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Robert BOYER

 

+   CEPREMAP-ENS

        48 Boulevard Jourdan

        75014 PARIS (France)

 

 ' + 33 (0)1 43 13 62 56

:     robert.boyer@cepremap.cnrs.fr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Economist at CEPREMAP, (www.cepremap.cnrs.fr )

                 

*  Senior researcher (Directeur de Recherche) at National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) (www.cnrs.fr ),

      Head of the Research Unit (URA 922 : « Régulation, Human Ressources et Public Choice ») Associated to CNRS

 

*  Professor (Directeur d’Etudes) at l’EHESS (www.ehess.fr ), co-organizer of the Ph-D. program  « Institutional Economics » co sponsored by EHESS, University of Paris X-Nanterre (www.u-paris10.fr ), and Ecole Polytechnique, ) 

     

*  Member of the Council of Economic Analysis – 1997-2001 www.cae.gouv.fr

     

*  Member of the Scientific Council of the Saint-Gobain Center for Economic Studies (www.centresaint-gobain.org )

 

*  President of the Association Research and Régulation (Recherche et Régulation) (www.upmf-grenoble.fr/irepd/regulation/index.html ), in charge of  the newsletter « Lettre de la Régulation », and the annual review « Année de La Régulation”

     

*  Member of the Executive Council of the Society for Advancement of Socio- Economic (www.sase.org)


 

 

research Interests

 

How and why do economic regularities evolve and transform themselves in long run history ? Within the same epoch what are the reasons for a significant diversity of “regulation” modes?

 

The many research under the label of “régulation » theory ¬ do provide some answers by studying long run transformations of national economies„, by working out systematic international comparisons³ and finally looking back at the history of economic thoughts and ideas †.

 

Basically,  the analyses of the Wage Labour Nexus, Social Systems of Innovation­, Monetary and Financial Regimes and the process of economic policy formation ° are aiming at building an institutional and historical macroeconomic theory. A research agenda is now to elaborate the societal and institutional foundation for a microeconomic theory ‡.

 

 

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