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Tyler Cowen

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Tyler Cowen
Économiste

Dates né en 1962
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Tendance Libertarien, école autrichienne
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
Articles internes Liste de tous les articles

Citation « Ce n’est pas de protection dont le cinéma français a besoin, mais de stimulants. Sans stimulation, la forme s’atrophie. Si les européens partent du postulat que leur production cinématographique est trop faible, tout ce qu’ils feront ne pourra jamais qu’ajouter à cette faiblesse.  »
inter lib.org sur Tyler Cowen

Tyler Cowen, né le 21 janvier 1962, est un économiste américain. Il est professeur d'économie à l'Université George Mason à Fairfax (USA) au Centre des Etudes des Politiques Publiques (Center for the Study of Public Choice). Il est également le Directeur du Centre James Buchanan et du Centre Mercatus. Il a été diplômé en économie (B.S.) de l'université George Mason en 1983. En 1987, il obtient son doctorat d'économie à l'université d'Havard après avoir suivi des études de 1985 à 1986 à l'université Albert-Ludwig à Fribourg en Allemagne.

Il a permis également le renouveau de la théorie de la firme par l'école autrichienne en 1997.

Son domaine d'expertise est l'économie de la culture, dans lequel il s'oppose au protectionnisme défendu par les tenants de l'exception culturelle[1].

Il participe au blog Marginal Revolution.

Notes et références

  1. Tyler Cowen, L'État et le cinéma français : Chronique d'une liaison dangereuse, [lire en ligne]

Œuvres

De 1980 à 1989

  • 1980, “Supply-Side Economics: Another View", Policy Report, August, pp57
  • 1981, “A Walk on the Supply-Side”, Libertarian Review, August, pp44-47
  • 1982,
    • a. "Say's Law and Keynesian Economics", In: Supply-Side Economics: A Critical Appraisal, Richard Fink, dir., Frederick, Maryland: University Publications of America, pp160-184
    • b. "Law as a public good: The economics of anarchy", Economics and Philosophy, 8, pp249–267
  • 1985,
    • a. avec Richard Fink, Inconsistent equilibrium constructs: The evenly rotating economy of Mises and Rothbard. American Economic Review vol 75, n°4, pp866–869
    • b. The Marshall Plan: Myths and Realities, in U.S. Aid to the Developing World, Doug Bandow, Dir., Washington: Heritage Foundation, pp61-74
  • 1987, avec R. Krozner, “The Development of the New Monetary Economics,” Journal of Political Economy 95 (3) 1987: 567-590
  • 1988,
    • a. Dir., The Theory of Market Failure: A Critical Examination, George Mason University Press, Fairfax, Virginia
    • b. Public Goods and Externalities: Old and New Perspectives, In: The Theory of Market Failure: A Critical Examination, Tyler Cowen, Dir., Fairfax, Virginia: George Mason University Press, pp1-26
  • 1989,
    • a. "Why Keynesianism Triumphed Or, Could So Many Keynesians Have Been Wrong?", Critical Review, Vol 3, n°3&4, Summer/Fall, pp518-530
    • b. avec Randall Kroszner, "Scottish Banking before 1845: A Model for Laissez-Faire?", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 21 (2), pp221–231

