Historian of economic thought

Junior Professor of Economics at the University of Lorraine (BETA, CNRS). Holder of the Research Chair on the modalities of public intervention.

Book review editor for The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought

Research Interests

I am interested in the history of economic thought and its philosophical foundations.
I am working on a book (proposal) on the normative foundations of the modern theory of public finance, focusing on the twentieth-century American economist Richard A. Musgrave. My work also explores the history of key economic concepts such as public goods, merit goods, horizontal equity, consumers' sovereignty, commons, and homo oeconomicus.

Contact Me

If you are interested in discussing any of the above topics, or if you have any questions about my work, do not hesitate to drop me a line!

Contact me also if you wrote a book on the history of economic thought that you would like to be considered for a review in the EJHET,