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CV Louis Jaeck


Dr. Louis Jaeck

Assistant Professor, Economics

College of Business & Economics

Dept. Innovation in Government and Society

United Arab Emirates University

PO Box 15551 /Al Ain/ United Arab Emirates

Louis_jaeck@uaeu.ac.ae

 

Academic Background

     -Ph.D. Economics, highest honour, Aix-Marseille University, FRANCE, 2010

      Thesis title: “Dynamics of Environmental Regulation: Benevolent or Opportunistic Policymaker?”  Advisor: Prof. Jean-Pierre Centi

     -Master Economics, “Economic Analysis of Institution”, Aix-Marseille University, 2003

     -Bachelor Economics, Aix-Marseille University, 2001

 

Academic Experience

- Visiting assistant Professor, College of Business and Economics, United Arab Emirates University (September 2020-Present), Al AIN, UAE.

-Assistant Professor, College of Business and Economics, United Arab Emirates University (September 2012-Mai 2020), Al AIN, UAE.

-Adjunct Professor, Euromed Management Business School (KEDGE) (September, 2010 - June, 2012), Marseille, FRANCE. 

- Lecturer, Aix-Marseille University (September, 2009 - June, 2010), Aix-en-Provence,  FRANCE.

- Junior Lecturer, (ATER), Aix-Marseille University, Faculty of law

- Undergraduate teaching assistant, Aix-Marseille University (ALER) (September, 2003 – August, 2007), Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE.

- Internship Cato Institute, research assistant, summer 2003, Washington DC.

 

Courses Taught

United Arab Emirates University, College of Business and Economics, Undergraduate courses, 2012-present :

 

• Fall 2012:      - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 337, International Economics (40H)

 

• Spring 2013:   - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                        - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                        - ECON 337, International Economics (40H)

  

• Fall 2013:       - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                        - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                        - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

 

• Spring 2014:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics (40H)

 

• Fall 2014:      - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

 

• Spring 2015:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics (40H)

 

• Fall 2015:      - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics (40H)

                       - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

 

• Spring 2016:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

 

• Fall 2016:      - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

 

• Spring 2017:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

 

• Fall 2017:      - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics (40H)

 

• Spring 2018:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

 

• Fall 2018:      - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 125, Principles of Macroeconomics, (40H)

 

• Spring 2019:  - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 212, Theory of Macroeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                       - ECON 125, Principles of Macroeconomics (40H)

 

• Fall 2019:     - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                      - ECON 211, Theory of Microeconomics, Female sect. (40H)

                      - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, Male sect. (40H)

                      - ECON 455, Selected Topics / Sustainable Development (40H)

 

• Fall 2020:     - ECON 125, Principles of Macroeconomics, 2 section. (80H)

                      - ECON 110, Principles of Economics, 1 section (40H)

                      - ECON 105, Principles of Microeconomics, 1 section (40H)

 

United Arab Emirates University, Graduate courses, 2012-present:

 

• Spring 2014:        - ECON 541, Economic for Policy Analysis, Master for Public Policy, College of Humanities, United Arab Emirates University                                     (40H)

• Spring 2015:         - ECON 541, Economic for Policy Analysis, Master for Public Policy, College of Humanities, United Arab Emirates University                                    (40H)

• Fall 2015:             - ECON 605, International Business: UAE in the Global Environment, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab                                  Emirates University (32H)

• Spring 2016:         - ECON 605, International Business: UAE in the Global Environment, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab                                 Emirates University (32H)

• Fall 2016:              - ECON 605, International Business:  UAE in the Global Environment, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab                               Emirates University (32H)

• Spring 2017:         - ECON 541, Economic for Policy Analysis, Master for Public Policy, College of Humanities, United Arab Emirates University                                    (40H)

• Spring 2018:          - ECON 541, Economic for Policy Analysis, Master for Public Policy, College of Humanities, United Arab Emirates University                                  (40H)

                              - ECON 651, Managerial Economics, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab Emirates University (32H)

• Fall 2018:             - ECON 605, International Business:  UAE in the Global Environment, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab                               Emirates University (32H)

• Fall 2019:               - ECON 605, International Business:  UAE in the Global Environment, MBA, College of Business and Economics, United                                      Arab Emirates University (32H)

                               - DBA 900, Philosophy of Social research, DBA, College of Business and Economics, United Arab Emirates University (16H)

   

Euromed Management School, undergraduate courses, 2010-2012:

• AY 2010-2011:   - General Economics (90H) (Taught in French)

                           - Sustainable Development (90H) (Taught in French)

