[WP] [Chapt] [Art] & [BR] are available upon request.

History of Expertise

› [Art] How Economists Entered the ‘Numbers Game’. Measuring Discrimination in the U.S. Courtrooms, 1971-1989 / Journal of the History of Economic Thought / pre-print available here / 2020

History of Wages in Theory|Practice

› [Art] ‘The Disturbing Effect of Sentiment and Prejudice’: Francis Ysidro Edgeworth on Wage Determination / with Annie Lou Cot / working paper / forthcoming in History of Political Economy / 2021

› [WiP] Setting Rational Wages? Economists’ Arguments in the Comparable Worth Controversy, 1979-1989 / 2019

› [WiP] A History of Wages / with François Allisson / a blogpost on the project is available here / 2018

› [Chapt] Is Equal Pay Worth It? Beatrice Potter Webb, Millicent Garrett Fawcett and Eleanor Rathbone’s Changing Arguments / in K. Madden and R. Dimand (eds.), Handbook of Women’s Economic Thought, London: Routledge / preprint available here / 2019

History of Discriminations, USA, 1960s-1980s

› [Art] “There Is Nothing Wrong About Being Money Grubbing!” Milton Friedman’s Provocative ‘Capitalism and the Jews’ in Context, 1972-1988 / with Nicolas Vallois / forthcoming in History of Political Economy / 2021

› [Chapt] Crossing Boundaries, Displacing Previous Knowledge and Claiming Superiority: Is the Economics of Discrimination a Conquest of Economics Imperialism? / in U. Mäki, M. Fernàndez-Pinto, and A. Walsh (eds.), Scientific Imperialism: Exploring the Boundaries of Interdisciplinarity, London: Routledge / 2018

› [Art] ‘From Warfare to Welfare’: Contextualizing Arrow and Schelling’s Models of Racial Inequalities at RAND (1968-1972) / with Lauren Larrouy / The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought / 2017

› [Art] L’économie des discriminations : conquête impérialiste ou contribution à la théorie des prix? / Œconomia: History| Methodology| Philosophy / 2013

History of the Economics Profession

› [Chapt] ‘Out in the Open’ Controversy: Economists’ Perspectives on the First Gender Reckoning in Economics / with Béatrice Cherrier & John Singleton / in Shelly Lundberg (ed.), Women in Economics, CEPR Press / 2020

› [WP] ‘Economics is Not a Men’s Field’: A History of the American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession / with Béatrice Cherrier & John Singleton / working paper / two related blogposts are available here and here / research mentionned in The Economist / 2020

Methodology / Epistemology

› [Chapt] Quantifier les inégalités entre données d’enquête et données expérimentales: l’évolution du rôle du chercheur dans la construction de la variable “race” / with Léontine Goldzahl and Charlotte Levionnois / in A. Gramain, & L. Feller (eds.), L’évidence et l’invisible: questions de méthodes en histoire et en économie, Paris: Sorbonne University Press / working paper / 2020

› [WP] Rationality and Efficiency: From Experimentation in (Recent) Applied Microe- conomics to Conceptual Issues / with D. Jullien and J. Favereau / GREDEG Working Paper 2013-21 / 2013

› [WP] L’économie des discriminations peut-elle se passer d’une philosophie des discriminations? / CES Working Paper 2012-68 / 2012

Reviews & Essays

› [Essay] Race in the History of Economics: The Missing Narratives? A Review Essay on Thomas Leonard’s Illiberal Reformers: Race, Eugenics & American Economics in the Progressive Era / Œconomia: History| Methodology| Philosophy / 2020

› [BR] Antoine Missemer, Les économistes et la fin des énergies fossiles (1865–1931) / with Guillaume Noblet / The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought / 2019

› [Survey] New Scope, New Sources, New Methods? An Essay on Contemporary Scholarship in History of Economic Thought Journals, 2016-2017 / with Catherine Herfeld and Erich Pinzón-Fuchs / CHOPE Working paper 2018-07 / History of Economic Ideas / 2019

› [BR] Gilbert Facarello, Heinz D. Kurz (eds.), Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis, 3 Volumes / with Harro Maas / The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought / 2018

› [BR] Patricia Fara, A Lab of One’s Own: Science and Suffrage in the First World War. LSE Review of Books / 2018

› [BR] Paul Erickson, Judy L. Klein, Lorraine Daston, Rebecca Lemov, Thomas Sturm, and Michael D. Gordin, How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind. The Strange Career of Cold War Rationality / Revue européenne des sciences sociales / 2016

› [BR] Michel Armatte, La science économique comme ingénierie, Quantification et modélisation / Œconomia: History| Methodology| Philosophy  / 2011