Claire Lelarge

Claire Lelarge

Permanent

Professor of Economics

Faculté Jean Monnet
54, Boulevard Desgranges
92330 SCEAUX

Office: A 106

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Claire Lelarge is a professor of economics at Paris-Sud since September 2018. She is also a research affiliate with CEPR. Prior to that, she has held positions at the French Statistical Intstitute, at the French Ministry for Industry (Direction Générale des Entreprises), at the French central bank and at the OECD. She has also been a researcher at CREST (Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique) and visited the Center for Economic Performance of the London School of Economics in 2010/2011. She specializes in the analysis of firms’ dynamics and organizational strategies.

Fields of Research

Firms’ organizations and dynamics, corporate finance

University and Community Service

Member of CAE (Conseil d’Analyse Economique)

Member of CNEPI (Commission Nationale d’Evaluation des Politiques d’Innovation)

Teaching

International economics (L2)

Industrial and Innovation Policy (M1 IES)

Applied economics seminar (L2)

Research Dissemination

Posts on VoxEu

Chapters in Books

·        C.L. (2009), “Innovation and IPRs in a Panel of OECD Countries“, in OECD, Innovation in Firms – A Microeconomic Perspective, Paris.

 Administrative Reports and Other Publications

·        Luis Garicano, C.L., John Van Reenen (2017), “Size-based regulations and firm growth: is small beautiful?“, Rue de la Banque, n°50.

·        Pauline Charnoz, C.L., Corentin Trevien (2017), “L’infrastructure TGV est-elle un facteur de compétitivité pour les entreprises ?“, Insee Analyses, n°31.

·        Pierre-Yves Cabannes, Vincent Cottet, Yves Dubois, C.L., Michaël Sicsic (2013), “Les ajustements des entreprises françaises pendant la crise de 2008/2009“, in L’économie française, Comptes et dossiers, INSEE, Paris. Also available in English: “French Firms in the 2008/2009 Crisis“, INSEE Working Paper G2013/13

·        Jean-Noël Barrot, C.L. (2011), “Rachat de Jeunes Entreprises Technologiques Innovantes : Mesure et Analyse“, Rapport au Rapport au ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche.

·        Fabien Verger, C.L. (2009), “Inter-industry technology linkages : Assessing the respective importance of spillovers and incorporated innovation”, OECD WPIA Discussion Document DSTI/EAS/IND/WPIA(2009)11

·        C.L. (2008), “Le dispositif Jeune Entreprise Innovante a dynamisé les jeunes entreprises de services de R&D”, Le 4-pages, SESSI, n° 245

·        C.L. (2007), “Les dépôts de brevets des entreprises industrielles françaises“, Le 4-pages, SESSI, n° 237

·        Carmen Clément, C.L. (2006), “L’innovation dans l’industrie : une contribution forte à la croissance de la productivité globale“, Le 4-pages, SESSI, n° 224

·        C.L. (2006), “Innovation et niveau technologique des entreprises industrielles françaises“, in L’économie française, Comptes et dossiers, INSEE, Paris

·        Pierre-Olivier Beffy, C.L., Jean-François Ouvrard, Paul-Emmanuel Piel (2004), “La Productivité depuis 1990“, in L’économie française, Comptes et dossiers, INSEE, Paris

·        Benjamin Guédou and C.L. (2006), “Economic Analysis of ICTs: a Synthesis“, Final Report for the French Ministry of Finance (DGTPE, INSEE, MEN)

Publications

International Articles

·        Joaquin Blaum, C.L., Michael Peters (2018), “Firm Size and the Intensive Margin of Import Demand“, CEPR WP12237accepted at the Journal of International Economics.

·        Pauline Charnoz, C.L., Corentin Trevien (2018), “Communication Costs and the Internal Organization of Multi-Plant Businesses: Evidence from the Impact of the French High-Speed Rail“, Banque de France WP 635 (2017), CEPR WP12585 (2018)Economic Journal128(610).

·        Joaquin Blaum, C.L., Michael Peters (2018), “The Gains from Input Trade with Heterogeneous Importers“, NBER WP21504 (2015)CEPR WP11721 (2016)American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, forthcoming
Luis Garicano, C.L., John Van Reenen (2016), “Firm Size Distortions and the Productivity Distribution: Evidence from France“, NBER WP 18841, 
revised CEP WP1128,  American Economic Review106(11)

·        Emmanuel Duguet, C.L. (2012), “Does Patenting Increase the Private Incentives to Innovate? A Microeconometric Analysis“, Annals of Economics and Statistics, 107-108

·        Daron Acemoglu, Philippe Aghion, C.L., John Van Reenen, Fabrizio Zilibotti (2007), “Technology, Information and the Decentralization of the Firm“, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122(4), NBER WP (12206), CEPR WP (5678), CREST WP (2006-12)

·        C.L., David Sraer,  David Thesmar (2008), “Credit Constraint and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from a French Loan Guarantee Program“,   in J. Lerner and A. Schoar (ed.), International Differences in Entrepreneurship, University of Chicago Press.

 

Articles in French

·        C.L., Benjamin Nefussi (2010), “Les stratégies de portefeuille de produit des entreprises industrielles françaises face à la concurrence des pays à bas coûts de production“, Economie et Statistique, 435-436.

·        C.L. (2006), “Les entreprises industrielles françaises sont-elles à la frontière technologique ?“, Revue Economique, 57(3), longer INSEE working paper version

·        Emmanuel Duguet, C.L. (2005), “Les Brevets accroissent-ils les incitations à innover ? Un examen micro-économétrique“, Economie et Statistique, 380