Founded in 2001, the French cliometric association is aimed at re-launching cliometrics in France and abroad, that is to say international research on quantitative history structured by economic ...

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Boehnke Jörn, Gay Victor

"The Missing Men: World War I and Female Labor Force Participation", in : Journal of Human Resources, vol. 57, n°4, 2022, pp. 1209-1241.

Boyer Jean-Daniel, Jaoul-Grammare Magali, Rivot Sylvie

"The Debate over Grain in the 1750s. A Cliometric Point of View", in : European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 26, n°4, 2019, pp. 698-737.

De la Croix David, Perrin Faustine

"How Far Can Economic Incentives Explain the French Fertility and Education Transition?", in : European Economic Review, vol. 108, September, 2018, pp. 221-245.

Diebolt Claude, Le Chapelain Charlotte, Menard Audrey-Rose

Neither the Elite, nor the Mass. The Rise of Intermediate Human Capital during the French Industrialization Process", in : Cliometrica, vol. 15, n°1, 2021, pp. 167-202.

Gouverneur Virginie

"A Reexamination of John Stuart Mill’s and William Stanley Jevons’ Analyses of Unpaid Domestic Work: What Prevents Its Inclusion within the Production Boundary?", in : History of Political Economy, vol. 50, n°2, 2018, pp. 345-372.