Bio and Research Interests

Research interests

Statistics and Econometrics methods : Bayesian statistics, statistical
tests, asymptotic theory, statistics of stochastic processes
Applied Econometrics : cost functions, microeconometric labor market,
game theory and industrial organization models
Applied Statistics: trafic forecast, bias in radar altimeter measurements


Jean-Pierre Florens is a Professor of Mathematics at Toulouse Capitole University and member of GREMAQ and IDEI. His research field is the statistical methodogoly of econometrics. His recent works are related to the statistical analysis of inverse problems relevent for structural econometrics. He collaborates also at empirical researches in industrial organisation. He has published several works and a large number of research articles. He had supervized numours PhD students.

Current position

Professor of Mathematics, University Toulouse I
Consultant in statistics and econometrics
Chair of Statistics and Econometrics


Doctorat d'État es Sciences (Mathématiques)
Diplôme de l'Institut d'Études Politiques
Diplôme d'Études Supérieures de Sciences Économiques

Grants and awards

2010Fellow of the Econometric Society
2002Senior Member of Institut Universitaire de France


Articles in a refereed journal


Contributions to books