ket reg­u­la­tion, inter­na­tion­al and nation­al finan­cial and mon­e­tary architecture.

    Jennifer Pédussel Wu

    Jen­nifer Pédus­sel Wu is Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics, in par­tic­u­lar world trade and inter­na­tion­al pro­duc­tion, and Direc­tor of the Mas­ter Chi­nese-Euro­pean Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness Stud­ies at HWR. She was a Mem­ber of the LEN Research Cen­ter at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Nantes and a Senior Fel­low at the Cen­ter for Euro­pean Inte­gra­tion Stud­ies in Bonn. Her research inter­ests include: inter­na­tion­al trade, region­al inte­gra­tion, trade in fac­tors of pro­duc­tion, and gender.

    Salmai Qari

    Salmai Qari is Pro­fes­sor of Econo­met­rics at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law (HWR) and a Research Affil­i­ate at the Ger­man Insti­tute of Eco­nom­ic Research (DIW Berlin). His research focus­es on pub­lic eco­nom­ics and sta­tis­ti­cal meth­ods. He has pub­lished numer­ous arti­cles in inter­na­tion­al peer-reviewed jour­nals, includ­ing top field jour­nals, such as the Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ic Psy­chol­o­gy, the Scan­di­na­vian Jour­nal of Eco­nom­ics or Com­mu­ni­ca­tions in Sta­tis­tics: Sim­u­la­tion and Computation.

    Martina Sproll

    Mar­ti­na Spro­ll is a Pro­fes­sor of Social Sci­ences (Struc­tur­al change and the Wel­fare State in inter­na­tion­al per­spec­tives), at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law (HWR Berlin). She is cur­rent­ly Direc­tor of the Mas­ter “Labour Poli­cies and Glob­al­i­sa­tion” at the HWR Berlin and mem­ber of the Steer­ing Com­mit­tee of the Glob­al Labour Uni­ver­si­ty. Her research and lec­tures focus on Transna­tion­al Pro­duc­tion and Labour, Gen­der Rela­tions, Social inequal­i­ties, Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my and Soci­ol­o­gy of Latin Amer­i­ca and Europe, Migra­tion and Post-Democ­ra­cy in Europe.

    Christina Teipen

    Christi­na Teipen is a Pro­fes­sor of Social Sci­ences at the Berlin School of Eco­nom­ics and Law (HWR) with a focus on eco­nom­ic soci­ol­o­gy; in that con­text, she coor­di­nates a research project on “Eco­nom­ic and Social Upgrad­ing”. Christi­na Teipen‘s sem­i­nars cov­er glob­al gov­er­nance, Euro­pean mul­ti-lev­el gov­er­nance as well as cur­rent issues of Euro­pean polit­i­cal inte­gra­tion and work, busi­ness and soci­ety both in bach­e­lor and mas­ter pro­grammes. Her research deals with issues such as glob­al val­ue chains, labour, indus­tri­al rela­tions, com­par­a­tive polit­i­cal econ­o­my, indus­try stud­ies in the Glob­al North and the Glob­al South. She is mem­ber of the Aca­d­e­m­ic sen­ate of HWR.

    Antonella Stirati

    Coor­di­na­tor of Major B at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Rome 3

    Antonel­la Sti­rati is Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics at Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty. Her research inter­ests are in the devel­op­ment of the Clas­si­cal-Key­ne­sian approach, par­tic­u­lar­ly in the fields of out­put and employ­ment deter­mi­na­tion, income dis­tri­b­u­tion, and unem­ploy­ment. She wrote a book on The The­o­ry of Wages in Clas­si­cal Eco­nom­ics (Elgar, 1994), co-edit­ed the three-vol­umes col­lec­tion Sraf­fa and the Recon­struc­tion of Eco­nom­ic The­o­ry, (Pal­grave-macmil­lan, 2013) and pub­lished a num­ber of arti­cles in aca­d­e­m­ic jour­nals and col­lect­ed vol­umes. She cur­rent­ly is asso­ciate edi­tor of Review of Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my, pres­i­dent of STOREP (the Ital­ian asso­ci­a­tion for the his­to­ry of eco­nom­ic thought) and a mem­ber of INET (Insti­tute for New Eco­nom­ic Think­ing) aca­d­e­m­ic coun­cil. She is also active in sci­en­tif­ic pop­u­lar­iza­tion and inter­venes in pub­lic debates on cur­rent issues. She co-edits the on-line jour­nal Econo­mia e polit­i­ca.

