Cyril Hédoin

Cyril Hédoin is a professor of economics at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne. He works on topics at the intersection of economics and philosophy. He is currently writing a book on social and public reason and is working on the challenges liberalism is confronting in the 21st century and the new shape it could take. He also has a Substack, The Archimedean Point, where he blogs on these topics and others.

How Anthony Downs’s Analysis Explains Rational Voters’ Preferences for Populism

In new research, Cyril Hédoin and Alexandre Chirat use the rational-choice theory of economist Anthony Downs to explain how populism rationally arises to challenge established institutions of liberal democracy.

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