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110: Beatrice Cherrier on the Economics of 'The Wire' and the Beginning of Economics at MIT: Beatrice Cherrier is an assistant professor at the University of Caen, France. Professor Cherrier's research includes the history of postwar economics and how economists’ individual visions combine in collective “styles” of doing economics....

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Beatrice Cherrier is an assistant professor at the University of Caen, France. Professor Cherrier's research includes the history of postwar economics and how economists’ individual visions combine in collective “styles” of doing economics. Her current research project is aimed at understanding the rise of applied economics from the mid-1960s onwards. Beatrice is affiliated with CREM, the Centre for Research in Economics and Management, where she researches alongside social choice theorists. She teaches in a urban studies department, and is experimenting on her students to figure out how to get non-economists interested in the “dismal” science. Professor Cherrier blogs on her personal website beatricecherrier.wordpress.com as well as for the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Check out the links, books and resources mentioned by Professor Cherrier at www.economicrockstar.com/beatricecherrier

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