Panthéon-Sorbonne University

Georges Haddad

Georges Hadded is the newly appointed President of Paris 1 - Pantheon Sorbonne. Georges Haddad, a graduate of the École Normale Supérieure, holds an M.A. in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Paris VII and a D.E.A. (postgraduate diploma) in mathematics from the University of Paris VI.  He also holds the Agrégation in mathematics and a doctorate (Doctorat d’Etat) in mathematical sciences.

Elena Mercato

Elena del Mercato is Maître de Conférences at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Associate Researcher at Paris School of Economics (PSE), Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne (CES). She holds a Doctorate in "Mathematics for Economic Decisions" from the University of Pisa (Italy) and she has been Assistant Professor at University of Salerno (Italy) from 2004 to 2008. Her research focuses on market failures as incomplete financial markets, public goods and externalities in microeconomic theory.

Asymmetric information, externalities and restricted participation

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2016-2017

The project aims to create a Columbia-Panthéon Sorbonne research collaboration. The project focuses on two main research topics: a) decentralizing efficient allocative mechanisms in economies of asymmetric information, and b) designing trading restrictions in commodity and financial markets in order to decentralize constrained efficient allocations of credit economies with limited commitment and strategic default. The unifying theme emerges from the presence of externalities in both research topics.

Social Dynamics and Climate Change

Time Period: 
2016-2017

In relation to the COP 21 negotiations that will be held in Paris in December 2015, an interdisciplinary conference on “social dynamics and climate change” will be organized at the university Paris 1 Panthéon-­‐Sorbonne in October 2015. The aim of the conference is to offer a complementary perspective to the one highlighted by the negotiations by focusing on the bottom-­‐up social transformations that are and will be induced by climate challenge.

Antoine Mandel

Antoine Mandel is associate professor of applied mathematics at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a research fellow at the Centre d'économie de la Sorbonne. He holds a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from University Panthéon-Sorbonne and worked for two years as a post-doctoral fellow at the Potsdam Institute for Climate impact research. His research focuses on dynamic economic modeling and its applications to macroeconomcis and environmental policy.

Guillaume Robillard

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Guillaume Robillard is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Visual Arts and Film Studies. His research at Columbia University is on The Antillan cinema : seeking a specific space and temporality (Cinéma antillais (Guadeloupe, Martinique). He plans to visit Columbia from September 2016 to November 2016.

Beline Pasquini

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Beline Pasquini is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Archeology. Her research at Columbia University is on Trade flows and development corridors between the Rhône Valley and the North Sea. She plans to visit Columbia University in the Fall Semester of 2016.

Cecilia Pailhassar

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Cecilia Pailhassar is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Law. Her research at Columbia University is on The current American idea and use of counter-measures. She plans to visit Columbia Law School from June 2016 to August 2016.

Vincent Legeay

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Vincent Legeay is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Philosophy. His research at Columbia University is on The concept of aptitude in Spinoza’s corpus. He plans to visit Columbia University from February 2016 to June 2016.

Caterina Di Fazio

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Caterina Di Fazio is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Philosophy. Her research at Columbia University is on The Role of Motion and Emotions from Early Modern Europe (1513-1651) to the Discovery of Mirror Neurons. She plans to visit Columbia University from September 2016 to November 2016.

Julien Combe

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Julien Combe is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Economics. His research at Columbia University is on The Design of Teachers Assignment: Theory and Evidence. He plans to visit Columbia University from February 2016 to May 2016.

Asma Benhenda

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Asma Benhenda is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Economics. Her research at Columbia University is on What Happens When Teachers Miss School? Teacher Absence, Substitute Teachers and Student Achievement. She plans to visit Columbia from April 2016 to June 2016.

Isabella Seniuta

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Isabella Seniuta is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Art History. Her research at Columbia University is on The photography market between Paris and New York City from the 1970s to the 1990s. She plans to visit Columbia from April 2016 to June 2016.

Marie-Laure Mallet

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Marie-Laure Mallet is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Law. Her research at Columbia University is on The Role of Social Assistance Programs in the Socioeconomic Integration of Immigrants. She plans to visit Columbia from August 2016 to November 2016.

Mickael Le Borloch

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Mickael Le Borloch is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Law. His research at Columbia University is on The Conflict Between Copyright and Access to the Internet Regarding Hyperlinks Under American and French Laws. He plans to visit Columbia from September 2016 to November 2016.

Vanessa De Luca

Time Period: 
2016-2017

Vanessa De Luca is 2016-2017 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 University studying Philosophy. Her research at Columbia University is on Shame, Value and Reactive Attitude. She plans to visit Columbia from September 2015 to November 2016.

