MACÉ Serge, PhD

Coordinator of the Economics and Finance Department & Associate Professor, Member of the Economics research Centre

Speciality : Economics
Expertise : Behavioral Economics ; Economics Teaching

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Serge Macé, Ph.D, is Associate Professor of Economics and Coordinator of the Economics and Finance courses for the EDHEC Master programmes.. He joined EDHEC Business School as a full time faculty member in September 2013. He was previously an Associate Professor of Economics at the Catholic Institute of Lille. His research mostly deals with Behavioral Economics, and in particular with the concept of reference point that people use to make their judgement. He has recently published two papers in the field: "the curse of hope" in Theory and Decision (2017) and "Un faible espoir de guérison est-il toujours une bonne chose" (Revue Française d'économie, 2016). Serge Macé also possesses wide teaching experience of Economics at the university level (more than 10 000 hours). He has been awarded two prizes for pedagogical excellence.

Main academic publications

Theory and Decision (2017), Revue française d’Économie (2016), Journal de Gestion et d'Économie Médicale (2014), European Journal of Health Economic (2013), Review of Economics of the Household (2012), Économie Publique (2012), Journal of Economic Psychology (2011)

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