Lauren Larrouy

Chercheuse associée


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Thèmes de recherche

Game theory - Coordination - Cooperation - Team Reasoning - Cognitive Sciences - Theory Of Mind - Social Ontology - History of Economic Thought - Economic Philosophy.
Agricultural Economics - Agrosocial Paradigm - Agroecology - Peasantry World - agricultural unionism - Permaculture.

Activités / CV

Thèse soutenue en Mai 2021 (Prix de thèse)
Titre de la thèse : "On coordination in non-cooperative game theory : explaining how and why an equilibrium occurs and prevails"
Directeur de thèse : Richard ARENA

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Informations complémentaires

After having completed a doctoral fellowship in Université Côte d’Azur and completed a PhD under the supervision of Pr Richard Arena, I became temporary research assistant in the Institut d’Etude Politiques of Toulouse. After a maternity leave I pursue my work on the history of economic thought and economic philosophy and combines my practical knowledge of agricultural actors and institutions with an academic knowledge in agricultural economics and agricultural unionism.
I am strongly engaged in the support of education in the country side with the creation and the implication in the pedagogic team of an alternative, private and associative school (for children from 3 to 18 years old) and in the creation of the association ATHEB having for purpose to support the human and ecological transition in my living country side.