We study individual and collective behaviours, decisions and preferences in various social contexts, using concepts and methods from several disciplinary fields: micro-economics, but also psychology, cognitive sciences, philosophy and sociology. Current fields of applications include : environmental issues, social choice, welfare, subjective well-being and health, mechanisms of decision-making, food, sport, inequalities and discriminations, citizen involvement, trust and ethics, and personal and cultural identity.

We use a wide panel of techniques, from theory (theory of risk, of collective choice and norms, social philosophy,…) to applied methods (econometrics, lab and field experiments,…). For more information, please visit the Research pages.

Our group is also managing numerous national and international grants: go to the Funding section.

Group Leader : Fabrice Etilé