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economics professor

Jean-Michel Glachant, French economics professor. Member of European School New Institutional Economics (board directors), International Society New Institutional Economics since 2005.

Background

Glachant, Jean-Michel was born on June 28, 1950 in Ham, Franc.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Paris.

Career

Professor economics University Paris Sud, Sceaux, France, since 2000. Director, deputy director Research Center Analysis and Theory Organizations and Markets, La Sorbonne University, Paris, 1990—2000. Partner Electricity Policy Research Group Cambridge (England) University, 2005.

Invited professor Federal University Rio de Janeiro, 2002, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2005, Florence (Italy) School Regulation, 2005. Member Research and Development committee French Engineering Institute, 2001. Partner Florence School Regulation, 2005.

Member European Energy Institute, Louvain University, 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: The Economics of Contracts. Theories and Applications, 2002, editor (with Eric Brousseau: Competition in European Electricity Markets. A Cross-country Comparison, Edward Elgar, 2003, editor: textbook New Institutional Economic, 2006, editor (with F. Lévêque): Electricity Reform in Europe: Towards a Single Energy Market, 2006.

Membership

Member of European School New Institutional Economics (board directors), International Society New Institutional Economics since 2005.

Connections

3 children.