François Allisson

historian of economic thought

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Welcome! I am a scholar in history of economic thought, and I work at the University of Lausanne, IEP, Centre Walras-Pareto, where I do research and teach. I am also a member of the Rehpere team.

If you do not like to read, you can listen to my current research in the Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar podcast (episode six), conveyed by Scott Scheall, Gerardo Serra, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak. And if you prefer to look at pictures instead of texts, you can also see my current research on a poster. Otherwise, you are free to navigate on this website.

Latest publications:

François Allisson. 2021. «Tugan-Baranovsky and the West», Russian Journal of Economics, 7(1): 19-33.

François Allisson. 2020. «The Role of Nikolay Sieber in Early Russian Marxism», in Vladimir S. Avtonomov and Alexander Ya. Rubinshtein (eds), Ekonomicheskie teorii v prostranstve i vremini, chap. 14: 325–337. St. Petersburg: Aletejja and Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Science.

François Allisson and Antoine Missemer. 2020. «Some Historiographical Tools for the Study of Intellectual Legacies», Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 84: 132–141.

François Allisson, Federico D’Onofrio, Danila Raskov and Leonid Shirokorad. 2020. «Marxism before Marxism: Nikolaj Sieber and the birth of Russian social-democracy», The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 27(2): 298–323.