Elisa Darriet

Elisa Darriet
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers | CNAM

PhD in Economics

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11
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9 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
February 2018 - August 2019
Chair of Defense Economics · Fonds de dotation de l'IHEDN France
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
November 2012 - October 2017
Université Panthéon-Assas Paris 2-LEMMA
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (11)
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Using a large panel dataset of more than 60.000 firms matched to 125 banks in France, we investigate the transmission of the Sovereign Debt Crisis to the French economy via lending relations. We show that French banks’ exposure to sovereign stress negatively affected their corporate borrowers and this impact is heterogeneous across firms. We docume...
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The 2008 economic crisis led numerous countries into economic hardship. Therefore, today, people feel financially threatened by this economic downturn. This threat can influence people’s willingness to act in order to cope with the economic situation. In this paper, the social representation theory helps to understand social knowledge associated wi...
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We consider the potentially major role of lay economic representations in economic theoretical modelling. Departing both from the rational expectation hypothesis, that supposes a maximal cognitive fit between agents’ representations and the variables in the model , and from an approach in terms of psychological biases that would externally affect a...
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The aim of this chapter is to investigate the relationship between financial literacy and numeracy. It turns out that numeracy and financial literacy are strongly correlated. In order to clarify this relationship, we review, in a first section, the general definition of numeracy and its most commonly used measures. We then try to enlighten the dist...
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We study how private R&D investment in France was affected by the tightening of credit conditions during the European Sovereign Debt Crisis. Using detailed R&D information on more than 25000 French companies, we show that financially constrained firms were relatively more likely to scale back their R&D activities following the sovereign debt crisis...
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Using a large matched bank-firm database containing information on 83,900 French firms and 159 European banks for the period 2014–2016, we show that bank capital affects the type of lending relationships and firms’ access to credit even during a phase of economic expansion. Informationally opaque borrowers are more likely to borrow from banks with...
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We study how private R&D investment in France was affected by the tightening of credit conditions during the European Sovereign Debt Crisis. Using detailed R&D information on more than 25000 French companies, we show that financially constrained firms were relatively more likely to scale back their R&D activities at both the extensive and intensive...
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Using a large panel dataset of more than 60.000 firms matched to 125 banks in France, we investigate the transmission of the Sovereign Debt Crisis to the French economy via lending relations. We show that French banks’ exposure to sovereign stress negatively affected their corporate borrowers and this impact is heterogeneous across firms. We docume...
Conference Paper
The main goal of this study is to analyze social representations of the economic crisis along with the differences between experts and lay people. Differences in representations have already been found for certain economic variables between "Economic experts" and "Lay people" (Caplan, 2007). The goal here is to explore the role of some economic var...

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