graduated from the IEPP (Institut européen des politiques publiques) in 1976. He wrote a postgraduate thesis on the organisation of work in the USSR between 1920 and 1940 (EHESS, 1980) and his PhD was about investment cycles in the soviet economy (Université Paris X, 1986). He became a professor at the EHESS (École des hautes études en sciences sociales) in 1990. He has been a director of studies there since 1996 and manages the Centre of studies of methods of industrialisation (Centre d'études des modes d'industrialisation : CEMI-EHESS). He has also taught in Russia at the High School of Economics (from 1993 to 2000) and has been a professor at the Moscow School of Economics since 2005.
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