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Jean-Paul Fitoussi (19 August 1942 – 15 April 2022
In 2012 was published his book Macroeconomic Theory And Economic Policy: Essays in Honour of Jean-Paul Fitoussi. Edited by Vela Velupillai, it contained contributions from Nobel Prize winning economists Kenneth Arrow, Jean Tirole & Robert Solow as well as Olivier Blanchard & Edmond Malinvaud. In 2014 was published Fruitful Economics, Papers in honor of and by Jean-Paul Fitoussi. The book is divided in five chapters, written respectively by Kenneth Arrow, Joseph Stiglitz, Edmund Phelps, Robert Solow, and Amartya Sen, all of whom worked with Jean Paul Fitoussi at different points in their lives.
From 2000 to 2009 he was an expert at the European Parliament, Commission of Monetary and Economic Affairs. He was also a member of the "Centre for Capitalism and Society" at Columbia University, and a member of the Economic Commission of the Nation since 1997. From 2008 to 2009, he was a member of the UN Commission on the Reform of the International Monetary and Financial System and Coordinator of the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress.
In 2013, Sciences Po, a leading French University, set up a day in celebration of Dr. Fitoussi's career, uniting him with economists Joseph Stiglitz, Edmund Phelps, Kenneth Arrow, Robert Solow and Amartya Sen, to debate on the major "fitoussian" issues: European integration, inequality, well‐being and environmental sustainability, and the European democratic deficit. The event was concluded by speeches from then French Minister of Foreign Affairs
Fitoussi has received the "Association Français de Sciences Économiques Prix" (French Association for Economic Sciences Award), and the "Rossi Award" from the "Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques" (Academy of Moral and Political Sciences). He has been also awarded various honours including the Honorary Deanship of the Faculty of Economics in Strasbourg University, Honoris Causa degree at the
In 2017, he declared his support for Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron. As of September 2020, Fitoussi was a member of the Italian Aspen Institute.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Malinvaud, Edmond (1980). Macroeconomic Rationing of Employment. Malinvaud and Fitoussi, Unemployment in Western Countries.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; ISBN 978-0-631-15557-7.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; ISBN 978-0-19-877363-4.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Varsavsky, Martin .(2003). Economia.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul (2004). La démocratie et le marché. Grasset.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Stiglitz, Joseph(2009), The Ways Out of the Crisis and the Building of a More Cohesive World
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Phelps, Edmund.S; Pissarides, Christopher (2010). After the Crisis, the Way Ahead. Luiss University Press.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; ISBN 978-1-59558-519-6.
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Stiglitz, Joseph(2011), The G20 and recovery and beyond : an agenda for global governance for the twenty-first century
- Fitoussi, Jean-Paul (2013). Le théorème du lampadaire. Les liens qui libèrent.
- ———; Saraceno, Francesco (2008), "Fiscal Discipline as a Social Norm: The European Stability Pact" (PDF), Journal of Public Economic Theory, 10 (6): 1143–1168,
- ——— (1994), "Wage Distribution and Unemployment: The French Experience", JSTOR 2117802
- ———; Le Cacheux, Jacques (1988), "On Macroeconomic Implications of Price Setting in the Open Economy", American Economic Review, 78 (2): 335–340, JSTOR 1818146
- ^ "Addio all'economista Jean-Paul Fitoussi: avrebbe compiuto 80 anni il 19 agosto". La Stampa. 15 April 2022.
- ISBN 978-0-415-32336-9.
- ^ a b "Sciences Po celebrates Jean‐Paul Fitoussi! June 21st | Department of Economics Sciences Po". econ.sciences-po.fr. Archived from the original on 10 June 2013.
- ^ "CV Jean-Paul Fitoussi". www.ofce.sciences-po.fr. Archived from the original on 24 September 2009.
- ^ "L'Appel de quarante économistes : " Pourquoi nous soutenons Emmanuel Macron "". Le Monde.fr. 12 April 2017.
- ^ executive Committee, aspeninstitute.it/