John S. Earle received his undergraduate degrees from Oberlin College and Conservatory and his PhD from Stanford University.
Now a Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, he has also taught at Stanford University (Fairfax, VA), Stockholm School of Economics,
University of Vienna, and Central European University. His main research interests are in labor, development, transition, and institutions, including
topics such as employment policies, financial constraints, reallocation, and the effects of structural and institutional change on firms and workers.
A former President of the Association for Comparative Economic Studies, Earle has published articles in leading journals such as Journal of Political
Economy, Economic Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Review of Economics and Statistics, American Political
Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Comparative
Economics, Journal of Labor Economics, Labour Economics, and Economics and Politics.
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Gilles Favarel-Garrigues holds a PhD in political science from Sciences Po and joined the CERI in 2001. His doctoral dissertation dealt
with the fight against economic crime in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia from 1965 till 1995. His post-doctoral works are devoted to the international mobilizations
against transnational criminal threats and to criminal policy in contemporary Russia. In 2006, he received the bronze medal of the CNRS. He has been a member of the
section 40 of CNRS from 2008 to 2012 and scientific secretary of this section from 2010 to 2012. He holds a "habilitation à diriger des recherches" since December 2014.
He co-edits the CERI working papers series Questions de recherche/Research in question and is a member of the editorial board of Critique internationale,
Cultures & Conflits and Politix.
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