Clement Levallois

Social Scientist & Dataviz Explorer
Erasmus University Rotterdam

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Publications

Levallois, Clement. 2010. "Can de-growth be considered a policy option? A historical note on Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen and the Club of Rome." Ecological Economics, 69, 2271-2278.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "One analogy can hide another: Physics and biology in Alchian's "economic natural selection"." History of Political Economy, 41 (1): 163-181.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "One Analogy Can Hide Another: Physics and Biology in Alchian's "Economic Natural Selection"." History of Political Economy, 41 (1): 163-181.

Levallois, Clement. 2008. "Economie et Biologie aux Etats-Unis (1950-1982): L'ambivalence d'une relation.".

Levallois, Clement. 2000. "Why were biological analogies in economics a "bad thing?" Edith Penrose’s battles against social Darwinism and McCarthyism." Science in Context.

Presentations

Levallois, Clement. 2010. "Networks for History of Economic Thought." 2010, February 22. Centre d'études interdisciplinaires Walras Pareto, Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland.

Levallois, Clement. 2010. "Visualizing Interdisciplinarity in Neuroeconomics through Networks." 2010, February 16. Erasmus Studio, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "Visualizing Interdisciplinary in Neuroeconomics through Network Analysis." 2010-02-16. Rotterdam.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "Were Biological Analogies in Economics a Bad Thing? A Micro-History of Edith Penrose during McCathyism." Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society. June 27. Denver, CO, USA.