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“Rules-based frameworks in historical perspective : Keynes’ and Friedman’s monetary policies versus contemporary policy-rules”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2015 (à paraître).

“Gentlemen prefer liquidity : Evidence from Keynes”, The Journal of History of Economic Thought, 2013, 35(3), pp. 397-422.

“The Interface between History of Economic Thought and Economic Theory. Introduction” History of Economic Ideas, 2012, 20(3), pp. 11-14) (avec H. Igersheim).

“The Great Divide ? : Keynes and Friedman on the employment policy”, Cahiers d’Economie Politique, 2012, 62, pp. 223-51.

“Special cures for special remedies : Involuntary Unemployment in Keynes’ Political Writings”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2011, 35, pp. 785-803.

“Where to draw the line between laissez-faire and planning ? Keynes and Friedman on public and semi-public institutions”, History of Economic Ideas, 2011, 2, pp. 69-96.

« La politique de l’emploi dans les écrits politiques de Keynes (1930-1939) », L’Actualité économique, 2003, vol. 79, n°1-2, pp. 133-146.

“Favereau on radical and pragmatic projects in Keynes’ General Theory : A critical view”, History of Economic Ideas, 2003, vol. 11(2), pp. 75-94 (en collaboration avec C. Brochard).

“The evolution of the concept of involuntary unemployment : from Keynes to the New Keynesians”, History of Economic Ideas, 2001, vol. 9(1), pp. 121-144.


Keynes and Friedman on laissez-faire and planning, Londres : Routledge, 2013.


Burgin A., The Great Persuasion : Reinventing Free Markets since the Great Depression, Harvard University Press, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2013.

“Keynes’s General Theory after Seventy Years », Edited by Dimand, Mundell and Vercelli, Palgrave (2010), History of Economic Ideas, 2011 (3), pp. 199-201.

“Two Hundred Years of Say’s Law. Essays on Economic Theory’s Most Controversial Principle, Edited by S. Kates ”, Edward Elgar (2003), History of Economic Ideas, 2004, vol. 12 (4), pp. 165-167.

“Historical Perspectives on Macroeconomics. Sixty years after the General Theory”, Edited by Ph. Fontaine and A. Jolink, Routledge (1998), History of Economic Ideas, 2000, VII (2), pp. 166-170.


“Why and How Should a Monetary Economy Be Stabilised ? The Forgotten Lessons of Milton Friedman”,Milton Friedman : Contributions to Economics and Public Policy, R. Cord and D. Hammond (eds),Oxford University Press, 2014, à paraître.

“Keynes and Friedman”, The Elgar Companion to Keynes, R. Dimand and H. Hagemann (eds), Elgar, 2015, à paraître.

“Keynes and Unemployment”, The Elgar Companion to Keynes, R. Dimand and H. Hagemann (eds), Elgar, 2015, à paraître.


« Une science de la Justice est-elle possible ? Fourier versus Owen », mimeo BETA, avec Ragip Ege.

“Information, Expectations and Monetary Policy : Keynes’ and Friedman’s complementary lessons for today”, mimeo BETA.

“Which Are These Failures We Should Worry About ? Keynes and Friedman on Coordination in a Monetary Economy”, mimeo BETA.


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