Congratulations to Daniel for this award in honour of his career dedicated to higher education and research.
Daniel Serra set up and managed the research centre LAMETA that later on gave rise to the CEE-M in 2018.
Daniel Serra was recruited as an assistant at the Faculty of Economics of Montpellier in September 1971. He spent his entire career at the University of Montpellier, where he undertook many responsibilities of collective interest. He both initiated and/or led numerous initiatives including training courses (bachelor degrees as well as professional and research masters’ degrees), the EDEG doctoral school, and was in charge of the promotion of social sciences at Montpellier University’s scientific council. He also sat on various advisory committees: the Training and Research Unit in Economics (UFR), Montpellier University’s Scientific Councils, SupAgro Montpellier, Montpellier Business School, Social Sciences Steering Committee (MSH), as well as various doctoral schools in Eco-Management, Law, Economics, etc. He has supervised 25 doctoral theses.
At the national level, Daniel Serra acted as Scientific Advisor for the High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES) and as President of the Conference of Directors of Doctoral Schools in Economics and Management (CNED-EG).
In addition to the publication of more than forty articles in journals or collective works, his scientific output to date includes seven books, including “Game Theory and Economics” (2003), Economie de la justice et de l’équité (2008), Neuroéconomie (2016), Economie comportementale (2017), La « révolution » expérimentale en économie-Une histoire des courants de recherche qui l’incarnent
1971: Assistant professor of economics at Montpellier University
1977: PhD in Economics (Mathematical Economics), Laureate of the French Academy (Viard Foundation)
1977: Senior Assistant at Montpellier University
1980: Additional doctorate in economics (Economic philosophy)
1983 : Higher Education « Agrégation » Diploma (external competition)
1984: Professor at Lyon University
1988: Board Member of the Faculty of Economics
1990: Creation and management of the LAMTA (Laboratory of Theoretical and Applied Microeconomics)
1997: Creation and direction of the LAMETA (Montpellier Laboratory of Theoretical and Applied Economics)
2007 : Leading the Montpellier Doctoral School of Economics and Management (EDEG)
2013: Creation and first presidency of the National Conference of Directors of Doctoral Schools in Economics and Management (CNED-EG)
2013 : Professor emeritus of Montpellier University
2016 : Scientific advisor for the High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES)