Thomas Delcey

Thomas Delcey

Assistant Professor in Economics

Université de Bourgogne, Laboratoire d'Economie de Dijon

About

I am a historian of economics. My research aims at tracing the evolution of economic thought about financial markets through the 20th century. I use qualitative data (content analysis, private and administrative archives, oral history) and, more recently, quantitative data (bibliometric analysis and text mining).

I am currently an assistant professor at the Université of Bourgogne at Dijon. My published research deal with the origins and emergence of financial economics and the concept of market efficiency. I work currently on three projects: (a) my main project is an history of arbitrage, I am also involved in collective projects about (b) green finance regulation in Europe and (c) the economics of science.

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Interests
  • History of financial economics
  • Quantitative history
  • Methodology of Economics
Education
  • Ph.D in economics, 2021

    Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne

  • Master Economie et Sciences Humaines, 2016

    Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne