Owner: Michel Rozencwajg
Adress: 22 rue Drouot – 75009 Paris – France
Phone number: +33 1 42 46 42 67
Editor: Ludovic Vallee –
Webmaster: Mickael Christine –


Michel Rozencwajg provides the opportunity to correspond with his service, in accordance with the Marianne reference system. This interministerial charter aims to guarantee the quality of reception and promotes values ​​such as courtesy, accessibility, speed, clarity of answers but also a spirit of listening, rigor and transparency.

To facilitate communication and help you find the appropriate contact person:

  • General questions, requests or additional information: Ludovic Vallee –
  • Site use, technical difficulties, problems with display or downloading, comments and suggestions: Mickael Christine –


The privacy policy of the website conforms to law no. 2004-575 of June 21, regarding confidence in the digital economy.

Website hosting:
2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix


Using the website implies full acceptance of the terms and conditions set out below. These terms of use may amended, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time, website users are therefore invited to consult them on a regular basis.

This site is normally accessible to users at all times. Nonetheless, Michel Rozencwajg may interrupt access to carry out technical maintenance. Every effort will be made to inform users of the time and date of this maintenance ahead of time.

The site is updated on a regular basis by Ludovic Vallee. Terms of use (ToU) can be modified at any time and it is incumbent upon the users to consult them as often as possible in order to familiarise themselves with them.


Michel Rozencwajg may not be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, caused to user equipment when accessing, and resulting either from unsuitable or defective equipment or from a bug or incompatibility issue.

Michel Rozencwajg is not liable for indirect damage (for example a loss of market opportunity) resulting from the use of the website

Interactive spaces (providing the opportunity to ask questions in the contact area) are available to users. Michel Rozencwajg reserves the right to delete, with no prior notice, any content posted in this space that is deemed to be a violation of applicable law in France, in particular the provisions on data protection. If appropriate, Michel Rozencwajg also reserves the right to engage a user’s civil and/or criminal responsibility, in particular in the event of a message of racist, abusive, defamatory or pornographic nature being posted, regardless of its format (text, photograph etc.).


The team is particularly dedicated to upholding the legal obligations of any website publisher and adheres to the guidelines set out by the CNIL (French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty).

Compliance with applicable laws

The website respects user privacy and complies fully with applicable laws regarding protection of privacy and individual freedom. No personal information is collected without your knowledge. No personal information is disclosed to third parties. E-mails, e-mail addresses and other personal information disclosed to this website are not exploited and are stored only for the time necessary to process them.

CNIL Declaration

The website does not not handle personal data and has not, therefore, made a declaration to the CNIL.

Statistical data: traceability and profiling

When browsing the site, internet users leave a digital trail. The information generated is collected through cookies but no personal user information is included.

In order to make the site more user-friendly and improve browsing, editorial content and services provided to internet users, the statistics management tool used by stores information relating to internet user profiles: equipment, browser, geographical origin of requests, connection data and time, site browsing, visit frequency etc. These connection data allow statistical analyses and are stored for one year.

Any user may decline to allow this data to be stored by modifying and configuring their browser, which determines whether cookies are stored or not. You can delete or refuse to accept cookies and it will have no impact on your access to the website. To refuse cookies or receive notice before accepting cookies, we recommend that you consult your browser help page which indicates the necessary procedure.


Reproduction rights for public or official documents

Since the publication of order no. 2005-650 of June 6, 2005 regarding the freedom of access to administrative documents and the reuse of public information, this information may be reused for purposes other than those for which it was produced, in particular public access information. Documents intended for public dissemination are not covered by any copyright and, therefore, can be freely reproduced. The graphic design, iconography and editorial content remain the property of the State and, as such, are subject to protection under the French Intellectual Property Code. Article no.122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code states “once a work has been disclosed, the author may not prohibit dissemination, even in its entirety, through the media or broadcasting, as current news, of speeches intended for the public made in political gatherings (...) as well as in public meetings of a political nature and at official ceremonies.”

This is particularly the case for speeches and public appearances relating to copyright exception. Similarly, public or official documents such as official statements are not subject to copyright and may, therefore, be freely reproduced. If copying, in part or in full, is authorised, it must include the name of the author, the source, and potentially a link to the original document on the site. The title "© Michel Rozencwajg -" should, therefore, be included.

All other content on the site is subject to copyright. Any reproduction therefore requires the consent of the author under article L.122-4 of the French Intellectual Property Code.

Information may only be reproduced for personal, associative or professional purposes; any dissemination or use for commercial or advertising purposes is prohibited.

Request for permission to reproduce content

Any request must specify the content as well as the publication or site on which it will appear. Once consent has been given, any content reproduction must comply with the following rules:
  • free distribution
  • respect of the integrity of the documents reproduced (no modification or alteration of any kind can be made)
  • mandatory mention: "© Michel Rozencwajg - - rights reserved". This mention will give direct access to the content by way of a hyperlink
  • insertion of an icon representing the website

Trustees and other ministries are exempted from this request for authorization subject to insertion of the words: "© Michel Rozencwajg - - rights reserved". This mention will include a hyperlink giving direct access to the content.


The website includes links to other sites, mostly official (government, institutions, public organisations etc.) but also to French and foreign sites of associations, professional organisations in the educational sector or partner companies on one-off operations.

In each instance, the site we recommend you refer to is always specified. These sites, whose addresses are regularly checked, are not part of the site, which has no responsibility in writing the sites and cannot be held responsible for the content to which these off-site links lead. They are only intended to to facilitate the user’s access to other documentary resources on the subject of interest.


Creating links to the website

The website does not request prior authorization to set up hyperlinks leading to its pages, subject to the following conditions:
  • Deep linking must not be used i.e. pages must not be nested within the pages of another site, but accessible by opening a new window
  • A hyperlink leading to the content to which reference is being made must be included and its source specified

Sites opting to link to are held responsible if they undermine its image in any way.


In the case of any litigation concerning its use, sole jurisdiction of the site is attributed to competent courts of Paris.


Special care is taken to make the site as accessible as possible, in particular to the visually impaired. The pages are gradually being brought into line with the recommendations of the common standard on accessibility criteria of French government websites pursuant to French law no.2005-102 of February 11, 2005 for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of the disabled.