I am a researcher from the CNRS and, since October 2013, I work at the Paris School of Economics.
 
My main topics of interest are Social Choice, Welfare, Game Theory, and Politics. You can go to the research section of this site to download scientific papers.
 
I am editing the journal Mathematical Social Sciences with my colleague  Christopher Chambers, from San Diego, after doing this with Simon Grant for several years.  
 
Doing research is an opportunity to get to know people all over the world; please meet my favorite co-authors.
 
I teach Public Economics, Political Economy and the Theory of Democratic Choice; see the teaching section of the site.
 
My complete academic CV should be availlable here: CV.
 
My adress is: jean-francois.laslier [at] ens.fr


I suggest that you visit the site EuroVotePlus.eu, to learn how people vote in different European countries for the election at the European Parliament, and to test different rules.


 
Pour les francophones, vous pouvez aussi visitez le site Vote Au Pluriel, qui propose une expérience en ligne à l'occasion de l'élection présidentielle francaise de mai 2012, ou accéder directement au compte-rendu  factuel de l'opération.
Vous pouvez aussi podcaster sur le site de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure un conférence sur des expériences de vote en laboratoire: http://savoirsenmultimedia.ens.fr/expose.php?id=766