Quentin CouixCentre Internationale de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement (CIRED)
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June 2021 - present
Centre Internationale de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement (CIRED)
September 2015 - August 2020
- Teachning Assistant
- Social Protection (1st year Bachelor), Mathematics - Linear Algebra (2nd year Bachelor), Economic Theory - Growth and Crisis (2nd year Bachelor), Microeconomics (2nd year Bachelor), Macroeconomics - Growth (3rd year Bachelor).
This paper investigates the methodology of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen and his conception of economic models as analytical similes. His approach has received little attention from mathematical economists and economic methodologists. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to characterize his perspective and situate it in the broader spectrum of economic m...
This paper provides a synthetic account of Georgescu-Roegen's flow-fund theory, as a contribution to the history of ecological economics. It reconstitutes Georgescu-Roegen's perspective on production, and its relationships with other frameworks, such as the neoclassical production function and input-output tables. The overall purpose is to clearly...
Cette thèse examine les questions méthodologiques soulevées par la prise en compte de la dimension physique du processus économique dans la théorie économique. Pour cela, elle s'intéresse principalement à la conception thermodynamique de l'économie, développée notamment par Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen et Robert Ayres. Plus précisément, cette thèse ét...
This paper provides a theoretical and methodological account of an important controversy between neoclassical resources economics and ecological economics, from the early 1970s to the end of the 1990s. It shows that the assumption of unbounded resources productivity in the work of Solow and Stiglitz, and the related concepts of substitution and tec...
This paper provides a theoretical and methodological account of an important controversy between neoclassical resource economics and ecological economics from the early 1970s to the end of the 1990s. It shows that the assumption of unbounded resource productivity in the work of Solow and Stiglitz–and the related concepts of substitution and technic...