Beatrice Cherrier is a researcher at CNRS and CY Cergy Paris University. She researches the history of the ‘applied turn’ in economics since the 1970s, with some focus on the history of female applied economists, institutional markers of disciplinary structures such as the JEL codes or the John Bates Clark medal, and the history of applied fields including macroeconomics, public, and urban economics.
Aurélien Saïdi is an associate professor at the Department of Economics at Université Paris Nanterre. His research focuses especially on the macroeconomics of self-fulfilling prophecies and the history of economic thought in the 20th century. He has coauthored several papers with Beatrice Cherrier.
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