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Curriculum vitae - Paris School of Economics
JF Laslier Novembre 2015
Jean–François LASLIER
Directeur de Recherche (DRCE) au CNRS
Paris School of Economics – Ecole d’Economie de Paris,
48, boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris, France.
Bâtiment A, bureau 208. Tel : (33) 1 43 13 63 21.
courriel: [email protected] http://sites.google.com/site/jflaslierhomepage/
Curriculum vitae
Né le 23 Septembre 1959.
Marié, quatre enfants.
Formation :
Habilitation à diriger les recherches en Sciences Economiques, 1993. (Second thesis)
Thèse de doctorat en Sciences Economiques (CNAM), 1991. (PhD)
DEA de Mathématiques Appliquées aux Sciences Sociales (Paris-Dauphine), 1984. (Master)
Diplôme de Statisticien-Economiste, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration
Economique (ENSAE), 1984. (Engineering degree.)
Emplois :
De 1984 à 1993 au Département Economie et Gestion du Conservatoire National des Arts et
Métiers à Paris (Laboratoire d'Econométrie) :
– 1984–1992 : Assistant du Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.
– 1992–1993 : Maître de Conférence des Universités (Section 5, Sciences Economiques).
Depuis 1993 : Chercheur au Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) :
– 1993–1998 : THEMA (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
– 1995–1996 : Chercheur invité au California Institute of Technology (Pasadena).
– 1999–2013 : Laboratoire d'Econométrie de l'Ecole Polytechnique.
– depuis 2013: Ecole d’Economie de Paris (UMR CNRS 8545)
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CV académique
Publications :
Activités éditoriales :
Autres responsabilités :
Enseignement :
Conférences et séminaires :
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Publications
[a] Dans des revues scientifiques– Articles in scientific journals
[a57] “Citizens’ Preferences about Voting Rules: Self-Interest, Ideology, and Sincerity” Public
Choice (forthcoming) DOI: 10.1007/s11127-015-0287-2 with André Blais, François Poinas and
Karine Van der Straeten.
[a56] “Bargaining through Approval” (2015) Journal of Mathematical Economics (forthcoming) with
Matias Núñez.
[a55] “The Euro Vote Plus Experiment” (2015) European Union Politics (forthcoming). JeanFrançois Laslier, André Blais, Damien Bol, Sona N. Golder, Philipp Harfst, Laura B.
Stephenson, and Karine Van der Straeten.
[a54] « La question du vote. Expérimentations en laboratoire et In Situ. » (2014) Actualités
Economiques (forthcoming). Herrade Igersheim, Antoinette Baujard, and Jean-François Laslier.
(In French)
[a53] “Stubborn learning” Theory and Decision 79(1): 51–93 (2015),
with Bernard Walliser.
DOI
10.1007/s11238-014-9450-3
[a52] “To vote or to abstain? An experimental test of rational calculus in First Past the Post and PR
elections” Electoral Studies 36: 39–50 (2014). André Blais, Jean–Benoît Pilet, Karine Van der
Straeten, Jean-François Laslier and Maxime Héroux–Legault.
[a51] “Who is favored by evaluative voting: an experiment conducted during the 2012 French
presidential election” (2014) Electoral Studies 34: 131–145. DOI: 10.1016/j.
electstud.2013.11.003. Antoinette Baujard, Herrade Igersheim, Isabelle Lebon, Frédéric Gavrel,
and Jean-François Laslier.
[a50] « Vote par approbation, vote par note : une réponse au commentaire d’Allison et Brisset» Revue
Economique 65(3) : 687–691 (2014). DOI: 10.3917/reco.653.0687. Avec Antoinette Baujard,
Frédéric Gavrel, Herrade Igersheim et Isabelle Lebon. (In French)
[a49] “Preference intensity representation: strategic overstating in large elections” Social Choice and
Welfare 42: 313–340 (2014). DOI 10.1007/s00355-013-0728-0, with Matias Núñez.
[a48] “Optimal apportionment” Journal of Political Economy 121(3): 584–608 (2013), with Yukio
Koriyama, Antonin Macé and Rafael Treibich.
[a47] « Vote par approbation, vote par note : une expérimentation lors des élections présidentielles
françaises du 22 avril 2012» Revue Economique 64(2) : 345–356 (2013) avec Antoinette
Baujard, Frédéric Gavrel, Herrade Igersheim et Isabelle Lebon. (In French)
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[a46] “Vote au Pluriel: How people vote when offered to vote under different rules?” PS: Political
Science and Politics 46 (2), april 2013, pp 324–328, with André Blais and Karine Van der
Straeten.
[a45] “Sorting out mechanical and psychological effects in candidate elections: an appraisal with
experimental data” British Journal of Political Science 43(4): 937– 944 (2013). DOI:
10.1017/S0007123412000579. Karine Van der Straeten, Nicolas Sauger, Jean-François Laslier
and André Blais.
[a44] “An incentive-compatible Condorcet jury theorem” Scandinavian Journal of Economics 115(1),
84–108 (2013), DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9442.2012.01734.x. With Jörgen Weibull.
[a43] “On choosing the alternative with the best median evaluation” Public Choice 153(3): 269–277
(2012). DOI: 10.1007/s11127–011–9792–0
[a42] “Why not proportional” Mathematical Social Sciences 63(2): 90–93 (2012). DOI:
10.1016/j.mathsocsci.2011.10.012
[a41] “Sincere, strategic, and heuristic voting under four election rules: an experimental study” Social
Choice and Welfare 35(3): 435–472 (2010). DOI: 10.1007/s00355–010–0448–7. With André
Blais, Nicolas Sauger and Karine Van der Straeten.
[a40] “Strategic vote choice in one round and two round elections” Political Research Quarterly 20
(10): 1–9 (2010), with André Blais, Simon Labbé-Saint Vincent, Nicolas Sauger and Karine
Van der Straeten.
[a39] “Interpersonal comparison of utility in bargaining: Evidence from a Transcontinental
Ultimatum Game” Theory and Decision 67(4): 341–373 (2009), with Romina Boarini and
Stéphane Robin.
[a38] “The Leader rule: a model of strategic approval voting in a large electorate” Journal of
Theoretical Politics 21(1): 113–136 (2009).
[a37] “A live experiment on approval voting” Experimental Economics 11: 97–105 (2008) doi:
10.1007/s10683–006–9149–6, with Karine Van der Straeten.
[a36] “One Round vs Two Round elections: an experimental study” French Politics 5: 278–286
(2007) with André Blais, Annie Laurent, Nicolas Sauger and Karine Van der Straeten.
[a35] “Euclidean preferences” Journal of Mathematical Economics 43: 87–98 (2007) doi:
10.1016/j.jmateco.2006.09.004 , with Anna Bogomolnaia.
[a34] “Approval voting: three examples” International Journal of Game Theory 35: 27–38 (2006)
with Bhaskar Dutta and Francesco De Sinopoli.
[a33] “Spatial approval voting” Political Analysis 14: 160–185 (2006). doi:10.1093/pan/mpj002.
