SEURECO is proposing two CIFRE theses

As part of the development of these activities, and in particular its research activities, SEURECO is offering two theses under a CIFRE agreement.

  1. The first is to build a global version of the NEMESIS model for assessing the energy-climate transition as part of the Horizon Europe DIAMOND research project. See the call for applications.
  2. The second is for the improvement of macroeconomic models for the assessment of climate and digital transitions as part of the Horizon Europe TWINRD research project, which will start in January 2024. See the call for applications.


Macroeconomic impacts assessment of France 2030 published by the French Investment Supervisory Committee

SEURECO - Detailed economic models

During spring 2023, SEURECO has assessed, for French General Secretariat for Investment (Secrétariat Général Pour l’Investissement, Prime Minister services), the ex-ante macroeconomic impacts of the investment programme France 2030. The main results have been published by the Investment Supervisory Committee (Comité de surveillance des investissements) in its report First evalution in itinere (in French).

Evaluation du Crédit d’Impôt Recherche – Rapport CNEPI 2021


This study, carried out for the National Commission for the Evaluation of Innovation Policies (CNEPI), chaired by France strategy, proposes a macroeconomic assessment of the strengthening of the French R&D tax credit system after 2007. What is the value created and therefore the rate of return for the community and the public authorities of the funds invested? How many jobs has the R&D tax credit system created in research and other economic activities? How has it strengthened the competitiveness of French companies and contributed to improving the external balance of France? It is to the answer to all these questions, with the support of the NEMESIS model, that this study is devoted.

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French jobs in 2030

SEURECO - PMQ Report - Jobs in 2030

French jobs in 2030, is based on several post-crisis macroeconomic scenarios carried out with SEURECO-ERASME’s NEMESIS model. Which professions will recruit the most by 2030? Is there a risk of a shortage of manpower in certain trades? The report sheds light on the dynamics of employment and professions in the sectors of activity by taking into account in the expected demographic, economic and technological developments, the changes in behaviour induced by the health crisis, and the efforts to combat global warming that will be deployed by 2030. (in French)