ENS Paris-Saclay Economics Centre (CEPS)

The CEPs structures its research around a range of different subject areas linked to, in particular, international economics, applied microeconomics and public economics, with a focus on quantitative techniques and modelling.

Bâtiment Sud-ouest - 2A15
4, avenue des Sciences
91190 Gif-sur-Yvette
Tel. 33 (1) 81 87 53 30


Director: FARID.TOUBAL [at] ens-paris-saclay.fr (Farid TOUBAL)

List of teaching researchers

  • Nicolas.DROUHIN [at] ens-cachan.fr (Nicolas DROUHIN) (MDC)
  • Guy.Gilbert [at] ens-cachan.fr (Guy GILBERT) (PU, Professor Emeritus)
  • hubert.kempf [at] ens-cachan.fr (Hubert KEMPF) (PU)
  • pannequin [at] ecogest.ens-cachan.fr (François PANNEQUIN )(MDC)
  • Jean-christophe.TAVANTI [at] ens-cachan.fr (Jean-Christophe TAVANTI )(MDC)
  • FARID.TOUBAL [at] ens-paris-saclay.fr (Farid TOUBAL) (PU)
  • thomas.vendryes [at] ens-cachan.fr (Thomas VENDRYES) (MDC)

Research and projects

The main areas of research: international economics, applied microeconomics and public economics.

ENS Paris-Saclay BOOSTER

This collaboration project is overseen by three professors:

The project revolves around an initial research topic relating to analysing tax avoidance strategies by companies. A second look into the impact of environmental regulations on multinationals’ operations.


The four scientific areas covered by the Paris-Saclay Idex’s Institute for Monitoring and Decisions revolve around four research initiatives (RI):