Laboratory of Mathematical Economics and Applied Microeconomics
Created in December 2005, the Laboratoire d'économie moderne (Laboratory of Modern Economics) has facilitated the scientific, institutional and geographic convergence, within the Panthéon-Assas University, of researchers whose research areas, close or complementary, can be broken down essentially into three recognisable axes:
- uncertainty and organisation,
- finance and money,
- inequalities and individual welfare.
The research programmes are focused primarily on theories of learning, decision making and games, uncertainty and behavioural patterns behind decisions in risky or uncertain circumstances, institutional and theoretic aspects of a market-funded economy, monetary policy and exchange rate regimes, inequalities connected with the way a labour market works.