Law and Climate Change

 

CYCLE DE CONFERENCES SORBONNE - DROIT L’Ecole de Droit de la Sorbonne a le plaisir de vous inviter à la prochaine conférence du cycle de conférences Sorbonne-Droit au cours de laquelle M. Michael GERRARD Professeur à Columbia Law School Directeur, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law interviendra sur le sujet : LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE. 

From Sgraffio to Graffiti: Archaeology of a Gesture in the Early Modern Period

In recent decades, scholars have devoted particular attention to different forms of early modern graffiti and shown how the perception of writing and drawing on wall surfaces is relative to time and context. In the early modern era, graffiti were not necessarily singled out as intrusive or destructive acts distinct from other forms of writing or drawing, but were part of cultural as well as religious practices performed in a collective or an individual way.

Sabrina Abib

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Sabrina Abib is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Philosophy. Her research at Columbia University is on Function of government and ethical stakes of financial markets standards. She plans to visit Columbia from September 2015 to December 2015.

Clotilde Nouet

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Clotilde Nouet is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Philosophy. Her research at Columbia University is on The Ambiguities of the Public Sphere: Habermas and the Critique of the Philosophy of History.

Yann Drevet

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Yann Drevet is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Philosophy. His research at Columbia University is on Being or Having. Critique of Reciprocity in Domestic Law Through Niklas Luhmann’s Works. He plans to visit Columbia from February 2015 to March 2015.

Sarah Lazaar

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Sarah Lazaar is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Law. Her research at Columbia University is on The right to land and natural resources of minorities in Africa and its interaction with international arbitration. She plans to visit Columbia from August 2015 to November 2015.

Pierre Verschueren

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Pierre Verschueren is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying History. His research at Columbia University is on American philanthropic foundations and French higher education: the role of scientists' circulations in the reestablishment of physical sciences in France after the Second World War. He plans to visit Columbia from March 2015 to June 2015.

Yvan Bécard

Time Period: 
2015-2016
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Yvan  Bécard is 2015-2016 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Economics. His research at Columbia University is on The Source of Business Cycle Fluctuations. He plans to visit Columbia in September 2015.

Aline Caillet

Aline Calliet is a Paris 1-Columbia Alliance Visiting Professor. She is a Professor of Art Sciences at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and is currently visiting Columbia University in the 2015-2016 academic year.

Scribbles and Scribbling

Time Period: 
2015-2016

The main purpose of this research project is to conceive and create a Digital Platform in order to undertake a first inventory, mapping and cataloguing of Early Modern scribbles. Problematic access to these visual sources, which can be found among popular images as well as at the margins of artworks, makes it difficult to study them as a specific phenomenon.

Reconciling Platonism and Nominalism in the Philosophy of Mathematics

Time Period: 
2015-2016

The purpose of this project is to organize two international workshops, to be held in Paris at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and in New York at Columbia University, devoted to one of the topics currently center-stage in the philosophy of mathematics, namely, the possibility of reconciling Platonist and Nominalist accounts. For each workshop, we are planning to invite leading scholars in the field, both from Paris 1 and Columbia and from other universities and research centers in Europe and the Americas.

Leonard Laborie

Leonard Laborie holds a PhD in contemporary history from Paris-Sorbonne University. His dissertation dealt with international cooperation in the field of post and telecommunication from the 1850s to the 1950s and its articulation with the idea and project of a united Europe. He was a post-doc in 2008 at George Washington University (Fulbright scholarship) and in 2010 within the ANR funded project « Large technical networks and Democracy » (P.

Amelie Beaumont

Time Period: 
2014-2015
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Amelie Beaumont is 2014-2015 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Political Science. Her research at Columbia University is on Analyzing the production of luxury services in US hotels.

Amelie Beaumont

The Alliance Program’s Doctoral Mobility Grant will allow me to conduct research on luxury hotels in New York City as part of my doctoral research on the work of luxury employees. My aim is to contrast how luxury services are produced for high-end customers in France and in the United-States. Moreover, this program will give me the opportunity to meet with the faculty members of the department of sociology at Columbia University to discuss my work and improve my understanding of the discipline in the US.

Lucile Roche

Time Period: 
2014-2015
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Lucile Roche is 2014-2015 Doctoral Mobility Student. She is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Art History. Her research at Columbia University is on Representing the creation of the world : the cosmogonic model and its illustrations in the 18th century; Anna Hyatt Huntington's Joan of Arc sculpture in Paris.

Sylvestre Duroudier

Time Period: 
2014 - 2015
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Sylvestre Duroudier is 2014-2015 Doctoral Mobility Student. He is a PhD student from Paris 1 studying Geography. His research at Columbia University is on Spatial discontinuities and social division of space in intermediate cities of the United States of America.

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