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Alain Marie André Paul BIENAYMÉ

Alain Marie André Paul BIENAYMÉ, French economist in the field of Administration; Industrial Organisation; Technological Change; Industry Studies; Economies of Education. Chairman, Committee General Economics Problems and Business Cycles, Conseil Economics et Social; Trustee, International Council Education Development, New York; Fellow, Institute, Institution Ajijic Sobre Education International, Guadalajara, Mexico; Silver Medal, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France, Paris, 1977.

Background

  • BIENAYMÉ, Alain Marie André Paul was born in 1934 in Toulon, France.

  • Education

    • Dr., Agrégé, Graduate Private Law Paris 1956, 1957, 1964.

    Career

    • Professor of Economics, Dijon University, 1964-1968. Economics Adviser to President Fauré, Ministry Agriculture Education Social Affairs, Assemblée National, 1966-1978. Member, Governing Board, International Institute, Institution Education Planning, Paris, 1969-1976.

      Rapporteur, French Economic Plans. Professor of Economics, Paris IX Dauphine University, France. Member, Conseil Economics et Social, since 1974.

      Editorial Board, Revue Economique, Revue Française de gestion', Revue de l’inst. de previsions economics et financières pour le développement des entreprises (I PECO De Economist).

    Major achievements

    • Chairman, Committee General Economics Problems and Business Cycles, Conseil Economics et Social. Trustee, International Council Education Development, New York. Fellow, Institute, Institution Ajijic Sobre Education International, Guadalajara, Mexico.

      Silver Medal, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France, Paris, 1977.

    Works

    Views

    Research has been conducted in three main fields: 1. I first explored the consequences of new sets of axioms relative to the main economic regulations in our mixed economies. Instead of pure market economies regulated under the assumption of ‘complete competition’, I attempted to derive the main consequences of a full-employment economy on real growth and money supply determination by private demand (1964).

    More recently (1982), a second set of axioms focusses on the competition between markets and organisations in resource allocation processes, its consequence on stagflation, investment decision and business strategies. 2. Next, I focussed on industrial economics, giving evidence of intersectoral transfers of productivity gains (1966, 1977), the growth of business firms (1971,1973), and the competitive constraints facing middle-sized countries (1970, 1983). 3. A third field concerns enquiries and contributions in the international comparative analysis of education systems, using public policy analysis, organisational and economic theory (1976, 1983).

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