LÉO, Laboratory of Economics Orléans, is the research institute of the University of Orléans. Its top priorities are scientific quality and societal relevance. LÉO scholars conduct innovative academic and policy-oriented research and translate it into policy advice and tailored training. Attention to problems linked to financial issues and environmental and macroeconomic policies is the common thread. By accumulating scientific knowledge and applying it to economically relevant topics, LÉO aims to improve the lives of all citizens. The European comparative perspective is an important framework in this work. LÉO research incorporates various disciplines and applies a variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods, and includes the development of concrete methodologies and instruments.
LÉO brings together 100 researchers; its work covers three large fields: macroeconomics and finance; financial econometrics; and international economics and sustainable development (EI2D). The EI2D team carries out policy-oriented research and provides expert advice on the changes due to both globalisation and climate change.
At UNTANGLED the LÉO is involved in WPs: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 and 9.