Please find here a list of my publications, working papers, and work in progress. If you feel charmed by the titles of any of these papers, please feel free to download them by clicking directly on the link (when available) or by going to my SSRN Author page. If the document is not available, please send me an email and I’ll be happy to share it with you.



Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (forthcoming) “Lawrence R. Klein and the making of macro-econometric modeling, 1938-1955.” History of Political Economy.

Goutsmedt, A., E. Pinzón-Fuchs, M. Renault & F. Sergi (forthcoming) “Reacting to the Lucas Critique: The Keynesians’ Replies” History of Political Economy.

Acosta, J. C. & E. Pinzón-Fuchs (forthcoming) “”Peddling macroeconometric modelling and quantitative policy analysis: the early years of the SSRC’s Committee on Economic Stability, 1959-1963.” Œconomia.

Jacques, T. and E. Pinzón-Fuchs (forthcoming) “La construction d’un système statistique : le cas des statistiques du commerce intérieur en France, de 1945 aux années 1970.” In Agnès Gramain (ed.) L’évident et l’invisible : questions de méthodes en économie et en histoire. Paris, Presses de la Sorbonne


Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2017) “Ph.D. summary: Economics as a ‘tooled’ discipline: Lawrence R. Klein and the making macroeconometric modeling, 1939-1959,” Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 10 (1): 133-136.

Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2017) Economics as a“tooled” discipline: Lawrence R. Klein and the making of macroeconometric modeling, 1939-1959. Doctoral Thesis, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris


Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2016) “Review of Andrés Álvarez and Juan Santiago Correa (eds.) Ideas y políticas económicas en Colombia durante el primer siglo republicano.” Iberian Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 3 (2): 246-248.

Other Publications


The SSRC and the Development of Large-Scale Macroeconometric Models” in ITEMS, April 1, 2019.

PND plantea por primera vez la desigualdad de las mujeres” en, Marzo 27 de 2019.

Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2019) ¿Consolidando la igualdad de género en la agenda política de Colombia? Análisis crítico del “Pacto sobre la igualdad de la mujer”, Publicaciones Centro de Investigaciones para el desarrollo, FCE, Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

Working Papers


Lawrence R. Klein and the Making of Large-Scale Macro-Econometric Modeling, 1938-1955.” Documento CEDE No. 20, March 2018

Macroeconometric Modeling and the SSRC’s Committee on Economic Stability, 1959-1963.” CHOPE Working Papers Series No. 2018-08 (with Juan Acosta).

New Scope, New Sources, New Methods? An Essay on Contemporary Scholarship inHistory of Economic Thought Journals, 2016-2017.” CHOPE Working Papers Series No. 2018-07 (with Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche & Catherine Herfeld).



“Reacting to the Lucas Critique: The Keynesians’ Pragmatic Replies.CES Working Paper, No. 2017.42 (with Aurélien Goutsmedt, Matthieu Renault, and Francesco Sergi)


Macroeconometric modeling as a ‘photographic description of reality’ or as an ‘engine for the discovery of concrete truth’? Methodological debates between two empirical approaches to macroeconomics,” CHOPE Working Papers Series, Sep. 2016, Duke University


Criticizing the Lucas Critique: macroeconometricians’ response to Robert Lucas.” CES Working Paper, No. 2015.59 (with Aurélien Goutsmedt, Matthieu Renault, and Francesco Sergi)


Econometrics as a pluralistic scientific tool for economic planning: on the econometrics of Lawrence R. Klein,CES Working paper No. 2014.80


Work in Progress

  • “Impact Factor Pressures, Scientific Practices, and the Place of Survey Articles in the History of Economics” with Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche & Catherine Herfeld.
  • “Understanding the effects of Journal Impact Factors on the publishing behavior of historians of economics” (with Jimena Hurtado)
  • “Macro-econometric modeling and the SSRC’s Committee on Economic Stability, 1959-1963” for the Symposium organized by OEconomia on “Economics and Public Reason” (with Juan Acosta)
  • “Friedman and Klein on statistical illusions,” Conference Paper (available by request)
  • “Reconciling Keynes and Tinbergen? Lawrence R. Klein and the making of macroeconometrics,” Conference Paper (available by request)