[a32] “Ambiguity in electoral competition” Economics of Governance 7: 195–210 (2006) doi :
10.1007/s10101–005–0003–7.
[a31] “A reinforcement learning process in extensive form games” International Journal of Game
Theory 33: 219–227 (2005), with Bernard Walliser.
[a30] "Electoral competition under imperfect information" Economic Theory 24: 419–446 (2004) with
Karine Van der Straeten.
[a29] « Vote par assentiment pendant la présidentielle de 2002: analyse d’une expérience » Revue
Française de Science Politique 54 : 99–130 (2004) avec Karine Van der Straeten. (In French)
[a28] « L’homo oeconomicus et l’analyse politique » Cités 19: 133–138 (2004). (In French.)
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[a27] "Analyzing a preference and approval profile" Social Choice and Welfare 20: 229–242 (2003).
[a26] "Voting under ignorance of job skills of unemployed: the overtaxation bias" Journal of Public
Economics 87: 595–626 (2003), with Alain Trannoy and Karine Van der Straeten.
[a25] "How two–party competition treats minorities" Review of Economic Design 7: 297–307 (2002).
[a24] "Distributive politics and electoral competition" Journal of Economic Theory 103: 106–130
(2002), with Nathalie Picard.
[a23] "A behavioral learning process in games" Games and Economic Behavior 37: 340–366 (2001),
with Richard Topol and Bernard Walliser.
[a22] "Consistency between tastes and values: a universalisation approach" Social Choice and
Welfare 17:293–320 (2000) with Nicolas Gravel and Alain Trannoy.
[a21] "k–player additive extension of two–player games, with an application to the Borda electoral
competition" Theory and Decision 48:129–137 (2000) (with Gilbert Laffond and Michel
LeBreton).
[a20] "Interpretation of electoral mixed strategies" Social Choice and Welfare 17: 283–292 (2000).
[a19] "Aggregation of preferences with a variable set of alternatives" Social Choice and Welfare
17:269–282 (2000).
[a18] "Comparison functions and choice correspondences" Social Choice and Welfare 16: 513–532
(1999) with Bhaskar Dutta.
[a17] « La norme majoritaire » Revue Economique 50: 669–698 (1999). (In French)
[a16] "A theorem on two–player symmetric zero–sum games" Journal of Economic Theory 72: 426–
431 (1997), with Gilbert Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a15] "Rank–based choice correspondences" Economic Letters 52: 279–286 (1996).
[a14] "Multivariate analysis of comparison matrices" Multicriteria Decision Analysis 5: 112–126
(1996).
[a13] « Solutions de tournois : un spicilège » Mathématiques, Informatique et Sciences Humaines
133: 7–22 (1996). (In French)
[a12] "Composition–consistent tournament solutions and social choice functions" Social Choice and
Welfare 13: 75–93 (1996), with Gilbert Laffond and Jean Lainé.
[a11] "Social choice mediators" American Economic Review (proc.) 84: 448–543 (1994) with Gilbert
Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a10] "The Copeland value of Condorcet choice correspondences" Discrete Applied Mathematics 55:
273–279 (1994) with Gilbert Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a9] "Condorcet choice correspondences: a set–theoretical comparison" Mathematical Social Sciences
30: 23–35 (1994), with Gilbert Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a8] "The Bipartisan set of a tournament game" Games and Economic Behavior 5: 182–201 (1993),
with Gilbert Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a7] "More on the tournament equilibrium set" Mathématique, Informatique et Sciences Humaines
123: 37–34 (1993), with Gilbert Laffond and Michel Le Breton.
[a6] « L'auto–organisation et le marché » Cahiers d'Economie Politique, 1992, n°20–21, pp. 259–273
avec Gilbert Laffond. (In French)
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[a5] "Slater's winners of a tournament may not be in the Banks set" Social Choice and Welfare 8:
365–369 (1991), with Gilbert Laffond.
[a4] « Rendements croissants et dynamique d'un marché » Economie Appliquée, tome XLII, 1989,
n°3, pp. 63–82 avec Jacques Lesourne. (In French)
[a3] « Diffusion d'informations et évaluations séquentielles » Economie Appliquée, tome XLII, 1989,
n°3, pp. 83–128. (In French.)
[a2] « Développement des entreprises et évolution de la concurrence » Economie Appliquée, tome
XLII, 1989, n°3, pp. 155–170. (In French)
[a1] "Estimation of a Bernoulli parameter: A normative approach to replace the Bayesian one" Theory
and Decision 26: 253–262 (1989).
[b] Ouvrages (auteur) – Books, authored
[b4] Le vote et la règle majoritaire. Analyse mathématique de la politique, Paris: CNRS Editions,
2004, 208 pages. (In French)
[b3]   , Athènes : Patakis, 2001. (In Greek, translation of [b1])
[b2] Tournament Solutions and Majority Voting, (volume 7 in the series Studies in Economic
Theory); Heidelberg, New–York: Springer–Verlag, 1997, 255 pages.
[b1] Probabilités et statistiques, 262 pages, Paris : Dunod, 1987 par Jacqueline Fourastié et Jean–
François Laslier. (In French)
[c] Ouvrages édités – Books, edited
[c5] Voting Experiments. Edited by A. Blais, J.-F. Laslier and K. Van der Straeten. Forthcoming
(2015) Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
[c4] Around the Cambridge Compromise. Special issue edited by J.–F. Laslier, Mathematical Social
Sciences (2012). Amsterdam: Elsevier
[c3] Handbook on Approval Voting. Edited by J.–F. Laslier and M. R. Sanver. Heidelberg: Springer–
Verlag, (2010) 481 pages. ISSN 1614–0311.
[c2] Computational Foundations of Social Choice. Dagstuhl seminar proceedings 10101. Edited by
F. Brandt, V. Conitzer, L. A. Hemaspaandra, J.–F. Laslier and W. S. Zwicker. LZI (2010) ISSN
1862 – 4405.
[c1] Freedom in Economics : New Perspectives in Normative Analysis. Edited by J.–F. Laslier, M.
Fleurbaey, N. Gravel and A. Trannoy, London: Routledge, 1998, 299 pages.
[t] Thèses – Theses
[t2] Solutions de tournois. Monographie rédigée pour l'Habilitation à diriger les recherches en
sciences économiques, Paris : Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, 1992.
[t1] Modèles d'auto–organisation en Economie. Thèse de doctorat en Sciences Economiques, sous la
direction de Jacques Lesourne, Paris : Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, 1991.
[e] Articles dans des ouvrages collectifs – Papers in edited volumes
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[e35] “Patterns of strategic voting in run-off elections” (2015) with Karine Van der Straeten and
André Blais. In Voting Experiments, edited by A. Blais, J.-F. Laslier and K. Van der Straeten
(forthcoming).
[e34] “Individual behavior under evaluative voting: A comparison between laboratory and in situ
experiments” (2015) Herrade Igersheim, Antoinette Baujard, Frédéric Gavrel, Jean-François
Laslier, and Isabelle Lebon. In Voting Experiments, edited by A. Blais, J.-F. Laslier and K. Van
der Straeten (forthcoming).
