Guilhem Lecouteux obtained a PhD in economics from École Polytechnique in 2015, after having graduated from the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan in economics and management. He is currently a teaching assistant at the University of Bristol. His primary research interest is on the problem of how to reconcile normative and behavioural economics, i.e., the normative implications of behavioural findings such as preference incoherence. His research combines game theory, economic methodology, history of economic thought, and philosophy.
The annual Mark Blaug Prize in philosophy and economics is open for submission