Dernières publications

2020

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2020). W.H. Hutt and the Conceptualization of Consumers’ Sovereignty. Oxford Economic Papers.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2020). Review of Niklas Olsen, The Sovereign Consumer: A New Intellectual History of Neoliberalism. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Forthcoming.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2020). Musgrave and the Idea of Community. In R. Backhouse, A. Baujard, & T. Nishizawa (Eds.), Welfare theory, public action and ethical values: re-evaluating the history of welfare economics. Cambridge University Press.

2019

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2019). Calabresi on Merit Goods. Global Jurist, 19(3).

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2019). The normative problem of merit goods in perspective. Forum for Social Economics, 48(3), 219–247.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M., & Johnson, M. (2019). The Fiscal Policy Seminar: Its Early Stages’ by Richard A. Musgrave. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 37, 147–179.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2019). Review of June A. Sekera, The Public Economy in Crisis. A Call for a New Public Economics. Œconomia, 9(3), 585–588.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2019). How economists entered the ‘numbers game’: measuring discrimination in the us courtrooms, 1971-1989. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Forthcoming.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C., Herfeld, C., & Pinzòn-Fuchs, E. (2019). Impact Factor Pressures, Scientific Practices, and the Place of Survey Articles in the History of Economic. CHOPEWorking Paper 2019-09.2018.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C., & Noblet, G. (2019). Antoine Missemer, Les économistes et la fin des énergies fossiles (1865–1931) by Antoine Missemer, Classiques Garnier, Paris, 2017, 225 pp., €28, ISBN 978-2-406-06252-3. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C., Herfeld, C., & Pinzòn-Fuchs, E. (2019). New Scope, New Sources, New Methods? An Essay on Contemporary Scholarshipin History of Economic Thought Journals. CHOPE Working Paper 2018-07.

  • Delcey, T. (2019). Samuelson vs Fama on the Efficient Market Hypothesis: The Point of View of Expertise. Œconomia, 9(1), 37–58.

  • Couix, Q. (2019). Natural Resources in the Theory of Production: The Georgescu-Roegen/Daly versus Solow/Stiglitz Controversy. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 26(6), 1341–1378.

  • Couix, Q. (2019). L’énergie et les fonctions de production agrégées : perspectives historique et méthodologique. Document De Travail Du Centre d’Economie De La Sorbonne, (2019.27).

  • Jullien, D. (2019). Interviews: Some Methodological and Historiographical Issues of Oral Sources. In T. Düppe & E. R. Weintraub (Eds.), A Contemporary Historiography of Economics (pp. 37–56). Routledge.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2019). Is Equal Pay Worth It? Beatrice Potter Webb, Millicent Garrett Fawcett and Eleanor Rathbone’s Changing Arguments. In K. Madden & R. Dimand (Eds.), Handbook of Women economists. Routledge.

  • Goutsmedt, A., Guizzo, D., & Sergi, F. (2019). An agenda without a plan, Robert E Lucas’s trajectory through the public debate. Œconomia, 9(2).

  • Goutsmedt, A., Pinzon-Fuchs, E., Renault, M., & Sergi, F. (2019). Reacting to the Lucas Critique, The Keynesians’ Pragmatic Replies. History of Political Economy, 51(3), 535–556.

  • Goutsmedt, A. (2019). Stagflation and the crossroad in macroeconomics, the struggle between structural and New Classical macroeconometrics. Document De Travail Du Centre d’Economie De La Sorbonne.

  • Frasser, C., & Guzmán, G. (2019). What Do We Call Money? An Appraisal of the Money-Or-Nonmoney View. Journal of Institutional Economics, 1–16.

  • Gradoz, J. (2019). Luc Boltanski et Arnaud Esquerre, Enrichissement. Une critique de la marchandise. Œconomia, 9(1), 179–187.

  • Gradoz, J., & Hoibian, S. (2019). Une reconsidération de la fracture numérique française au travers d’une approche par les capabilités, l’enjeu d’apprendre à apprendre. Gérer Et Comprendre, 136, 40–62.

  • Colin, N., & Delcey, T. (2019). When Efficient Market Hypothesis Meets Hayek on information, Beyond a Methodological Reading, . Journal of Economic Methodology, Forthcoming.

  • Colin, N. (2019). Hayek and Lippmann and the Reconstruction of Liberalism in the 1930’s and 1940’s, Anthropology and Epistemology at the Basis of the Neoliberal Consensus. Working Paper.