[e33] “Measuring perceptions of candidate viability in voting experiments” (2015) with Simon
Labbé–Saint Vincent, André Blais, Martial Foucault, Nicolas Sauger and Karine Van der
Straeten. In Voting Experiments, edited by A. Blais, J.-F. Laslier and K. Van der Straeten
(forthcoming).
[e32] “Introduction to the Special Issue: Around the Cambridge Compromise” Mathematical Social
Sciences 63(2): 65–67 (2012). DOI: 10.1016/j.mathsocsci.2012.01.007
[e31] “Strategic Voting in the Laboratory” (2012) in Experimental Political Science, edited by B.
Kittel, W. Luhan, and R. Morton. Palgrave Macmillan. Chapter 5: pp. 95–111. With Nicolas
Sauger, André Blais, and Karine Van der Straeten.
[e30] “And the loser is… Plurality Voting” (2012) in Electoral Systems (D. S. Felsenthal and M.
Machover, eds.) Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 13, pp.327–351.
[e29] “Lessons from in situ experiments during French elections” (2011) in In Situ and Laboratory
Experiments on Electoral Law Reform (B. Dolez, B. Grofman, and A. Laurent, eds.)
Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 5, pp. 90–104.
[e28] “Introduction to the Handbook on Approval Voting” (2010) in Handbook on Approval Voting
(JF Laslier and R. Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 1, pp. 1–12. With Remzi Sanver.
[e27] “The basic Approval Voting game” (2010) in Handbook on Approval Voting (JF Laslier and R.
Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 8, pp. 153–164. With Remzi Sanver.
[e26] “In Silico voting experiments” (2010) in Handbook on Approval Voting (JF Laslier and R.
Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 13, pp. 311–335.
[e25] “Laboratory experiments on approval voting” (2010) in Handbook on Approval Voting (JF
Laslier and R. Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 14, pp. 339–356.
[e24] “Classical electoral competition under approval voting” (2010) in Handbook on Approval
Voting (JF Laslier and R. Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 17, pp. 415–429. With
François Maniquet.
[e23] “Describing society with AV data” (2010) in Handbook on Approval Voting (JF Laslier and R.
Sanver, eds.) Heidelberg: Springer. Chapter 19, pp. 455–468.
[e22] “La perception de la pauvreté et des inégalités. I: Enquêtes d’Opinion” in Leçons de Philosophie
Economique. Tome IV : La pauvreté dans les pays riches, sous la direction de A. Leroux et P.
Livet. Paris : Economica, pp. 209–224 (2009) avec Karine Van der Straeten. (In French.)
[e21] “La perception de la pauvreté et des inégalités. II: Economie Expérimentale” in Leçons de
Philosophie Economique. Tome IV : La pauvreté dans les pays riches, sous la direction de A.
Leroux et P. Livet. Paris : Economica, pp. 225–242 (2009) avec Karine Van der Straeten. (In
French.)
[e20] “L’apprentissage dans les jeux” in Economie et cognition, sous la direction de Bernard
Walliser. Paris: Editions Ophrys, pp.245–262 (2008). (In French.)
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[e19] “The elementary market” in Evolutionary Micro–economics, Jacques Lesourne, André Orléan
and Bernard Walliser, Berlin : Springer (2006), pp. 43–66, with André Orléan. English
translation of [e9].
[e18] “Game situations” in Evolutionary Micro–economics, Jacques Lesourne, André Orléan and
Bernard Walliser, Berlin : Springer (2006), pp. 67–112, with Gisèle Umbhauer and Bernard
Walliser. English translation of [e8].
[e17] “Editorial” Mathematical Social Sciences 50: 1–2 (2005)
[e16] “La rationalité économique” in Leçons de Philosophie Economique. Tome I : Economie
politique et philosophie sociale, sous la direction de A. Leroux et P. Livet, Paris : Economica,
pp.165–181 (2005). (In French.)
[e15] “Party objectives in the `divide a dollar’ electoral competition” in Social Choice and Strategic
Decisions, Essays in Honor of Jeff Banks, edited by D. Austen–Smith and J. Duggan, Springer,
pp. 113–130 (2005).
[e14] “Nouvelle Economie Politique (Analyse économique du vote) ”, Encyclopedia Universalis,
2004. http://www.universalis–edu.com/ corpus2.php? recherche_mode = theme&id_theme =3452 &nref=
C040060. (In French.)
[e13] “Ambiguity in Electoral Competition” in Logic, Game theory and Social choice, proceedings of
the International Conference LGS3, edited by S. Vannucci, Siena University Press, pp. 287–
293 (2003). This is an extended abstract of [a29].
[e12] “Approval voting: an experiment during the French 2002 presidential election”, in Logic,Game
Theory and Social choice, proceedings of the International Conference LGS3, edited by S.
Vannucci, Siena University Press, pp. 294–297 (2003) with Karine Van der Straeten. This is an
extended abstract in English of [c8].
[e11] “The evolutionary analysis of signal games” in Cognitive Economics, edited by Paul Bourgine
and Jean–Pierre Nadal, Heidelberg : Springer, pp. 281–291 (2003).
[e10] “Mathématiques de la décision collective” in MFI’03 Modèles formels de l’interaction, édité
par Adréas Herzig, Brahim Chaib–draa et Philippe Mathieu, Toulouse: Cepadues, pp. 309–312
(2003). (In French.)
[e9] « Le marché élémentaire » dans Leçons de microéconomie évolutionniste, sous la direction de
Jacques Lesourne, André Orléan et Bernard Walliser, Paris : Odile Jacob, pp. 39–62 (2002)
avec André Orléan. (In French.)
[e8] « Les situations de jeu » dans Leçons de microéconomie évolutionniste, sous la direction de
Jacques Lesourne, André Orléan et Bernard Walliser, Paris : Odile Jacob, pp. 63–101 (2002)
avec Gisèle Umbhauer et Bernard Walliser. (In French.)
[e7] « Agents historiens et anticipations rationnelles » in J. Thépot et al. (ed.) Mélanges en l'honneur
de Jacques Lesourne, Paris: Dunod, pp. 408–424 (2000). (In French.)
[e6] "Voting over basic income flat tax schedules: an incomplete information perspective", in
Logic,Game Theory and Social choice, proceedings of the International Conference LGS '99,
édited by H. de Swart, Tilburg University Press, pp. 226–238 (1999) (with Alain Trannoy and
Karine Van der Straeten).
[e5] "Choosing from comparisons: a survey of game–theoretical methods", in Advances in Decision
Analysis, edited by N. Meskens and D. Roubens, Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp.31–46 (1999).
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[e4] "Behavioral learning", in Advances in Self–Organization and Evolutionary Economics, edited by
J. Lesourne and A. Orléan, Paris: Economica, pp 379–396 (1998) with Richard Topol and
Bernard Walliser.
