Business talks 2018-2019

These conferences are intended to broaden economic culture of our students and to put into perspective what they have learnt from theoretical lectures and arouse their curiosity. These talks also help students shape their careers.

Conferences of the academic year 2018-2019

Semester 1

03/09/2018 Lecture inaugurale Isis DURMEYER - TSE  Assistant professor Air Pollution and regulation of the automotile industry
20/09/2018 Talk on Entrepreneurship Ajit SINGH - ARTIMAN Partner From Galapagos to Silicon Valley – Foundations of Entrepreneurship
27/09/2018 Distinghuished Lecture Glenn LOURY - BROWN UNIVERSITY Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of Economics  Identity and Racial Inequality?
04/10/2018 BUSINESS TALK Marc LEBOURGES - ORANGE Director of European Regulation and Economic Studies at the Direction of Regulatory Affairs  Platform regulation: perspectives from a telecom operator
12/10/2018 Prix JJ LAFFONT Daron ACEMOGLU - MIT Professor of Economics The Narrow Corridor to Liberty: The Red Queen and the Struggle of State Versus Society
08/11/2018 Distinghuished Lecture Kamel DAOUD Independent journalist and novelist, Oran, Algeria A quoi sert le discours identitaire aujourd’hui?
15/11/2018 Say it Aloud Jean-Pierre SARTHOU Professor ENSAT Toulouse Quel futur pour l'agriculture ?
29/11/2018 BUSINESS TALK Ibrahim BAH - Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Director, Competition Enforcement & Mergers  
06/12/2018 Distinghuished Lecture Rohini PANDE - HARVARD UNIVERSITY Professor of International Political Economy  Gender norms and women’s work


Lorna Briot
Business and International Relations Manager
+33(0)567 732 779