Grégoire’s research aims at providing a formal framework embedding macroeconomics within a thermodynamical realm. Economies are complex, open metabolisms perpetually trading energy and matter flows with the environment to sustain themselves and grow in mass and complexity. Crucially though, the environment is finite and endures the entropic pressure that the economies exert on it. Reconceptualizing economies as far-from-equilibrium dissipative structures shall help address the ecological sustainability of economic prosperity and development.
- Keywords: ecological macroeconomics, stock-flow consistency, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, complexity
- Degree: Ph.D. student in economics (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) / MSc in Theoretical Physics, King’s College London / Alumnus of ENS Paris-Saclay and Mines ParisTech
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