[e3] "A comment on Clemens Puppe's `Individual freedom and social choice’", pp.69–75 in [b3]
(1998) (with Nicolas Gravel and Alain Trannoy).
[e2] "Individual freedom of choice in a social setting”, pp. 76–92 in [b3] (1998) with Nicolas Gravel
and Alain Trannoy.
[e1] "On regular composed tournaments", pp. 359–376 in Machina and Munier (Eds), Models and
Experiments on Risk and Rationality (1993) with Gilbert Laffond and Jean Lainé.
[v] Articles de vulgarisation et divers – Popular Science and varia
[v13] « La science politique comportementale » La lettre de l’EEP, n°18, Juillet 2014.
[v12] EuroVotePlus. An interactive website for the European Parliament elections of May 2014.
http://eurovoteplus.eu. With André Blais, Sona Golder, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van der
Straeten.
[v11] « Impact du mode de scrutin sur les résultats de l’élection présidentielle de 2012 » Le Cercle –
Les Echos, le 30 mai 2013. http://lecercle.lesechos.fr/politique/vie-politique/221173435/impactmode-scrutin-resultats-election-presidentielle-2012. Avec Antoinette Baujard, Frédéric Gavrel,
Herrade Igersheim et Isabelle Lebon.
[v10] VoteForPope. A multilingual interactive website for the election of the Pope in 2013.
http://voteforpope.net. With André Blais and Damien Bol.
[v9] Vote au pluriel. An interactive website for the French presidential election of April 2012.
http://voteaupluriel.org. With André Blais and Karine Van der Straeten.
[v8] The allocation between the EU Member States of the seats in the European Parliament: The
Cambridge Compromise. European Parliament, Policy Department, Constitutional Affairs,
2011. By Geoffrey Grimmett, Friedrich Pukelsheim, Jean–François Laslier, Victoriano Ramírez
González, Richard Rose, Wojciech Słomczyński, Martin Zachariasen, and Karol Życzkowski.
[v7] « Richard McKelvey et la théorie politique » Economie Publique, 15 : 185–189 (2004).
[v6] « Analyse d’un scrutin d’assentiment » Quadrature, 46:5–12 (2002) avec Karine Van der
Straeten.
[v5] « Expérience électorale du vote par assentiment » Pour la Science, juin 2002, p. 13, avec Michel
Balinski, Rida Laraki et Karine Van der Straeten. (In French.)
[v4] « Le Nobel à Amartya Sen, une consécration pour l'économie normative » Le Monde, 3 novembre
1998, avec Marc Fleurbaey, Nicolas Gravel, Philippe Mongin et Alain Trannoy.
[v3] « La Théorie du Choix Social, I Les bases de la théorie » Quadrature, sept–oct 1992, pp. 25–30
(1992).
[v2] « La Théorie du Choix Social, II La théorie des tournois » Quadrature, nov–dec 1992, pp. 29–33
(1992).
[v1] « Musique et Mathématiques » Quadrature, mai–juin 1991, pp. 5–8 (1991).
[w] Documents de travail non publiés – Unpublished working papers
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[w22] “Candidate's Regional Ties and Vote Choice in the 2014 European Parliament Election”
(2015) Philipp Harfst, Damien Bol, André Blais, Sona Golder, Jean-François Laslier, Laura
Stephenson, and Karine Van Der Straeten. (work in progress)
[w21] “Fairness in voting: The tale of Blottos’s lieutenants” (2015) with Alessandra Casella and
Antonin Macé. (work in progress)
[w20] ”Reaching consensus through simultaneous bargaining” (2015) with Carlos Pimienta and
Matias Núñez. (submitted)
[w19] “Addressing the European Union’s democratic deficit: An experimental evaluation of the panEuropean district’s proposal” (2015) Damien Bol, Philipp Harfst, André Blais, Sona Golder,
Jean-François Laslier, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van Der Straeten. (submitted)
[w18] “Opportunism and the evolution of electoral competition” (2015) with Bilge Öztürk.
(submitted)
[w17] “Electoral systems and support for female candidates” (2015) Sona Golder, Laura Stephenson,
Karine Van der Straeten, André Blais, Damien Bol, Philipp Harfst and Jean-François Laslier.
(work in progress)
[w16] “Electoral system and number of candidates: Candidate entry under plurality and majority
runoff” (2014) Damien Bol, André Blais, Jean-François Laslier and Antonin Macé. (submitted)
[w15] “Committee Approval: A rational theory” (2014) with Karine Van der Straeten. (submitted)
[w14] “Committee Approval: An application to the 2011 regional government election in
Zurich” (2014) with Romain Lachat and Karine Van der Straeten. (submitted)
[w13] “How voters use grades in evaluative voting” (2015) with Antoinette Baujard, Frédéric Gavrel,
Herrade Igersheim, and Isabelle Lebon. (submitted)
[w12] “About political polarization in Africa: An experiment on Approval Voting in Benin” (2013)
with Alda Kabre, Karine Van der Straeten and Léonard Wantchekon. (work in progress)
[w11] “Reinforcement learning from comparisons: Three is enough, two is not” (2012) with Benoît
Laslier. (submitted)
[w10] “Heuristic voting under the Alternative Vote” (2010). (submitted)
[w9] “Costless honesty in voting” (2010) with Bhaskar Dutta.
[w8] “A note on median evaluations in single–peaked domains” (2009). (Early version of [a43].)
[w7] “Committee decisions: Optimality and equilibrium” (2008), with Jörgen Weibull. (This is an
enlarged version of: “Incentives for informative voting” (2006) and an even shorter version is
published in [a44]).
[w6] « Analyse économique de la politique : Exercices » (2004). (In French.)
[w5] « Analyse économique de la politique : Précisions historiques » (2004). (In French.)
[w4] « Analyse économique de la politique : Précisions mathématiques » (2004). (In French.)
[w3] « Compte–rendu d’une expérience de vote à l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques » (2002), avec Michel
Balinski et Karine Van der Straeten. (In French.)
[w2] "A note on the ranking of infinite opportunity sets" (1994), document de travail du THEMA.
[w1] "A game–theoretical scoring method for ranking the participants in a tournament" (1991)
document de travail du Laboratoire d'Econométrie du CNAM, with Gilbert Laffond and Michel
Le Breton.
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Activités éditoriales –Editorial activities
Editor–in–chief, Mathematical Social Sciences (Elsevier), since 2005.