    Roberto Ciccone

    Rober­to Cic­cone is full pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics at the Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics of Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty, where he coor­di­nates the two-year Mas­ter degree course in Eco­nom­ics. His research activ­i­ty is main­ly direct­ed to the mod­ern recov­ery of the clas­si­cal the­o­ry of dis­tri­b­u­tion and rel­a­tive prices, to the crit­i­cism of neo­clas­si­cal the­o­ries and to the exten­sion to the long term of the Key­ne­sian approach with regard to the lev­els of eco­nom­ic activ­i­ty, the accu­mu­la­tion of cap­i­tal and the role of eco­nom­ic poli­cies. Since 1995 he is a mem­ber of the Board of the Cen­tro Ricerche e Doc­u­men­tazione “Piero Sraf­fa”, which he chairs since 2011. He is cur­rent­ly a mem­ber of the Board of the Ital­ian Eco­nom­ic Association.

    Caterina Conigliani

    Cate­ri­na Conigliani is Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Sta­tis­tics. She holds a Sta­tis­tics degree and a PhD in Sta­tis­tics from Uni­ver­sità di Roma “La Sapien­za”. She has been Research Assis­tant at the Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sità Roma Tre. Her recent research inter­ests are in Bayesian sta­tis­tics, in mod­el selec­tion and mod­el uncer­tain­ty with appli­ca­tions in Health Eco­nom­ics and in Envi­ron­men­tal Eco­nom­ics, in spa­tial mod­els for count pan­el data.

    Valeria Costantini

    Vale­ria Costan­ti­ni is Full Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ic Pol­i­cy at the Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty (Italy). She act­ed as the coor­di­na­tor of the M.Sc. in Envi­ron­ment and Devel­op­ment Eco­nom­ics for five years. She is a founder and a mem­ber of the advi­so­ry board of SEEDS, the Ital­ian interuni­ver­si­ty research cen­tre on Sus­tain­abil­i­ty Envi­ron­men­tal Eco­nom­ics and Dynam­ics Stud­ies. She is Asso­ciate Mem­ber at UNS-GREDEG, Groupe de Recherche en Droit, Economie et Ges­tion, Uni­ver­si­ty of Nice Sophia Antipo­lis, France. For­mer­ly she has been senior researcher at the Ital­ian Nation­al Research Insti­tute for New Tech­nolo­gies, Ener­gy and Envi­ron­ment (ENEA). She has been involved in sev­er­al EU projects. She has pub­lished in sev­er­al inter­na­tion­al jour­nals. Main research inter­ests are: cli­mate change pol­i­cy, mon­e­tary eval­u­a­tion of envi­ron­men­tal dam­age, green tech­nolo­gies, pol­i­cy mix design.

    Francesco Crespi

    Francesco Crespi is Full Pro­fes­sor at the Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics of Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty, where he holds the chair of Cor­po­rate and Inno­va­tion Pol­i­cy and the chair of Pub­lic Finance. He was for­mer­ly econ­o­mist at the Ital­ian Depart­ment of the Trea­sury and Marie Curie Fel­low at the Insti­tute of Inno­va­tion Research, Uni­ver­si­ty of Man­ches­ter. He holds a PhD in Eco­nom­ics from Uni­ver­si­ty of Roma Tre and a MSc in Eco­nom­ics from CORIPE Piemonte. He has been involved in many nation­al and inter­na­tion­al research projects and con­sul­tant for pub­lic and pri­vate insti­tu­tions. His research inter­ests focus on the analy­sis of the eco­nom­ics of inno­va­tion and tech­nol­o­gy pol­i­cy. He is cur­rent­ly work­ing on the impact eval­u­a­tion of R&D pub­lic sub­si­dies, the eco­nom­ic analy­sis of envi­ron­men­tal and ener­gy tech­nolo­gies and the trans­for­ma­tive role of dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies. He is author of sev­er­al pub­li­ca­tions in inter­na­tion­al sci­en­tif­ic journals.

    Saverio M. Fratini

    Save­rio M. Frati­ni is pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics and coor­di­na­tor of the three-year bachelor’s degree in Eco­nom­ics at Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty. He holds a PhD in Eco­nom­ics from Sapien­za – Uni­ver­si­ty of Rome. He is mem­ber of the teach­ing board and vice-coor­di­na­tor of the PhD pro­gram in Eco­nom­ics at Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty. He is man­ag­ing edi­tor of the Cen­tro Sraf­fa Work­ing Papers series. His research inter­ests con­cern eco­nom­ic the­o­ry and the his­to­ry of eco­nom­ic thought, with par­tic­u­lar ref­er­ence to the con­tri­bu­tion of Piero Sraffa.

