Hamed Ghiaie is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy at ESCP Business School. He is a macroeconomist who worked at and conducted research for prestigious international economic organizations including the International Labour Organization (ILO), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, Paris), the International Monetary Fund (IMF, Washington D.C) and the Research Group on International Economics and Development (GREDI, Quebec, Canada).
Hamed co-directs the "Affaires Publiques" specialization and coordinates the Pré-Master Economics courses and the Bachelor Macroeconomics program at ESCP Business School. He teachs in the "Economics and Public Policy" specialization and supervises Master and Bachelor students in the preparation of their theses. In 2021, one of his students won the MiM Master theses Award for the outstanding quality of his dissertation, after an assessment process conducted by the European Research Committee.
Hamed's current research is focused on public policy design, optimal montery/fiscal policy after the covid-19 pandemic and the economy of climate change. Hamed collaborates on these subjects with economists from the International Monetary Fund and researchers affiliated with the central banks of various countries.
Hamed was awarded his PhD in Economics and Public Policy by the University of Paris-Seine. His PhD dissertation entitled "Essays on Financial Economics & Policy Modeling" has qualified for the Campagne de Qualification 2019 (Qualification de MCF section 05- national wide French PhD evaluation).