Membre de comités éditoriaux – Member of Editorial Boards
Mathématiques et Sciences Humaines (Maison des Sciences de l’Homme)
Measurement : Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives (Lawrence Erlbaum)
Revue de Philosophie Economique (Vuibert)
Social Choice and Welfare (Springer)
Rapporteur extérieur (dans les dernières années) – Refereeing (in recent years)
American Economic Review,
American Journal of Political Sciences,
American Political Science Review,
Annales d’Economie et Statistique,
British Journal of Political Science,
Complexity,
Econometrica,
Economics and Philosophy,
Economic Letters,
Economic Theory,
European Journal of Operation Research,
European Journal of Political Economy,
European Union Politics,
Games and Economic Behavior,
International Economic Review,
International Game Theory Review,
International Journal of Game Theory,
Journal of Economic Psychology,
Journal of Economic Theory,
Journal of Mathematical Economics,
Journal of Mathematical Psychology,
Journal of Political Economy,
Journal of Public Economics,
Journal of the European Economic
Association,
Journal of Theoretical Politics,
Management Science,
Mathematical Logic Quarterly,
Mathematics of Operation Research,
Order,
Public Choice,
Revue Economique,
Social Choice and Welfare,
Social Science Quarterly,
Spanish Economic Review,
Theory and Decision.
Agence Nationale de la Recherche (Fr)
Belgian Science Policy
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
(Fr.)
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
(Fr)
Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique,
and FWO (Belgium)
National Science Fondation (USA)
Polish National Science Centre (Narodowe
Centrum Nauki)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council of Canada
Springer Verlag.
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Autres responsabilités– Other responsabilities
Member of the Council of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare (elected), 2004–2009, 2012–
2017.
Membre nommé au Comité National du CNRS (section 37 : Economie et Gestion) 2012–2016.
Member of the board of advisors, Center for Election Science (2014–).
Directeur du Laboratoire d’Econométrie de l’Ecole Polytechnique (2009–2012).
Président du comité de visite de l’AERES au LAMETA (Montpellier), janvier 2010.
Organisation de colloques et autres manifestations
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June 15–17, 2015, Paris (France).
Organizer of the Workshop on Voting Experiments, Université de Montréal (Canada), March 2829, 2014.
Program committee of the 4th Meeting of ASFEE (French Experimental Economics Association),
June 20–21, 2013, Lyon (France).
Program committee of the 11th Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, August 17–
20, 2012, New Delhi (India).
Organizer of the Comsoc ANR winter meeting, Ecole Polytechnique, January 26, 2012.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 7 (LGS7), July
2011, Bucharest (Romania).
Program Committee Workshop Advances on Approval Voting October 15–16, 2010, Ecole
Polytechnique, Palaiseau (France).
Program Committee Third International Workshop on Computational Social Choice September
13–16, 2010, Dusseldorf (Germany)
Organizer of the Dagstuhl seminar on Computational Foundations of Social Choice, 7–12 May,
2010, Dagsthul, Germany.
Organizer of the Workshop on Choice Theory, Ecole Polytechnique, January 15–16, 2010.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 5 (LGS5), June
2007, Bilbao (Spain).
Scientific committee of the confernece AFSE–JEE on Experimental and Behavioral Economics,
May, 23–25 Lyon (France).
Organisation du workshop « Méthodes Expérimentales dans les Sciences Sociales », IEP Paris,
Janvier 2007.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 4 (LGS4), 22–24
juin 2005, Caen (France).
Scientific committee of the Seventh International Meetings of the Society for Social Choice and
Welfare, July 22–25, 2004, Osaka (Japon).
Journées doctoriales de l’ADRES, 27–28 janvier 2004, Paris.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 3 (LGS3), 11–14
septembre 2003, Sienne (Italie).
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 Scientific committee of the summer school Ecole d’été de Philosophie Economique, Aix–en–
Provence, septembre 2002.
 Scientific committee of the summer school Ecole d’été de Philosophie Economique, Aix–en–
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Scientific committee of the summer school Ecole Thématique d’Economie Cognitive, Porquerolle,
octobre 2001.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 2 (LGS2), 21–24
juin 2001, Saint Petersbourg (Russie).
Scientific committee of the summer school Ecole Thématique d’Economie Cognitive, Berder, mai
2000.
Scientific committee of the conference Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice (LGS1), 13–16
May 1999, Tilburg (Pays–Bas).
Responsable du colloque international « Freedom in Economics » organisé à l’Université de
Cergy–Pontoise en juin 1995.
Relations internationales, résaux, visites
Membre du programme de recherche ANR Cocorico codec – Computation, Communication,
Rationality and Incentives in Collective and Cooperative Decision Making (2015-2019).
Membre du programme de recherche ANR DynaMITE – Dynamic Matching and Interactions (20142017).
Member of the European Program Cost Action IC1205 Computational aspects of Social Choice
(2012–2016). [http://www.illc.uva.nl/COST-IC1205/]
Member of the expert panel on electoral reform of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs (AFCO)
at the European Parliament. (2010; see [f8].)
Membre du programme canadien et européen de recherche Making Electoral Democracy Work
(2009–2016).
Membre du programme de recherche ANR interdisciplinaire COMSOC - Computational Social
Choice (2009-2012).
Membre (« Associated partner ») du programme européen EUROCORES Computational foundations
of Social Choice (2008–2011).
Membre du réseau européen TMR "Coordination et Information", regroupant des laboratoires des
universités de Alicante, Bielefield, Caen et Tel Aviv.
1999–2001: J'étais responsable pour le THEMA d'un réseau de coopération avec les pays de l'ex–
Union Soviétique sur financement de l’INTAS. Le thème de recherche est: "Measurement and
Aggregation of Preferences" et le réseau regroupe d'une part des équipes de Moscou et Saint
Petersbourg, et d'autre part Alicante, Caen, Cergy–Pontoise et Hagen.
Visites:
One week at the University of Glasgow (UK) in August 2014
Short visit at the Stockholm School of Economics (Sweeden) in April 2014.
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Une semaine à l’Université de Montréal (Québec, Canada) en mars 2014.
One week at Washington University (StLouis Miss., USA) in March 2014.
One week at Columbia University (NY, USA) in March 2014.
Dix semaines à l’Université de Montréal (Canada) en mai-juillet 2013.
Une semaine à l’IREEP à Cotonou (Bénin) en mars 2013.
Une semaine à l’Institute for Mathematical Science, National University of Singapore, janvier 2013.
Une semaine à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède) en septembre 2012.
Deux semaines invité de l’IREEP à Cotonou (Bénin) en mai 2012
Courts séjours à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède), à l’université de Warwick (GB) et à
l’université de Toulouse en 2012 et 2013.
Une semaine à l’université de Montréal (Canada) en mai 2011.
Courts séjours à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède) et à l’université de Warwick (GB) et à
l’université de Toulouse en 2011.
Deux semaines à l’IREEP à Cotonou (Bénin) en mars 2011.
Une semaine à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède) en février 2010.
Une semaine à la Waseda University (Tokyo, Japon) en août 2009.
Deux semaines à l’IREEP à Cotonou (Bénin) en avril 2008, en avril 2009.
Une semaine à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède) en juin 2007.
Une semaine au CORE (Louvain, Belgique) en novembre 2006.
Une semaine à l’université de Warwick (UK) en novembre 2006.
Une semaine à la Stockholm School of Economics (Suède) en novembre 2005.
Une semaine au CORE (Louvain, Belgique) en mai 2000.
Un mois à l'Indian Statistical Institute (New Dehli, Inde) en janvier 1998.
