Economics at ENS de Lyon

The Department of Economics of the "ENS de Lyon" is supported by professors who are experts in their field, a comprehensive academic program and rich scientific activity.

We organize and are part of many workshops, lectures and meetings, directly linked with the latest advancements of the international economic research. The "ENS de Lyon" also cooperates with several institutions and participates in the coordination of recognized events.

The Department of Economics of the "ENS de Lyon" offers a complete academic track in economics to students wishing to pursue careers as: university professors, researchers, as well as in the national and international senior civil service.

Education

The Advanced Economics Track offers coherent and thorough training in economics to the highest international standards. Its main goal is to prepare students for top-level careers in research, as well as national, European, and international public institutions.

 

With 100% of courses taught in English, the program provides solid foundations in microeconomics, macroeconomics, maths/optimization, statistics as well as econometrics, and apply them to major economic and social issues. 

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Upcoming seminar

24 Novembre

Pierre BACHAS (World Bank): "Informality, Consumption Taxes and Redistribution" 

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About ENS de Lyon

The École Normale Supérieure de Lyon is an elite French public institution that trains professors, researchers, senior civil servants as well as business and political leaders.

 

Students choose their courses and split their time between training and research in sciences and humanities. Built on the tradition of the ENS de Fontenay-Saint-Cloud, founded in 1880, the ENS de Lyon also focuses on educational research.

 

It is a symbol of French Republican meritocracy and it remains committed today to disseminating knowledge to the widest audience and to promoting equal opportunity.

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