Marc Fleurbaey

Marc Fleurbaey Marc Fleurbaey (born 11 October 1961) is a French economist, specialized in welfare economics, social choice theory and normative economics. He has been researcher and professor in the United Kingdom, France and the United States since 1994. He is currently Robert E. Kuenne Professor of Economics and Humanistic Studies and Professor of Public Affairs at Princeton University. Amid his contributions to economics and philosophy, Fleurbaey has developed a framework to integrate the notion of responsibility within economic modelling, named "the Economics of Responsibility". Among his public engagements he has been a member of the Stigliz Commission, a principal coordinator for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has just coordinated a new international report, [ the International Panel on Social Progress] which gathered together 300 researchers from different fields within social sciences from philosophy, economics, history, sociology, and others. Among them, we can count three Nobels prize in economics: Amartya Sen, Kenneth Arrow and James Heckman. We can cite also the economist Anthony Atkinson (economist), Manuel Castells (sociologist), Edgar Morin (sociologist and philosopher), Michael Porter (economist), Nancy Fraser (philosopher) and Eldar Shafir (psychologist). Provided by Wikipedia
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Year: 2012
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