14th HISRECO Conference (November 05-06, 2021)

Credit: ESSCA

The fourteenth History of Recent Economics Conference (HISRECO) was held at ESSCA, School of Management, Angers, on November 05-06, 2021.

Local organizer: Matthieu Ballandonne

Program

9h30-9h40: Welcome speech

9h40-10h30:

Morten Luchtmann (Université de Lorraine)

In the Name of Positive Economics: Common Ground between Behavioral Economists and Defenders of Rational Choice Models

10h40-11h30:

Alexandre Truc (Université de Nice –Université du Québec à Montréal)

Neuroeconomics Hype or Hope? An Answer

11h50-12h40:

Juan Acosta (Universidad del Valle), Béatrice Cherrier (Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS), Aurélien Goutsmedt (CIRST, Université du Québec à Montréal), Francesco Sergi (Université Paris-Est Créteil)

Central Forecasting Models at the Bank of England: A Comprehensive History (1974-2013)

14h-14h50:

Matéo Teixeira (Sciences Po Lyon) 

Did French economists ask for inflation to reduce public debt at the end of WW2?

15h00-15h50:

Philippe Fontaine (ENS Paris-Saclay)

Intellectual history and the history of the social sciences: A changing relationship

Saturday 6th, November

Amphi Gounouf

9h40-10h30:

Serge Benest (Universitat de Barcelona)

The transformation of economics’ identity at the Ecole: des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1955–1985

10h40-11h30:

Lino Wehrheim (University of Regensburg)

The Sound of Silence: Assessing the (In)Visibility of Economists in the Media since the 1960s

11h50-12h40:

Michel De Vroey and Luca Pensieroso (Université catholique de Louvain)

Grounded in Methodology, Certified by Journals: The Rise and Evolution of a Mainstream in Economics