Mr. Pierre-André Chiappori has been elected to the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences in the Political Economy, Statistics and Finance section.
The Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, founded in 1795 is one of the five academies to come under the umbrella of the prestigious “Académie Française”. It is also the oldest French institution devoted entirely to law and the human sciences.
The International University of Monaco is very proud to have Mr. Chiappori, as president of its International Advisory Board (IAB). The IAB provides IUM with enriching cross sectional views to guide its strategy as it continues to strive for excellence in business education. The Board input informs the strategic priorities of IUM, supports its academic development, the launching of new programs, as well as the evolution of existing programs, enabling them to maintain business relevance.
After graduating from high school at the Lycée Albert 1er, he joined the Ecole Normale Supérieure in 1974, was awarded a mathematics degree in 1977, and then received a doctorate in economics from the University of Paris in 1981.
After a brilliant career in France – CNRS, EHESS, Ecole polytechnique – he moved to the United States in 1997, first to the University of Chicago, then to Columbia University where he held the E. Rowan and Barbara Steinschneider professorship.
He regularly visits Monaco where he chairs the scientific committee of IMSEE, and also sits on the board of directors of Monaco Asset Management. Pierre-André Chiappori is also a board member of major international corporations.