Une année au California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, USA) en 1995–96.
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Enseignement – Teaching
1984–1992 : enseignements d’Economie générale, de Mathématiques et de Statistiques au
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.
2003–2013 : enseignements d’Economie à l’Ecole polytechnique.
Depuis 1992 : enseignements de troisième cycle d’Economie Normative et de Théorie des Jeux dans
différentes formations doctorales (Universités de Cergy–Pontoise et Nanterre, Ecole
polytechnique, EHESS et Ecole Normale Supérieure).
Cours et séminaires :
Théorie des Choix Collectifs en Démocratie : Ecole d’Economie de Paris (Paris School of
Economics). Dans le DEA “Analyse et Politique Economique” (Ecole polytechnique, ENSAE,
ENS, EHESS, HEC) et dans le DEA d’Economie de l’Environnement et des Ressources
Naturelles (ENGREF, INAPG, Ecole polytechnique, etc.), depuis 2002. This class taught in
French or in English; in collaboration with Karine Van der Straeten from 2004 to 2009, and
with Eduardo Perez from 2010 to 2012.
Economics and Psychology Seminar : University of Paris 1, Paris School of Economics. 2014–,
seminar organized with Fabrice LeLec, Louis Lévy-Garboua and Daniel Martin.
Public Economics : Ecole polytechnique (Master level), 2006–2013.
Political Economics : Master “Evaluation of Public Policy”, Ecole polytechnique, Sciences–Po,
ENSAE, 2008-2013, in collaboration with Yukyio Koryama.
Economie Publique : Master en Economie Publique et Statistique Appliquée (MEPSA) of the Institut
de Recherche Empirique en Economie Politique (IREEP) at Cotonou, Bénin, 2008, 2009, 2012,
2013.
Modal d’Economie : Cours en petits effectifs d’initiation à la recherche, Polytechnique 2ième année,
2012, 2013.
Economie expérimentale : une séance/an dans le cours d’Economie expérimentale du master APE,
2007, 2008, 2009.
Economie Normative et Analyse de la Politique : Dans le DEA “Analyse et Politique Economique”,
Ecole polytechnique, ENS, EHESS, 1999–2004 (cours fait en collaboration avec Philippe
Mongin).
Modèles de l’Economie Politique : Dans le DEA "Marchés et Politiques Publiques", Universités de
Cergy–Pontoise et Nanterre, 1999–2000.
Théorie de Jeux et Analyse des Institutions : dans le DEA "Economie des Institutions", Université de
Nanterre, 1997–2004.
Apprentissage dans les Jeux, Groupe de travail de l’ENSAE, 2001–2002 (avec Rida Laraki).
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Les Midis d’Economie et Philosophie, séminaire inter–universitaire, 1995–2002 (co-organisé avec
Philippe Mongin et Isabelle This–Saint-Jean).
Les Midis d’Economie et de Sciences Sociales : questions de méthodes, séminaire inter–universitaire,
2002–2004 (co–organisé avec J. Gautié, P.-C. Pradier et I. This–Saint-Jean).
Séminaire Roy 2004–2005 (avec Michael Visser), 2005–2007 (avec Jean–Christophe Vergnaud).
Direction de thèse – PhD Students
Antonin Macé, Essays in Collective Decision Making, Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole Polytechnique,
soutenue le 30 juin 2014. [Assistant professor at the Aix-Marseille School of Economics, now
research fellow of the CNRS.]
Rafael Treibich, Three Essays in Economics, Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole Polytechnique, soutenue
le 4 juin 2014. [Assistant professor at the University of Southern Denmark.]
Bora Erdamar, A Proposal for the Informational Frameworks in Collective Decision Making, Thèse
d’Economie de l’Ecole Polytechnique et de l’Université Bilgi d’Istamboul (co-direction avec
Remzi Sanver), soutenue le 23 septembre 2013. [Research fellow at the University of
Rochester, USA.]
Julie Tisserond, Three Essays on Microeconomics : Bounded Rationality, Choice Procedures and
Customer Loyalty, Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole Polytechnique, soutenue le 17 décembre 2012.
[Now working in the private sector.]
Matias Núñez, Questions stratégiques en théorie du vote. Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole
Polytechnique, soutenue le 26 novembre 2008. [Now full–time researcher (« chargé de
recherches ») at the CNRS.]
Marie–Anne Valfort, Le vote, entre individualisme et altruisme. Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole
Polytechnique, soutenue le 26 septembre 2007. [Assistant professor (« maître de conférence »)
at the university of Paris I.]
Bilge Ozturk, Essais d’économie évolutionniste. Thèse d’Economie de l’Ecole Polytechnique,
soutenue le 8 juillet 2005. [Assistant professor at Galatasaray University.]
Romina Boarini, Justice distributive : opinions, jugements et choix individuels. Thèse d’Economie de
l’Ecole Polytechnique, soutenue le 20 avril 2004. [Economist at OCDE.]
Participation à des jurys de thèse – PhD and Habilitation defence committees
Matthias Weber, 2015, Universiteit van Amsterdam
François Durand, 2015, Université Pierre et Marie Curie [Informatique]
Claudia Meroni, 2015, Bicocca University (Milan, Italy).
Matias Núñez, 2015, Université de Cergy-Pontoise [HDR]
Mihit Battacharya, 2015, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi
Herrade Igersheim, 2015, Université de Strasbourg [HDR]
Benoit Courtin, 2014, Université de Cergy-Pontoise [HDR]
Ali Ishan Ozkes, 2014, Ecole Polytechnique
Antonin Macé, 2014, Ecole Polytechnique
Rafael Treibich, 2014, Ecole Polytechnique
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Yukio Koriyama, 2013, Université de Toulouse [HDR]
Bora Erdamar, 2013, Ecole Polytechnique et Istanbul Bilgi University
Ðura-Georg Granić, 2013, Universität Konstanz, Germany
Christine Fauvelle-Aymar, 2013, Université de Tour [HDR]
Julie Tisserond, 2012, Ecole Polytechnique
Antoine Roux, 2012, Université de Paris 1
Karine Van der Straeten, 2010, Université de Toulouse [HDR]
Thibault Gajdos, 2010, EHESS [HDR]
Morgane Tanvé, 2009, Université de Paris 1
Joäo Bravo Furtado, 2009, Université Novo de Libonne, Portugal.
Mathieu Martin, 2009, Université de Cergy–Pontoise [HDR]
Matias Núñez, 2008, Ecole Polytechnique
Stéphane Rossignol, 2008, Paris 1 [HDR]
Sylvie Thoron, 2008, EHESS [HDR]
Fabien Lange, 2007, Université de Paris 1 [Informatique]
Marie–Anne Valfort, 2007, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris.