                           - Sustainable Development (30H) (Taught in English)

• AY 2011-2012:   - General Economics (60H) (Taught in French)

                           - Sustainable Development (120H) (Taught in French)

Aix-Marseille University, undergraduate courses, 2003-2010:

• AY 2009-2010:  - Introduction to Economics (54H)                 

                           - Macroeconomics (36h)

• AY 2006-2007:  - Introduction to Economics/ Microeconomics/ Macroeconomics (90H)

• AY 2003-2007:  - Introduction to Economics/ Macroeconomics (65H per AY)   

 

Scholarship

Published Papers in Peer Reviewed Journals 

1.“Dynamic of Environmental Regulation and Voter's Biased Beliefs: a Political Economy Approach” (with G. Bougi), Atlantic Economic Journal (Springer), 2010, 38:399–409.

2.“Ignorance Rationnelle Versus Irrationalité Rationnelle : une Analyse Critique de la Théorie de Bryan Caplan” Economie Appliquée (Cahier ISMEA), 2011, Vol.3.

3.“Information and Political Failures: to What Extent Does Rational Ignorance Explain Irrational Beliefs Formation?” Constitutional Political Economy (Springer), 2011, 22:287–301. 

4.“Political Entrepreneurs, Indeterminate Good and the Dynamic of Green Markets” (with G. Bougi and A. Buf), International Business Research (Canadian Center for Science and Education), 2013, 6(2).

5.“The Impact of EU Enlargement on Structural Reforms: a Political Economy Approach” (with K. Sehjeong), International Advances in Economic Research (Springer), 2014, 20:73–86.

6.“The European Central Bank’s President: Entrepreneur or Rent-seeker?” (with G. Bougi and A. Buf), Economie Appliquée, (Cahier ISMEA), 2015, 1.

7."Indirect Influence Lobbies Interdependence and Ecological Protectionism" (with J. Hanoteau and G. Bougi), Journal of Economic Research (Hanyang Economic Research Institute), 2015, 20, 169-198.

8.“FDI Regulatory Reform and Political Belief: a Political Economy Approach” (with K. Sehjeong), Theoretical Economics Letters (Scientific Research), 2016, 6:1205-1218, Open access.

9.“FDI Deregulation Versus Labor Market Reform: a Political Economy Approach” (with K. Sehjeong), Atlantic Economic Journal (Springer), 2018, 46:73–89..

10.“Ideology and the Rationality of non-voting” (with Francois Facchini), Rationality and Society (Sage), 2019, 1-22, 2019.

11.“Labor Market versus FDI Policies in GCC Countries: a Political Economy Approach”, (with K. Sehjeong), Journal of Economic Research (Hanyang Economic Research Institute), 2019.

12.“Rationality and Students’ Misconduct at University: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications” (With Jocelyn Grira), International Education Studies (Canadian Center for Science and Education), 2019, January, Vol. 2, No3.

13. “Culture and Entrepreneurship in the United Arab Emirates” (with F. Facchini and C. Bouhaddioui), Journal of the Knowledge Economy, June 2020.

14. "Populism and the rational choice model: the case of the French National Front" (with F. Facchini), Rationality and Society, (Forthcoming)

 

Peer Reviewed Conference Paper

“Interest Groups, Information Provision and FDI Policy Liberalization” (with K. Sehjeong), 6th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Economics Research (QQE). 2016; Singapore: 41-48. Singapore: Global Science and Technology Forum.

 

Presentation of Refereed Papers

International Conferences

1.“Political Economy of immigration policy and justification costs”, 10th International Research Meeting in Business and Management, IPAG Nice 8-10 July 2019

2. “Political Economy of immigration policy in GCC Countries”, Western Economic Association, 94th International Conference, San Francisco, June 2019.

3.“Political Economy of immigration policy: direct versus indirect political influence”, International Trade and Finance Association, 29th International Conference, Livorno, May 2019, Italy. 

4.“Political Economy of immigration policy and justification costs”, 18th European Economics and Finance Society International conferences, Genoa, June 2019

5. “Political Economy of immigration policy and justification costs”, Western Economic Association, 15th International conference, Tokyo, March 2019.

6.“Entrepreneurship Versus Rent-Seeking in the United Arab Emirates: The Impact of Culture” European Public Choice Society, Rome, April 2018.

7.“The French’s beliefs over climate change: a behavioural political economy approach”, European Public Choice Society, Rome, April 2018.

7. “The French’s beliefs over climate change: a behavioural political economy approach”, Western Economic Association, Vancouver, June 2018.

