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Sylvie Matelly

Sylvie Matelly

Senior research fellow at IRIS, specializing in International Economics and Defense
Languages : English, French

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  • Administration, Governance & Politics
    • Europe
    • Geopolitics
  • Economy & Finance
    • Corporate Governance
    • Globalisation
    • Knowledge Economy
  • Employability

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  • Military spendings and defence budgets
  • Arms industries and restructuration
  • Globalisation and economic and strategic relations
  • European economy, economic policies

Since 2001, Sylvie Matelly is a senior research fellow at IRIS, specializing in International Economics and Defense. In 2009, she has joined the Business School Léonard de Vinci (Paris La Défense) where she is Professor and director of the department of economics, sustainable development and international relations.

After receiving a Master in Econometrics at the School of Economic Sciences in Montpellier, she successfully pursued another degree in International Economy (post-graduate

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Since 2001, Sylvie Matelly is a senior research fellow at IRIS, specializing in International Economics and Defense. In 2009, she has joined the Business School Léonard de Vinci (Paris La Défense) where she is Professor and director of the department of economics, sustainable development and international relations.

After receiving a Master in Econometrics at the School of Economic Sciences in Montpellier, she successfully pursued another degree in International Economy (post-graduate diploma) at the University of Pierre Mendès France in Grenoble. Her specialization focuses on issues of defense, particularly those regarding the economic variables of military expenditures.

She'd also collaborated with the Study of Transition and Development at Grenoble and with the Institute For the Economy in Transition (Moscow) on the mission of establishing a development agency in Kaliningrad within the framework of the European projects TACIS

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