Internship Report: The Brattle Group

Where did you do your internship and what was your role? I worked as a Research Analyst Intern at the Brattle Group in London for a period of three months. The Brattle Group is an international consulting firm focused on economic and financial analysis predominantly in the utility and energy sectors. During my internship, I … Continue reading Internship Report: The Brattle Group

Interview with Jean-Dominique Criscuolo, in charge of University Partnerships and Pre-recruitment for BNP Paribas

BNP Paribas has maintained long-term relationships with the world of academia so as to develop a privileged relationship with students and thus attract those who best fit our needs. The Toulouse School of Economics is of course one of these schools. The excellent degrees on offer are particularly appreciated in our line of work. Thus, … Continue reading Interview with Jean-Dominique Criscuolo, in charge of University Partnerships and Pre-recruitment for BNP Paribas

Interview with Marianne Fay

Marianne Fay is the Chief Economist for Sustainable Development Vice Presidency at the World Bank. She holds a PhD in Economics from Columbia University. Previously, she served as the Chief Economist for Climate Change. She has contributed to many papers and books on topics like infrastructure, climate change, urbanization, and decarbonisation. The TSEconomist team met … Continue reading Interview with Marianne Fay

Interview with Ariel Pakes

Biography Ariel Pakes is the Thomas Professor of Economics at Harvard, where he teaches courses in Industrial Organization and Econometrics. His research has focused on developing methods for empirically analyzing market responses to environmental and policy changes, and has done work for a number of consultancies, government agencies, and large firms. Much of his methodological … Continue reading Interview with Ariel Pakes

Saving la Manufacture des Tabacs – The making of a political thriller: Interview with Bernard Durand

The Manufacture des Tabacs is an iconic landmark of the late 19th century, representing industrial architecture in France. Being the formerly biggest employee of -predominantly female— workers in the pink city, the building preserves and maintains the outstanding heritage of Toulousain culture. Yet, in 1988 it was on the verge of being destroyed. This is … Continue reading Saving la Manufacture des Tabacs – The making of a political thriller: Interview with Bernard Durand