    Maria Giovannone

    Maria Gio­van­none holds a Ph.D. in Labour Law and Indus­tri­al Rela­tions. She’s Research Fel­low and Adjunct Pro­fes­sor in Glob­al Econ­o­my and Labour Rights and Euro­pean Social Law at Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty, Eco­nom­ics Depart­ment. She’s mem­ber of the Com­mis­sion for the Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Labour Con­tracts, estab­lished with­in Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty. She’s author of many arti­cles, both in Ital­ian and Eng­lish. In 2010 she was co-edi­tor of the book Vul­ner­a­ble Work­ers, Safe­ty, Well-being and Pre­car­i­ous Work, pub­lished by Gow­er Pub­lish­er. She’s author of the book La tutela del labour stan­dards nel­la cate­na glob­ale del val­ore, pub­lished in 2019 by Arac­ne Edi­tore. She’s been part of many fund­ed projects, both at nation­al and Euro­pean level.

    Enrico Sergio Levrero

    Enri­co Ser­gio Lev­rero is Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics at Roma Tre Uni­ver­si­ty. He stud­ied eco­nom­ics at De Mont­fort Uni­ver­si­ty in Leices­ter (M.Phil) and the Sapien­za Uni­ver­si­ty of Rome (Master’s degree and PhD). His main research inter­ests and activ­i­ties are in the the­o­ries of val­ue and dis­tri­b­u­tion, wages and the labour mar­ket, issues of mon­e­tary eco­nom­ics, and Sraffa’s works. He is a mem­ber of the Cen­tro Sraf­fa Board of Direc­tors, the “Macro­eco­nom­ic impli­ca­tions of mar­ket-shap­ing and mis­sion ori­ent­ed pol­i­cy” research group (UCL Insti­tute for Inno­va­tion and Pub­lic Pur­pose), and the Jean Mon­net Cen­tre of Excel­lence on “Labour, Wel­fare and Social Rights in Europe”. He is edi­tor-in-chief of the Bul­letin of Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my and coor­di­na­tor of the ‘Clas­si­cal The­o­ry and Pol­i­cy Analy­sis’ Research Area of the Euro­pean Asso­ci­a­tion for Evo­lu­tion­ary Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my (EAEPE). He col­lab­o­rates with INET (Insti­tute for New Eco­nom­ic Think­ing) on mon­e­tary issues. His pre­vi­ous works include Four Lec­tures on Wages and the Labour Mar­ket (2012), Sraf­fa and the Recon­struc­tion of Eco­nom­ic The­o­ry in three vol­umes (2013, edit­ed with A. Palum­bo and A. Sti­rati) and sev­er­al arti­cles in aca­d­e­m­ic jour­nals and col­lec­tive volumes.

    Carlo Pietrobelli

    Car­lo Pietro­bel­li is a pro­fes­sor and pol­i­cy advi­sor on inno­va­tion and indus­tri­al devel­op­ment and pol­i­cy. He is cur­rent­ly Pro­fes­sor of Eco­nom­ics at Uni­ver­si­ty Roma Tre, Italy, Pro­fes­so­r­i­al Fel­low at UNU-MERIT, Maas­tricht, and Adjunct Pro­fes­sor at George­town Uni­ver­si­ty, Wash­ing­ton D.C.. Dur­ing 2009–2016 was a Lead Econ­o­mist at the Inter-Amer­i­can Devel­op­ment Bank. His research inter­ests range from devel­op­ment eco­nom­ics to inno­va­tion, trade, indus­try and nat­ur­al resources in devel­op­ing coun­tries. He has pub­lished wide­ly in inter­na­tion­al jour­nals and his books were pub­lished by Har­vard Uni­ver­si­ty Press, Edward Elgar, Pal­grave and Rout­ledge. He was Deputy Rec­tor for pro­mot­ing links between the Uni­ver­si­ty and the pri­vate sec­tor and Head of Indus­tri­al Liai­son Office of the Uni­ver­si­ty Roma Tre. He holds a PhD in Eco­nom­ics from Oxford Uni­ver­si­ty and has been a reg­u­lar pol­i­cy advi­sor to gov­ern­ments in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America.

    Manuel Scholz-Wäckerle

    Coor­di­na­tor of Minor C3 at the Vien­na Uni­ver­si­ty of Eco­nom­ics and Business

    Manuel Scholz-Wäck­er­le is a senior lec­tur­er at the Vien­na Uni­ver­si­ty of Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness (WU) at the Depart­ment of Socioe­co­nom­ics. His main research areas involve evo­lu­tion­ary polit­i­cal econ­o­my, agent-based mod­el­ling, com­plex­i­ty eco­nom­ics, insti­tu­tion­al eco­nom­ics, glob­al polit­i­cal econ­o­my dynam­ics, plat­form cap­i­tal­ism and the social eco­log­i­cal trans­for­ma­tion. Manuel has pub­lished sev­er­al peer-reviewed arti­cles, book chap­ters, edit­ed books in those fields and he is the author of “The Foun­da­tions of Evo­lu­tion­ary Insti­tu­tion­al Eco­nom­ics. Gener­ic Insti­tu­tion­al­ism” (Rout­ledge 2014). Manuel is coun­cil mem­ber of the Euro­pean Asso­ci­a­tion for Evo­lu­tion­ary Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my (EAEPE).

