Who are we?
- Patrick Criqui: Emeritus CNRS director of research, Gael, UGA (Grenoble)
- Bert de Vries: Emeritus Professor, Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
- Stefan Giljum: Associate Professor, Vienna University of Economics (Austria)
- Claude Mandil: Former director of IEA (France)
- Sander Van Der Leeuw: Director, Center for Biosocial Complex Systems at Arizona State University (United States)
- Pierre-Yves Longaretti: Research Scientist, CNRS, STEEP team
- Guillaume Mandil: Associate professor, University of Grenoble-Alpes (UGA), STEEP team
- Emmanuel Prados: Research scientist, INRIA, head of the STEEP team
- Grégoire Chambaz: PhD student, University of Lausanne
Anne Delaballe, Guillaume Mandil, Coline Byczek
William Bernaud, Françoise Berthoud, Grégoire Chambaz, Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, Bertrand Guillaume, Sander Van Der Leeuw, Pierre-Yves Longaretti, Emmanuel Prados, Julie Riegel, Benoit Schmaltz, Peter Sturm, Laurent Testot, Bert De Vries
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Institutional and legal aspects
The project aims to be institutionalized in a dedicated and independent structure in order to ensure the perpetuation, updating and dissemination of the contents produced. To this end, the steering committee has chosen the creation of a foundation under Swiss law. The reasons for this choice are based on the advantages of the legal structure under Swiss law in terms of the protection and perpetuation of project’s objectives and the content produced. As the process of creating a foundation under Swiss law is long and costly, an association for the creation of the foundation is currently carrying the project.