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TSE at the Novela Festival
During the next edition at the Novela Festival in Toulouse, our TSE researchers Thomas Chaney, Frédéric CherbonnierChristian GollierAugustin Landier , Thomas-Olivier Léautier ,Patrick Rey  and  Jean Tirole  will be recognised for their university and academic awards obtained during the academic year.

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First Academic Talk of the Ecole TSE
Jean Tirole will start the new season of the "Business and Academic Talk " 2014-2015. He will present "Intellectual Property and Public Policy" on Thursday, 2 October 2014 at 5 pm (Room MB II Manufacture des Tabacs).  These conferences allow students to understand indepth and complexe analysis taught throughout our different programs at the school.
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Tribute to our colleague Jean-Philippe LESNE
Jean-Philippe Lesne, Dean of the TSE-UT1 Capitole School, passed away on 19 September after a courageous battle against illness. 

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Environment policy event with French minister & Chinese ambassador
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On 30 September, TSE and the Toulouse Capitole University will co-host a high-level research and policy event on environmental & climate change issues.  

Among the special panel members expected at the roundtable are French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius and Chinese Ambassador in France, Zhai Jun. 

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A quoi sert la concurrence ? Nos chercheurs répondent.
A travers un nouvel ouvrage collectif publié par la revue “ Concurrence “, 100 personnalités répondent à la question « A quoi sert la concurrence ? »: historiens, économistes, juristes, sociologues, hommes d’église, entrepreneurs et acteurs politiques… dont Claude Crampes et Thomas Olivier Léautier , chercheurs TSE spécialistes de l’économie de l’énergie, sur “ Industrie électrique : Des électrons libres dans un marché corseté ".

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IMF lists 25 Brightest Young Economists

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has identified twenty-five young economists who it expects will shape the world's thinking about the global economy in the future.
We would like to congratulate three of them Nicholas BLOOM N°1 (Stanford University), Matthew GENTZKOW N°10(University of Chicago) and Jonathan LEVIN N°15 (Stanford University) for their implication in our partnership IDEI/TNIT who appear in this prestigious list.

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EEA-ESEM 2014



TSE Mag #6 

Summer 2014 

Special edition
TIGER Forum






Highlights include the big interview with Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel prize 2001 and laureate of the 2014 Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize, an exclusive interview with Bruno Sire, UT Capitole President about the TIGER Forum and the European School of Law, research highlights from the event, as well as a look back at the TIGER Forum 2014 in pictures and videos.
 
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TSE Debate

Pharmaceutical innovation & regulation
Pierre DUBOIS - 9 september 2014

Pierre Dubois, professor of economics at TSE, is an expert in industrial organization applied to health and pharmaceutical economics. He gives us an insight here on recent and upcoming developments in this fast-moving field particularly subject to market shifts, government intervention, asymmetric information, uncertainty and barriers to entry.

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New website : http://debate.tse-fr.eu/
For the last half-century, the world’s leading universities have taught microeconomics through the lens of the Arrow-Debreu model of general competitive equilibrium.
Read more at http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/paul-seabright-criticizes-the-poverty-of-the-undergraduate-microeconomics-curriculum#cd3O59QCVutQB5qG.99
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