  • Colin, N. (2019). L’anthropologie économique de Pierre Bourdieu, vision économique et vision sociologique du social. Working Paper.

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E., & Jacques, T. (2019). La construction d’un système statistique : le cas des statistiques du commerce intérieur en France, de 1945 aux années 1970. In A. Gramain (Ed.), L’évident et l’invisible : questions de méthodes en économie et en histoire.

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E. (2019). Lawrence R. Klein and the making of macro-econometric modeling, 1938-1955. History of Political Economy, 51(3), 535–556.

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E., & Acosta, J. C. (2019). Peddling macroeconometric modelling and quantitative policy analysis: the early years of the SSRC’s Committee on Economic Stability, 1959-1963. Œconomia, 9(2).

  • Delcey, T., & Sergi, F. (2019). The Efficient Market Hypothesis and Rational Expectations. How Did They Meet and Live (Happily?) Ever After. HAL Working Paper.

  • Lenfant, J.-S. (2019). La théorie de l’équilibre général et la théorie des jeux: deux grands paradigms en question (des années 1920 aux années 1980). In S. F. et Sylvie Rivot (Ed.), Histoire de la pensée économique (pp. 229–253). Pearson.

  • Brisset, N. (2019). Pierre Bourdieu néo-smithien ? À propos d’Anthropologie économique. Revue De Philosophie Économique, 20(1), 247–256.

  • Brisset, N. (2019). Commentary: Assembling the Economic Actors. In M. N. et Attalia Ruzzene. (Ed.), Contemporary Philosophy and Social Science: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue (p. 365). Bloomsbury.

2018

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2018). Review of Ian Kumekawa, The First Serious Optimist. A. C. Pigou and the Birth of Welfare Economics. History of Economic Ideas, 26(1), 190–194.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2018). Review of The world in the model. How economists work and think, by Mary S. Morgan. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25(3), 493–498.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2018). Le problème de la justification du concept de bien méritoire en perspective. In P. Crétois (Ed.), L’accaparement des biens communs. Presses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre.

  • Couix, Q. (2018). From Methodology to Practice (and Back): Georgescu-Roegen’s Philosophy of Economics and the Flow-Fund Model. Document De Travail Du Centre d’Economie De La Sorbonne, (2018.21).

  • Couix, Q. (2018). The Role of Natural Resources in Production: Georgescu-Roegen/Daly versus Solow/Stiglitz. Document De Travail Du Centre d’Economie De La Sorbonne, (2018.01).

  • Magalhães, N., Fressoz, J.-B., Jarrige, F., Levillain, G., Lyautey, M., Le Roux, T., … Bonneuil, C. (2018). L’économie matérielle de la France (1830-2015). L’histoire d’un parasite ? HAL Working Paper. Accepted English Version for the Journal of Ecological Economics.

  • Jullien, D. (2018). Under Risk, Over Time, Regarding Other People: Language and Rationality Within Three Dimensions. CHOPE Working Paper.

  • Vallois, N., & Jullien, D. (2018). A History of Statistical Methods in Experimental Economics. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25(6).

  • Jullien, D. (2018). Practices of Using Interviews in History of Contemporary Economics. History of Political Economy, 50(3), 563–570.

  • Bach, M. (2018). What Laws Determine Progress? An Indian Contribution to the Idea of Progress Based on Mahadev Govind Ranade’s Works, 1870–1901. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25(2), 327–356.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2018). Crossing Boundaries, Displacing Previous Knowledge and Claiming Superiority : Is The Economics of Discrimination a Conquest of Economics Imperialism? In M. Uskali, F. P. Manuela, & W. Adrian (Eds.), Scientific Imperialism : Exploring the Boundaries of Interdisciplinarity. Routledge.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C., Goldzahl, L., & Levionnois, C. (2018). Quantifier les inégalités entre données d’enquête et données expérimentales: l’évolution du rôle du chercheur dans la construction de la variable “race.” In Collective Work (Ed.), L’évidence et l’invisible: questions de méthodes en histoire et en économie. Presses Universitaires de la Sorbonne.

  • Maas, H., & Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2018). Review of Gilbert Faccarello and Heinz D. Kurz (Eds), Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis, 3 vols. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25(1), 175–182.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2018). Bayesian Game Theorists and Non Bayesian Players. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25(6), 1420–1454.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2018). What Does ’We’ Want? Team Reasoning, Game Theory, and Unselfish Behaviours. Revue d’Économie Politique, 128(3), 311–332.

