First Deputy Mayor of Paris
Emmanuel Grégoire is a French politician who currently serves as the First Deputy Mayor of Paris, a position he has held since 2018. He is a member of the Socialist Party and the ruling coalition in Paris.
Prior to his appointment as First Deputy Mayor, Grégoire served as the Deputy Mayor in charge of Budget, Finance, and Transformation for the city of Paris. In this role, he was responsible for the city’s finances and led major reforms in public finance, such as the introduction of a participatory budget process.
Before joining the Paris City Hall, Grégoire worked as a consultant for the French Ministry of Economy and Finance, where he focused on public financial management and reform. He has also served as an advisor to the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, on financial and economic issues.
In addition to his political and public service roles, Grégoire is also an author and has published several books on politics and economics. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the National School of Administration (ENA) and a degree in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris.
The Electric Scooter Ban Vote in Paris
Throughout this podcast season, we engaged in discussions with various parties involved in the Paris electric scooter vote. This included government officials, electric scooter operator executives, and local business owners. We delved into the data available regarding the Paris electric scooter pilot and attempted to answer the most pressing questions by considering various studies conducted by researchers.
Each issue was analyzed from the perspective of each party involved – government officials and the city, local residents and business owners, and electric scooter operators. This allowed us to gain a comprehensive understanding of the situation and explore potential solutions that would benefit all parties involved.