Economics and Psychology in Historical Perspective

Paris, 18th-20th december

Organizers: Mikaël Cozic (UPEC, IUF & IHPST, France) and Jean-Sébastien Lenfant (U. Lille 1, France)



Venue: Maisons des Sciences Economiques, 106-112 bd de l'hôpital, 75013 Paris

The aim of the conference is to gather contributions from historians of economics and historians of psychology (including cognitive sciences), and also from historically-oriented researchers and philosophers of these disciplines. The overall ambition is to understand the way economics has dealt with psychological arguments, methods and concepts throughout history and to highlight the main debates between economists and psychologists that have fostered and are still fostering behavioral economics.

Keynote speakers:

Floris Heukelom (U. Nijmegen)
Robin Hogarth (U. Pompeu Fabra)
Philippe Mongin (CNRS & HEC Paris)
Robert Sugden (U. of East Anglia)

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