| Dalle, Jean-Michel |
Open Development in Education and Research Institutions
Jean-Michel Dalle is an Associate Professor of economics with the University Pierre-et-Marie-Curie and a researcher with University of Dauphine (Paris, France). He is mainly concerned with the economics of innovation, and has focused since 1998 on the economics of software and open-source software. He had previously worked on technological competition, diffusion and standardization, on the economics of science, and on interaction models in economics. M. Dalle has published numerous papers in international reviews, and is a regular speaker and invited speaker in international conferences. In France, M. Dalle graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE (master degree in statistics and economics). He holds a PhD in economics from Ecole Polytechnique (with the highest distinction). He has been previously a consultant during several years for BNP Paribas, a major European bank, and was then a cofounder and CEO of Science Pratique, a technology transfer office and incubator dedicated to projects born in research labs. He is still currently a VP for Business Development for Agoranov, the no. 1 French "public" incubator, located in Paris.