The Economics and social sciences department studies the social and economic transformations brought about by digital technology. It belongs to the i3 research laboratory (Interdisciplinary Institute of Innovation, CNRS UMR 9217). The department has around 110 staff members, including 35 research professors, around 30 associate professors and 40 postdocs and PhD students, as well as five administrative staff members.
There are three teams in The Economics and Social Sciences Department:
The Economics and social sciences department is made up of researchers from various fields of human, economic and social sciences: Sociology, Economics, Management Sciences, Ergonomics, Design, Psychosociology, Law.
The research activities are held within the Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation (i3), CNRS Mixed Research Unit 9217. They are organized into four main axes.
- Uses, participation, democratisation of innovation
- Theory and models for design
- Regulations of innovation
- Transformations of innovative firms
New Heroism: a paradoxical model of successFaculty Members — 30/05/2022Olivier Fournout deciphers the DNA of successful behaviour and proposes a theory on the paradoxical injunctions of today's world.
Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation conferenceData Science & AI, Digital Economy — 13/05/2022The Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation brought together scholars and experts [...]
Trustworthy and Responsible AI Lab by Axa and Sorbonne UniversityDigital Trust, Data Science & AI — 03/05/2022Several members of the OpAIE team attended the inaugural seminar of the Trustworthy and [...]
Review: one year of researchFaculty Members, Innovation — 28/04/2022The generously illustrated 94-page document depicts the great variety of scientific fields, research projects and applications generated [...]
A strategy for nations’ best interests (MACE magazine)Faculty Members — 18/01/2022By Gérard Pogorel, professor emeritus of economics at Télécom Paris: True strategic autonomy will do much to [...]
Spirit of revival (MACE Magazine)Digital Economy, Faculty Members — 15/10/2021By Gérard Pogorel, Emeritus Professor of Economics: European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel explains how the New European Bauhaus [...]
Understanding data by touching itDesign interaction perception, Faculty Members — 04/06/2021To read and understand data, Samuel Huron is developing tools that allow us to handle data physically.
Shedding some light on black box algorithmsData Science & AI, Faculty Members — 07/04/2021Winston Maxwell, legal researcher, and Florence d’Alché-Buc, researcher in machine learning, both at Télécom [...]
#TélécomiennesInTech - Testimonial on the place of women in the digital world— 26/03/2021Valérie Beaudouin, professor in the SES department at Télécom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris and part [...]
David Bounie: analysis of the digital technologies and payment industriesDigital Economy, Faculty Members — 22/03/2021In ILB Brief Risk Forum series, David Bounie, professor of economics at Télécom Paris and [...]
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