Séminaire Europe & Liberté à Aix-en-Provence 8 au 11 juillet 2024

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    July 8, 2024 4:30 pm
  • End Date
    July 11, 2024 2:00 pm
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IES-Europe organise des séminaires "Europe et Liberté" depuis 1989. En 2024, le séminaire d'Aix-en-Provence en lanqgue française rassemblera une quinzaine d'étudiants qui interagiront durant les pauses avec une autre quinzaine d'étudiants qui suivront eux un séminaire similaire en lanque anglaise. Si vous désirez suivre le sémainire en lanque anglaise, basculez sur la page anglaise de ce site.

L'objet du séminaire et d'offrir une introduction générale à la pensée classique libérale telle que développée par Locke, Smith, Turgot, Say, Mises, Hayek et bien d'autres.

Le séminaire suit la tradition socratique: les conférences ne font pas plus de 45 minutes et sont suivies par des temps d'échange entre le conférencier et les participants. Les débats se poursuivent ensuite de façon informelle autour des repas et temps libres.

Les étudiants désireux de participer doivent faire acte de candidature. Pour cela il suffit de cliquer sur l'onglet "candidature/inscription" et de renseigner les différentes rubriques.

Emmanuel Martin
Economist
Aix Marseille University
E. Martin teaches Economics and Public policies at Aix-Marseille University.
Antoine Gentier
Professor of Economics
Aix-Marseille University, France
Antoine Gentier is Professor of Economics at Aix-Marseille University. He is also director of the Master's degree in Business, Law and Economics and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Economists and Humane Studies, a scientific journal dedicated to the Austrian school of economics. His research interests include monetary and banking economics, bank management, financial and banking analysis of firms and banks, taking into account the contributions of the Austrian school of economics and free banking. He co-edited with François Facchini the book L'École Autrichienne de A à Z (The Austrian School from A to Z).
Philippe Nemo
Professor of Political and Social Philosophy
ESCP Europe
Philippe Nemo is a professor of political and social philosophy and historian of French political ideas at ESCP Europe. His fields of research range from liberalism, in particular Friedrich Hayek, of which he is the main French specialist, to the history of political ideas, the idea of the West and the republican idea. He has also published studies on the problem of education and contemporary pedagogy.
Pierre Bentata
Associate Professor Economics
Aix-Marseille University
Pierre Bentata is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Law of Aix Marseille University. Previously, he was director of Rinzen and professor at the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes - SCBS.  His books include: Des jeunes sans histoire (Youth without issues, Libréchange 2016), Les désillusions de la liberté (Desillusions of Freedom, Ed. Observatoire 2018), L'aube des idoles (The Dawn of Idols, Ed. Observatoire 2019), De l'esprit de servitude au XXI siècle ( The Spirit of Servitude in the XXIst century, Ed. Observatoire 2021) and Tous notés (All rated, Ed. Observatoire 2023).
Renaud Fillieule
Professor of Sociology
University of Lille
Jean-Philippe Feldman
Lawyer and Professor
Sciences Po Paris
Jean-Philippe Feldman is a former associate professor of law, lecturer at Sciences Po and lawyer at the Paris Court. His latest book is "Exception française. Histoire d'une société bloquée de l'Ancien Régime à Emmanuel Macron" (The French exception - The History of an Inflexible Society from Ancient Regime to Emmanuel Macron) published by Editions Odile Jacob.
Nathalie Janson
Professor of Economics and Finance
NEOMA Business School
Nathalie Janson is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Finance Department at NEOMA Business School. She obtained her PhD in Economics from the University of Paris I-La Sorbonne in collaboration with the ESSEC PhD programme. She teaches courses in Economics, Money and Banking and Fintech Regulation in the initial training programmes in English Track. Her research focuses on monetary policy issues, banking regulation and crypto-currencies.
François Facchini
Professor of Economics
University of Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
François Facchini is Professor of Economics at the University of Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris. His two main areas of research are public finance and the relationship between entrepreneurship and economic development. These themes are treated within the framework of neo-institutionalist doctrine and two of its currents: the Austrian school and public choice theory. His publications include L'école autrichienne de A à Z (Austrian Economics from A to Z) and more recently Les dépenses publiques en France (Public spending in France).
Pierre Garello
Professor of Economics
Universite Aix-Marseille
President of IES-Europe and Editor-in-Chief of both the Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines and Journal des Libertés, Pierre Garello is Professor of Economics at the Faculté d’Economie et Gestion of Aix Marseille University in France. He has published various articles on Austrian economics, law and economics (especially competition law and contract law). He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines, a scholarly review dealing with economic, legal, philosophical and political issues, in the tradition of the French Classical Liberal School.
Event Details
  • Days
    Hours
    Min
    Sec
  • Start Date
    July 8, 2024 4:30 pm
  • End Date
    July 11, 2024 2:00 pm
  • Status
    Upcoming