Sébastien JEAN
CEPII
113, rue de Grenelle
75007 Paris, France
sebastien.jean (at) cepii.fr
   
  Update 2016-11-15
     
Director, Centre d'études prospectives et d'informations internationales (CEPII), Paris, France.  
Senior Scientist (Directeur de recherche), Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA - French Institute for Agronomic Research), INRA-AgroParisTech Joint Research Unit "Public Economics", Paris.  
Affiliate member, CESifo Research Network, Munich, Germany.  
Policy Associate, GEP, University of Nottingham, UK.  
Member of the GTAP Consortium's Advisory Board (Global Trade Analysis Project, Purdue University, USA).  
Member of the Editorial Board of the review OECD Journal: Economic Studies (formerly OECD Economic Studies).  
RECENTLY ISSUED  
  Posts on CEPII’s blog on various issues linked to international economic policy.  
  La politique commerciale européenne au risque de la « paralysie » Le Monde (version électronique), 8 November 2016 (reproduit sur le blog du CEPII)  
  Trump dans le magasin de porcelaine des relations commerciales internationales La Tribune, 11 November 2016  
  Vue d’ensemble : la montée des tensions in L’économie mondiale 2017, La Découverte, 2016.  
  Une brève histoire des mondialisations commerciales with Jules Hugot and Michel Fouquin, in L’économie mondiale 2017, La Découverte, 2016.  
  Granting market economy status to China in the EU: An economic impact assessment with Cecilia Bellora, CEPII Policy Brief, September 2016.  
  Do regional trade agreements really boost trade? Evidence from agricultural products with Jean-Christophe Bureau, Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv) 152, 477-499, 2016.  
  Competing Liberalizations: Tariffs and Trade in the 21st Century with Jean-Christophe Bureau and Houssein Guimbard, CEPII Working Paper 2016-12, May 2016, CEPII.  
     
Main research interests:
- International trade
- Trade policies
- Computable general equilibrium models
- Agricultural economics
- Development economics
- Migrations
- Foreign investment
- Labour economics