Rémi Vivès is an assistant professor of Economics at Glendon College. A specialist in macroeconomics, Vivès earned his PhD from Aix-Marseille School of Economics. Before coming to Glendon, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Portuguese Catholic University and a Franco-German University Fellow at the University of Konstanz.
In addition to macroeconomics, Vivès’ research and teaching interests include finance and data science. His research concerns the macroeconomic and financial effects of expectation shocks. In pursuit of this research, he uses an interdisciplinary and eclectic battery of strategies, from theoretical analysis, calibration and data confrontation to techniques taken from the computer sciences such as web scraping, machine learning and textual analysis.
In his spare time, you can find him playing the drums, hiking and enjoying the outdoors, and exploring other cultures through reading, films and travel.
Macroeconomics, Finance, Data Science
Economics, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
Economics and Econometrics, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
Stiefel, M., & Vivès, R. (2021). ‘Whatever it takes’ to change belief: evidence from Twitter. Review of World Economics, 1-33.
Dufourt, F., Venditti, A., & Vivès, R. (2018). On sunspot fluctuations in variable capacity utilization models. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 76, 80-94.