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1991,
    • a. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand: Institutional Structure and Policy Choices, New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • b. What a Non-Paretian Welfare Economics Would Have to Look Like, In: Economics and Hermeneutics, Don Lavoie, Dir., London: Routledge, pp285-298
    • c. Self-Constraint and Self-Liberation, 101, Ethics, pp360-373
    • d. Can Keynesianism Explain the 1930s? Rejoinder to Smiley, Critical Review, Vol 5, n°1, Winter, pp115-120
  • 1992,
    • a. avec Penelope Brook Cowen et Alexander Tabarrok, "An Analysis of Proposals for Constitutional Change in New Zealand", New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • b. "Law as a Public Good", Economics and Philosophy, vol 8, n°2, October, pp249-267
      • repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 15, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • c. avec Derek Parfit, "Against the Social Discount Rate", In: "Justice Across the Generations: Philosophy, Politics, and Society", 6ème série, Peter Laslett et James Fishkin, Dir., Yale University Press, pp144-161
    • d. "Consequentialism Implies a Zero Intergenerational Rate of Discount", In: "Justice Across the Generations: Philosophy, Politics, and Society", sixth series, edited by Peter Laslett and James Fishkin, Yale University Press, pp162-168
    • e. avec Alexander Tabarrok, dir., "The Public Choice Theory of John C. Calhoun", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, n°148, Dec.
    • f. dir., "Public Goods and Market Failures: A Critical Examination", New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction
  • 1993,
    • a. Public Goods and Externalities, In: Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics, David Henderson, dir., New York: Warner Books, pp74-77
    • b. The Scope and Limits of Preference Sovereignty, Economics and Philosophy 9, pp253-69
  • 1994,
    • a. Austrian welfare economics, In: The elgar companion to Austrian economics, Peter Boettke, Dir., Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing Company, pp304-308
    • b. Rejoinder to David Friedman on the Economics of Anarchy, Economics and Philosophy 10, no. 2, October
      • repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 17, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • c. avec Randall Kroszner, The New Monetary Economics, In: Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Peter Boettke, dir, Edward Elgar Press, pp593-598
    • d. avec Randall Kroszner, "Scottish Free Banking," In: The New Palgrave of Money and Finance, Peter Newman, dir.
    • e. Comment on Kotlikoffs Justice and Generational Accounting, In: Justice Across the Generations: What Does it Mean?, Lee M. Cohen, dir., Washington, D.C.: Public Policy Institute, American Association of Retired People, pp.107-108
    • f. Comment on Daniels and McKerlie, In: Justice Across the Generations: What Does it Mean?, Lee M. Cohen, dir., Washington, D.C.: Public Policy Institute, American Association of Retired People, pp.227-235
    • g. Recent Developments in Social Choice Theory, In: The Market Process, Peter Boettke et David Prychitko, dir., Aldershot: Edward Elgar Press, pp215-224
  • 1994, avec A. Glazer et H. McMillan, "Rent Seeking Promotes the Provision of Public Goods", Economics and Politics, 6(2), pp131—146
  • 1996,
    • a. What Do We Learn from the Repugnant Conclusion?, Ethics, 106, no. 4 (July): pp754-775
    • b. "Do Artists Suffer from a Cost-Disease?", Rationality & Society, Vol 8, n°1, Feb, pp5-24
  • 1997,
    • a. Risk and Business Cycles: New and Old Austrian Perspectives, London: Routledge
    • b. avec David Parker, Markets in the Firm: A Market Process Approach to Management, London: The Institute of Economic Affairs
    • c. The Scope and Limits of Preference Sovereignty, In: Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy, Charles K. Wilber, Dir., Rowman and Littlefield Publishers
    • d. Do Economists Use Social Mechanisms to Explain?, In: Social Mechanisms: An Analytical Approach to Social Theory, Peter Hedstrom et Richard Swedberg, Dir., Cambridge University Press, 125-146
    • e. avec Randall Kroszner, A New Monetary Economics Approach to Business Cycles, In: David Glasner et Thomas F. Cooley, Dir, Business Cycles and Depressions: An Encyclopedia, New York: Garland Press, pp487-488
  • 1998,
    • a. "Venture Capitalism: Investment Ideas for Mixed For-Profit, Non-Profit Partnerships," in Building Creative Assets: New Ways for the Entertainment and Not-for-Profit Arts to Work Together. Americans for the Arts, pp99-105
    • b. In Praise of Commercial Culture, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2000, What Price Fame?, Harvard University Press
  • 2001, "The Economics of the Critic," in Conflict of Interest in the Professions, edited by Andrew Stark and Michael Davis, Oxford University Press, pp.237-248
  • 2002,
    • a. "Creative Destruction: How Globalization is Changing the World's Cultures", Princeton University Press
    • b. New Theories of Market Failure, edited with Eric Crampton, Edward Elgar Press
    • c. avec Penelope Brook, "Deregulated Private Water Supply: A Policy Option for Developing Countries." In Reinventing Water and Wastewater Systems: Global Lessons for Improving Water Management, edited by Paul Seidenstat, David Haarmeyer, and Simon Hakim. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 361-382
    • d. Does the Welfare State Help the Poor?, In: Should Differences in Income and Wealth Matter?, Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller Jr. et Paul Jeffrey, dir., New York: Cambridge University Press, 36-54
    • e. Is Our Culture in Decline?, In Toward Liberty: the Idea that is Changing the World, edited by David Boaz. Cato Institute, pp.433-441
    • f. avec Eric Crampton, Dir., Market Failure of Success: The New Debate. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar for The Independent Institute
  • 2004,
    • a. How the United States Supports the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts
    • b. Commerce, Culture, and Diversity: Some Friedmanesque Themes in the Arts, In: Mark A. Wynne, dir., The Legacy of Milton and Rose Friedman’s Free to Choose, Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, pp123-136
    • c. How Do Economists Think About Rationality?, In: Michael Byron, dir., Satisficing and Maximizing, Oxford University Press, pp213-236
    • d. A road map to the Middle East peace?-A Public Choice perspective, Public Choice, Vol. 118, pp1-10
    • e. "The New World of Blogs. Blogs Provide a Universe of Experts on Every Imaginable Topic", The Freeman, Mars, Vol 54, n°3
  • 2005,
    • a. Resolving the Repugnant Conclusion, In: The Repugnant Conclusion: Essays on Population Ethics, edited by J. Ryberg and T. Tannsjo. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 81-98
    • b. avec Daniel Sutter, Conflict, Cooperation and Competition in Anarchy, The Review of Austrian Economics, vol.18, no.1, 109-116
      • Repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 19, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • c. avec Christopher Coyne, Postwar Reconstruction: Some Insights from Public Choice and Institutional Economics, March, Constitutional Political Economy, March, Vol 16, n°1, pp31-48
    • d. Self-Deception as the Root of Political Failure, Public Choice, September, 124, 3-4, 437-451
    • e. "Markets and Culture Voices: Liberty vs. Power in the Lives of the Mexican Amate Painters", Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
  • 2006,
    • a. Good & Plenty: The Creative Successes of American Arts Funding, Princeton University Press
    • b. How Far Back Should We Go?, In: Jon Elster, dir., Retribution and Restitution in the Transition to Democracy since 1945, Cambridge University Press, pp17-32
    • c. Market Failure for the Treatment of Animals, Society, January/February, Vol 43, n°2, pp39-44
  • 2007,
    • a. The Epistemic Problem Does Not Refute Consequentialism, Utilitas
    • b. avec Amihai Glazer, “Esteem and Ignorance,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
    • c. The Paradox of Libertarianism, Cato Unbound (March 11)
    • d. "Discover Your Inner Economist: Use Incentives to Fall in Love, Survive Your Next Meeting, and Motivate Your Dentist", New York, NY: Dutton Adult

Depuis 2010

  • 2011,
    • a. avec Alexander Tabarrok, "Modern Principles of Economics", New York: Worth Publishers (seconde édition)
    • b. "The Great Stagnation", e-reader edn, New York, NY: Dutton

Littérature secondaire

  • 1999, Agnès Festré, commentaire sur le livre de Tyler Cowen, Risk and Business Cycles: New and Old Austrian Perpectives, 1997, London: Routledge, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 6(1): 111-164, avril 1999

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