Elodie Brahic, 2006, Université de Montpellier
Alejandro Saporiti, 2006, Queen Mary, University of London
Giuseppe Russo, 2006, EHESS
Valérie Reboud, 2006, Université de Caen
Raphael Soubeyran, 2005, Université d’Aix–Marseille
Abderrahmane Ziad, 2005, Université de Caen [HDR]
Sebastian Bervoets, 2005, Université d’Aix–Marseille
Nicolas Houy, 2005, Université de Paris 1
Bilge Ozturk, 2005, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
Virginie Béhue, 2004, Université de Caen
Romina Boarini, 2004, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
Eric Danan, 2004, Université de Paris 1
Olivier Tercieux, 2003, Université de Paris 1
Abel François, 2003, Université de Paris 1
Jean–Pierre Beaud, 2002, Université de Paris 6 [Mathématiques]
Philippe Mamas, 2001, Université de Paris 1
Fériel Kandil, 2001, Université de Paris 10
Laurent Vidu, 1999, Université de Caen
Philippe De Donder, 1998, Université de Namur
Karim Kilani, 1995, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris.
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Interventions orales – Talks
Conférences internationales
(* Invité. Depuis 2007)
“The tale of Blotto lieutenants” Conference in honor of Hervé Moulin, Marseille, 17-18 september
2015.*
“The language of Political Science” ECPR general conference Roundtable, Montreal (Canada) 26-29
August, 2015.*
“Are Preferences Over Electoral Systems Instrumentally Based?” WIWI-BETA workshop on Voting
Behavior and Social Context, Ottrot, France, 6-7 Juin 2015.
“Electoral systems and support for women candidates” 6th Meeting of ASFEE (French Experimental
Economics Association), June 15–17, 2015, Paris (France).
“Reinforcement learning from comparisions: three is enough, two is not” Workshop on Rating,
Ranking, and Recommendation Systems. Paris School of Economics, 18-20 December 2014.
“Tournament solutions: recent developments” Graphs and Decisions, Luxembourg, 27-29 October
2014.*
“EuroVotePlus: Voting for European representatives?” ECPR conference, Glasgow (Scotland),
September 5, 2014.
“EuroVotePlus: Voting for European representatives?” Annual Meeting of the American Political
Association, Washington (USA), August 30, 2014.
“Voting Experiments” Inter-disciplinary Analysis of Voting Rules Summer School, University of
Caen, 8-12 July 2014.*
“Political Representation” International Meeting of the Computational Social Choice Group keynote
lecture, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (USA), June 23-25, 2014.*
“Committee Approval: A rational theory and an application to the 2011 regional government election
in Zurich” 12th International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Boston
College, Boston (USA), June 18-20, 2014.
“Committee Approval: A rational theory and an application to the 2011 regional government election
in Zurich” D-TEA conference, Paris (France), June 2-4, 2014.
“Electing canton `government’ in Switzerland: a rational voter perspective” MEDW meeting, June 1,
2013, Montreal (Canada).
“Utilitarian and approval voting” Meeting of the COST action Computational Social Choice, April
15-17, 2013, Hertford college, Oxford (UK).*
“Optimal Apportionment” Algorithmic Game Theory and Computational Social Choice, 16 January
2013, National University of Singapore (Singapore).*
“Choice from a tournament” Tutorial at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 15 January 2013,
National University of Singapore (Singapore).*
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“How people vote under different voting rules” Third Murat Sertel conference, 15–16 November
2012, CNAM, Paris (France).*
“Optimal Apportionment” 11th International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare,
17–20 August 2012, Delhi (India).
“Learning from paired comparisons: three is enough” GAMES2012: congress of the Game Theory
Society. July 22–26, 2012, Istanbul (Turkey).
“Experiments on voting rules” Workshop on Networks and Institutions. July 19–20, 2012, Bilkent
University, Ankara (Turkey).*
“The `VoteAuPluriel’ experiment” MEDW meeting, June 1–2, 2012, Barcelona (Spain).*
« Expériences sur les modes de scrutin » Conférence à l’IREEP, Université d’Abomey–Calavi, May
15, 2012, Cotonou (Bénin).*
“Optimal Apportionment” D–TEA conference, 28–30 June 2011 Paris (France).
“Optimal Apportionment” Second Murat Sertel conference, 13–14 May 2011 Istanbul (Turquie).*
“In Silico Voting Experiments” Voting Power and Procedure LSE Workshop July30– August 2,
2010, Château du Baffy, Normandy (France). *
“Costless honesty in voting” 10th International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare,
July 21–24, 2010, Moscow (Russia).*
MEDW Meeting, Université de Montréal, 29–31 May 2010 Montréal (Canada).*
“Approval Voting: Theory and Experiments” Dagstuhl seminar on Computational Foundations of
Social Choice, 7–12 May, 2010, Dagsthul (Germany).*
“Approval Voting: Theory and Experiments” ESF event: Modelling Interaction, Dialog, Social
Choice ,and Vagueness 26–28 March 2010, Amsterdam (Netherlands).*
“Sincere, strategic, and heuristics voting: an experimental study” Mika Widgrén Memorial Workshop
on Rules, Games and Democracy. September 7–9, 2009, Turku (Finland). *
“Voting and Experiments” Logic, Games and Social Choice 6, August 26–29, 2009 University of
Tsukuba, Ibaraki (Japan).*
“Responsibility in a smaller and narrower earth” Panel discussion at the conference Logic, Games
and Social Choice 6, August 26–29, 2009 University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki (Japan).*
“The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Preference Heterogeneity” Waseda Game Theory Workshop.
August 23–25, 2009 Waseda University, Tokyo (Japan).*
“The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Preference Heterogeneity” 31th Bosphorus workshop on
Economic Design. July 4–11, 2009 Göcek (Turkey).*
“Sincere, strategic, and heuristics voting: an experimental study” Conference on Economic Design.
June 22–24, 2009 Maastricht (Netherlands).
“Lessons from Field Experiments during French Elections” Conference Reforming the French
Presidential Election System: Experiments on Electoral Reform June 15, 2009 Paris (France).*
“Sincere, strategic, and heuristics voting: an experimental study” Conference New Developements in
Social Choice and Welfare Theory, in the honor of Maurice Salles. June 10–12, 2009 Caen
(France).
MEDW Meeting, Université de Montréal, 8–12 May 2009 Montréal (Canada).*
“Interpersonal comparisons of utility: evidence from a transcontinental ultimatum game” Indian
Statistical Institute, January 9, 2009, New Delhi (India).*
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“Optimality and Equilibrium for Binary Decision Problems in a Commitee” 27th Arne Ryde
Symposium: Mechanism Design. September 12–13, 2008, Lund (Sweden).*
“Looking for strategic voting: an experimental study of different voting rules” GAMES 2008
Conference, International Meeting of the Game Theory Society, July 13–17, 2008, Evanston,
IL (USA).
