Via Economist’s View :
Edmund Phelps – « What has gone wrong up until now«
Robert Lucas – « The recession is the more immediate problem«
Reinhard Selten – « Regulation of the financial market is important«
Joseph Stiglitz – « Global crisis- Made in America«
Paul Samuelson – « The dynamic moving center«
Toutes les contributions sont intéresssantes et à lire. Je ne suis pas vraiment d’accord avec les recommandations de Selten, en revanche je le suis concernant son message théorique : « The prevailing portrayal of economic behavior in economic theory is based on very strong assumptions of rationality, which are not fulfilled in reality. If economic subjects were completely rational, as defined in economic theory, the markets could be left to their own devices without the risk of development of serious and long-lasting imbalances. But such optimism about stability is unjustified. Economic theory must progress to form a more realistic picture of human behavior. A lot of empirical and experimental research is needed for this purpose« .