2014 Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to Jean Tirole
FEEM is very honored of its collaboration with professor Jean Tirole, who has been awarded today the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences "for his analysis of market power and regulation".
The French professor received the award for his contributions on the regulation of large companies and in recent years has been Lecturer at FEEM (May 12, 2009: “New Finance, New Rules”) and has published several works in FEEM’s working papers series “Note di Lavoro”, including an interview in Italian, Nuove regole, nuova finanza, in FEEM's journal "Equilibri".
All of the works published by Prof. Jean Tirole in FEEM’s "Note di Lavoro/Working Paper" series were later published in peer-reviewed journals:
- Nota di Lavoro 78.1993, Environmental Policy, Compliance and Innovation (with Jean-Jacques Laffont) "Environmental Policy, Compliance and Innovation", European Economic Review, vol. 38, n. 3-4, Elsevier, April 1994, p. 555-562.
- Nota di Lavoro 42.1994, A Note on Environmental Innovation (with Jean-Jacques Laffont) "Pollution Permits and Environmental Innovation", Journal of Public Economics, vol. 62, n. 1-2, October 1996, p. 127-140.
- Nota di Lavoro 43.1994, Pollution Permits and Compliance Strategies (with Jean-Jacques Laffont) "Pollution Permits and Compliance Strategies", Journal of Public Economics, vol. 62, n. 1, October 1996, p. 85-125.
- Nota di Lavoro 43.1996, Advocates (with Mathias Dewatripont) "Advocates", Journal of Political Economy, vol. 107, n. 1, February 1999, p. 1-39.
Nota di Lavoro 57.2009, Collective Moral Hazard, Maturity Mismatch and Systemic Bailouts (with Emmanuel Farhi) "Collective Moral Hazard, Maturity Mismatch and Systemic Bailouts", American Economic Review, vol. 102, February 2012, p. 60-93.
Nota di Lavoro 23.2010, Individual and Corporate Social Responsibility (with Roland Bénabou) Individual and Corporate Social Responsibility, Economica, vol. 77, n.
305, 2010, p. 1-19
- Nota di Lavoro 78.2010, Illiquidity and all its Friends – "Illiquidity and all its Friends", Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 49, n. 2, June 2011, p. 287-325. doi:10.1257/jel.49.2.287
On the occasion of FEEM’s 20th anniversary in 2009, Prof. Tirole stated that "over the last twenty years, FEEM has built a strong international network and its research has left its imprint in a variety of fields, from environmental economics to industrial structures, from privatization to corporate governance. A success story for policy-oriented academic research".
Today, we once again thank professor Jean Tirole for his support, but first of all we wish to extend our warmest congratulations for this prestigious award.