    Armon Rezai

    Armon Rezai is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics at WU. He holds the chair of socioe­co­nom­ics of work. He has pub­lished wide­ly on macro­eco­nom­ic top­ics, such as growth, dis­tri­b­u­tion, and unem­ploy­ment, and their appli­ca­tion to envi­ron­men­tal prob­lems like cli­mate change, and eco­nom­ic pol­i­cy, in numer­ous aca­d­e­m­ic jour­nals as well as the pop­u­lar press. After earn­ing a PhD in eco­nom­ics from The New School for Social Research (New-York), he has worked at the Unit­ed Nations Uni­ver­si­ty’s World Insti­tute for Devel­op­ment Eco­nom­ics Research in Helsin­ki and pro­vid­ed con­sul­ta­tions to the World Bank and the Aus­tri­an Nation­al Bank (OeNB). He has been Ful­bright Fel­low, Schrödinger Fel­low of the Aus­tri­an Sci­ence Fund, and aca­d­e­m­ic vis­i­tor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia at Berke­ley, CESi­fo, and the FGV Sao Paulo.

    Ulrike Schneider

    Ulrike Schnei­der is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ic and Social Pol­i­cy at WU. She is Head of the Depart­ment of Socioe­co­nom­ics (since 2010), the Insti­tute for Social Pol­i­cy (since 2002) and Direc­tor of the WU Research Insti­tute for Eco­nom­ics of Aging. Through her aca­d­e­m­ic work she has devel­oped research inter­ests in a range of top­ics at the inter­sec­tion of age­ing, eco­nom­ics, and social pol­i­cy analy­sis. Her work has includ­ed peer-reviewed exter­nal­ly fund­ed research on liv­ing and care arrange­ments of old­er per­sons, the rela­tion­ship between employ­ment and infor­mal care, fund­ing and pro­vi­sion of long-term care ser­vices, and long-term care pol­i­cy. She con­tin­ues research on pub­lic pro­grams and social ser­vices in sup­port of old­er per­sons and on work­place issues of pop­u­la­tion ageing.

    Sigrid Stagl

    Sigrid Stagl is pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics at WU. She is Head of the Insti­tute of Eco­log­i­cal Eco­nom­ics, Deputy Chair of the Depart­ment of Socio-Eco­nom­ics Pro­gramme and Direc­tor of the Mas­ter of Sci­ence in “Socio-Eco­log­i­cal Eco­nom­ics and Pol­i­cy”. Cur­rent­ly she works on (1) sus­tain­able work, (2) eco­log­i­cal macro­eco­nom­ics, (3) inte­grat­ed sus­tain­abil­i­ty assess­ment meth­ods and (4) socio-eco­nom­ic the­o­ries of human behaviour.

    Nicolas Pons-Vignon

    Coor­di­na­tor of Major C at the Uni­ver­si­ty of the Witwatersrand

    Nico­las Pons-Vignon holds a PhD from EHESS and is Senior researcher and Pro­gramme Direc­tor of the Mas­ter of Com­merce in “Applied Devel­op­ment Eco­nom­ics”. His research focus­es on labor mar­kets and the role of the state in eco­nom­ic devel­op­ment. He ini­ti­at­ed the “African Pro­gramme on Rethink­ing Devel­op­ment Eco­nom­ics” in 2007.

    Daniela Casale

    Daniela Casale is Pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics. She has a 18 years of teach­ing and research expe­ri­ence in Eco­nom­ics and Devel­op­ment Stud­ies. Her research inter­ests are in applied micro-eco­nom­ics with a focus on Labour, Gen­der and House­hold Eco­nom­ics and Ear­ly Child­hood Development.

    Vishnu Padayachee

    Vish­nu Paday­achee is a Dis­tin­guished Pro­fes­sor and Derek Schri­er and Ceci­ly Cameron Chair in “Devel­op­ment Eco­nom­ics” at Wits. He was pre­vi­ous­ly a Senior Pro­fes­sor in the School of Built Envi­ron­ment and Devel­op­ment Stud­ies, and for­mer two-term Head of the School of Devel­op­ment Stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Natal. In Octo­ber 2012 he was appoint­ed Pro­fes­sor Emer­i­tus in the School of Built Envi­ron­ment and Devel­op­ment Stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ty of KwaZu­lu-Natal. His research inter­ests include a num­ber of dis­ci­pli­nary fields with­in the broad themes of polit­i­cal econ­o­my, eco­nom­ic and social his­to­ry, and devel­op­ment. His cur­rent research inter­ests include mon­e­tary his­to­ry, the­o­ry, and pol­i­cy in South Africa; the Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my of restruc­tur­ing South Africa, and a study of South African capitalism.

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