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Jean-Jacques Marcel LAFFONT

Jean-Jacques Marcel LAFFONT, economist in the field of General Economic Theory; Quantitative Economic Methods. David A. Wells Prize, Harvard University; Council, Chairman, European Symposia Committee; Fellow, Econometric Society; Membre, Comité Director de 1’Association Française De Science Economics, Conseil Supérieur des Universities Françaises.

Background

  • LAFFONT, Jean-Jacques Marcel was born in 1947 in Toulouse, France.

  • Education

    • Diplôme Engineering, Paris, 1970. Doctorat Trois-cycle (Mathematics), Paris, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy Harvard University, 1975.

    Career

    • Research Association, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France, Paris, 8. Professor of Economics, Amiens, France, 80. Professor of Economics, University Sciences Sociales, Toulouse, France, since 1980.

      Association Editor, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Economics Letters, Revue d’Economie Politique.

    Major achievements

    • David A. Wells Prize, Harvard University. Council, Chairman, European Symposia Committee. Fellow, Econometric Society.

      Membre, Comité Director de 1’Association Française De Science Economics, Conseil Supérieur des Universities Françaises.

    Views

    Contributions to the theory of incentives, to general equilibrium theory and to the methods of econometrics.

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    Born 1947
    (age 70)