Alexandre Fischman

Welcome to my advanced interactive curriculum vitae.

This project was born with the will to fight information asymmetry and to allow you to have a better insight on my studies. As you will see I am passionate about economics and political sciences, and here you will find my works as a student in different topics. I hope that those essays may be useful to you and I am very glad to share them. Here is a section devoted to the main course I followed during my studies, it provides some useful website links and books references. I will keep this website up to date and upload my future  papers with the same free access mentality. Feel free to send me an email if needed, I wish you a lot of profitable food for thought.

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Work Experience

  • endMars 2015

    Financial Attaché

    Economic Services of the French Embassy in Alger (Algeria)

  • April 2012Sept 2012


    NERA Economic Consulting

  • Aug 2010Jun 2010

    Research Assistant

    Paris School of Economics


  • MA 2014

    Master of Arts in European Public Policy

    King’s College London

  • MRes 2011

    Master 2 Recherche in Empirical and Theoretical Economics

    Paris School of Economics

  • BSc 2010

    Licence in Econometrics

    Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • MSc 2012

    Master 2 Professionnel in Organization, Strategy and Information (systems) Consultancy

    Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • Magister 2011

    Magistère in Economics

    Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Centre of Interests

  • behavioural economics
  • economic theory of justice
  • industrial organization
  • monetary economics
  • policy evaluation
  • policy process


  • 2012-2013
    Master of Arts (MA) in European Public Policy

    The MA in European Public Policy provides conceptual and research tools for the critical analysis of public policy and a broad political and historical approach to European & International Studies. It brings together the Department of European & International Studies and the Public Policy programme, offering students what is distinctive to each -a focus on developing conceptual and research tools for the critical analysis of public policy and a broad political and historical approach to European & International Studies.

  • 2011-2012
    Master 2 Professionnel (MSc) in Organization, Strategy and Information (systems) Consultancy

    The MSc in Organization, Strategy and Information (systems) Consultancy is hosted by the University Paris I but it also have a strong partnership with the École nationale supérieure de techniques avancées (ENSTA) and is opened to both students coming from university and Grande École. The purpose this Master is to mingle students in engineering, business school and university in order to train future consultant. This miscegenation of the students’ initials cultures -scientific, academic and commercial- with its wild openness to the world creates the perfect framework to release individuals’ potential.

  • 2010-2011
    Master 2 Recherche (MRes) in Empirical and Theoretical Economics

    The Paris School of Economics is a French research institute of international standing in Economics, at the forefront in many different Economic domains. The School is engaged in a novel project to participate in both the elaboration of sophisticated tools of economic analysis, and their application to policy at both the public and private level. The ETE Graduate Program “Theory and Empirical Methods in Economics » of University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne in the Paris School of Economics selects around 60 students to offer them a top level teaching for research through research activities in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, or International Economics. The teaching programme of the Master aims to provide a deep understanding of: the methods of microeconomic and macroeconomic theory; the theory and the practice of econometrics; a deep knowledge of the international trade, international finance and economic geography theories.

  • 2008-2011
    Magistère in Economics

    This Magistère allows students to receive a formation comparable to Graduate Schools’ courses in the American Ivy League. It has been one of the first institution to implement a collaboration between French Universities and Grandes Ecoles, since it has been cohabilitated by the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS). Thus it escape a too strong specialisation (an often trait of French universities) and avoid the dichotomy between economics and quantitative methods. The teaching aim to train, in three years, operational economist at an international level. The main formation ensure a perfect proficiency in economic analyses, and more specifically in quantitative techniques, formalisation and modelling. The training through research is an essential aspect of the pedagogic project. At the end students appear as economic engineers endow with a real economic expertise.

  • 2007-2010
    Bsc in Econometrics

    The volume and the variety of information collected and made available for decision makers are in quasi-exponential growth. The era of big data has now arrived. The aim of this BSc in Econometrics is to provide students with the tools to reorganize, process and analyse the information contained in this considerable amount of data.

Work Experience

  • In Progress
    Financial Attaché at theEconomic Regional Services of the DG Trésor within the French Embassy in Alger (Algeria)
    The "Direction générale du Trésor" is a key actor of the french state apparatus : it runs economic analyses and advises the government on the elaboration and the implementation of its policies.

    The Regional Economic Services monitors and provides information about the local economic situations, issues and needs.

  • 6 months
    Intern in Transfer Pricing and Intellectual Properties at NERA Economic Consulting

    NERA Economic Consulting is a global firm of experts dedicated to applying economic, finance, and quantitative principles to complex business and legal challenges. For over half a century, NERA’s economists have been creating strategies, studies, reports, expert testimony, and policy recommendations for government authorities and the world’s leading law firms and corporations. They bring academic rigour, objectivity, and real world industry expertise to bear on issues arising from competition, regulation, public policy, strategy, finance, and litigation.

    The Transfer Pricing team in Paris works with leading multinational corporations and other clients in determining and implementing value-creating business strategies and economically sound transaction structures. Current focus includes arm's length pricing of cross-border transactions, valuation of business entities and intellectual property, and other business planning and controversy resolutions. The Intern responsibilities include developing detailed financial and economic models, and conducting quantitative, statistical and comparative valuation analyses, online research, performing thorough reviews and analysis of financial statements and company annual reports.

  • 3 months
    Research Assistant at the Paris School of Economics

    I have always been passionate by macroeconomics. However, I also wanted to understand the microeconomics foundation of the macroeconomics. Therefore in my last year of bachelor I wrote a dissertation whose title was ‘rationality and chess players’. I made this work during a three month internship as a research assistant under the supervision of G. Hollard and J. de Sousa. The idea was to study how well the game theory could predict the actual behavior of agents of the economy. We ran experimentation in the Paris’ chess tournament in July 2010. Our goal consisted in using chess player ranking, known as ELO ranking, to match it with the cognitive hierarchy theory.

    The data collected during the experimental economic process have been used in the publication: J. Sousa, G. Hollard, A. Terracol (2012), “Do non-strategic players really exist? Evidence from experimental games involving step reasoning”, Mimeo.