Lise Patureau

             

Professeur d’Economie

PSL - Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDa

 

Professor

PSL – University Paris-Daphine, LEDa

 

 

Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny

75775 Paris Cedex 16

France

Email : lise.patureau@dauphine.psl.eu

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CV (version française)                   Resume (English version)

 

Thèmes de recherche / Research interests

Publications

Documents de travail et travaux en cours / Working papers and work in progress
Enseignement / Teaching
Activités scientifiques et d’enseignement / Scientific and teaching responsabilities

 

 

 

 

Thèmes de recherche / Research interests

·        Macroéconomie internationale / International Macroeconomics

§  International interdependence, labour market frictions, fiscal policy

§  Exchange rate dynamics, monetary policy and market imperfections

·        Nouvelles Théories du commerce International / New Trade Theory

§  Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment and firms’ location decisions, interaction with labour market institutions, Trade costs

 

Publications

 

 

·                « Reforms and the Real Exchange Rate: The Role of Pricing-to-Market », with C. Poilly, 2019, Journal of International Economics, 119, pp. 150-168, Article, Online Appendix

 

·                « Labor market institutions and firms’ location choices  », with V. Delbecque and I. Méjean, Review of World Economics, 2014, 150 (1), pp 115-148, Article

 

Working paper version: « Social competition and firms’ location choices», with V. Delbecque &  I. Méjean, CEPII Working paper 2008-12CEPII Working Paper 2008-12

 

·         « Labor Market Frictions and the International Propagation Mechanism », 2012, Journal of Macroeconomics, 34, 199–222

 

·         « Location decisions and Minimum Wages », with I. Méjean, 2010, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 40 (2010) 45–59

 

·         « Business cycle comovement and labor market institutions: An empirical investigation », with R. Fonseca et T. Sopraseuth, Review of International Economics, 18(5), 865–881

 

·         « Divergence in labor market institutions and International Business Cycles», with R. Fonseca et T. Sopraseuth, 2009, Annales d’Economie et Statistique n° 95/96, July-December 2009

 

·          "Limited Participation and Exchange Rate Dynamics: Does Theory Meet the Data ? ", 2008, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, with F. Karamé & T. Sopraseuth, 32 (8), pp. 1041-1087

·"Pricing-to-Market, Limited Participation and Exchange Rate Dynamics", 2007, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 31, p. 3281-3320, Appendix

·          "Overshooting and the Exchange Rate Disconnect Puzzle : A Reappraisal", 2004, with J.O. Hairault & T. Sopraseuth, Journal of International Money and Finance, 24 (3), pp. 615-643

·         "Le surajustement du taux de change : une évaluation quantitative en équilibre général ", with J-O. Hairault & T. Sopraseuth, Revue Economique, mai 2002, p. 689-697

·        "Dornbusch revisited", 2004, with J-O. Hairault & T. Sopraseuth
in: J-O. Hairault & T. Sopraseuth (Eds), Exchange rate Dynamics, Routledge Editions, London

Documents de travail et travaux en cours / Working papers and work in progress

 

·           « Reform Packages in a Small Open Economy», with F. Langot et T. Sopraseuth. Previously circulated as : « Optimal fiscal devaluation», Cepremap Working paper 1202, IZA Discussion Paper 6624

 

·           « International Transport Costs: New findings from modeling additive costs », with G. Daudin and J. Héricourt, CEPII working paper 2018-10, revision to the Journal of Economic Geography, Article, Online Appendix

 

·           «Quantifying the financial accelerator across countries », with J. Héricourt and J. Imbs, mimeo

 

·           « Sovereign debt and the Equity risk Premium », with G. Vermandel, mimeo

 

 

 

Enseignement / Teaching

 

PhD Courses                 

Macroeconomics (English-spoken course)

            International Macroeconomics

Introduction to Stochastic Simulation Methods

 

Graduate Courses               

Macroeconomics of Growth (French and English-spoken courses)

            Macroeconomics of Fluctuations (English-spoken Course)

Labor Economics (English-spoken Course)

            European Economic Geography

Economic Policy

International Macroeconomics

 

 

Undergraduate Courses     

Statistics and Probabilities

History of Economic Thought

Macroeconomics, Open Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Policy in Europe

International Economics

 

 

Activités scientifiques et d’enseignement / Scientific and teaching responsabilities

 

·         Director of the Master in Quantitative Economics, PSL- University Paris-Dauphine, since 2019

·         Senior member of the RIEF network (Research in International Economics and Finance), since June 2015

·         Member of the Scientific Committee of the T2M network (Theories and Methods in Macroeconomics), since September 2014

·         Editorial member of the journal La Revue Economique, since September 2014

·         Member of the Directing Committee of the French Economic Association (AFSE), since September 2014, President of the Malinvaud Price (2018, 2019)