On 3 April, Alain Marciano (University Montpellier 1, Lameta) is invited in the Philosophy-economics-law seminar organised by GREQAM (to 4.00 to 6.00 pm, Salle de réunion, Campus Ferry, Aix-en-Provence). The title of his presentation is “Nudging policies as a new regulatory framework : Low cost solutions for low cost economics ?” (co-authored with Valérie Clément).
Alain Marciano wrote a lot of articles and has edited or co-edited a lot of books. Among them, one can mention Philosophie économique (1998, PUF, co-authored with Alain Leroux), Traité de philosophie économique (1998, Economica, co-edited with Alain Leroux), The Elgar Companion to Economics and Philosophy (2006, Elgar Original Reference, co-edited with J. B. Davis et Jochen Runde).
Valérie Clément is specialist of social justice issues, she notably published Economie de la justice et de l’équité (2008, Economica, co-authored with Christine Le Clainche and Daniel Serra) and “L’équité en matière de santé : qu’en pense l’opinion publique ? Une revue de l’éthique empirique dans le champ de la santé” (Review of economic philosophy, 2010, vol.10/1, pp. 55-77, co-authored with Daniel Serra).
Seminar organised by Olivier Bargain (GREQAM, coordinator), Philippe Grill (GREQAM), Gilles Campagnolo (GREQAM) and Jean-Yves Chérot (Center of Law Theory).