“Looking for strategic voting: an experimental study of different voting rules” 9th International
Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, June 19–22, 2008, Montreal (Canada)
“Looking for strategic voting: an experimental study of different voting rules” Public Economics
Day, March 19, 2008, University of Paris 1.*
“Experiments on voting rules: Looking for strategic voting” Workshop on Game Theory, March 7–8,
2008, Milan (Italy). *
“Comparing Voting Rules in a One–dimension Setting : An Experimental Study ” III Workshop on
Social Decisions, November 22–23, 2007, Malaga (Spain). *
“Experimental methods in Political Science”, in the round table on “Reflection on the methods of
Political Science on both sides of the Atlantic”. IX congrès de l’Association Française de
Science Politique, 5–7 september, 2007, Toulouse (France).*
“Incentives for informative voting” Econometric Society European Meeting August 27–31, 2007
Budapest, (Hungary).
“Incentives for informative voting” Logic, Games and Social Choice, June 20–22, 2007 Bilbao
(Spain).
“One Round versus Two Round elections: an experimental study” AFSE–JEE conference, May 23–
25, 2007, Lyon (France)
Séminaires et interventions orales diverses
(depuis 2007)
“Analyzing the EuroVotePlus experiment” Economics seminar, Milano-Bicocca university, Milan
(Italy), October 7, 2015.
“Individual behavior under evaluative voting: A comparison between laboratory and in situ
experiments” Congrès annuel de l’Association Française de Sciences Politiques, Aix-enProvence, le 23 juin 2015.
« Vote et démocratie », Innovatives SHS 2015, Cité des Sciences de La Vilette, Paris, les 16 et 17 juin
2015.
« Les élections et la démocratie », conférence pédagogique en lycée, Ecole Alsacienne, Paris, le 9
mars 2015.
“ Committee Approval: A rational theory and an application to the 2011 regional government election
in Zurich” Economic theorys seminar, University of Glasgow, September 9, 2014.
“ Committee Approval: A rational theory and an application to the 2011 regional government election
in Zurich” Economics seminar, Stockholm School of Economics, April 14, 2014.
“Utilitarian and Approval voting” Political theory seminar, March 18, 2014, Washigton University in
StLouis (USA).
“ Committee Approval: A rational theory and an application to the 2011 regional government election
in Zurich” Political Economy seminar, Columbia University, New York, March 11, 2014.
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“Optimal Apportionment and the European Union” séminaire inter-universitaire SIUTE, 18 février
2014, Lille.
« Quelle est la meilleure façon de voter ?» Emission Autour de la question sur Radio France
Internationale, le 29 novembre 213 avec Caroline Lachowski et Gilles Grancher.
« Démocratie, dictature… et mathématiques » conférence publique au Musée des Arts et Métiers,
Paris, avec Gilles Grancher, le 29 novembre 2013.
« La vérité personnelle dans l’acte de vote » Colloque Décision politique et vérité, 15 novembre
2013, Université de Paris 1, centre Sainte-Barbe.
“About political polarization in Africa: An experiment on Approval Voting in Benin” Applied
Economics seminar, October 7, 2013, Paris School of Economics.
“Utilitarian and Approval voting” Economic theory seminar, June 7, 2013, UQAM, Montréal
(Canada).
“An `In Situ’ experiment on evaluative voting” Lunch talk of the « Chaire de recherche du Canada en
études électorales » and the « Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship», May 15, 2013,
Université de Montréal (Canada).
“Voting by grading” Economic Psychology seminar, April 26, 2013, Université Paris I.
“Electing a committee with approval voting” Workshop on Voting Rules, April 19, 2013, Université
de Cergy-Pontoise.
“Vote au Pluriel: How people vote under different voting rules” Séminaire TOM, February 11, 2013,
Paris School of Economics.
“In Situ and Internet experiments on voting rules” BRIDGE Game Theory Seminar, December 7,
2012, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain).
« La Route et l’école » participation à La nuit des chercheurs, Ecole Polytechnique, 28 septembre
2012.
“A survey of voting experiments” Lunch seminar, Stockholm School of Economics, 24 September
2012.
“Learning from paired comparisons: three is enough” ANR COMSOC workshop Université ParisDauphine, 17–18 septembre 2012.
« Des expériences de vote » Questions de science, atelier éducatif (16–18 ans) de l’association ParisMontagne. Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 17 juillet 2012.
« Vote-au-pluriel, une expérience sur les modes de scrutin » Séminaire de physique général de
l’Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 3 mai 2012.
“Typology of strategic reasoning in two-round elections” COMSOC Workshop, Polytechnique, 26
janvier 2012.
“Optimal Apportionment” séminaire du GATE, Lyon 14 novembre 2011.
“Optimal Apportionment” séminaire Cournot, Strasbourg 14 octobre 2011 .
“In Silico Voting Experiments” COMSOC workshop, Caen, 27 mai 2011.
“Topics on Approval Voting” Hotelling seminar, ENS Cachan, 10 mai 2011.
“The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Preference Heterogeneity” Economic Theory seminar. November
5, 2010 Paris 1.
“The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Preference Heterogeneity” Public Economics Workshop. October
1st, 2010. Toulouse School of Economics.
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“Introduction to Social Choice and Welfare Theories” journée inaugurale du programme COMSOC
de l’ANR, 14 juin 2010, université de Paris–Dauphine.
“Stubborn learning” séminaire TOM, 6 mai 2010, PSE.
“Approval voting: theory and experiment” microeconomics seminar, ETH Zurich (Suisse).
“Rôle social des parties prenantes, représentation et délégation” 11–ième Journée Transport, 20
novembre 2009, ENS Cachan.
“Classical electoral competition under approval voting” Economic seminar. November 18, 2009,
University of Milan.
“Hot Topics in Voting: Theory and Experiments” Advances in Game Theory seminar. September 18,
2009, Ecole Polytechnique.
“Approval Voting: Theory and Experiments” Game Theory seminar. August 31, 2009, Waseda
University, Tokyo (Japan).
“Sincere, Strategic, and Heuristic Voting under Four Election Rules: An Experimental Study”
Economic Theory seminar May 30, 2009, Bilbao (Spain).
“Expériences de vote” séminaire de l’ENEAM, Cotonou (Bénin) le 16 avril 2009.
“Experiments on voting rules: looking for strategic voting” Inter–disciplinary workshop on Social
Choice, Toulouse le 28 novembre 2008.
“In Silico Voting Experiments” Theory Thursdays, Polytechnique le 6 novembre 2008.
“Experiments on voting rules: looking for strategic voting” Séminaire d’Economie du Greqam,
Marseille le 12 novembre 2007.
“Incentives for informative voting” Séminaire de Théorie des Jeux IHP, Paris le 22 octobre 2007.
“Experiments on voting rules” Séminaire d’Economie du GATE, Lyon le 16 octobre 2007.
“Présentation publique des résultats du scrutin expérimental” Illkirch–Grafestaden, le 26 juin 2007.
“Le vote par approbation: théorie et observations” Séminaire d’Economie du BETA, Université Louis
Pasteur, Strasbourg le 26 juin 2007.
“Le vote par approbation: théorie et observations” Journée Mathématiques Discrètes et Sciences
Sociales, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris le 1er juin 2007.
“One–round and two–round elections: an experimental study” Séminaire Economie et Psychologie de
l’Université Paris 1, 23 mars 2007.
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