  • Sergi, F. (2018). DSGE models and the Lucas Critique. A historical appraisal. UWE Economics Papers Nr 1806, University of the West of England Bristol.

  • Allisson, F., & Mueller, T. (2018). From Walras’s Physics Envy to Winiarski’s Mécanique sociale. History of Economic Ideas, 26(2), 103–123.

  • Goutsmedt, A. (2018). Thomas Sargent face à Robert Lucas, une autre ambition pour la Nouvelle Economie Classique. Œconomia, 8(2).

  • Goutsmedt, A., & Rubin, G. (2018). Robert J. Gordon and the introduction of the Natural Rate Hypothesis in the Keynesian Framework. History of Economic Ideas, 26(3), 157–187.

  • Lenfant, J.-S. (2018). Probabilizing the Consumer: Georgescu-Roegen, Marschak and Quandt on the Modeling of the Consumer in the 1950s. European Journal in the History of Economic Thought, 25(1).

  • Lenfant, J.-S. (2018). Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Utility Measurement (But Were Afraid to Ask). Review essay on Ivan Moscati’s Measuring Utility. From the Marginal Revolution to Behavioural Economics. Œconomia, 9(1).

  • Brisset, N. (2018). Models as Speech Acts: the telling case of financial models. Journal of Economic Methodology. Journal of Economic Methodology, 25(1), 21–41.

2017

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2017). A genealogy of the concept of merit wants. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24(3), 409–440.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2017). Musgrave, Samuelson, and the Crystallization of the Standard Rationale for Public Goods. History of Political Economy, 49(1), 59–92.

  • Jullien, D. (2017). À la recherche de la signification perdue du paradoxe d’Allais. Revue Économique, 68(4), 695–699.

  • Juille, T., & Jullien, D. (2017). Narrativity and Identity in the Representation of the Economic Agent. Journal of Economic Methodology, 24(3), 274–296.

  • Allisson, F. (2017). Rusia y Ucrania. In V. Barnett (Ed.), Historia del pensamiento económico mundial (pp. 153–163). Madrid: Ediciones Parainfo.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C., & Larrouy, L. (2017). “From warfare to welfare”: Contextualising Arrow and Schelling’s models of racial inequalities (1968–1972). The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24(6), 1355–1387.

  • Armatte, M., Cot, A. L., Mairesse, J., & Renault, M. (2017). Edmond Malinvaud and the Problem of Statistical Induction. Annals of Economics and Statistics, (125/126), 79–111.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2017). Review of Stefan Heidl, Philosophical Problems of Behavioural Economics. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 7(1), 143–148.

  • Larrouy, L., & Lecouteux, G. (2017). Mindreading and Endogenous Beliefs in Games. Journal of Economic Methodology, 24(3), 318–343.

  • Sergi, F. (2017). From the Lucasian Revolution to DSGE Models: An Account of Recent Developments in Macroeconomic Modelling. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 10(1), 142–145.

  • Sergi, F. (2017). The Standard Narrative on History of Macroeconomics, Central Banks and DSGE Models. Best Paper by a Young Scholar the Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society.

  • Goutsmedt, A. (2017). The Macroeconomists and Stagflation, Essays on the Transformations of Macroeconomics in the 1970s (PhD thesis). Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

  • Frasser, C., & Guzmán, G. (2017). Ensayos sobre Política Económica. La Naturaleza De Las Instituciones. El Debate Actua, 19(37).

  • Frasser, C., & Guzmán, G. (2017). Rules, Incentivization, and the Ontology of Human Society. ’Rules, Incentivization, and the Ontology of Human Societ, 47(6).

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E. (2017). Economics as a “tooled” discipline: Lawrence R. Klein and the making of macroeconometric modeling, 1939-1959. (PhD thesis). Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E. (2017). PhD summary: Economics as a ‘tooled’ discipline: Lawrence R. Klein and the making macroeconometric modeling, 1939-1959, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 10(1), 133–136.

  • Brisset, N. (2017). The Future of Performativity. Œconomia, 7(3), 439–452.

2016

  • Jullien, D. (2016). All Frames Created Equal Are Not Identical: On the Structure of Kahneman and Tversky’s Framing Effects. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, (6-2), 265–291.

  • Allisson, F. (2016). Н.И. Зибер - Влиятельный ученый-одиночк [N.I. Sieber as a Solitary but Influent Scholar]. Terra Economicus, 14(4), 84–91.

