Postgraduate courses (in English) - U. of Versailles (2012 - 2014)

Dynamics of innovation, Master 2 Eco'noving
  • Introduction: Innovation, a Dynamic Process
  • Part 1: How to Assess the Full Value of Innovations?
    • Is the iPhone a Disruptive Innovation?
    • Moving Ecosystems and Dynamic Compétition : the Personal Electric Vehicle case
  • Part 2: Technological Spillovers and Location of R&D activities
  • Part 3: Dynamics of Innovative Industries
    • Industrial Dynamics
    • Application to the ICT sector


Economics of Intellectual Property, Master 2 Eco'noving, 2013 - 2014 (Outline Coming soon)



Postgraduate courses (in French) - U. Paris Sud (2013 - 2014)

Innovation et développement durable, M2 Ingénierie de l'innovation (co-conducted with Isabelle Nicolaï)


Part 1 (by Isabelle Nicolaï) : INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • Chapter 1: Green Business, Innovation and Growth
    • What is "Green Business"?
    • The challenges of Green Business
    • Green Business, Economic Growth and "Creative Destruction"
    • How to fund Green Business?
  • Chapter 2: Eco-innovation - Definition and characteristics
    • Technical Progress and the strong sustainability theory
    • What is a sustainable model of production?
    • Different kind of eco-innovation


Part 2 (by Julien Pillot) : ECONOMISTS, INNOVATION AND ENVIRONMENTS - FROM THEORIES TO PRACTICE
  • Chapter 1: General Insights
    • Where does innovation takes place?
    • What does innovation mean?
    • What are "innovation economists" for?
    • How to fund Green Business?
  • Chapter 2: Focus on classic models for innovation
    • Traditional industrial organization
    • Innovation as a dynamic process
    • The specific case of disruptive innovation
  • Chapter 3: How to manage disruptive innovations ?
    • Assessing the impact of disruptive innovation on market structures on ex-post basis : the smartphone case
    • Finding a coherent path to a disruption to occur on ex-ante basis : the personal electric vehicle case
  • Chapter 4: Impact of Regulation on Eco-Innovation
    • The Porter Hypothesis
    • Empirical Results

Undergraduate courses (in French) - U. of Nice & U. of Versailles

Open Economy and Monetary Economics, Licence 2, 2010 - 2014


Part 1 : Money & Inflation
  • Chapter 1: Money - Types and Functions
    • Money's essential properties
    • Central banks and the money stock control
  • Chapter 2: Money and Inflation
    • The Quantity Theory of Money
    • Costs linked to inflation
  • Chapter 3: Inflation & Unemployment
    • The Phillips Curve (short-term and long-term)
    • The costs for reducing inflation (sacrifice ratio and "Thatcher's disinflation")

Part 2 : The IS/LM Model
  • Chapter 1: The money market equilibrium - The LM Curve
    • The keynesian's demand of money
    • The modelling
    • Unbalanced market and adjustment mechanisms
  • Chapter 2: The goods and services market equilibrium - The LS Curve
    • Consumption, Investment and Public expenditures
    • The Modelling
    • Unbalanced market and adjustment mechanisms
    • Underemployment equilibrium
    • The multiplier effects
  • Chapter 3: Global equilibrium and expansionary policies
    • The IS/LM equilibirum
    • Comparated effects of expansionary policies


Part 3 : Open macroeconomics
  • Chapter 1: The evolution of Capitalism since Bretton Woods
    • The Bretton Woods agreements
    • Understanding global trades : An historic perspective
  • Chapter 2: The exchange rate theories
    • General principles
    • The purchasing power parity (PPP) and the Big-Mac Index
    • The Interest Rate Parity
  • Chapter 3: The IS/LM/BP Model
    • The BP components
    • BP equilibirum and exchange rate regimes
  • Chapter 4: Monetary Sovereignty and Capital Mobility
    • The Monetary Sovereignty of "little Economies"
    • Externalities flowing from budgetary policies : the over-reaction effect
    • Monetary areas : pro and cons


Part 4 : Credit-based Economies and Financial Markets
  • The loanable funds market and the involountary saving process
  • Economic cycles and banking practices : the Minsky analysis
  • Washington consensus vs. Post-keynesianism
  • Concluding debate on the sovereign debt crisis in Europe


Tutorial in Macroeconomics, Licence 1, 2007 - 2012