The Rules for Growth Institute is an independent think tank whose ambition is to promote growth in France by improving the law through the analysis of economic efficiency. The Institute is born from the dual observation that while the rule of law is a lever for growth, the separation of law from economics in France is detrimental to the quality of the rules produced. The reforms undertaken so far to revive their economy have proved insufficient because they have been carried out without an overall analysis of the economic impact of their legal framework. This observation has led a small group of mainly business lawyers to come together and work with young researchers in law and economics to think differently and, from an economic efficiency perspective, question the behavioural effects and incentives (or not) promoted by the law regarding wealth creation in France.
Areas of focus
Founder gender: All female
Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2020): Bernard DESOLNEUX
Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2019): Sophie Vermeille
Leader gender: Female