Bertrand Garbinti nommé membre de l’HCFEA
Bertrand Garbinti a été nominé « Personnalité qualifiée, membre de la formation spécialisée dans le champ de la famille » au Haut Conseil de la famille, de l’enfance et de l’âge
Anna Simoni appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Econometrics
Senior researcher at CNRS, affiliated to CREST, and professor of statistics and econometrics at ENSAE and Ecole Polytechnique, Anna Simoni becomes Associate Editor of the Journal of Econometrics.
Three former CREST PhD students won a prize for their PhD thesis
Andreea Enache, Manon Garrouste, and Arnaud Philippe have receive a prize from the Chancellerie des Universités de Paris for their PhD thesis.
Arnaud Goussebaile awarded the Ernest Meyer Prize for his thesis
Ernst Meyer Prize awarded to Dr Arnaud Goussebaïle for doctoral thesis on Prevention and Insurance of Natural Disasters.
Cristina Butucea selected as Institute of Mathematical Statistics Fellow
Professor Cristina Butucea has been selected as Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) Fellow. The title is fivent for her deep and original contributions to non-parametric statistics, inverse problems, and quantum statistics.
Francis Kramarz Elected as Society of Labor Economists Fellow
Professor Francis Kramarz has been named a fellow of the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE). The honorary title is given to those who have made “contributions of unusual distinction” to the field of labor economics.
Xavier d’Haultfoeuille won the 2019 AFSE Malinvaud Prize
Xavier d’Haultfoeuille won the 2019 AFSE Malinvaud Prize. For is paper “Fuzzy Differences-in-Differences” publised in the Review of Economic Studies (2018), co-authored with Clément de Chaisemartin.
Médaille de bronze du CNRS 2019
Anna Simoni, Chercheuse en économie, a reçu la médaille de bronze du CNRS 2019 qui récompense le premier travail d’un chercheur ou enseignant-chercheur prometteur dans son domaine.
“Interplay of minimax estimation and minimax support recovery under sparsity” was selected as the Best Student Paper at ALT-2019
The paper “Interplay of minimax estimation and minimax support recovery under sparsity” by Mohamed Ndaoud, PhD candidate in Statistics at CREST, was selected as the Best Student Paper at The 30th International Conference on Algorithmic Learning Theory (ALT-2019)
Sortie de l’ouvrage: Plus de marché pour plus d’Etat de Philippe Tibi et Francis Kramarz
Ouvrage nominé pour le Grand prix Turgot 2017, du meilleur livre d’économie financière
Creating a sustainable global food supply chain: the WINnERS Project
The WINNERS project has developed a new technology based on large data sets, supercomputing, and satellite data that would quantify the risk of time variability and thus create a sustainable global food supply chain for decades to come.