L'ECOLE AUTRICHIENNE DANS LE PANORAMA DE LA PENSEE ECONOMIQUE De sa naissance it la Deuxieme Guerre mondiale
Cahiers d’économie politique / Papers in Political Economy, 2006, issue 51, 27-48
This paper is devoted to the nature, the homogeneity and the evolution of the Austrian school between its emergence in the 1870 and the lauching of the Second World War. We also investigate its status in relation to other currents of thought in economics. The economists associated with this current disagree among themselves as to their distance towards an orthodoxy which is itself in continuous evolution. We will first examine the contribution of Menger and of his immediate disciples. We will then study the contributions of the Austrian economists between the two world wars.
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