Workshops EcoNomicSday at "ENS de Lyon"

Canceled (Covid19): "Middle classes, taxation and democracy in a globalized world" 

May 5, 2020.


Pierre Boyer (Ecole Polytechnique - CREST)

Antoine Ferey (Ecole Polytechnique - CREST)

Bertrand Garbinti (CREST - Banque de France)

Sophie Hatte (ENS de Lyon)

Clément Imbert (University of Warwick)

Laurent Simula (ENS de Lyon)

Canceled (Covid19): "Political Economy of Migration and Migrant Integration" 

March 27, 2020.


Elizabeth Dekeyser (MIT)

Mathilde Emeriau (Stanford University)

Hannah Postel (Princeton University)

Amanda Robinson (Ohio State University)

Dalston Ward (ETH Zurich)

"Health Economics" 

March 2, 2020.


Janet Currie (Princeton University)

Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University)

Pascaline Dupas (Stanford University)

Lavinia Piemontese (ENS de Lyon)

Hannes Schwandt (Northwestern University)

"Social Media Economics"

 November 22, 2019.


Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (Paris School of Economics)

Carlo Schwarz (Warwick University)

David Stromberg (Stockholm University - IIES)

Gregory J. Martin (Stanford University)

Ruben Durante (Barcelona Graduate School of Economics)

"Taxation and Inequality" 

May 14, 2019.


Jonathan Goupille-Lebret (ENS de Lyon, INSEAD)

Daniel Waldenström (PSE, IFN)

Youssef Benzarti (UC Santa Barbara)

Isabel Z. Martinez (University of St. Gallen)

Alisa Tazhitdinova (UC Santa Barbara)

Laurent Simula (ENS de Lyon)

"Political Economy of Migration" 

February 15, 2019.


Mathias Thoenig (University of Lausanne & CEPR)

Marco Tabellini (Harvard Business School)

Anna-Maria Mayda (Georgetown University)

Francesco Fasani (Queen Mary University of London & CEPR)

Jean-François Maystadt (University of Antwerp)


The École Normale Supérieure de Lyon is an elite French public institution which 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.


The ENS de Lyon is part of the Université de Lyon and supports quality research that has earned it a Fields medal (Cedric Villani, 2010) and many CNRS medals. It encourages interdisciplinary studies to foster a better understanding of complex contemporary issues.


Aiming to set up a worldwide training and research network, the ENS de Lyon has developed strong international partnerships with universities, research institutes and other institutions. It strives to break barriers between training and research, to be an active part of European and international research networks, to link businesses with experimental research and to contribute to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge.