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I studied law at the Jean Monnet University of Saint-Etienne. There I defended my doctoral thesis in private law in 2012, a research work devoted to “Corrective mechanisms of praetorian origin” and carried out under the direction of Professor Pascale Deumier. I was recruited that same year as a lecturer at the University Toulouse I + Lire la suite

01 August 2019
Par Catheline Martin

PhD in Public Law, Thesis on Overseas territories, 2000, University of Aix-Marseille III France (Director, J.-M. Pontier, Honorable Mention with Congratulations from the Jury, Proposal for a Thesis Prize and Publication (published by PUAM, 2001) ; 1st Prize of the General Council of Bouches du Rhône for the best thesis on local authorities 2001, 1st + Lire la suite

04 December 2017
Par Catherine Ris

Dr Catherine Ris is Professor of Economics at the University of New Caledonia (UNC), Director of LARJE (Research Centre on Economics and Law). She received her PhD from the University of Lyon (France) and was a post-doctoral fellow at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market at Maastricht University (Netherlands). She returned to + Lire la suite


Samuel Gorohouna is associate professor in economics at the University of New Caledonia and researcher at LARJE. His areas of research concern inequalities in the labor market and in access to housing. He is also working on the entry of indigenous peoples into the market economy, on greening taxation and electoral behavior. His teaching activities + Lire la suite

01 December 2017
Par Céline Muron

Since more than 15 years, my research focuses on two folds: first, the micro-econometric evaluation of active labor market policies, second the study of inequalities and the discriminations on the labor market integrating the spatial dimension. In delegation in New Caledonia University since June 2016, my current researches focus on the measures and the evolutions + Lire la suite


Dr Blaise got her PhD in economics in 2004 at the Center for International Economics and Finance (CEFI-CNRS) of the University of the Mediterranean (today Aix-Marseille University). In the meantime, she also got a Master Degree in Regional Development Economics at the Institute of Economic Research of Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo). She worked at the Australian + Lire la suite

15 November 2017
Par Céline Muron

As a Professor of Public Law, I have been deeply involved from the outset at all stages of the expansion of the French University of the Pacific into the University of New Caledonia. I have a well-developed expertise on the institutions of New Caledonia.