8.“Entrepreneurship Versus Rent-Seeking in the United Arab Emirates: The Impact of Culture” Society for International Business Research, Osaka, July 2018.

9.“Political economy of immigration policy: political economy approach”, Western Economic Association, Vancouver, June 2018.

10.“The motivation of the French national front voters: a behavioural political economy approach”, Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics, New York, June 2017.

11. “The motivation of the French national front voters: a behavioural political economy approach”, European Public Choice Society, Budapest, April 2017.

12.“Entrepreneurship, culture and ideology: the case of the UAE”, Western Economic Association International, San Diego, June 2017.

13.“Labour market versus FDI policies in GCC countries: a political economy approach”, Western Economic Association International, San Diego, June 2017.

14.“The Political Economy of FDI Liberalization Versus Labor Market Reform in Autocratic States: an Application to GCC Countries”, European Public Choice Society, Budapest, April 2017.

15.“Interest groups, Information provision and FDI policy liberalization”, 6th Annual International Conference on Quantitative and Qualitative Economic Research, Singapore, May 2016.

16.“FDI Policy Liberalization and Labor Market Reform: A Political Economy Approach”, European Public Choice Society, Freiburg, April 2016, Germany.

17.“The political economy of FDI liberalization versus labor market reform in autocratic states”, Western Economic Association International 91th annual conference, Portland, June 2016.

18.“FDI Policy Liberalization and Labor Market Reform: A Political Economy Approach”, Western Economic Association International 91th annual conference, Portland, June 2016.

19.“Labor market institutions and inward FDI flows to west Asian GCC countries” Western Economic Association International 91th annual conference (with W. Mina) Portland, June 2016.

20.“FDI regulation versus labor market regulation: a political economy approach”. 79th International Atlantic Economic Conference, Milano March 2015, Italy.

21. “FDI regulation versus labor market regulation: a political economy approach”, Western Economic Association International 90th annual conference, July 2015, Hawaii.

22.“Labor Market Efficiency and FDI in GCC countries”, 89th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International, Denver (USA), July 2014.

23. “Paradox of Voting and the diffusion of democratic ideology: the case of France”,   European Public Choice Society, Cambridge, April 2014.

24. “Political Economy of Reforms: direct versus indirect political influence” Public Choice Society, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2014.

25. “Paradox of Voting and the diffusion of democratic ideology: the case of France”,   Public Choice Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2013.

26. “The impact of EMU enlargement on Structural Reforms: a public choice approach”, International Atlantic Economic Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2013.

27. “Interest groups biofuels trade and ecological protectionism”, Scottish Economic Society, Perth (Scotland), April 2011.

28. “Interest groups biofuels trade and ecological protectionism”, Public Choice Society, Miami, March 2012.

29.“The dynamic of environmental regulation: benevolent or opportunistic policymakers?” Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, New York, February 2011.

30. “Interest Groups Biofuels trade and ecological protectionism”, Southern Economic Association, Washington DC, November 2011.

31. “The dynamic of environmental regulation: benevolent or opportunistic policymakers?” European Public Choice Society, Rennes (France), April 2011.

32.“The dynamic of environmental regulation: benevolent or opportunistic policymakers?” Southern Economic Association, Atlanta (USA), June 2010.

33.“Private provision of environmental public goods: to what extent are ecollabeling scheme effective?”, North Eastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 2010.

34. “Information and Political failures: to what extent are rational ignorance and rational irrationality compatible?”, Public Choice Society, Monterey, California, March 2010

35. “Collective Beliefs formation and dynamic of environmental regulation: the cascades effect hypothesis”, Scottish Economic Society, Perth, Scotland, April 2009.

36. “Collective beliefs formation and dynamic of environmental regulation: the cascades effect hypothesis”, European Public Choice Society, Athens, March 2009.

37.“Consumerbehaviourandenvironmentalpreservation:the contribution of informational cascades theory”, Southern Economic Association, Charleston (USA),   June 2006.

38.“Toward an evolutionary perspective on environmental policy:  putting the precautionary principle into the debate”, Irish Economic Association, Bunclody, Ireland, 2006.

39.“Toward  an  evolutionary  perspective  on  environmental  policy :  putting  the precautionary principle into the debate”, European Society for Ecological Economics, Lisbon, Portugal, 2005

40.“Toward  an  evolutionary  perspective  on  environmental  policy :  putting  the precautionary principle into the debate”, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Rethymno, Crete, 2004

 

National Conferences (UAE)

1. “The Political Economy of immigration policy and justification costs”, 5th Forum for Research in Economics & Finance, Zayed University, April 2019, Dubai.

