Andrew Clark is Director of International & European Affairs and a Full Professor at the Paris School of Economics. Professor Clark’s work focuses on the interface between psychology, sociology and economics. He uses job and life satisfaction scores, and other psychological indices, as proxy measures of utility, examining social interactions and social learning. His research has included using measures of utility to test popular models of the labour market. Professor Clark previously held posts at Dartmouth, Essex, CEPREMAP, DELTA, the OECD and the University of Orléans.