Histoire de l'économie normative après 1945

Semestre 2

Antoinette Baujard, Samuel Ferey

Le cours se concentre sur l’histoire de certaines branches de l’économie publique après 1945. On insistera sur les rapports qu’entretiennent économie publique, implication avec l’action publique et valeurs éthiques. En reprenant d’abord l’histoire de l’économie du bien-être dans ses dimensions épistémologiques, théoriques et appliquées, on montrera comment de nouvelles approches ont renouvelé en profondeur l’économie normative.

Deux blocs de recherches seront alors plus particulièrement étudiés, les nouvelles théories économiques de la justice d’une part et l’économie du droit et des systèmes juridiques d’autre part. On insistera plus particulièrement sur la construction interdisciplinaire du discours du law and economics entre théorie du droit, théorie normative et économie positive.


Syllabus

  1. Histoire de l'économie du bien-être
  2. Histoire des nouvelles théories économiques de la justice
  3. Histoire du courant de l’analyse économique du droit

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