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Bernard Guerrien is a French economist and the author of La Théorie des jeux (2002), Dictionnaire d'analyse économique (2002), and La théorie économique néoclassique. macroéconomie, théorie des jeux, tome 2 (1999).
He is the starting force behind the Post-autistic economics movement that began in France.
- Putting an End to the Aggregated Function of Production... Forever?
- Is There Anything Worth Keeping in Standard Microeconomics?
- A Reply to Katzner and Case
- Fama-Shiller, Economic Sciences Prize Committee and the "Efficient Markets Hypothesis"[permanent dead link]
- Efficient Markets Hypothesis: What Are We Talking About?
- Is There Something to Expect from Game Theory?
- Competition and Zero Profit: A Big Mess. On the Inconsistencies of the Neo-classical Theory of Income Distribution
- Guerrien's internet site[permanent dead link]
- Autisme-Economie.org Website of the French students movement for a reform of the teaching in economics (English section)
- Petition that started the PAE movement in 2000
- Post Autistic Network
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