Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne, Blaise Pascal Chair Lecture, Hervé Moulin : Ten Lessons on Microeconomic Fairness (1-12/03/2021)

Dear Colleagues,
We have the pleasure to announce the Blaise Pascal Chair Lecture of Hervé Moulin, University of Glasgow and Blaise Pascal Chair, Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne on 

Ten Lessons on Microeconomic Fairness

March, Mon. 1st, Tues. 2nd, Wed. 3rd, Thur. 4th, Fri. 5th

Mon. 8th, Tues. 9th, Wed. 10th, Thur. 11th, Fri. 12th


These Lectures are intended to an advanced audience, including master 2 and doctoral students and researchers. 

Registration is free of charge but mandatory before February 25th. Connection details will be sent by email to registered participants, before the lecture.

You can register by filling the form at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLjpX0MKK7N69U1afhUNM8poy0m3DR_kOd4lir65PPiq84Ug/viewform


We will discuss the recent literature on microeconomic rules of fair division with a focus on:

– the critical discussion of the concepts of fairness developed by microeconomists and mathematicians

– their approximation, proposed and studied by computer scientists, when we allocate truly indivisible objects

– the appeal and limits of the competitive approach to fairness

– the applications of the theoretical results to user-friendly platforms like Spliddit.org

The syllabus is available at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1R8bCAT46IbJ94xPkDVl0fLjd6mUTVzUh/view?usp=sharing