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Réseau en Épistémologie et en Histoire de la Pensée Économique Récente

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NEXT CERCLE D'EPISTEMOLOGIE ECONOMIQUE

Published on March 2022, 30th

Date : April 7th at 6pm

Venue : Videoconference and in person at the Maison des Sciences Économiques, 6th floor

To receive the zoom link, please send an email to: Annie.Cot@univ-paris1 or Dorian.Jullien@univ-paris1.fr

Nicolas BRISSET et Raphaël FEVRE (GREDEG, Université Côte d’Azur)

“Pour une histoire de l’expertise et de la théorie économique sous le régime de Vichy”

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NEXT CERCLE D'EPISTEMOLOGIE ECONOMIQUE

Published on February 2022, 28th

Date : Marsh 3 at 6pm

Venue : Videoconference and in person at the Maison des Sciences Économiques, 6th floor

To receive the zoom link, please send an email to: Annie.Cot@univ-paris1 or Dorian.Jullien@univ-paris1.fr

Francis BISMANS (BETA, Nancy-Strasbourg; COEF, Nelson Mandela University, Afrique du Sud)

“Comment les mathématiques se sont installées dans l’analyse économique?”

About his recently published book co-authored with Maria do Rosário Grossihno, * Mathématiques et Economie. Une approche historique.*.

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Conference Postponed - Recent Shifts in the Boundaries of Economics: Philosophy and History

Published on December 2021, 18th

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We deeply regret to announce you that our conference “Recent Shifts in the Boundaries of Economics: Philosophy and History,” initially scheduled for 4-6 January 2022, has to postponed to a further date (May 30th - June 1st 2022).

Unfortunately, the dynamics of the epidemics in France resulted, in the past days, in new health-safety regulations applying to all scientific events hosted in French universities. These new constraints (enforced at least until the end of January) have made impossible for our conference to take place in acceptable conditions. Notably, it would be impossible to have lunch and coffee breaks on site.

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REHPERE ?

The Réseau en Epistémologie et en Histoire de la Pensée Economique Récente (stands for Network in Epistemology and History of Recent Economic Thought) brings together researches on the evolution of economics from the late 19th to the early 21st centuries. REHPERE is a network of researchers based on the research team in Epistemology and History of Recent Economic Thought, one of the teams of the Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES, axis “Institutions and Regulations”, UMR 8174 CNRS - University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne). REHPERE gathers researchers from other research centers, whose members share common research programs.

The members of the REHPERE team explore the evolution of the frontiers of economics in relation to other disciplines. Our common themes are: the getting beyond methodological individualism, the relationship between economic representations and public policies, the role of economists as experts, the analysis of the role of economic tools (modeling, simulations, experiments, etc.) in controversies of methods and outside the academic world (public sphere, expertise, courts).