  • Baranzini, R., & Allisson, F. (2016). Lausanne School. In G. Faccarello & H. D. Kurz (Eds.), Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis, Volume II: Schools of Thought in Economics (pp. 281–294). Edward Elgar Publishing.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2016). Review of Paul Erickson, Judy L. Klein, Lorraine Daston, Rebecca Lemov, Thomas Sturm, et Michael D. Gordin, How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind. The Strange Career of Cold War Rationality. Revue Européenne Des Sciences Sociales, 54(2), 304–308.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2016). From Homo Economicus to Homo Psychologicus: The Paretian Foundations of Behavioural Paternalism. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 6(2), 175–200.

  • Infante, G., Lecouteux, G., & Sugden, R. (2016). Preference Purification and the Inner Rational Agent: A Critique of the Conventional Wisdom of Behavioural Welfare Economics. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23(1), 1–25.

  • Infante, G., Lecouteux, G., & Sugden, R. (2016). ‘On the Econ Within’: A Reply to Daniel Hausman. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23(1), 33–37.

  • Colin-Jaeger, N. (2016). L’anthropologie politique d’Adam Smith. Consecutio Rerum, 1(1), 133–150.

  • Sergi, F. (2016). A Review (and a Comment) on Michel De Vroey’s History of Macroeconomics. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 6(1), 117–127.

  • Pinzon-Fuchs, E. (2016). Review of Andrés Álvarez and Juan Santiago Correa (eds.) Ideas y políticas económicas en Colombia durante el primer siglo republicano. Iberian Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 3(2), 246–248.

  • Brisset, N. (2016). Economics Is Not Always Performative: Some Limits for Performativity. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23(2), 160–184.

2015

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2015). Review of Government Failure: Society, Markets and Rules, by Wilfred Dolfsma. Journal of Economic Issues, 49(4), 1140–1142.

  • Allisson, F. (2015). Value and Prices in Russian Economic Thought. A Journey Inside the Russian Synthesis (1890–1919). Routledge.

  • Allisson, F. (2015). Russia and Ukraine. In V. Barnett (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of the History of Global Economic Thought (pp. 102–110). Routledge.

  • Lecouteux, G., & Moulin, L. (2015). To Gain or Not To Lose? Tuition Fees for Loss Averse Students. Economics Bulletin, 35(2), 1005–1019.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2015). PhD Thesis Summary: Reconciling Normative and Behavioural Economics. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 8(2), 117–120.

  • Lecouteux, G. (2015). In Search of Lost Nudges. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 6(3), 397–408.

  • Sergi, F. (2015). Robert Lucas and the Twist of Modeling Methodology. On some Econometric Methods and Problems in New Classical Macroeconomics (Documents de travail du CES No. 2015.88). Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES).

  • Sergi, F. (2015). L’approche (faussement ?) naïve à l’histoire des modèles DSGE (Documents de travail du CES No. 2015.66). Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES).

  • Sergi, F. (2015). Rebuilding “Time to Build”\string: A History of the Real Business Cycle Models. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 5(3), 399–413.

  • Goutsmedt, A., Pinzon-Fuchs, E., Renault, M., & Sergi, F. (2015). Criticizing the Lucas Critique, macroeconometricians’ response to Robert Lucas. Document De Travail Du Centre d’Economie De La Sorbonne.

2014

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2014). Normative and positive theories of public finance: contrasting Musgrave and Buchanan. Journal of Economic Methodology, 21(3), 273–289.

  • Desmarais-Tremblay, M. (2014). Review of Angela Kallhoff, Why Democracy Needs Public Goods. \OE Conomia, 4(2), 249–253.

  • Jullien, D., & Vallois, N. (2014). A Probabilistic Ghost In the Experimental Machine. Journal of Economic Methodology, 21(3), 232–250.

  • Akhabbar, A., & Allisson, F. (2014). Russian Political Economy from Utopia to Social Engineering.

  • Akhabbar, A., & Allisson, F. (2014). Russian Political Economy from Utopia to Social Engineering: An Introduction. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 4(1), 5–15.

  • Baranzini, R., & Allisson, F. (2014). Economics and Other Branches – In the Shade of the Oak Tree. Essays in Honour of Pascal Bridel. Pickering & Chatto.

