BiographyHe has a training of engineer ENSPM. He becomes thereafter doctor of physical sciences of the University of Paris. He obtains in 1972 a MBA with the Northwestern University then in 1975 a doctorate in finance, in the same university.
He cofondé and directed the collection Free trade to the university Presses of France.
He is member of the Société of the Mount Pilgrim, of the scientific advice of ALEPS and the Journal of the economists and the human studies.
StandpointIn 1992 it engages against the Traité of Maastricht and signs a call for less bureaucratic Europe.
In a platform of the World dated February 28th, 1997, he denounces the prejudged reduction of the working time to decrease unemployment, measurement-headlight of the project of the Socialist party, which he compares with the remedies preached by the National front: According to Aftalion, by maintaining the idea that work is a food product rare to divide, the policies of reduction of the working time make the set of those which affirm that the expulsion of the immigrants would solve the question of unemployment.
It was hostile with the introduction of the euro.
- Red Alert on America. Return over the maccarthysme , Editions Jean-Claude Lattès, 2006,
- the treason of Rosenberg , Editions Jean-Claude Lattès, 2003,
- Economy of the French revolution , 1987
- Socialism and economy , University Presses of France, 1985
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