2.“Entrepreneurship Versus Rent-Seeking in the United Arab Emirates: The Impact of Culture”,4th Research Forum in Economics and finance, AUS, April 2018.

3.“Entrepreneurship, Culture and Ideology: The Case of the United Arab Emirates”, ICOM, Abu Dhabi, November 2017.

4.“The Political Economy of FDI Liberalization Versus Labor Market Reform in Autocratic States: an Application to GCC Countries”, Third UAE Quantitative Research Symposium in Dubai on January 2017, Zayed University.

5.FDI Policy Liberalization and Labor Market Reform: A Political Economy Approach”, Second UAE Quantitative Research Symposium, Abu Dhabi, Zayed University, March 2016.

6.“FDI regulation versus labor market regulation: a political economy approach”, 7th annual Research symposium in business and economics, Sharjah, May 2015.

7."FDI regulation and political beliefs: a political economy approach”, UAEU innovation conference, Al Ain, November 2015.

8.“FDI and labor market efficiency in middle income and GCC countries. Global Development Finance Conference”, Dubai, September 2014.

9.“Labor Market Efficiency and FDI in GCC countries”, 6th annual research symposium in Business and Economics, UAEU, Al Ain, May 2014.

10.“Paradox of Voting and the diffusion of democratic ideology: the case of France”, 5th annual research symposium in Business and Economics, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, May 2013.

11.“The impact of EMU enlargement on Structural Reforms: a public choice approach”, 5th annual research symposium in Business and Economics, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, May 2013.

Non-Refereed Publications

1."Labor Market Flexibility and FDI in GCC and Middle Income Countries" (with W. 

Mina), CBE Working Papers Series, April 2015.

2. “Labor Market Flexibility and FDI Flows: Evidence from Oil-Rich GCC and Middle Income Countries” (with W. Mina), International Center for Public Policy, Working paper 15-01, May 2015.

3. “FDI Deregulation Versus Labor Market Reform: a Political Economy Approach” (with K. Sehjeong), CBE Working Papers Series, March 2017.

Papers under review     

1. “Political Economy of Immigration Policy in GCC Countries”, submitted, Economics and Politics, December 2020.

 

Work in Progress

1.The French’s beliefs over climate change: a behavioural political economy approach (with F. Facchini). 

2.An Austrian approach to environmental problems: a reply to Benson “Environmental laws and the limits of markets, Cambridge Journal of Economics (With F. Facchini)

3.  Political Economy of immigration policy and justification costs.

4. The Covid 19 related public policies: a behavioural political economy approach 

Research Grants

Funded

2015 [3 years]:  Startup grant (UAEU), “Political Economy of FDI inflows and regulation in non-Democratic (GCC) and democratic states”

2019 [2 years]:  Center-Based Interdisciplinary grant (UAEU), “Political Economy of immigration policy”

Memberships

European Public Choice Society

International Atlantic Economic Society

Western Economic Association International

 

University Services

Service to Graduate Students

-  Member of the thesis defense committee of the DBA student, Mr Kaled Sultan Al Kaabi under the supervision of Dr. Emilie Rutledge, November 2016, UAEU.

Thesis title: “Private sector Emiratization: evaluating the policies and practices designed to achieve Abu Dhabi HRM goal”

- Member of the thesis defense committee of the DBA student Mrs Mariam Al Dhaheri, under the supervision of Prof. AlMaghaireh, Planned for December 2017, UAEU.

Thesis title: “The relative risk performance of the Islamic Sukuks over the conventional bonds”

- Member of the thesis defense committee of the DBA student Mrs Al Yazia Al Kuwaiti, under the supervision of Dr. Chiraz Labidi, April 2019, UAEU.

Thesis title: “Corporate governance, institutional framework and firms’ performance: evidence from the UAE”

- Member of the thesis defense committee of the DBA student Mr. Fahad Obaid Altaffaq, under the supervision of Dr. Fernando Zanella, April 2019, UAEU.