  • Baranzini, R., & Allisson, F. (2014). Introduction. In Economics and Other Branches – In the Shade of the Oak Tree. Essays in Honour of Pascal Bridel (pp. 1–5). Pickering & Chatto.

  • Allisson, F., & Brisset, N. (2014). Une approche stratégique du vote. Revue Économique, 65(3), 681–686.

  • Allisson, F. (2014). Tugan-Baranovsky on Socialism: From Utopia to the Economic Plan. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 4(1), 35–53.

  • Allisson, F. (2014). Samsonoff on Rent Theory: Or, Yet Another Member of the Lausanne School? In R. Baranzini & F. Allisson (Eds.), Economics and Other Branches – In the Shade of the Oak Tree. Essays in Honour of Pascal Bridel (pp. 113–122). Pickering & Chatto.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2014). Expliquer, quantifier, prouver: une histoire de l’économie des discriminations 1957-2010 (PhD thesis). Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

  • Sergi, F. (2014). Quelle méthodologie pour une étude des modèles DSGE ? Suggestions à partir d’un état des lieux des recherches sur la modélisation (Documents de travail du CES No. 2014.67). Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES).

2013

  • Jullien, D. (2013). Intentional Apple-Choice Behaviors: When Amartya Sen Meets John Searle. Cahiers d’Economie Politique, 65(2), 97–128.

  • Cot, A. L., & Lautier, B. (2013). La frontière du capital. Revue Tiers Monde, (2), 79–107.

  • Allisson, F. (2013). Value and prices in Russian economic thought (1890-1920). Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 6(2), 125–127.

  • Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, C. (2013). L’économie des discriminations : conquête impérialiste ou contribution à la théorie des prix. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 3(1), 87–118.

  • Frasser, C. (2013). Menos cocaína, más violencia. Revista De Economía Institucional, 15(29).

  • Frasser, C., & Las, F. (2013). Calidad del empleo y bienestar, un análisis con escalas de equivalencia. Ensayos Sobre Política Económica, 33(77).

2012

  • Allisson, F., & Raskov, D. (2012). Из переписки В.И. Борткевича с Л. Вальрасом: страницы истории Лозаннской школы [From the Correspondence between V. I. Bortkiewicz and L. Walras: Chapters of Lausanne School’s History]. Вестник С.-Петербургского Университета (Серия 5) [Vestnik St. Petersburg University, Ser. 5], 1, 72–87.

  • Allisson, F. (2012). Vincent Barnett, E.E. Slutsky as Economist and Mathematician: Crossing the Limits of Knowledge (Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2011), pp. xvii, 225, \textdollar130 (hardcover). ISBN 978-0-415-54960-8. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 34(3), 442–445.

2011

  • Allisson, F. (2011). Une pensée économique russe? Présentation de l’article << Science économique\,>> de Tugan-Baranovskij (1890), suivi de la traduction commentée. \OEconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 1(1), 101–121.

  • Allisson, F. (2011). Review of Vincent Barnett, A History of Russian Economic Thought. Œconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 1(3), 459–462.

  • Allisson, F. (2011). From Crises to Cycles: Tugan-Baranovsky and the Brockhaus-Efron (1895-1915). In D. Besomi (Ed.), Crises and Cycles in Economic Dictionaries (pp. 343–360). Routledge.

2010

  • Allisson, F. (2010). Review of Vincent Barnett and Joachim Zweynert (eds), Economics in Russia: Studies in Intellectual History. History of Economic Ideas, XVIII(1), 229–232.

  • Allisson, F. (2010). Tugan-Baranovsky, Mikhail Ivanovich. In J. Ciment (Ed.), Booms and Busts. An Encyclopedia of Economic History from Tulipomania of the 1630s to the Global Financial Crisis of the 21st Century (Vol. 3, pp. 842–844). Armonk: Sharpe Reference.

2009

  • Allisson, F. (2009). Reception of Walras’ Theory of Exchange and Theory of Production in Russia. The History of Economic Thought, 51(1), 19–35.

  • Allisson, F., Breban, L., & Bridel, P. (2009). Bibliographie des écrits de Clément Juglar (1846-1904). Revue Européenne Des Sciences Sociales, (XLVII-143), 107–124. https://doi.org/10.4000/ress.120

2008

  • Allisson, F. (2008). Les premiers lecteurs de Walras en Russie (1890-1919). Études d’Économie Walrassienne, Les Cahiers OMI, Université De Reims Champagne-Ardenne, HS 6, 19–35.