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Barbaroux Nicolas

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Associate Professor in Economics
Dr rer.pol in Economics (German PhD)


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Tel : (+33) 04-69-66-11-51

Thèse :
"The Concept of Monetary Policy Rule : Lessons from Interwar Practices and Theories in France and Sweden".

Research Fields :

  • Monetary and Banking History of Economic Thought
  • Monetary Policy




  • L’économie comme science et les jugements de valeur politiques. Myrdal et sa thèse initiale de neutralité.", (with M. Bellet), Revue Economique, Vol.68, 2, pp.219-246.
  • Credit and Prices in the New Neoclassical Synthesis (with Alexander Tobon), Economic Thought, 2015, 4 (1), pp. 21-46.
  • Un panorama des différents marchés financiers (with G. Jacoud), 2011, Cahiers Français "Comprendre les Marchés Financiers", Ed : La Documentation Française, N°361(Mars-Avril), 31-34.
  • The Wicksellian Flavour in Macroeconomics, Perfil de Coyuntura Economica, 2008, No. 11, Juillet / Septembre, 155-170.

Book review

  • A review of ’The Political Economy of Gunnar Myrdal : Transcending Dilemmas Post-2008’ by Appelqvist Örjan, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol.38, Issue 3, September 2016.
  • A review of ’The Taylor Rule and the Transformation of Monetary Policy, Journal of History of Economic Thought, Vol.37, Issue 4, December 2015.
  • A comment on ’The Federal Reserve : What Everyone Needs to Know from S. Axilrod (Oxford, 2013), Review of Political Economy.
  • A review on ’States of Credit : Size, Power, and the Development of European Polities, by David Stasavage, 2012, OEconomia, Coll. History, Methodology, Philosophy, Vol. 2- 3, 377-382.
  • A review on ’Les esprits animaux : comment les forces psychologiques mènent la finance et l’économie’ by Shiller/Akerlof, 2013, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, Vol. 24-1, 99-102.


  • Banking Economics, in Bachelor of Economics degree.
  • Introduction to Economics, Lecture in Bachelor of Economics degree.
  • Macroeconomics and Economic Policy, Lecture in Master’s degree.