Events & Seminars

Events & Seminars2024-04-05T22:22:19+02:00

Upcoming Events

RIEF PhD Meeting: 2024 edition

The 2024 RIEF Doctoral Meeting is coming soon! It will be held at the University Paris-Dauphine-PSL on April 25-26, 2024, and some RITM Faculty economists will participate in this event.

The RIEF board has put together an exciting program with two keynote lectures, Meredith Crowley and Thomas Sampson, and 15 PhD papers grouped in 8 parallel sessions.

The PhD participants will run for the “CEPREMAP Prize for the Best Student Paper“. We are looking forward to this event!

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Economics Paris-Saclay PhD Meeting: 2024 edition

The Université Paris-Saclay, CEPS, PSAE, and RITM are organizing the 2024 edition of the Economics PhD Meeting on the 30th of May 2024 at the AgroParis-Saclay Campus (PSAE). This meeting is intended for all PhD candidates in Economics affiliated with the University of Paris-Saclay. Here is the Call for applications. PhD students are invited to submit a paper to by April 30, 2024, indicating their year of registration and research center.

Presentations may be held in a seminar or poster session, depending on the number of submissions. Advanced PhDs will be given priority for seminar sessions.

Interdisciplinary Workshop against LGBT+phobias

Clotilde Coron and Léa Dorion co-organize a research day against LGBT+ phobias on May 17, 2024, at the Faculty of Law-Economics-Management, Room Georges Vedel, Building G, from 9 AM to 6 PM.

This workshop is part of the International Day against LGBT phobia (lesbophobia, gayphobia, biphobia, transphobia), which takes place every year on May 17, a symbolic date chosen because of the removal of homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses by the WHO on May 17, 1990 (this did not happen until 2019 for transidentity). This workshop will bring together researchers in social sciences working on sexual orientation and/or gender identity and LGBT+ populations. 

The program will be multi-disciplinary and span various social sciences: Law, Economics, Management, Sociology, and Political Science. Some RITM faculty members will participate in this event:

Interdisciplinary Workshop “Better information to transform food behavior.”

To close the TRANSCALE research project on “Better information to transform food behavior,” which was awarded the MSH Paris-Saclay label in 2022, Lydiane Nabec and Stephan Marette co-organize an interdisciplinary workshop on the challenges and limits of environmental labeling.

This workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at the AgroParis-Saclay campus, from 9 AM to 2 PM.

The program will span Economics, Management, and Public Health and tackle the following questions that are crucial for policymakers:

  • How can we guide consumers toward more environmentally friendly food choices?
  • How can we inform consumers about food products’ environmental impact and nutritional quality?
  • How can standardized nutrition labeling be deployed at the European level to meet public health challenges?
  • Are nutritional warnings more or less effective than Nutri-Scores?
  • What trade-offs do consumers face between their health and the environment?

To register, please send an email to Sandrine Soubadou:

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