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Rotterdam School of Management
E-humanities group of the KNAW
Erasmus Studio, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Gephi Consortium

Areas(s) Arts and design, Economics, Social Sciences, Humanities
Subject(s) History of economic thought, Sociology of science, Social network analysis, Scientiometrics, data visualization (dataviz), History of science
Spoken languages English, French
Biography & Interests

After an initial training in economics and management (Master), I swtiched to a PhD in History of Economics. Topic: the relationships between economics and biology in the post-war USA. I completed this PhD with a last year spent at the London School of Economics (2007) then at City University London (2008). This PhD let me naturally to a slightly different step: the study of neuroeconomics in a sociological perspective. I conduct this project at the Rotterdam School of Management since Sept 2008, jointly in the Erasmus Centre for Neuroeconomics and the Erasmus Studio. In June 2011, I started the NESSHI project, which is a 3-year European partnership to study the contacts between decision neuroscience and social science, with an emphasis on the collection of empirical material on these contacts. Last but not least, since 2010 I have become a member of the Gephi Consortium: this is the reflection of my intense interest for this software (http://www.gephi.org) and data visualization in general. I always welcome suggestions of collaborations on this topic!

data visualization (dataviz), sociology of science, history of science, neuroeconomics, scientometrics.

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