Pierre Jules Eric DEHEZ, economist in the field of General Equilibrium Theory; Microeconomic Theory; Mathematical Methods and Models. Aspirant, Fonds National Beige de la Recherche Scientifique,
1975-1979; Forschungsstipendiat, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdients,
DEHEZ, Pierre Jules Eric was born in 1948 in Gent, Belgium.
Licence et Maitrise University Louvain, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy jointly London School of Economies and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, University Bonn, University de Louvain, 1980.
Research Association, Centre for Operations Research and Econometrics, Belguim, University de Louvain, 1975-1981. Visiting Professor, University Mannheim, 1981. Visiting Assistant Professor, University Illinois, 1981-1982.
Visiting, University de Namur, 1982. Assistant Professor, European University Institute, Institution, Florence, Italy, since 1982.
The general field of interest is economic theory with mathematics used as a language. Special focus is on the relation between microeconomic theory from a non-Walrasian temporary point of view and macroeconomics. Several contributions deal with the effect of (short-run) price rigidities and liquidity constraints on economic activity and, more recently, with price linkages as a factor of stagflation.
Another field of permanent interest is decision-making under uncertainty.