Thesis title: “The impact of economic diplomacy in the UAE foreign policy on bilateral foreign investment and trade: an empirical approach”

 

Committee work

Student Affair Committee (Chair, 2013-2018)

• Organisation of workshops for students’ advising and orientation and other extra-curricular activities

- “Your step after graduate”: advising workshop with private and public sector stakeholders (14/12/2014) 

- “CFA workshops”: presentation of CFA programs with Morgan Institute representatives (5/5/2015, 10/11/2015, 22/11/2016, and 13/11/2018) 

- “Business and Economics Online”: workshop on challenges and opportunities of doing business online with Microsoft representatives (15/01/2014)

-“Economics and Finance Day”: workshop with College of Business and Economics (CBE) Faculties, and private and public sector representatives aimed at advising students about job and career opportunities (with Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, Orix Finance, Securities and Commodities Authorities, Dubai Economic Council, Finance house) (20/11/2013, 4/06/2014 and 26/05/2015)

- “Advising workshop”: students’ provision with the college brochures and curricula documentation (11/11/2014, 18/11/2014, 06/11/2016 and 08/11/2016)

- “Economics day”: workshop with College of Business and Economics Faculties, and  Dr. Magda Kandil, chief economist of the UAE central bank, about UAE economic prospects (29/11/2016) 

- “Sukuk and Islamic Finance”: workshop with Dentons firm (28/01/2019)

- “Job Market Skills for CBE Students”, with CBE faculties and Ernst & Young representatives (16/04/2019)

-  Field trip with ECON 455 students to Masdar City (24/11/2013, 9/12/2014, 23/11/2015, 28/11/2016 and 10/12/2018) 

- Field trip with economics and Finance club students to Abu Dhabi Central Bank (10/05/2015)

- Field trip to the Arab Monetary Fund with economics and Finance club students (19/03/2018)

Assurance of Learning committee (2012-2016)

-Member of the outcome assessment committee: assessing course learning outcomes (reviewing courses and drafting reports) in the economics and finance undergraduate programs

Excellence award committee (2015-2016)

-Member of the Faculty excellence awards committee during spring 2016: contribution to review applications and nominate winners for the awards in teaching, service and scholarship.

Peer Evaluation and Teaching committee (PET) (2016-2017)

-Member of the PET committee: assessment and reviewing CBE faculties’ applications for academic promotion.

Strategic Planning Council Committee (2013-2016)

-Member of strategic planning committees: contribution to group work for developing a program to assist UAE organizations through research and to measure the impact of the research. Organization of events and workshops to promote students recruitments at the CBE.

Department Review Committee (2016-2017)

-Member of the Department Review Committee: contribution to assess faculties in their 2015-2017 evaluation cycle.

Curriculum Committee (2017-Present)

-Member of the Curriculum Committee: Reviewing curricula ad elaboration of study plan template for economics curriculum.

Innovation Committee (2017-2018)

-Member of the innovation committee at the college level: contribution to the following events:

   • “Entrepreneurship day”

   • “Youth Circle”: February 4-7 2019

   • “High School Students Orientation week”: February 24-27 2019

Program development Committee (September 2018-2019)

-Member of Program Development Committee (PDC) since September 2018: representation of the economics major and reviewing course portfolios, CLOs assessments.

 

 


Journal articles5 documents

  • François Facchini, Louis Jaeck. Populism and the rational choice model: The case of the French National Front. Rationality and Society, SAGE Publications, In press, pp.104346312199596. ⟨10.1177/1043463121995969⟩. ⟨hal-03154973⟩
  • François Facchini, Louis Jaeck, Chafik Bouhaddioui. Culture and Entrepreneurship in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, Springer, In press, ⟨10.1007/s13132-020-00663-z⟩. ⟨hal-02732888⟩
  • François Facchini, Louis Jaeck. Ideology and the rationality of non-voting. Rationality and Society, SAGE Publications, 2019, 31 (3), pp.104346311984103. ⟨10.1177/1043463119841033⟩. ⟨hal-02095807⟩
  • Gilbert Bougi, Louis Jaeck, Julien Hanoteau. Indirect influence, lobbies interdependence and ecological protectionism. Journal of Economic Research, 2015. ⟨hal-01841655⟩
  • Gilbert Bougi, Louis Jaeck. Dynamics of Environmental Regulation and Voters' Biased Beliefs: A Political Economy Approach.. Atlantic Economic Journal, Springer Verlag, 2010. ⟨hal-01841649⟩

Conference papers2 documents

  • Louis Jaeck, François Facchini. Entrepreneurship Versus Rent-Seeking in the United Arab Emirates : The Impact of Culture. The 2018 Meeting of th e European Public Choice Society, The EPCS : European Public Choice Society; Facolta di Economia, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuoro, Apr 2018, Roma, Italy. ⟨hal-01794503⟩
  • François Facchini, Louis Jaeck. The French’s Beliefs over Climate Change : a Behavioral Political Economy Approach. The 2018 Meeting of th e European Public Choice Society, The ECPS : European Public Choice Society; FACOLTÀ DI ECONOMIA - UNIVERSITÀ CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE, Apr 2018, Roma, Italy. ⟨hal-01794490⟩