Seminar: Nathalie Morel and Christophe Ramaux, 25 March, 2013 (Paris, France)

On 25 March, a session of the Séminaire d’économie politique (Maison des Sciences Economiques, 106-112 bd de l’Hôpital, 75013 Paris, Métro Campo Formio, from 4.30 to 6.00 pm) will deal with the topic “How to restore the social state?”. In this occasion, the title of Nathalie Morel (Centre d’études européennes, IEP de Paris) presentation will be “Vers un Etat social productif ? Les politiques d’investissement en Europe”  and the one of Christophe Ramaux (Université de Lorraine) will be “L’Etat social : une révolution toujours d’actualité… mais impensée”.

Some papers of the two lecturers are available on the seminar’s webpage (at the bottom of the page).

The Séminaire d’économie politique aims at defending pluralism in economics. This pluralism refers to the variety of political economics and has, at least, three dimensions :
1/ pluralism of theoretical frameworks (institutionalism, keynesianism, marxism, evolutionism, etc.);
2/ pluralism of approaches (history of facts and of thought, epistemology, economic philosophy, economic sociology, etc.);
3/ pluralism of disciplines, insofar as economics is part of social sciences (sociology, history, anthropology, etc.).

The Séminaire d’économie politique is organised by members of several Paris region research centers: CEPN, CES, EconomiX, IRISSO, LADYSS, LED, PHARE. It gathers researchers four time per year.

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