Jean-Marc Daniel is a professor of economics at ESCP Europe. He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE (the National School of Statistics). He began his career as an administrator at INSEE (the National Institute of Statistics). His career has alternated between positions in the administration (regional management of the INSEE in Lyon, Budget Office, Social Security Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs), in Ministerial cabinet functions (Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and as an economist and teacher (lecturer at OFCE, lecturer at ESCP Europe, the Ecole des Mines, Ecole Polytechnique in Paris and at the ENSAE).
In addition to his teaching obligations at ESCP Europe, Professor Daniel is in charge of the economics curriculum for the student engineers of the " - Corps des mines" - . He is the director of the quarterly journal Sociétal. Professor Daniel is a member of the Board of Administration the " - Société d’Economie Politique" - (the Society of Political Science), one of the oldest intellectual societies in France.
Jean-Marc Daniel focuses his research on economic policy issues, primarily in their theoretical and historical dimensions.
On 7 March 2023, just as the European Council was preparing to vote on a ban on the sale of new internal combustion engine cars in Europe from 2035, something went wrong: Germany, whose vote was essential for the measure...